SkyBird Air To Operate Three VIP Dornier 328DBJs

During the Middle East business air show, MEBA, in Dubai, 328 Support Services of Germany will present its latest Dornier 328JET VIP conversion, the new 328DBJ. Three of these Dorniers are destined for a Nigerian charter operator called SkyBird Air, which recently applied for an AOC.

Update: 328 Support Services GmbH has handed over the first of three Dornier 328 jet conversions to Nigerian airline SkyBird Air. The airline, which is the first African customer for 328SSG, accepted the converted 32-seat passenger airliner at the end of February. The conversion and maintenance order, which is worth 14 million Euros in total, will see one airliner conversion and a further two 328DBJ TM s VIP aircraft added to their fleet this year. The newly converted airliner is due to be delivered to Nigeria for the airline’s inaugural operations in May, whilst the VIP models will follow in late summer 2011.



8 responses to “SkyBird Air To Operate Three VIP Dornier 328DBJs”

  1. BUSAYREE BELLO says :

    NICE WORK! pls do post more.

  2. matthew chukwuma says :

    its a welcome development

  3. Mohammed Yahaya says :

    It’s a very welcome development in the Nigerian Aviation Industry, I’ve already applied as an Aircraft engineer and I can’t wait to work with this reputable airline.

  4. Anonymous says :

    please how can i apply for a job there?

  5. afolabi olushola says :

    will like to work with u guyz. i m currently in national aviation academy studying airframe mechanics and aircraft maintenence technology.

  6. Anonymous says :

    let me help say kudos to the man behind the sucess of this great accomplishment today and those who have being loyal to him all the way.we need more men like Mr sam ayodele, a man with a young heart and passionate about his dreams and always amuse me sir,more grese to your elbow and may god continue to bless the good works of your hands…Amen

  7. Edy says :

    I’m a pilot trying together a job at Sky Bird as Pilot. Does anyone know who is the point of contact or the chief Pilot? I fly Gulfstream 3 and Gulfstrem 5. Any help would be greatly appreciated…Thanks

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