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Go Fly Limited

Go Fly was the registered name of a British airline, usually trading as "Go". It was established by British Airways in 1998 to compete in the low-cost European market and subject to a management buyout three years later and bought by Easyjet in 2002. Its main base was at Stansted Airport in Essex, England. Flights formerly operated by Go are now part of the Easyjet network.