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Danh sách các hãng hàng không [code chữ-số, nước] theo thứ tự anphabet như sau:  

A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z  Number [số]  Khác


A

A4 – Southern Winds – Argentina – Buenos Aires to points in Argentina, and Madrid to points in Spain and Europe
A6 – Asia Pacific Airlines – Guam – Cargo B727 in the Pacific southwest
AA – American Airlines – USA – Major carrier
AB – Air Berlin – Germany – Flights to Palma de Mallorca and other European destinations
AC – Air Canada – The nation’s largest airline.
AE – Mandarin Airlines – Taiwan – Flights to Sydney, Brisbane, Auckland and Vancouver. Non-English website
AF – Air France – English site for the USA
AG – Provincial Airlines – Canada – Newfoundland and eastern Canada on Pipers and Fairchilds
AH – Air Algerie – Algeria – Flights from Frankfurt and Berlin
AI – Air India – The national carrier
AK – AirAsia – Malaysia – 737s out of Subang
AM – Aeromexico – One of Mexico’s major internationals
AM – Island Airlines – USA – Scheduled service between Nantucket and Hyannis

AN – Ansett Australia – Died March 4, 2002
AN – Skywest – Australia – Extensive domestic routes in western Australia. Based in Perth
AP – Air One – Italy – Lufthansa’s Italian partner
AQ – Aloha Airlines – USA – The Hawaiian Islands
AR – Aerolíneas Argentinas – Argentina
AS – Alaska Airlines/Horizon Air – USA – The Western United States and Canada
AS – Horizon Air/Alaska Airlines – USA – The northwest, out of SEA-TAC and Portland
AT – Royal Air Maroc – Morocco – 747s from Montreal and JFK to Casablanca
AU – Austral Líneas Aéreas – Argentina – Twenty-four dometic destinations
AWC – Titan Airways – UK – Corporate charters based at Stansted
AWS – Royal Wings – Jordan – Scheduled flights from Amman to Haifa, Tel Aviv, Gaza and Aqaba, plus charters
AY – Finnair – Finland – Flying out of Helsinki for more than 75 years
AZ – Alitalia – Italy – Flag carrier flies to 57 countries


B
B – AirBaltic – Latvia – The national airline and SAS partner
B2 – Belavia Belarusian Airlines – Scheduled and charter flights to Europe and Asia
B3 – Bellview Airlines – Nigeria – Domestic routes on DC-9s plus Nairobi, Bombay and Amsterdam on an A300
B4 – Bhoja Air – Pakistan – Passenger and cargo service
B6 – JetBlue – USA – Low-fare flights on A320s
BA – British Airways – UK – “The World’s Favourite Airline”
BA – GB Airways – Gibraltar – British Airways franchise flies B737s to Manchester and London Gatwick
BC – Air Jet – France – Commuter service between Paris and London
BD – British Midland – UK – Heathrow’s second-largest operator
BG – Biman Air – Bangladesh – Asian and European capitals on DC-10s, A310s, F28s and BAe-ATPs
BHA – Buddha Air – Nepal – Domestic flights from Kathmandu using four Beech 1900D aircraft
BI – Royal Brunei Airlines – Brunei – Southeast Asia, Australia, the Persian Gulf and the UK, from headquarters in Bandar Seri Begawan
BL – Pacific Airlines – Vietnam – Domestic flights, plus Taipei and Hong Kong
BO – Bouraq Airlines – Indonesia – Domestic airline centered in Jakarta
BQ – Aeromar – Mexico – Short hops using ATR-42s
BR – EVA Air – Taiwan – The airline arm of the Evergreen Group
BT – Air Baltic – Latvia – Flag carrier flies to Eastern European capitals. An SAS partner
BT – Air Liberte Guadeloupe – A British Airways subsidiary
BTL – Baltia Air Lines – USA – JFK to St. Petersburg, Russia
BU – Braathens – Norway – The country’s largest. Also serves Sweden
BU – Sun Air – South Africa – Flights between Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban
BW – BWIA British West Indian – Trinidad & Tobago – L1011s and MD-83s
BX – Coast Air – Norway – Primarily operates flights between Haugesund and Bergen
BY – Britannia Airways – UK – Holiday destinations from Germany and the UK
BZ – Keystone Air Service – Canada – Pipers and Beechcraft provide scheduled service connecting Swan River, Dauphin and Winnipeg, Manitoba


C
C6 – CanJet – Canada – 737-200s on domestic flights in eastern Canada
C8 – Chicago Express Airlines – USA – An American Trans Air connector.
CA – Air China – The largest operator within the People’s Republic
CB – Scot Air – Scotland – Used to be Suckling Airways
CC – Air Atlanta Icelandic – A privately-owned contract carrier
CC – Macair Airlines – Australia – Saabs, Fairchilds and Otters in Queensland
CD – Mindanao Express Airlines – Philippines – Connects Mindanao with the rest of the Philippines
CE – Nationwide Airlines – South Africa – B727s, B737s and B767s on domestic flights plus London Gatwick
CG – MBA Milne Bay Airlines – Papua New Guinea – More than 400 scheduled and charter domestic flights per week
CI – China Airlines – World destinations fanning out from Taipei
CJ – China Northern Airlines – Extensive domestic system using A300, MD-90 and MD-82 aircraft
CJ – Colgan Air – USA – Continental Connctions on the eastern seaboard
CL – Lufthansa CityLine – Germany – Five hundred flights a day to 61 European cities. CRJs and Avros
CM – COPA – Panama – Fifteen 737s out of Panama City’s Tocumen International Airport
CN – Tropic Air – Belize – Eight domestic flights, plus Flores (Tikal), Guatemala
CO – Continental Airlines – USA – Major carrier
CU- Cubana – Cuba – Domestic flights, plus Europe, South America and Canada
CV – Cargolux – Luxembourg – Seven 747-400Fs fly cargo to every continent except Australia
CX – Cathay Pacific – Hong Kong – 747s, 777s, A330s and A340s
CY – Cyprus Airways
CZ – China Southern Airlines – Boeings serving China and southeast Asia 


D
D3 – Daallo Airlines – Djibouti/Somalia – AN-24s, IL-18s and TU-154s
DA – Air Georgia – Georgia – Flies between Tblisi and Frankfurt
DB – Brit Air – France – A regional arm of Air France
DD – Nok Air – Thailand – Low-cost airline with service from Bangkok to Chiang Mai, Hat Yai and Udon Thani
DE – Condor – Germany – North American site for this German holiday service
DL – Delta – USA – Major carrier
DL – Delta Express – USA – The eastern states to Florida
DL – Song – USA – Delta’s low cost carrier
DM – Maersk Air – Denmark – From Copenhagen and Brillund to major European cities
DP – Air 2000 – UK – Scheduled and chartered holiday flights
DP – First Choice – UK – Holiday flights to Southern Europe, Northern Africa and the Caribbean
DS – Air Senegal – Senegal – Member of the Groupe Royal Air Maroc. Three B737s and a Dash 8
DU – Hemus Air – Bulgaria – From Sofia to Europe, Africa and the Near East
DV – Nantucket Airlines – USA – Back and forth between Hyannis and Nantucket every hour
DW – Rottnest Air Taxi – Australia – Connects Rottnest Island with Freemantle
DWT – Darwin Airline – Switzerland – SAAB 2000s between Lugano, Geneva, Barcelona and Olbia
DX – DanAir – UK – An unofficial, commemorative site. Taken over by BA in ’93
DZ – Transcaraibes Air International/Air Tropical – Guadeloupe – Island hopping in the French West Indies


E
E5 – Samara Airlines – Russia – Domestic flights on Tupolevs, Ilushyns, Yakolevs and Antonovs
E8 – AlpiEagles – Italy – Domestic and international
ED – CCAir (US Airways Express) – USA – Charlotte, NC to 25 cities in 8 states
EI – Aer Lingus – Ireland’s national airline
EJ – New England Airlines – USA – From Westerly, RI to Block Island twelve times a day and more
EK – Emirates – UAE – Based in Dubai, the flag carrier uses airbuses and 777s
EM – Western Airlines – Australia – Flies from Perth to Geraldton, Kalbarri, Denham and Monkey Mia
EN – Air Dolomiti – Italy -Flights to Switzerland, Germany and Spain on ATRs and CRJs. A Lufthansa partner
EP – Europe Airpost – France – Formerly Aéropostale
EQ – TAME – Ecuador
ET – Ethiopian Airlines – Domestic flights, plus Europe, Africa, Middle East and Asia
EW – Eurowings – Germany – Regional flights throughout Europe
EZ – Sun Air – Denmark – Jetstreams between Sweden, Norway, Ireland and Germany


F
F3 – Flying Enterpise – Sweden – Stockholm, Skövde, Jönköping and Visby
F4 – Eureca – Italy – Domestic flights in northern Italy on Fokkers and a Fairchild Metroliner
FA – Safair – South Africa – Passenger and cargo flights with 727s, MD80s and Hercules L382Gs
FB – Fine Air – USA – Cargo flights to South and Central America and Caribbean
FF – Tower Air – USA – Select US and European destinations from their terminal at JFK
FG – Ariana Afghan Airlines – Afghanistan – The Middle East plus Moscow, Frankfurt and Istanbul
FI – Icelandair – Iceland – Europe and North America from Keflavik
FJ – Air Pacific – Fiji – One B747, one B767 and three B737s with an average age of seven years
FL – AirTran Airways – USA – Atlanta to the mid- and eastern US on B717s
FL – Frontier Airlines – USA – Domestic flights centered in Denver
FM – Shanghai Airlines – China – Boeing 737s, 757s, and 767s to major Asian and European destinations
FO – Expedition Airways – Zimbabwe – Seven Zimbabwe destinations, plus South Africa and Mozambique using a Beechcraft 1900C
FP – Par Avion Airlines – Australia – Operates in Tasmania
FQ – Air Aruba – To Aruba from Columbia, the US and Sao Paulo
FQ – Thomas Cook Airlines – Belgium – From Belgium to European holiday spots
FR – Ryanair – Ireland – Budget flights from Dublin to Europe on twenty-two 737s
FS – Staf Cargo Airlines – USA – DC-10 and 747 freighters from Miami to South America
FT – Vancouver Island Air – Canada – Beech seaplanes and deHavilland Beavers from Campbell River, BC
FU – Air Littoral – France – CRJs and ATR 42-500s out of Montpellier and Nice


