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AirSWIFT Logo with Slogan.png
IATA ICAO Callsign
Founded2002 (as Island Transvoyager)
HubsNinoy Aquino International Airport (Manila)
Secondary hubsEl Nido Airport
Fleet size4
Parent companyAyala Corporation
HeadquartersALPAP 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.[1] Currently, AirSWIFT has daily flights from El Nido to Manila and Cebu.


AirSWIFT Airlines ATR on approach to El Nido Airport

The company operates El Nido Airport, a private airport at El Nido, Palawan which serves as its hub. As of September 2018, AirSWIFT serves the following destinations within the Philippines:

AirSWIFT Inaugural flight at Mactan–Cebu International Airport
Airport Area Served Notes/References
Basco Airport Basco
Busuanga Airport Busuanga
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
Sicogon Airport Carles


Cabin of the AirSWIFT ATR 42
an AirSWIFT flight attendant serving a passenger

As of August 2017 the AirSWIFT fleet consisted of the following aircraft:[2]

AirSWIFT fleet
Aircraft Total Orders Notes
ATR 42-600 2
ATR 72-600 2
Total 4 -

Airports owned[edit]

AirSWIFT owns and operates the following airports:


  1. ^ "ITI Philippines Rebrands as AirSWIFT". 2015-11-30. Retrieved 2016-02-19.
  2. ^ "Global Airline Guide 2017 (Part Two)". Airliner World (November 2017): 28.
  3. ^ "BusinessMirror - Ayala land to invest P6 billion in new ecotourism project". Archived from the original on 2014-08-08. Retrieved 2014-08-04. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

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