|Headquarters||Les Abymes, Guadeloupe|
Air Guadeloupe (IATA: OG, ICAO: AGU, Call sign: Air Guadeloupe) was a small international airline with its head office in Les Abymes, Guadeloupe. At one time, it was on the property of Le Raizet Airport. Later it was located in the Immeuble Le Caducet.
The small airline was founded on 21 May 1970 as Société Antillaise de Transport Aérien, SATA to soon become known as Air Guadeloupe. Operations began in 1994 and the CEO was Francois Paneole. In the year 2000 it was merged with Air Martinique, Air Saint Barthélémy, and Air Saint Martin to form Air Caraïbes. 
Historical Destinations Served
- DOM - Dominica, Dominica - Melville Hall Airport
- FDF - Fort De France, Martinique - Martinique Aimé Césaire International Airport
- GBJ - Maria Galante, Guadeloupe - Marie-Galante Airport (or Les Bases Airport)
- DSD - La Désirade, Gaudeloupe - La Désirade Airport (or Grande-Anse Airport)
- LSS - Les Saintes, Guadeloupe - Les Saintes Airport (or Terre-de-Haut Airport)
- PAP - Port-au-Prince, Haiti - Toussaint Louverture International Airport
- SDQ - Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic - Las Américas International Airport
- SFG - Grand-Case, St-Martin - L'Espérance Airport
- SJU - San Juan, Puerto Rico - Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport
- SXM - St Maarten, Netherlands Antilles - Princess Juliana International Airport
South America Destinations
- CAY - Cayenne, French Guiana Rochambeau - Cayenne-Rochambeau Airport
- 2 - de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter configured for Y19 passengers
- 4 - Dornier Do 228-200 configured for Y19 passengers
- 2 - ATR-42-300 configured for Y50 passengers
- 1 - ATR-72-200 configured for Y70 passengers
- 1 - Boeing 737-200 leased from Air Caraibes, in Air Guadeloupe colors
- 21 DEC 1972 - A Twin Otter operated a flight on behalf of Air France from Guadeloupe to St. Maarten, another island in the Caribbean. It crashed at night, near the island of St. Maarten. All 11 passengers and 2 crew members perished.
- 18 NOV 1978 - A Twin Otter struck the water with its left wingtip while flying in a violent squall with a 200–300 feet ceiling. The aircraft crashed and sank in 13m of water. Fifteen fatalities out of 20 occupants (including 1 flight crew). (see external link below)
- "World Airline Directory." Flight International. 26 March 1988. 41. "Head Office: Aéroport du Raizet, 97110 Abymes, Guadeloupe, French West Indies"
- "World Airline Directory." Flight International. 17–23 March 1999. 49. "Immeuble Le Caducet, Morne Vergain, Abymes, 97139, Guadeloupe, French West Indies"
- North American Airlines Handbook published by Airways International Inc 1997
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