London, October 2012: Gambia Bird Airlines has launched its first Airbus A319. The plane is flying with a unique paint scheme featuring the name and logo of global aviation company A J Walter Aviation. The A319-100 with the registration code D-ASTA will be deployed on the entire Gambia Bird flight network, including routes between West Africa and Europe.
The special AJW livery is positioned over the wings, at the centre of the plane’s fuselage. A pop art-style female figure, which is also part of AJW’s eye-catching corporate identity, is distinctively portrayed reclining on the wings of the plane.
Gambia Bird Airlines is supported by the Germania Group which has a long-term power-by-the-hour contract with A J Walter Aviation. It will commence commercial flights on October 22nd 2012.
A J Walter Aviation
A J Walter Aviation is a world leading specialist in the supply, repair and lease of commercial aircraft spare parts, including services in aircraft engines, aircraft inventory management; power-by-the-hour and pooling support; consignment stock; global 24/7 AOG; component maintenance and overhaul; consumable supplies; logistics and freight management. AJW offices are based in Singapore, Dubai, London and Miami with further inventory hubs across Europe and North America. AJW is celebrating its 80th year of aviation support leadership in 2012. www.ajw-aviation.com
Gambia Bird Airlines
Founded in 2012,Gambia Bird’s mission is to create a new gateway to West Africa by providing comfortable scheduled flights across the region and to Europe that capture the warmth and hospitality of the West African people. Gambia Bird Airlines Ltd is headquartered in Banjul, The Gambia. www.gambiabird.com
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