Golden Gate Airlines

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Golden Gate Airlines
Founded 1980
Ceased operations 1981
Headquarters Monterey, California, United States
Golden Gate Airlines Dash 7

Golden Gate Airlines was a United States regional airline founded in 1980 in Monterey, California after the merger of Gem State Airlines and Air Pacific (USA) in 1979.[1] It merged again in 1981, this time with Swift Aire Lines, but discontinued service shortly thereafter.[2]

Cities served[edit]

Golden Gate Airlines served the following destinations during its existence. In July 1981 Golden Gate Airlines and merger partner Swift Aire Lines were serving a number of destinations either separately or jointly together.[3][4]


Following the merger of Golden Gate Airlines and Swift Aire, the following turboprop aircraft types were being operated by the combined air carriers: