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> Aero Mexico
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> Air Canada
Air Canada is Canada's largest domestic and international full-service airline. Air Canada also operates an extensive global network in conjunction with its international partners.
> Air China
The fleet includes 42 aircraft and has 322 air routes including more than 2,472 scheduled flights weekly.
> Air France
Air France is one of the subsidiaries of the Air France KLM Group. The fleet has more than 380 aircraft and operates over 1,800 flights daily to 200 destinations in 88 countries.
> Air India
Air India is India's national flag carrier. They operate a worldwide network covering 44 destinations. They also have a new subsidiary airline called Air India Express.
> Air Jamaica
The airlines with its state of the art fleet serves Jamaica with over 330 flights a week from its 10 gateways in the United States, 8 in the Caribbean, and London in the United Kingdom.
> Air New Zealand
Air New Zealand is an international and domestic airline group which provides air passenger and cargo transport services within New Zealand, as well as to Australia, the south west Pacific, Asia, North America and the United Kingdom.
> TAP Portugal
TAP is a Portuguese airline market leader currently flying to 43 destination throughout 25 countries in Africa and North and South America.
> Air Tahiti NUI
Air Tahiti Nui, with a route network linking the South Pacific to four continents, is the leading carrier to French Polynesia.
> Alitalia
Alitalia has been flying passengers and cargo all over the world since 1947. In Italy, Alitalia serves 28 airports with1,414 flights a week. In Europe, they serve 56 airports with 1,407 flights a week. And in the rest of the world they fly to 18 airports with 139 flight weekly.
> ANA All Nippon Airways
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> Austrian Airlines
Today, as the leading Austrian airline, we fly to 130 destinations in 66 countries on all five continents.
Currently BMI is the United Kingdom's second largest airline and operates over 1,700 flights weekly with a fleet of 42 aircraft.
> British Airways
British Airways is a full service global airline, offering year-round low fares with an extensive global route network flying to and from centrally located airports. They are the United Kingdom's largest international scheduled airline, flying to over 550 destinations. Their group also includes British Airways Holidays Limited and British Airways Travel Shops Limited.
> Cathay Pacific
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> China Airlines
They currently operate into 60 cities in 23 countries with 65 aircraft.
> China Southern Airlines
China Southern Airlines Co Ltd. Is China's largest airlines. It operates a fleet of 259 aircraft and serves more than 600 domestic and international routes.
> EasyJet
Easy Jet keeps costs low by eliminating the unnecessary costs and "frills" which characterize traditional airlines.
> Emirates
Now comprising an award-winning fleet of 92 aircraft, an international cargo division, a full fledged destination management and leisure division, an international ground handler and an airline IT developer. It currently operates to over 80 destinations and is one of the fastest growing airlines in the world.
> Finnair Group
Finnair, one of the oldest operating airlines in the world, was established in 1923. They currently operate 69 aircraft into 50 international destinations and 16 destinations within Finland.
> Icelandair
They currently operate 17 Boeing 757 aircraft to various destinations in Europe and the United States. They are based in Reykjavik, Iceland.
> Japan Airlines
They operate 287 aircraft into 172 destinations in 30 countries. This includes 59 destinations in Japan.
> KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
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> LAN Airlines SA
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> Lufthansa
Lufthansa ranks as one of the world's leading airlines. It currently operates more than 200 aircraft to international destinations throughout the world.
> Mexicana
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> Qantas
Today, Qantas is widly regarded as the world's leading long distance airline and one of the strongest brands in Australia. They currently operate 213 aircraft into 142 destinations including codeshare services.
> Royal Air Maroc
Across four continents and with scheduled flights leaving from the biggest capital cities in Europe, North America, Africa, Maghreb and the Middle East, Royal Air Maroc has built an international and domestic network to make the world increasingly accessible to you.
> Ryan Air
Ryanair was Europe's original low fare airline and is still Europe's largest low fare carrier. They currently operate over 100 aircraft on more than 300 low fare routes across 22 European countries.
> Scandinavian Airlines System
SAS AB is the Nordic region's largest listed airline and travel group. The SAS Group offers air transport and related services from its base in Northern Europe.
> Singapore Airlines
Singapore Airlines has grown from a regional airline into one of the world's leading carriers. Their subsidiaries include SilkAir, Tradewinds, SIA Engineering Company, SIA Cargo and SATS, their ground handling subsidiary.
> South African Airways
South African Airways serves more than 700 destinations throughout the world while serving 34 cities in 26 countries on six continents.
> Swiss International Airlines
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> Thai Airways International
Current Thai Air operates a fleet of more than 80 aircraft to 34 countries and 60 destinations. They also fly to 11 destinations within Thailand.
> Turkish Airlines
They currently operate 96 aircraft to many international cities and destinations throughout the world.
> Virgin Atlantic Airways
They currently operate Boeing 747 and Airbus A340 aircraft to various international destinations.
> Aer Lingus
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