GullivAir, headquartered in Sofia, Bulgaria, is an airline that notably marked its presence in the aviation industry despite being relatively new. Established in 2016, it commenced operations in December 2020, showcasing a blend of charter and scheduled services. Originating its journeys with an Airbus A330-200, GullivAir has expanded its wings to diverse destinations, including long-haul flights to the Dominican Republic and the Maldives. With ambitions to grow its fleet and route network, the airline symbolizes a Gulliver’s spirit in the aviation realm, embarking on global explorations and connecting diverse destinations.
GullivAir commenced with ad hoc charter services and quickly embarked on scheduled charters to international destinations such as the Dominican Republic and Maldives from Bulgaria and Romania. Noteworthy destinations include Sofia and Burgas in Bulgaria, Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic, Malé in the Maldives, Bucharest in Romania, Hambantota in Sri Lanka, and Phuket in Thailand. Its services encompass both seasonal charter and scheduled flights, dynamically adapting to varied passenger needs.
The airline operates with an eclectic fleet, exemplified by its utilization of Airbus A330-200 aircraft. As of July 2022, GullivAir’s fleet is constituted of 3 Airbus A330-200s, accommodating varied seating configurations to cater to diverse travel demands. The airline also hinted at plans to introduce additional Airbus A330s and ATR 72 aircraft into its operational spectrum, indicating an ambitious expansion in its horizons.
- IATA: G2
- ICAO: GBG
Official site: gullivair.com