AirSwift Anyone?

ITI has a new name, and its not Hotdog!

5 December 2015

Charter operator Island Transvoyager, Inc (ITI Air) incorporated in 2002 has officially changed its name to AirSwift after securing regulatory approvals and is now a full blown airline.

The airline, bought by Ayala Capital Corporation in 2012 from its previous owner Andres Soriano Corporation, was incorporated to transport guests from Manila to El Nido’s island beach resort in Palawan, beginning with a fleet of 19-seater Dornier 228-212 turboprops.

The introduction of Ayala Corporation into the company saw its changed its fleet to a much bigger 50-seater ATR 42-500 (c/n 689,RP-C4201) let from Nordic Aviation Capital in 2012. The second ATR (RP-C4200) was added recently to support its growing route network.

The company has ordered 1 ATR 42-600 making it the first airline operator of the newest variant in the Philippines.

SwiftAir regularly flies scheduled flights From Manila to Coron and Balesin. It introduced last week November 26, extension of its El Nido flights to Cebu and vice versa. It intends to add Manila-Sicogon service beginning March 2016.

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