Gulfstream International Airlines

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In 1988, founded by Thomas L. Cooper, Gulfstream operates initially as an "on-demand" charter airline serving South Florida, Cuba, and the Bahamas.

In 1990 Gulfstream is granted a permit to operate scheduled flights into six additional destinations in the Bahama Islands.

In 2003, service begins to Governor's Harbor, George Town, and Cat Island in the Bahamas, and Jacksonville, Florida.

In 2004, service begins to Gainesville and Tallahassee. Gulfstream introduces Embraer Brasilia aircraft to increase capacity.

In 2005, service begins to Tallahassee from Orlando and Ft. Lauderdale. Gulfstream expands to Pensacola, Fort Walton Beach, and Andros Town.

In 2006 service begins daily to Bimini (BIM) from Miami and Fort Lauderdale.

In 2007 Gulfstream International Airlines becomes a public company.

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Gulfstream International Airlines
3201 Griffin Road 4th Floor
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
United States

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