|Hubs||London Southend Airport|
|Headquarters||Benfleet, United Kingdom|
|Key people||Andy Janes|
In 1987 Andy Janes and his wife Hilary had formed Janes Aviation as a cargo airline at Southend Airport, the company was renamed Emerald Airways in 2005. With new partners and an involvement with EuroManx it started low-cost passenger services. The airline licence was suspended and the company went into liquidation. Andy Janes now without any connection to the failed Emerald Airways re-formed his original company Janes Aviation Limited in October 2006.
On 28 April 2008 the airline was granted a Type A Operating Licence from the United Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority. The airline also hold an Air Operators Certificate No. 2318 to operate the Hawker Siddeley 748.
Janes Aviation AOC is suspended.
The Janes Aviation fleet at May 2008 was:
|Hawker Siddeley 748||2|
- Operating licence Archived 2007-03-11 at the Wayback Machine.
- Civil Aviation Authority Consumer Protection Group Official Record Series 2 Number 1848, 8 May 2008 (ISSN 0306-4654)
- United Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority Aircraft Register