Air Georgian Airlines History

Air Georgian Airlines

Air Georgian Airlines
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Air Georgian Airlines Fleet Air Georgian Airlines History

Air Georgian Airlines Information

Founded 1994
Hubs Toronto Pearson International Airport
Secondary hubs Halifax Stanfield International Airport,
Fleet size 21
Headquarters Mississauga, Ontario
Key people Paul Mulrooney (President) Eric Edmondson EVP

Established: 1994 • Fleet: 6 • Pilots: 150 full time
Certificate: 6886(Licensed to fly US,CN,BERM,CB,MX,PR)

Air Georgian Airlines History

Air Georgian airlines are based in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada and established in 1994. This airline company was formerly known as “Airzena” where it primarily operated chartered flights to China, Egypt and other countries. Later, on October 1, 2004 the Airzena changed its name to “Georgian airlines”.

Air Georgiana airlines have its business relationships with many prominent airline companies globally and it has an agreement with 52 major airlines.  The airlines had fleet of 23 aircrafts where major of them are of CRJ 200, Boeing-737 and CRJ-100 with the present-day air navigation systems and comfort interior ensuring passengers with flight safety and pleasant trip. It operates over 26,000 flights to all the locations across North America carrying passengers about 320,000 annually.

Air Georgian airlines have its maintenance facilities and head office at Toronto’s Pearson International Airport and also have its networks of hubs at  Montreal, Halifax and Calgary to provide services to Air Canada’s scheduled network smaller communities. The Air Georgian offers full range of services that include safe and convenient integrated aircraft services, aircraft maintenance and management.

Air Georgian Airlines Feet

Aircraft Fleet Number Variants Notes
Beechcraft 1900D        
Cessna Citation 1 1 Citation II (Model 550) Beechcraft King Air 350 Beechcraft King Air C90GT

 

Qty. Type (Common Name) Category Seats
2 BE-1900D (COMMUTER) Turboprop Airliner 18
1 CE-550 (CITATION II) Light Jet 7
1 CE-550-B (CITATION BRAVO) Light Jet 7
1 BE-350 (SUPER KING AIR) TurboProp 8
1 BE-C90 (KING AIR) TurboProp 6

Air Georgian Airlines Feet

Canada

  • New Brunswick
    • Fredericton (Fredericton International Airport)
    • Moncton (Greater Moncton International Airport)
    • Saint John (Saint John Airport)
  • Nova Scotia
    • Halifax (Halifax Stanfield International Airport) Hub
    • Sydney (Sydney Airport)
  • Ontario
    • Kingston (Kingston/Norman Rogers Airport)
    • Sarnia (Sarnia (Chris Hadfield) Airport)
    • Toronto (Toronto Pearson International Airport) Hub
  • Prince Edward Island
    • Charlottetown (Charlottetown Airport)
  • Quebec
    • Montreal (Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport) Hub

United States

  • Connecticut
    • Hartford (Bradley International Airport)
  • Michigan
    • Grand Rapids (Gerald R. Ford International Airport)
  • New Hampshire
    • Manchester (Manchester-Boston Regional Airport)
  • New York
    • Albany (Albany International Airport)
    • Rochester (Greater Rochester International Airport)
    • White Plains (Westchester County Airport)
  • Ohio
    • Dayton (Dayton International Airport)
  • Pennsylvania
    • Allentown/Bethlehem (Lehigh Valley International Airport)
    • Harrisburg (Harrisburg International Airport)
  • Rhode Island
    • Providence (T. F. Green Airport)

Air Georgian Airlines Phone Numbers

Air Georgian Ltd.
2450 Derry Road, East
Shell Aerocentre
Mississauga, Ontario
CANADA L5S 1B2

Tel: (905) 676-1221
Fax: (905) 676-1151
24HR: (905) 676-1369

Air Georgian Beech 1900

Air Georgian Beech 1900 Capacity
Passenger 18 passengers plus bags
Cargo 6,560 lb 2,976 kg

 

Air Georgian Beech 1900 Performance U.S. METRIC
Max Cruise Speed 310 mph 500 kph
Certified Ceiling 25,000 ft 7,620 m
Max Range 1,8000 miles 2,900 km

Air Georgian Executives

Paul Mulrooney - President
Eric Edmondson - Vice President - Operations
Penny Lowe - Charter Coordinator