Asamoah Gyan Private Jet And Baby Jet Airline

Baby Jet Airlines owner
owner of Baby Jet Airlines Limited 

Asamoah Gyan Private Jet And Baby Jet Airline

Asamoah Gyan is a senior player of the Ghanaian national football team popularly
known as the black stars of Ghana-born on the 22nd of November 1985 in Accra,
Greater Accra in Ghana. He is a prolific footballer who plays as a striker and in addition
o that, Gyan wears the captain armband for his national football team. Before we go
into details of Asamoah Gyan’s private Jet, let’s get to know him first.

Asamoah Gyan Private Jet – Baby Jet Airline

Asamoah Gyan made most of his money playing for Al Ain and Shanghai SIPG and that
made him have a stake in the Aviation industry by making him have an airline of his own
and getting a license from the Ghanaian Civil Aviation(GCAA) Authority on October
2017, and was granted an Air Carrier Licence (ACL).

The captain of the Ghanaian national football team remains one of the known
sportsmen in and out of Africa, He has a series of private jets that are active and of a high
standard and he has been successful to have an airline of his own known as Baby Jet
Airlines. He has a net worth of over £20 million and has a fleet of cars and private jets at
his disposal.

Baby Jet Airline

Baby Jet airline recently got an air carrier travel license. Baby Jet will be starting
operation very soon, with the initial service of air cargo transportation before
expanding to passengers. It’s not sure at this moment whether the airline company will
be local or expand to international.

Baby Jet Airlines Limited
Baby Jet Airlines Limited 

Career/Source of Income

Gyan like every other footballer, started his professional career at the young age of 18,
playing with a Ghanaian Premier League club known as Liberty Professionals which
was located in the heart of Ghana in Accra. His debut season was a bang as he netted
10 goals in 16 appearances for the club. After spending a season with Liberty Stars, in
the same year in 2003, he moved to Italy and was snapped by Udinese (an Italian-based club playing in the Serie A).

Gyan was loaned immediately to a low division side in the Italian Seria B, Modena for
him to gain enough match experience, he was loaned for a period of two years from
Udinese and in Modena, which was where he played from 2004-2006, he made a total

match appearance of 39 which resulted in him scoring 11 goals.

His performance for Modena drawn attention to him and made him selected by the
Black Stars head coach for him to play at the 2006 World Cup, after his loan stint with
Modena, Gyan moved to his parent club, Udinese with high hopes and expectations
placed on him by the board and the club supporters. His fine form kept his popularity on
the rise and he was rewarded with a contract extension due to his excellent displays for
the club.

Shortly in 2007, Asamoah Gyang was subject of a transfer to a French club, Rennes
who signed him for €8 million transfer fee on a four-year deal. In his two-year spell with
the French outfit, Gyan played in forty-eight league matches during the two seasons he
spent and scored fourteen times.

Immediately after the FIFA World Cup which was held
in South Africa in the year 2010, Asamoah Gyan was signed by the English Premier League-based side, Sunderland for a club-record fee of £13 million and he was given the squad
number 33. He showed the worth of his big-money move by scoring on his debut
against a fellow English Premier League side, Wigan Athletic on the 11th of September
2010 after coming in as a substitute for England striker, Danny Welbeck.

Gyan continued his good run of form with Sunderland after he made the starting lineup
against West Ham United in the English League Cup. Although they were defeated by
The Hammers, Gyan scored a consolation goal for his side.

His next goal came calling on 23 April as Sunderland beat Wigan Athletic with a full-time
the scoreline of 4-2, the match, however, ended prematurely for the Black stars skipper and
forward as he was substituted as a result of the hamstring injury which he got in the
match. It was expected to see him miss the remainder of his debut season in English
football. Although Asamoah Gyan recovered from the hamstring injury and was fit and
ready in time to play in Sunderland’s last game of the season in London against West
Ham United he didn’t add to his tally finishing his first season in English football with 10
league goals.

In all his stint with Sunderland, Gyan made a total number of 34 match appearances
and scored 10 goals for the English Premier League side.

Asamoah Gyan Private Jet

His success as a forward in top-flight football in England brought in offers from different
teams as many teams were rushing to get his signature with mouthwatering and
enticing deals. But the chosen from among them was the deal proposed by a Dubai
based football club which plays in the top flight of the United Arab Emirates football
league, Al Ain.

In the 2011/2012 season, a loan transfer fee was of £6 million was
arranged by Al Ain and Sunderland, although he was paid for his performances during
During the loan period, Gyan was receiving up to four times of what he earned at Sunderland.


The Ghanaian showed his true color as he finished the season with Al Ain by being the
top goal scorer for his football team and in the league after finishing the season with 22
goals, his performances further helped his team, Al Ain to win a piece of silverware by
making them taste league success.

At the end of that football season, Gyan made his loan deal permanent after he signed a
five-year contract with Al Ain. Precisely on the 6th July 2012, Gyan signed a contract
worth over £6m per season.

After being a full team member for Al Ain, the subsequent football which followed, Gyan
became the top goal scorer in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) league in 2013
season and helped his team to defend and retain the league title for the eleventh time.


After spending 3 years with the Dubai-based club, Al Ain, Gyan expressed his desire to
leave the club. On the 7th of July 2015, Gyan left Al Ain to join Shanghai SIPG, who
happens to be one of the big boys in the Chinese Super League.

It was speculated that Shanghai SIPG signed Gyan from Al Ain for an undisclosed fee. It was further made
known that Asamoah Gyan received a weekly salary of £227,000 (two hundred and
twenty-seven thousand euros) from Shanghai SIPG which instantly made him one of the
highest-paid footballers in Africa and in the world. Presently, he currently plays for
Kayserispor, a club in the Turkish football league.

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