The Venezuelan airline Conviasa announced the commercialization of its SIBO-100 and SIBO-200 aircraft, developed for the transport of parcels, for use in training missions and aerial photography, or as air taxis.
Through its account on the social media network Instagram, the airline offered the aircraft to the commercial sector.
The planes are 100 percent manufactured in Venezuela, with a capacity of two or four passengers, and are offered to the commercial sector.
“We offer you an excellent opportunity to boost your business with the SIBO-100 and SIBO-200 aircraft. Ideal for the transport of parcels, training missions, air taxi and aerial photography. Get them! Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org,” reads the post.
Featured image: SIBO, the new and first in-house Venezuelan aircraft, commercialized by Conviasa. File photo.
Translation: Orinoco Tribune