G
G1 – Gorkha Airlines – Nepal – Eight domestic destinations
G3 – Emerald Airways – UK – Cargo flights in BAe 748 and Shorts SD360 out of Liverpool’s John Lennon
G4 – Allegiant Air – USA – Domestic DC-9 service
G5 – Island Air – Cayman Islands – Scheduled service to Cayman Brac and Little Cayman, plus charters and sightseeing tours
G7 – Gandalf Airlines – Italy – From Milan to major European capitals in Fairchild-Dornier 328s
G9 – Air Arabia – UAE – Based in Sharjah, with flights throughout the Middle East on A320s
GA – Citilink – Indonesia – Garuda Indonesia’s low-cost domestic service. B737s.
GA – Garuda Indonesia – Indonesia – Extensive domestic and international network
GF – Gulf Air – Has four owner states: Bahrain, Oman, Qatar and UAE
GH – Ghana Airways – Flights to and from West Africa and Accra
GL – Air Greenland – Domestic flights, plus Denmark
GM – Air Slovakia – Slovakia – B737s from Slovensko to the Mediterranean
GQ – BigSky Airlines – USA – Short hops west of the Mississippi
GS – AirFoyle – UK – Cargo and scheduled passenger service
GT – Air Mandalay – Myanmar – Domestic airline
GU – Riga Airlines – Latvia – London, Moscow and Paris to Riga
GX – Air Ontario – Canada – Regional airline for the Great Lakes and north eastern US. Folded into parent company Air Canada’s regional line: Jazz
GY – Guyana Airways


H
H2 – City Bird – Belgium – Brussels to the US, Mexico and Europe
HA – Hawaiian Airlines – USA – All Hawaiian islands and west coast USA
HF – Hapag-Lloyd – Germany – Extensive network of European holiday destinations using A310s and B737s
HH – Islandsflug – Iceland – Domestic flights on B737s, ATR-42s, Dornier 228s and a Piper Chieftan
HK – Yangon Airways – Myanmar – Regional airline
HM – Air Seychelles – Seychelles – From European and African capitals to the Indian Ocean paradise
HP – America West Airlines – USA – Hubbed in Arizona
HQ – HMY Airways – Canada – B757s between Vancouver and Toronto
HR – Hahn Air – Germany – Charters on Fairchilds and SAABs
HSA – East African Safari Air – Kenya – France and Italy to Nairobi, plus charters
HV – Transavia – Netherlands – Amsterdam to Eurpoean holiday spots
HY – Uzbekistan Airways – From Tashkent to Asia and Europe


I
IB – Iberia – Spain – The flag carrier
IC – Indian Airlines – India – Wholly owned by the Government of India
IE – Solomon Airlines – Solomon Islands – To Australia and neighbouring islands on B737s, three Islanders, and two Twin Otters
IG – Meridiana – Italy – Low-cost carrier to domestic points plus Madrid, Barcelona and Amsterdam
IM – Spirit Airlines – USA – Flights between Florida and the northeast
IR – Iran Air – Tehran to Europe and Asia, plus domestic flights
IV – WindJet – Italy – Low-cost flights throughtout Italy and to select European cities
IY – Yemenia Airways – Yemen – From Sana’a to 25 cities in Europe, the Middle East and Africa
IY – Yemenia Airways – Yemen – Unofficial North-American site
IZ – Arkia Israeli Airlines – Vacation charters within Israel


J
J4 – Buffalo Airways – Canada – Charter work on a variety of aircraft. Based in Yellowknife, NWT
JA – Air Bosna – Bosnia and Herzegovina – One ATR-42, two YAK-42s and a Cessna 550 to Eastern Europe and Scandanavia
JB – Helijet Airways – Canada – Scheduled helicopters: Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle
JD – Japan Air System – Ninety-nine domestic rutes
JE – Manx Airlines – UK – From the Isle of Man to Ireland, Scotland and England
JF – L.A.B. Flying Service – USA – Daily scheduled flights connecting Haines, Alaska with Juneau, Skagway and other S.E. Alaska communities
JL – Japan Airlines – Tokyo and Osaka to all major world destinations
JM – Air Jamaica – Montego Bay to the US and the Caribbean
JP – Adria Airways – Slovenia
JU – JAT Yugoslav Airlines – Unofficial site, but good enough to warrant an exception
JV – Bearskin Airlines – Canada – Serving Northern Ontario
JX – SunJet – USA – Twenty daily flights between New York and Florida
JY – British European Airways – UK – Domestic flights, including Jersey and Guernsey


K
K5 – Wings of Alaska – USA – Cessnas, Beavers and Otters out of Juneau
KA – Dragon Air – Hong Kong – Southeast Asia regional airline
KB – Druk Air (Royal Bhutan Airlines) – Bhutan – India, Nepal, Bhutan, Thailand
KD – Kendell Airlines – Australia
KE – Korean Air – Southeast Asia plus select European and North Amercan cities
KF – Air Botnia – Finland – now Blue1, a subsidiary of SAS. Third largest regional airline in Europe
KF – Blue1 – Finland – formerly Air Botnia, a subsidiary of SAS. Third largest regional airline in Europe
KK – TAM – Brazil – An A319, A330s, Fokkers and Caravans
KL – KLM Royal Dutch Airlines – Netherlands – Schiphol to major world destinations
KM – Air Malta – To Europe and the Middle East
KQ – Kenya Airways – Nairobi to the rest of Africa and select world destinations
KS – Penair (Peninsula Airways) – USA – Thirty-five small aircraft to 73 communites. An Alaska Airlines partner
KU – Kuwait Airways – Forty destinations
KX – Cayman Airways – Cayman Islands to Florida, Texas and Jamaica


