|G-4 Super Galeb was designated to replace the
earlier G-2A Galeb in basic, advanced and combat training role in Yugoslav Air Force.
Development program started 1973. and first flight of prototype was in July 1978.,
followed by small batch (6 examples) of pre-production aircraft by December 1980. Series
production version flew in prototype form in December 1979. Series production started in
1983. and total delivery quotes to date are
||about ninety examples. From October 1984, G-4 was
operated by Yugoslav Air Force training and fighter-bomber units and, from 1990, by
aerobatic team. In 1991., six examples were delivered to Burma Air Force (Myanmar). A
considerable number of aircraft's, inherited from former Yugoslavia, are currently in
service with Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Air Force.