Vincent Aviation

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Vincent Aviation
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Founded 1992
Hubs Wellington International Airport, Darwin International Airport
Fleet size 14
Destinations 3 (Scheduled)
Headquarters Wellington, New Zealand
Key people Peter Vincent (Founder, CEO)
Vincent Aviation aircraft (VH-VAZ) landing at Darwin International Airport

Vincent Aviation is an airline based in Wellington, New Zealand. It operates air charter, freight and subcontract flights with hubs at Wellington International Airport and Darwin International Airport, Australia. It was founded by Peter Vincent in 1992.


Vincent Aviation serves primarily as a charter airline. It operates scheduled passenger services in Australia to Groote Eylandt and Cairns from Darwin, and charter flights to Halls Creek, Bootu Creek, Lombarding and Fortescue.[2] Vincent also does work in Japan, Ireland, Malaysia and Indonesia. For a few months it operated scheduled flights from Darwin to Dili, Timor Leste, but these ceased early in 2012. Airways New Zealand awarded Vincent the contract to provide air capability for the calibration of instrument approach aids throughout New Zealand.

Vincent Aviation's air charter business in New Zealand currently operates one British Aerospace Jetstream 32EP exclusively for LifeFlight based in Wellington on air ambulance duties and a further two Jetstream 32EPs and one British Aerospace Jetstream 31 on charter services throughout New Zealand.


As of August 2013, the Vincent Aviation fleet consists of the following aircraft:

Wellington, New Zealand based fleet

Aircraft Total Passengers Notes
British Aerospace Jetstream 31 1 19
British Aerospace Jetstream 32EP 3 19

Darwin, Australia based fleet

Aircraft Total Passengers
(Economy Class)
Beechcraft 1900C Airliner 2 19
Beechcraft 1900D Airliner 3 19
Saab 340B 4 34
BAe 146-200 1 84 Operates Brisbane to Roma flights


  1. ^ a b Not an ICAO allocation - issued for domestic use by the Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand
  2. ^ (From Route Map)

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