Guai Airways

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Guai International Airways
WAAT
GU
ANACA
GUA
Callsign
GUAI
Founded1934
Commenced operations1934
HubsVai International Airport
Frequent-flyer programTBC
AllianceGeolliance
Fleet sizeTBC
DestinationsTBC
Company sloganTake us through the clouds to the sky!
Parent companyTBC
Traded asGuai
HeadquartersVai International Airport
Key peopleSoroi Mikin, CEO
Websitewww.guaiairways.gu

Snet Tangoi io Guai (SA), traded as Guai, is the flag carrier of Guai. The airline is headquartered in the precinct of Vai International Airport, its hub. Guai is a member of Geolliance.

History

Guai Airways was founded in 1934 by an Act of National Council and registered as Snet Tangoi io Guai (SA) or Air Link to/for Guai. The airline started using propeller aeroplanes to link Guai to its neighbours. Until 1954 and the opening of the present Vai International Airport, it flew from its mains base of Pirindi Airport in Nikin or from Iīv Airport close to Vai (now Iīv Air Force Base).

Guai Airways acquired its first jet aeroplane (a Watanabe W18) in 1958 and started advising itself as Guai International Airways, a stance that remained until 1988 when, changing for a new livery, only Guai was kept on the body. Subsequent liveries have not brought change to that point. The Watanabe W18 enabling quicker rotations and allowed Guai Airways to open new routes to Tarephia and Uletha and its first direct links to the West Coast of the Federal States. Joining the W18 were TBC short-haul jet aeroplanes that enabled the airline to drastically reduce the number of propeller aeroplanes it then had in its fleet.

Promotional poster for Ingerland - 1971

In the late 1970s, with the introduction of the MacDougall Graham DG-70, with a far greater capacity than its predecessors, Guai International Airways greatly expanded its network by opening new direct routes to Northern Uletha and Archanta.

In 1988, the airline was partly privatised, the Guaiian State relinquishing 30% of the total shares mainly to Guaiian banks and hedge funds . A second privatisation was undergone in 1994 making the company officially private, the state keeping only 25%, the rest being either directly traded on the stock market or sold to Guai Airways employees.

Fleet

Maiden flight of Guai Airways 1st W39-b over Guaiian West Coast

Since the mid-1960s, Guai Airways has been quite loyal to Watanabe Aerospace that provides the vast majority of its current fleet.

Destinations

All flights depart from Vai International Airport

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Country Destination Airport Distance
(km)
Duration Operated by
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Auhstrasunoteroflag.svg Aŭstrasuno Tero Aŭstraĉefurbo Eksilita Kompasso Internacia Flughaveno 4880 05:27 W34
AN Flag.png Assembly of Nations Southern Islands Assembly of Nations Airport 3448 03:51 W36 Combi
2band slovech.png Belgravia Slovech Aeroporto Internacional Vira Mesas 4245 04:44 W34
2band brasonia.jpg Brasonia Barra da Grama Aeroporto Internacional de Mirassol 3898 04:21 W34
W36
Campo Verde Aeroporto Internacional de Campo Verde 4100 04:34 W34
Drapeaubro.png Broceliande Troie Aéroport International Prince Guillaume 2582 2:53
Valoris Aéroport International Valoris Maillot 2681 2:59
Flag of Castellan.png Castellán Maguériz Aeroporto Internacional de Maguériz 9534 10:39 W36
W39
Dematísna Flag.png Dematisna Seniqe Matar Seniqe Abriniq Al-Duwali 7871 08:47 W36
W39
Flag of the FSA.svg Federal States Jundah Jundah-Stuart Intercontinental Airport 9911 11:04 W36
W39
Stanton Stanton International Airport 10392 11:36 W36
W39
FreedemianFlag1.png Freedemia Quentinsburgh Sean Bond International Airport 2489 02:46 W34
GobrassanyaFlag01.png Gobrassanya Gobras City Gobras Worldport 10027 11:12 W36
W39
Ingerland-flag.png Ingerland Winburgh Winburgh Sandell International Airport 10989 12:16 W36
Kalm flag.svg Kalm Tarott Tarott-Kemburg International Airport 10402 11:37 W36
Khaiwoon flag.png Khaiwoon Khaiwoon Khaiwoon International Airport 10099 11:17 W36
W39
Latflag.png Latina Cordoba Cordoba Intercontinental 3658 04:05 W34
Delta Delta Airport 3793 04:14 W34
Latina Latina Airport 3859 04:18 W34
W36
Porto Colon Porto Colon Airport 4480 05:00 W34
Leressoflag.png Leresso Aludres Aludres International Airport 1016 01:08 W34
2band lusland.png Luslandia Alcântara Aeroporto Internacional Galeão Jobim 3761 04:12 W34
MauretiaFlag.svg Mauretia Iola Iola International Skyport 8125 09:04 Code-share with Peyan
W36 or W39
Meilan flag.png Meilan Beishan Beishan International Airport 2922 03:15 W34
Meiming Meiming Longkou International Airport 2607 02:54 W34
Flag nalkor kochi.png Nalkor-Kochi Berestraultz Berestraultz Airport 3482 03:53 W34
Sholchûk Solchuk International Airport 3551 03:58 W34
New Ingerland.png New Ingerland Kingsbury Kingsbury International Airport 9715 10:51 W39
Ohemiaflag.PNG Ohemia Corrostance Corrostance Ohemian International Airport 1926 02:09 W34
Stoyobotsa Morany Stoyobotsa International Airport 1563 01:44 W34
ParoyFlag.png Paroy Coleraine Coleraine International Airport 3340 03:43
Trevers Trevers Fletcher International Airport 2881 03:13 W34
PaxtarFlag.png Paxtar Carmeleum Mellispupillam Airport 690 00:46 W34
Laengelem Dirks Field 1671 01:52 W34
Safrisco Frank Trostel International Airport 1141 01:16 W34
TarrasesFlagforMini.png Tárrases Tárrases Aérodromo Internacional Duque José III 5118 5:43 W34
Nat flag ullanne.jpg Ullanyé Etatono Etatono Internacia Flughaveno 3725 04:09 W34
Flag of Valaga.png Valaga Valka Valka International Airport 3240 03:37 W34
Vodeo Flag.png Vodeo Saviso Saviso Bradford Airport 4599 05:08 W34
West kadmar flag.jpg West Kadmar Magenta Magenta Provincial Airport 1114 01:14 W34
W29