L
L2 – Lynden Air Cargo – USA – Hercs hauling oversize loads in Alaska
LA – LanChile Airlines – South, Central and North America, some Australia, some Europe
LB – Albanian Airlines – Albania – three aircraft serving destinations in Italy, Turkey, Germany, Switzerland and Kosovo together with a growing charter programme
LB – Lloyd Aero Boliviano – Bolivia
LC – Loganair – UK – Serving Scotland for British Airways
LG – Luxair – Luxembourg – 737s, Embraers and Fokkers to the rest of Europe, North Africa and New York
LH – Lufthansa – Germany’s biggest and most famous
LH – Lufthansa Cargo – Germany – The flag carrier’s freight division
LI – LIAT – Antigua – Two hundred flights a day in the eastern Caribbean
LM – Air ALM (Antillean Airlines) – Venezuela to the Caribbean and southeast United States
LN – Libyan Arab Airlines – Libya
LO –Pacific Wings Hawaii – Dates back to the 1920s
LP – Pacific Wings Hawaii – Peru – Peruvian arm of an extensive worldwide airline
LT – LTU International Airways – Germany – Holiday destinations in Florida, California and the Caribbean
LW – Pacific Wings Hawaii – USA – Island hopping in hawaii with Cessna 402Cs
LX – Swiss International Airlines – Switzerland – Worldwide destinations. Was Crossair
LY – El Al – Israel – Flag carrier flies from Tel Aviv to the world
LZ – Balkan Bulgarian Airlines – Bulgarian flag carrier uses Tupolevs, Antonovs and 737s


M
M2 – Southeast Air Freight – Bahamas – Daily scheduled freight service between Nassau and Freeport
M3 – European Air Express – Germany – Business commuter flights out of Cologne/Bonn
M3 – WestJet – Canada – Twelve 737s serve 11 cities in western Canada
M4 – Avioimpex – Macedonia – From Skopje to Istanbul and major european capitals on DC-9s and MD-80s
M7 – MAT Macedonian Airlines – Macedonia
MA – Malev Hungarian – Based at Budapest’s Ferihegy International Airport
MD – Air Madagascar – Eastern Africa’s premiere air service
ME – MEA Middle East Airlines – Lebanon – Airbuses to Europe and the Middle East
MF – Xiamen Airlines – China – Thiry-seven Boeings fly an extensive domestic network
MH – Malaysia Airlines – 110 destinations on 6 continents
MI – Silk Air – Singapore – This regional wing of Singapore Airlines flies A320s
MK – Air Mauritius – Flag carrier flies from the island nation to Africa, Asia, Australia and Eurpoe
ML – Midway Airlines – USA – Raleigh-Durham to the rest of the eastern seaboard on B737s, CRJs and Fokker F100s
MN – British Airways South Africa – Operated by Comair
MO – Calm Air – Canada – Canadian International partner serves Ontario, Manitoba and Nunavut
MP – Martinair – Netherlands
MS – EgyptAir – 95 destinations on a fleet with an average age of 6 years
MU – China Eastern Air – Based in Shanghai’s Hongqiao International Airport
MW – Maya Airways – Belize – Nine domestic destinations
MW – Maya Island Air – Belize – From Ambergris Caye to the rest of Belize, plus Mexico and Guatemala
MX – Mexicana – Mexico City to major North American and South American cities
MY – Euroscot – Scotland – Domestic regional airline. Now operated by Gill Air


N
N6 – Aero Continente – Peru – Extensive domestic routes
NB – National Airlines – USA – Las Vegas to Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago-Midway and JFK
NB – Sterling – Denmark – Low-cost flight from Copenhagen and Stockholm to Mediterranean hotspots
NG – Lauda Air – Austria – The famous F1 driver spawned an airline
NH – All Nippon Airways – Japan – Flights to both US seaboards
NI – PGA Portugalia Airlines – Portugal – Fokker 100s and Embraer 145s to Europe and the Grand Canary Islands
NI – Portugália Airlines – Portugal – From Lisbon to Spain, Germany, France, Italy, Belgium, and the UK with Fokkers 100s and Embraer 145s
NJ – Vanguard Airlines – USA – Ten domestic destinations
NL – Shaheen Air International – Pakistan – Karachi, Islamabad, Lahore and Peshawar, plus Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Kuwait, Alain and Muscat
NN – Cardinal Airlnes – USA – Melborne, FL to Baltimore/Washington on MD-80s
NO – Aus-Air – Australia – Regional flights to the southern islands
NP – Skytrans Airlines – Australia – Various small aircraft perform scheduled and charter duties in Queensland
NR – Spanair – Spain – Domestic flights plus major South American and European destinations
NW – Northwest Airlines – USA – Major carrier soon to be flying out of its Detroit Midfield Terminal
NW – Pacific Island Aviation – Northern Mariana Islands – Operates flights for Northwest Airlines, connecting the islands of Guam, Rota, Tinian and Saipan
NX – Air Macau – Five A321s and three A320s serve China and S.E. Asia
NY – Air Iceland – Domestic flights plus Greenland
NZ – Air New Zealand – Flag carrier


