Rovos Air
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Rovos Air
Rovos Air
IATA ICAO Callsign
Ceased operations2014
Fleet size2
HeadquartersRandpark Ridge, South Africa

Rovos Air was a charter airline based in Randpark Ridge, South Africa.

Rovos Air DC-3 Delaney named after girl born on board

Rovos Air was established in 2002 by Rohan Vos, the owner of Rovos Rail, the operator of the prestigious Pride of Africa. The company operated tourist traffic between Pretoria and Victoria Falls offering passengers a nostalgic flight in classic aircraft that were fully refurbished and fitted with luxury seats to match the saloon wagon in their train.

In 2009, Rovos Air was sold to TIM Holdings (PTY) LTD. Rovos Air, trading as Gryphon Airlines, now operates MD-83 and DC-9 aircraft providing charter flights in Africa, the Middle East and South Central Asia.

It shut down operations in 2014.


The Rovos Air fleet includes the following aircraft (as of 1 August 2010):[1]


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