Guinea Ecuatorial Airlines

Guinea Equatorial Airlines (GEA) is a domestic charter airline based in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea. Established in 1996, the airline provides crucial air connectivity within the nation, with Malabo International Airport serving as its primary hub. While GEA primarily operates domestic charter flights, it plays an essential role in the transportation infrastructure of Equatorial Guinea. As of February 2015, the airline had a fleet size of 5 aircraft. It is important to note that Guinea Equatorial Airlines is on the list of air carriers banned in the European Union.


Guinea Equatorial Airlines operates domestic charter services within Equatorial Guinea. Its primary hub is located at Malabo International Airport, from which it provides connectivity to various destinations across the nation.


As of February 2015, the Guinea Equatorial Airlines fleet is composed of the following aircraft: 3 Yakovlev Yak-40, 1 Antonov An-72, and 1 Boeing 767-300ER. The Boeing 767-300ER is operated for CEIBA Intercontinental, another airline based in Equatorial Guinea.