O
OA – Olympic Airways – Greece – Flag carrier
OG – Go – UK – Now easyjet.
OH – Comair – USA – Delta Connections using more than 70 Canadair Regionals
OK – Czech Airlines – Czech Republic – From Prague to world destinations
OL – OLT – Germany – Commuter flights from Bremen to London, Berlin, Naples, Toulouse
OM – MIAT Mongolian Airlines – Domestic service plus Moscow, Berlin and southeast Asia, using ANs, an A310 and three 727s
ON – Air Nauru – Nauru to Australia, Fiji, Kiribati, and the Solomon Islands
OP – Chalk’s Ocean Airways – USA – Miami and Ft. Lauderdale to the Bahamas on Grumman G-73T Turbine Millard amphibious aircraft
OS – Austrian Airlines – A Swissair partner
OU – Croatia Airlines – The national airline based in Zagreb
OV – Estonian Air – To major western European capitals
OX – Orient Thai Airlines – Thailand – Southeast Asia on B747s and L1011s
OZ – Asiana Airlines – S. Korea – From Kimpo International to Asian destinations


P
P8 – Pantanal Linhas Aéreas – Brazil – Domestic flights from Sao Paulo on an ATR-42
PA – Pan Am – USA – The latest incarnation
PA –Pan American World Airways – USA – This site commemorates this now-defunct major carrier
PC – Air Fiji – Domestic airline with 65 flights a day
PD – Trillium Air – Canada – Serving Kitchener and Ottawa with Jetstream 31/Super31s
PF – Palestinian Airlines – One Fokker 50 and one 727 from Gaza to Amman, Cairo, Dubai and Jeddah
PG – Bangkok Airways – Thailand – Flights from Bangkok to Thai resorts plus Phnom-Penh
PH – Polynesian Airlines – Samoa – National carrier connects the south Pacific to Australia and the US
PI – Piedmont Airlines – USA – US Airways Express
PK – Pakistan International Airlines – Flag carrier
PR – Philippine Airlines
PS – Ukraine International Airlines – Jointly owned by the government, Swissair and the GPA Group, Inc.
PW – Precision Air – Tanzania – Scheduled, charter and scenic flights out of Arusha, Dar es Salaam and Bukoba
PX – Air Niugini – Papua New Guinea – The national airline
PY – Surinam Airways – Surinam


Q
Q2 – Minerva Airlines – Italy – Partner to Alitalia
Q3 – Roan Air – Zambia – Domestic flights, with plans for London and Johannesburg
Q4 – Mustique Airways – St. Vincent and the Grenadines – Island hopping in the Eastern Caribbean
Q7 – Sobel Air – Belgium – A charter remnant of Sabena
QA – Aerocaribe – Mexico – A regional arm of Mexicana
QAH – Quick Airways – Netherlands – Rotterdam and Groningen
QF – Qantas Airways – The Australian leader, and tenth largest in the world
QF – Southern Australia Airlines – Qantas-owned regional airline based in Victoria
QK – Air Nova- Canada – Atlantic coast regional arm of Air Canada. Folded into parent company Air Canada’s regional line: Jazz
QP – Airkenya – Kenya – Domestic flights
QQ – Reno Air – USA – Commemorative website. Purchased by American Airlines in 1999
QR – Qatar Airways – From Doha to the rest of the Middle East


R
R6 – Air Srpska – Republic of Srpska – An ATR72-202, leased from JAT Yugoslavia, flies between Banja Luka and Zurich
R7 – Aserca Airlines – Venezuela – Domestic and international flights
RA – Royal Nepal – Kathmandu to select European and East Asian cities
RB – Syrianair – Syria – A320s, B727s and B747s to major European and Middle East capitals
RE – Aer Arann Express – Ireland – Regional airline connects the Aran Islands with Dublin and the rest of the Republic
RC – Atlantic Airways – Faroe Islands – Two BAe-200s and a Bell Helicopter from the islands to Iceland, the UK, Norway and Denmark
RG – VARIG Airlines – Brazil – The nation’s first airline dates back to the ’20s
RI – Mandala Airlines – Indonesia – Domestic flights
RJ – Royal Jordanian – Jordan – Airbuses from Amman to the Middle East and Europe
RK – Air Afrique – Connecting Europe and West Africa
RO – TAROM – Romanian Air Transport – Flag carrier flies to major world destinations
RQ – Air Engiadina – Switzerland – Regional airline using Dornier 328s
RT – Airlines of South Australia – Regional airline boasts “The World’s Longest Mail Run”
RYN – Ryan International Airlines – USA – Holiday destinations from Kansas City, plus cargo for Emery Worldwide
RZ – Sansa – Costa Rica – One of Grupo Taca’s regional airlines. Fifteen domestic destinations


