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Georgia Cavanagh is a spokesperson for Oceanic Airlines in the storyline of the alternate reality game (ARG) Find 815. Cavanagh acted as a spokesperson in a press release by ABC Medianet and the website Flyoceanicair.com. Because this website is operated by ABC, and not by the creative authorities of Lost, the canonicity of this character is uncertain.
On December 28, 2007, a press release appeared on ABC Medianet announcing Oceanic's return to the airways. In this statement, Georgia was named the Oceanic Airlines Contact for more information. Her phone number was (818) 460-5520. When called, her voice could be heard on a voicemail:
Hi, you've reached Georgia Cavanagh at Oceanic Airlines. We've had an unprecedented response to our return to service, and we'll try to get back with you shortly. Please leave your name, number, and the time that you called. In addition, please check out our new website at http://flyoceanicair.com beginning December 31st. Thank you.
As of January 2, 2008, her message was changed to:
Hi, you've reached Georgia Cavanagh at Oceanic Airlines, taking you places you've never imagined. We've had an unprecedented response to our return to service. Please leave your name and number, and we'll try to get back with you shortly. Also, check out our new website beginning December 31st at http://flyoceanicair.com . Thank you.
As of January 4, 2008, messages weren't accepted anymore. Instead, callers are referred to an attendant by pressing "0", or to log into a mailbox, by pressing "81". You are then prompted for a mailbox number and pass code. It is currently unknown if there are any valid mailbox/pass code combinations.
On January 30, 2008, Oceanic Airlines issued a "Golden Pass" press release via Cavanaugh (see: Find 815 clues/January 30).
- Georgia's voicemail number area code (818) refers to a southern California: Los Angeles: San Fernando Valley number. 
- Each of the locations in the press release correspond to the origin/hometown of several main characters: