|Founded||2002 (as Island Transvoyager)|
|Hubs||Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Manila)|
|Secondary hubs||El Nido Airport|
|Parent company||Ayala Corporation|
|Headquarters||ALPAP Building, Andrews Avenue, Pasay, Philippines|
AirSWIFT (formerly Island Transvoyager) is a Filipino-owned regional boutique airline company with a permit to operate domestic scheduled and non-scheduled air transportation services. It also serves the aircraft transportation requirements of its affiliated company, El Nido Resorts.
Founded in 2002 as Island Transvoyager, the company had three Dornier 228 aircraft. All of these were retired by early 2013 and replaced by ATR 42-600s. Ayala Capital Corporation acquired ownership of ITI in 2012. In October 2015, Island Transvoyager rebranded as AirSWIFT. Currently, AirSWIFT has daily flights from El Nido to Manila and Cebu.
|Clark International Airport||Angeles|
|El Nido Airport||El Nido||Hub|
|Godofredo P. Ramos Airport||Boracay|
|Mactan–Cebu International Airport||Cebu|
|Ninoy Aquino International Airport||Manila|
As of August 2017 the AirSWIFT fleet consisted of the following aircraft:
AirSWIFT owns and operates the following airports:
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