S
S2 – Sahara India Airlines – India – Domestic airline flies B737-400s and helicopters
S5 – Shuttle America – USA – Dash 8s in the northeast US
S7 – Siberia Airlines – Russia – International and domestic service on Tupolevs and Ilushyns
SA – South African Airways – Flag carrier
SB – Aircalin – New Caledonia – Domestic flights and some southwest Pacific destinations
SB – TIE – Trans International Express – USA – From JFK to Albany, NY, New Haven, CT and Binghampton, NY
SC – Shandong Airline – China – Domestic flights on 737s and SAAB-340s
SD – Sudan Airways – Sudan – B707s, B737s and an A300
SE – Seair – Philippines – A complete domestic schedule, plus an amphibean Dornier DO-24 for charter
SG – Sempati Air – Indonesia – A Fokker 70
SJ – Polar Air Cargo – USA – Scheduled worldwide freight service on B747s
SK – SAS – Sweden – Boeings and MDs to North America, Europe and Asia
SK – Skyline Airways – Nepal – Domestic flights
SL – Rio-Sul – Brazil – Domestic carrier
SLI – Aerolitoral – Mexico – A regional airline
SN – Sabena – Website details the airline’s bankruptcy
SN – SN Brussels Airline – Belgium – The new national airline
SO – Swiss World – Switzerland – Geneva to Montreal, Newark and Miami
SP – SATA – Portugal – Includes Sata Air Acores, Sata Internacional, Sata Express and Azores Express
SP – Sata Air Açores – Portugal – Flights between the islands, and to Toronto, Boston, Lisbon, Porto and Madeira
SQ – Singapore Airlines – 747s and 777s to world destinations
SS – Corsair – France – Holiday destintions in the US, Africa and Thailand
SSV – Skyservice – Canada – From Toronto to holiday destinations
SU – Aeroflot – Russia’s international airline
SV – Saudi Arabian Airlines – 126 planes connect the Arabian Peninsula to major world destinations
SW – Air Namibia
SY – Sun Country Airlines – USA – Low fares from Minneapolis/St. Paul to holiday destinations, plus charters
SZ – China Southwest Airlines – China – Extensive list of domestic destinations
SZ – Pro Air – USA – Four 737s flying from Detroit to eight destinations


T
T4 – Transeast Airlines – Latvia – From Riga to Jonkoping and Billund
TA – TACA (Grupo Taca) – El Salvador – Lima, San Jose and San Salvador to the Americas
TC – Air Tanzania – Tanzania – Dubai, Johannesburg, Muscat, Nairobi, Mombasa and Zanzibar, plus many destinations within Tanzania
TE – Lithuanian Airlines – From Vilnius to northern Eurpoean capitals on B737s and SAABs
TG – Thai Airways International – A large and varied fleet
TK – Turkish Airlines – Flag carrier
TL – Airnorth – Australia – Largest regional operator in Northern Australia
TL – Trans Mediterranean Airways – Lebannon – Cargo flights on six B707s
TM – LAM Linhas Aéreas de Mocambique – Mozambique
TN – Air Tahiti Nui – Tahiti
TP – TAP Air Portugal – 737s and most of the Airbus family
TPC – Air Caladonie – New Caledonia – Dornier, ATR 42 and AT4 aircraft make frequent domestic trips
TR – TransBrasil – 737s and 767s on domestic flights, plus some USA and Europe
TS – Air Transat – Canada – Discount charter and scheduled flights
TT – Air Lithuania – Lithuania – Mostly business flights around Norther Europe
TU – Tunisair – Tunisia – Forty-seven flights a day to major European capitals
TV – Virgin Express – Belgium – Commuter/feeder airline links ten European cities
TW – Trans World Airlines: TWA – USA – Major domestic carrier with world destinations
TX – Air Carïbes – French West Indies – Eight daily round trips between St. Maarten and St. Barth
TZ – American Trans Air – USA – Indianapolis charter and military contracts


U
U2 – easyJet – UK – Budget flights on 737s from London Luton
U3 – Travelair – Costa Rica – From San Jose to anywhere in Costa Rica in less than an hour
U6 – Ural Airlines – Russia – Ekaterinburg to the rest of Russia
UA – United Airlines – USA – Major international carrier
UB – Myanmar Airways International – Myanmar – Yangon, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur
UK – KLM uk – UK – Seventeen UK airports to Schiphol
UL – SriLankan – Sri Lanka – Flag carrier goes to Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Previously AirLanka
UM – Air Zimbabwe – Flights throughout southen Africa
UN – Transaero – Russia – Russia’s first privately-owned airline flies to many major Russian and European cities
UP – Bahamasair – National airline serves Florida and the Islands
US – Chautauqua Airlines (US Airways Express) – USA – Twelve SAAB-340s and 17 Jetstream-31s out of Indianapolis
US – MetroJet – USA – US Airways’ partner east of the Mississippi
US – US Airways – USA – Hubs at Pittsburgh, Charlotte, Philadelphia and Baltimore-Washington
UU – Air Austral – France – The India Ocean
UW – Perimeter – Canada – Metros provide scheduled service in Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario
UX – Air Europa – Spain – Domestic holiday destinations. An Alitalia partner
UX – Air Luxor – Portugal – Business and holiday charters on L-1011, A320 and various private-sized aircraft
UY – Cameroon Airlines – Central Africa plus Jeddah, Paris, London and Brussels with B747 and B737


V
V3 – Vanair – Vanuatu – Serves 29 airports in the archipelago
VG – VLM Airlines – Belgium – Regional flights on Fokkers
VI – Volga-Dnepr Airlines – Russia – Super-heavy cargo on AN 124-100
VL – North Vancouver Air – Canada – From Vancouver to Seattle and southern British Columbia on Beech, Pipers, J31s and a Cessna 206
VM – Regional Airlines – France – Created in 1992 by th merging ofAir Vendée with Airlec
VN – Vietnam Airlines – Europe and Asia from Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City
VO – Tyrolean Airways – Austria – Member of the Austrian Airlines Group flies to 49 destinations in 24 countries
VP – VASP – Brazil – MD-11s and 737s to 27 Brazilian cities and 12 international destinations
VQ – Impulse Airlines – Australia – Now Jetstar, Qantas’ new low-cost carrier
VQ – Jetstar – Australia – Qantas’ low-cost carrier. Formerly Impulse Airlines
VR – Cabo Verde Airlines – Cape Verde to Boston, Amsterdam, Paris and Munich
VS – Virgin Atlantic – UK – London and Manchester to major world cities
VV – AeroSvit Airlines – Ukraine – Founded in 1994, flies B737s from Kiev to the rest of the country, plus Moscow and the Mediterranean
VV – Aerosweet – Ukraine – One of three major carriers
VW – Skyways – Sweden – Domestic partner of SAS uses Saabs, Fokkers and Jetstreams


W
W3 – Swiftair – Spain – Flies cargo for DHL
W5 – Mahan Air – Iran – Airbuses and Tu-154s to domestic points plus select international cities
W6 – Wizz – UK – Nine A320s serving Central and Eastern Europe
W9 – Eastwind Airlines – USA – Greensboro and Orlando to the northeast
WC – Isleña – Honduras – One of Grupo Taca’s regional airlines. Service to the Bay Islands, Copan, and the country’s interior
WF – Widerøe Airline – Norway – Extensive domestic routes, plus seven international routes
WG – Wasaya Airways – Canada – Owned by eight Native Canadian communities
WJ – Air Labrador – Canada -Labrador and Newfoundland
WL – Aeroperlas – Panama – Scheduled and charter flights on Shorts, Otters, Cessnas and Beech Kings
WN –Royal Tongan Airlines– USA – 737s to 54 domestic destinations
WNA – WinAir – St. Maarten – Frequent service from St. Maarten to neighbouring islands
WO – World Airways – USA – An MD-11 and a DC-10
WR – Royal Tongan Airlines – Tonga
WT – Nigeria Airlines – Nigeria – Lagos to Heathrow and JFK
WX – CityJet – UK – London and Dublin to the Costa del Sol
WY – Oman Air – Oman – International flights from Muscat on B737s and ATRs


X
X5 – Cronus Airlines – Greece – To Greece from Germany, Rome and Paris
XG – North American Airlines – USA – 757s and MD-83s provide feeder flights to JFK for El Al
XJ – Mesaba Airlines – USA – A Northwest Airlines partner out of Minneapolis and Detroit
XP – Casino Express Airlines – USA – delivers vacationers from over 90 cities in the US to Elko, Nevada.
XZ – Eastair – Sweden – Lear Jets and Piper PA-31s based at Bromma


Y
YB – South African Express Airways – Connector flights centered in Johannsburg
YC – Flight West – Australia – Regional Airline based in Queensland
YI – Air Sunshine – USA – Florida, Bahamas, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, Dominican Republic and Turks & Caicos
YK – Cyprus Turkish Airlines – North Cyprus – From Turkey and London to North Cyprus
YN – Air Creebec – Canada – Airlne owned by the Cree Nation serves northern Quebec and Ontario
YT – Skywest – USA – Brasilia EMB-120s and Canadair Regionals out of Salt Lake City, LAX and San Francisco
YV – Mesa Air Group – USA – America West Express, US Airways Express, and Mesa Airlines
YX – Midwest Express Airlines – USA – Domestic flights on DC-9s, MD-80s and Beechcraft


Z
Z4 – Zoom – Canada – Connects Canada and the UK with B767s
Z5 – GMG Airlines – Bangladesh – Regional flights centered in Dhaka
ZA – AccessAir – USA – 737s based in Des Moines, Iowa
ZB – Monarch Airlines – UK – Scheduled and charter flights to European holiday spots
ZI – Aigle Azur – France – Holiday flights to Algeria on A321s and B737s
ZK – Great Lakes Aviation – USA – United Express flights: Chicago Meigs and Springfield
ZK – United Express – USA – Great Lakes Aviation flights: Chicago Meigs and Springfield
ZQ – Qantas New Zealand – Domestic airline. Previously Ansett New Zealand
ZR – Muk Air – Denmark – Short flights from Copenhagen to other Scandanavian cities
ZU – Freedom Air International – New Zealand – Flights betweem New Zealand and Australia
ZW – Air Wisconsin – USA – This United Express feeder operates BAe146s, Fokkers and Canadairs to Chicago and the west 


Number [số]

2K – Kitty Hawk – USA – Scheduled and charter cargo flights, mostly on B727s
2M – Moldavian Airlines – Moldova – Chisinau to Budapest on SAAB 2000s
2P – Air Philippines – The country’s second-largest airline
2S – Sun Air – Fiji – Domestic flights on De Havillands and Beechcraft out of Nadi International Airport
2Y – HelenAir Caribbean – St. Lucia – Frequent flights to several islands in the West Indies
3C – Corporate Express – Canada – Scheduled business flights in Alberta and British Columbia
3D – Denim Airways – Germany – Dusseldorf, Augsburg and Berlin
3H – Air Inuit – Canada – Northern Quebec
3L – InterSky – Germany – Dash 8 flights connect major German cities, plus Bern and Vienna
3M – Continental Connection (Gulfstream) – USA
3R – Air Moldova International – Republic of Moldova to Europe and Russia
3S – Air Antilles – Guyana – Low-fare, no-frills subsidiary of Air Guyane
3S – Shuswap Air – Canada – Charters a Beech King from Salmon Arm, BC
3U – Sichuan Airlines – China – Connects Sichuan province to the rest of China
3Z – Necon Air – Nepal – Domestic flights plus northern India on Avro HS-748s, an ATR-42 and a Cessna Caravan
4L – Air Alma – Canada – A Canadian International partner
4N – Air North – Canada – B737 service Calgary/Edmonton to Whitehorse and Vancouver/Whitehorse; Hawker Siddeley 748 service between Whitehorse and Dawson City, Old Crow, Inuvik (NWT), plus Fairbanks & Juneau
4V – Voyageur Airways – Canada – Ski charters in Ontario and Quebec
4Y – Yute Air – USA – From Dillingham to western Alaska
4Z – South African Airlink – South Africa – Embraers and Jetstreams feed the parent airline
5F – Arctic Circle Air Service – USA – scheduled passenger and freight service from hubs in Aniak, Bethel, Dillingham and Fairbanks, Alaska
5J – Cebu Pacific Air – Philippines – Twelve DC-9s make domestic flights out of Manila
5K – Kenmore Air – USA – Scheduled seaplane flights: Seattle, Victoria, San Juan Isl.
5U – Skagway Air Service – USA – Daily flights between Juneau and Skagway, Alaska
5Y – Atlas Air – USA – Twenty-nine cargo B747s
6A – Aviacsa Airlines – Mexico – Extensive domestic routes, plus Houston and Las Vegas
6E – Malmo Aviation – Sweden – Malmo and Umea to Stockholm Bromma on Avros and BAes
6N – Nordic Leisure – Sweden – Charters on MD-80s
6N – TTA TransTravel – Netherlands – A Dash-8 and a Beech between Rotterdam, Hamburg, Göteborg and Copenhagen
6P – Club Air – Italy – From Verona to Eastern Europe
6Q – Slovak Airlines – Slovakia – TU-154 and B737 service from Bratislava to Brussels and Moscow
6U – Air Ukraine Cargo – Ukraine – Cargo division of AeroSvit flies a B767 four time a week between JFK and Kiev
6V – Air Vegas – USA Sightseeing tours of the Grand Canyon
7A – Haines/Alaska Coastal Airways – USA – Short hops in southeast Alaska
7B – KrasAir-Krasnoyarsk Airlines – Russia – Extensive domestic and European network on Tuploevs and Illushyns
7C – Coyne Airways – Russia – Scheduled cargo and passenger flights in the Caspian Sea area
7F – First Air – Canada – Connecting Canada’s north and far north
7G – Gulfstream Airlines – USA – “Continental Connection” in the southeast states
7L – AB Airlines – UK – London Gatwick to Nice, Shannon and Barcelona
7P – Batavia Air – Indonesia – Domestic flights on B737s and Dash 200s
7V – Austin Express – USA – Texas flights in a Fairchild Metroliner
7Y – West Isle Air – USA – Cessnas serving the San Juan Islands
8D – Volareweb – Italy – Low-cost arm of Volare Airlines
8E – Bering Air – USA – Alaskan air taxi
8G – Angel Air – Thailand – Unofficial site for this domestic airline
8H – Harbour Air – Canada – Scheduled seaplane flights from Vancouver
8M – MaxAir – Sweden – Flights connecting Malmö, Sweden with Hamburg, Germany and Oslo, Norway
😯 – West Coast Air – Canada – Twin Otter service between Victoria’s Inner Harbour and Vancouver’s Coal Harbour
8P – Pacific Coastal Airlines – Canada – A Canadian partner serving the southern coast of British Columbia
8U – Afriqiyah Airways – Libya – A320s based in Tripoli and going to Europe and N. Africa
8W – BAX Global (Burlington Air Express) – USA – Cargo flights to Canada, the US and Mexico on DC-8s and B727s
9C – Wimbi Dira Airways – Congo – Domestic flights out of Kinshasa
9K – Cape Air – USA – Cape Cod, Key West, the Caribbean and the Outer Banks
9M – Central Mountain Air – Canada – Air Canada’s regional partner flies Beechcraft 1900Ds
9N – Trans States Airlines – USA – Jetstreams serving 53 US cities
9T – Transwest Air – Canada – Manitoba and Saskatchewan. Previously Athabaska Air
9W – Jet Airways – India – Thirty domestic destinations using 737s
9Y – Air Kazakstan – National carrier flies to Europe and Asia


Khác

—- – ABX Air – USA – cargo airline headquartered in Wilmington, