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|Founded||23 July 2016 (As Greater Kaleido Airlines), 4 August 2016 (As Air Suzaku)|
|Bases||Sora Naegino Intermicronational Airport|
|Hubs||Sora Naegino Intermicronational Airport|
|Secondary hubs|| Bataclan City Intermicronational Airport|
Clark International Airpot
|Member lounge||Suzaku Lounge|
|Slogan||On the Wings of the Suzaku|
|Parent company|| Government of Greater Kaleido (Majority)|
Kaleido Investments Company (Minority)
|Headquarters||Sora Naegino, Kaleido|
|Key people||Lakan Gat Sandiwa, Director-General|
Air Suzaku, stylized as airSuzaku is the Principal Airline, Low-Cost Airline and Flag Carrier of the Federation of the Greater Kaleido. It operates scheduled domestic and international flights on 42 routes from it's main hub, Sora Naegino Intermicronational Airport, and it's secondary hub, Bataclan City Intermicronational Airport.
The Company is a joint venture of the Government Trust Fund of Greater Kaleido (52%) and the Kaleido Investments Company (48%). It was incorporated on 4 August 2016 and commenced operations on August 7, 2016.
The Airline was founded on June 10, 2016 as the LAT Luna Airlines. It initially served as the flag carrier of the secessionist Federal Republic of Luna. On 23 August 2016, when the FR Luna reintegrated into Greater Kaleido, it became the nation's flag carrier and renamed Greater Kaleido Airlines. The airline was founded as a State-Owned Enterprise of the FR Luna Government, until it became a Private Company when renamed as the Greater Kaleido Airlines.
On August 4, 2016, the airline was re-aquired by the Government and re-branded as a low-cost airline and renamed Air Suzaku.
|Boeing 737-400 (8)||GK-001 -002 -003 -004 -005 -006 -007 -008|
|Boeing 737-500 (3)||GK-009 -010|
|Boeing 737-800 (2)||GK-011 -012|
|Bombardier CRJ-100 (2)||GK-013 -014|
|Bombardier CRJ-200 (4)||GK-015 -016 -017 -018|
|Embraer E-175 (3)||GK-019 -020 -021|
|Embraer E-195 (3)||GK-022 -023 -024|