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|Headquarters||Gobras City, Gobrassanya|
|Area Served ||Worldwide|
|Key People||François Chapardo, Chairman|
'Gobrassian Airlines', commonly referred to as "Gobrassian", is an international airline based in Gobrassanya. Its headquarters, flight hub, training center, and cargo facilities, are located in and around Gobras City.
The airline was founded as Aer Lonowai in 1949, with the financial backing of the Gobrassian government, in order to provide passenger and cargo service to and from the Lonowai Islands. Flights to other underserved districts were added over time, and the airline's international service was launched in 1958 with daily flights between Gobras City and Khaiwoon. The airline was fully privatized in 1966.
An 1971, after struggling for several years, Aer Lonowai was acquired by businessman Jean Chapardo, whose intention was to make it a domestic and international competitor to BrunsAir. Renamed Gobrassian Airlines in 1977, it now serves 14 domestic, and numerous international destinations.
Watanabe 36-C/XR with Gobrassian livery
Gobrassian Destination Ad
|| Athalan, Mopaso (City), Timbanusco, Pellahatchee, Staughley, Santa Carlinia, Gallaton
|| Villa Constitución (AAK), Jeongto (JTS)
|| Ataraxia City (PRS), Léopoldville (LEO), Stanleyville (SVM)
|| Puerto Moreno, Ek-Balam
|| Campo Verde
|| Maguériz, Bàrnia
|| Erilyn City
|| Vai (VIA)
|| Sainðaul Asunahama (SUL), Warohan (WRN)
|| Säntjana, Vasireii
|| Pyingshum, Finkyáse, Jaka
|| Cordoba, Porto Colon, Latina (Ciudad), Topahappan
|| Bend Este-Gran, Rugenia
|| Ahagonara, First Harbor, Ravalin, Valgary City
|| Trevers (TFI)
|| Laengelem, Safrisco
|| Nevensad, Sãikyel City
|| Tomale, Perdió, Coronado, Takorado
|| Jundah-Stuart (JSI)
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Ashaloa, Cēgrakang, Gautig, Gobras City, Kalabag, Laguna (City), Marapura, Ōbaku, Ohineno Island, Ontaro, Ormeo, Puerto Geo, Quesagnais, Samunta
Gobrassian maintains a fleet of 136 aircraft, manufactured by both Watanabe Aerospace and SAI.