328DBJ Wins Certification, Goes on Display at Aircraft Interior Expo

Aviation International News » May 2011
April 29, 2011, 4:50 AM

Just weeks after winning full FAA certification for its 12-seat 328DBJ business jet, 328 Support Services brought a mockup of the aircraft to display at the Aircraft Interiors Expo 2011 in Hamburg, Germany.

The 328DBJ is a Dornier 328Jet the Oberpfaffenhofen-based company reconfigured to serve as an executive aircraft. The main cabin is stretched to 32.8 feet long, 7.05 feet wide and 5.9 feet high and according to 328 Support Services, “can accommodate both a lounge and conference area.” With a redesigned overhead and sidewall panels and slim-line PSUs, “the 328DBJ genuinely feels roomier than the previous Envoy models.”

328 Support Services has delivered the first 328DBJ to a South American customer and is working on two more for European operator SkyBird Air.

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