This article relates to Garetolia.

Air Garetolia

Air Garetolia
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IATA ICAO Callsign
FoundedJanuary 30, 1989; 32 years ago (1989-01-30)
Commenced operationsOctober 6, 1989
Fleet size61
Company sloganFly the islands.
Parent companyGaretolia Group
HeadquartersUle'eka, Western Cona County, Garetolia
Key peopleMaseo Keram'e (CEO)
Employees8,430 (2019)

Air Garetolia (Garetolian: Pomē re'Karātōl'ikī) is the primary airline in Garetolia. It currently is the only airline owned solely by a Garetolian organization. Based in Ule'eka, with its main hub at Ule'eka International Airport, it currently is the largest airline that flies in and out of Port Stanley Airport. Air Garetolia also maintains flights to East Asia, Australasia, Polynesia, the Americas, Europe, and the Middle East.

Of any Garetolian carrier, Air Garetolia has suffered the most losses, with 32 total incidents as of 2021.

Currently, routes to both Chicago and Toronto are being planned, but due to travel restrictions from the Covid-19 pandemic, international operations have been halted.


Map of destinations
  Current routes
  Proposed routes


Destination City Length
Ule'eka International Airport Ule'eka 0 km
Sar'aka Regional Airport Sar'Aka 34 km
Hes'iki Airport Hes'iki 43 km


Destination Location Country Length
Wellington International Airport Wellington  New Zealand 4,481 km
Perth Airport Perth  Australia 9,713 km
Sydney Airport Mascot 6,647 km
Dubai International Airport Dubai  United Arab Emirates 18,677 km
Singapore Changi Airport
12,832 km
Nausori Airport Nausori  Fiji 4,621 km
Indira Gandhi International Airport Palam  India 16,662 km
Shanghai Pudong International Airport Shanghai  China 12,569 km
Incheon International Airport Incheon  South Korea 12,422 km
Haneda Airport Ōta, Tokyo  Japan 11,250 km
Fa'a'ā International Airport Pape’ete  French Polynesia 1,789 km
Daniel K. Inouye International Airport Honolulu United States United States 6,031 km
Hilo International Airport Hilo 5,758 km
Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport Anchorage 10,115 km
Vancouver International Airport [1] Vancouver  Canada 8,696 km
San Francisco International Airport Unincorporated San Mateo County, California United States United States 7,598 km
Los Angeles International Airport Los Angeles 7,305 km
O'Hare International Airport (proposed) O'Hare, Chicago 9,367 km
Toronto Pearson International Airport (proposed) [2] Mississauga and Toronto, Ontario, Canada  Canada 10,038 km
George Bush Intercontinental Airport Houston United States United States 7,958 km
John F. Kennedy International Airport New York City 10,166 km
Boston Logan International Airport Boston 10,466 km
Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport Fort Lauderdale 8,671 km
Lynden Pindling International Airport Nassau  Bahamas 8,802 km
Berlin Brandenburg Airport Schönefeld  Germany 16,514 km
Heathrow Airport Hounslow, London  United Kingdom 15,706 km
Charles de Gaulle Airport Paris France France 15,994 km
Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport Fiumicino  Italy 16,963 km
Ben Gurion Airport[3][4] Central District  Israel 19,064 km
San Cristóbal Airport Puerto Baquerizo Moreno  Ecuador 5,937 km
Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport Pudahuel  Chile 6,246 km
Ministro Pistarini International Airport Ezeiza  Argentina 7,275 km
Port Stanley Airport[5] Stanley  Falkland Islands 6,821 km


  1. "Air Garetolia announces official route to Vancouver; first flight scheduled Friday". Ule'eka News. 7 September 2020. Retrieved 7 September 2020.
  2. "Air Garetolia proposes route to Ontario's capital". Ule'eka News. 12 December 2020. Retrieved 12 December 2020.
  3. "Air Garetolia and Arkia agree on Air Garetolia route to Tel Aviv-Yafo". Sar'aka Stories. 1 December 2020. Retrieved 12 December 2020.
  4. "אייר גרטוליה מכריזה על מסלול לתל אביב-יפו". Tel Aviv News (in עברית). 1 December 2020. Retrieved 12 December 2020.
  5. "Air Garetolia announces route to Falkland Islands". Ule'eka Times. 12 June 2017. Retrieved 14 May 2020.