|AOC #||Canada 5559|
United States SMQF162F
|Hubs||As Air Canada Express:|
Toronto Pearson International Airport
|Frequent-flyer program||Aeroplan (Air Canada)|
|Alliance||Star Alliance (affiliate for Air Canada)|
|Fleet size||15, 15|
|Parent company||Private Equity|
|Headquarters||Shell Aerocentre at Toronto Pearson International Airport|
|Key people||Eric Edmondson (President & CEO)|
Troy Stephens (VP Flight Operations)
Scott Monsen (VP Finance)
Adeeb Haddadi (VP Maintenance)
Air Georgian Limited is a privately owned airline based at Toronto Pearson International Airport in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. Between 200 and 2019 its main business was its operation as Air Canada Express on a Tier III codeshare with Air Canada for scheduled services on domestic and trans-border routes. Starting in 2020 Air Georgian began focusing on air charters and independent regional airline operations. Air Georgian is based at Toronto Pearson International Airport.
Air Georgian operates under the Subparts 704 and 705 of the Canadian Aviation Regulations (CAR 704, CAR 705) and has completed the IATA Operational Safety Audit. Air Georgian is a certified dealer of Pratt & Whitney ADAS systems and is the Canadian Service Centre for the Hawker Premier. Air Georgian pilots are represented by the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA).
Air Georgian began as an airport developer in 1985. It began commercial operations in 1994 and subsequently developed its commercial air carrier business, which as of 2011 represented 87 percent of its total business. In 1997 It became a code share partner of Canadian Airlines, operating under the banner of Ontario Regional. Air Georgian was a partner of Canadian Airlines. In 2000 Air Georgian became a Tier III partner of Air Canada and operated as Air Alliance.
It had a long time cargo operation known as Georgian Express which was sold to Cargojet in 2007.
On November 15, 2013, Air Georgian and Regional 1 completed a joint venture through the creation of a parent company, Regional Express Aviation Ltd. (REAL), based in Calgary, Alberta. Air Georgian and R1 both benefit from having access to the world's largest private fleet of Dash 8 and CRJ aircraft, over CAD$100 million in spare parts and domestic maintenance bases located throughout Canada. The joint venture with R1 ended in February 2016.
In 2019 Air Canada indicated it was ending its relationship with the company as they reduced their Air Canada Express network by 35%. In February 2020, Air Georgian filed notice of intent for bankruptcy protection. On March 16 Air Georgian received court approval to exit bankruptcy protection upon approval of an offer to purchase the company by a private investor through an asset purchase agreement. 
On March 16, 2020, Air Georgian began flying repatriation flights in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. 
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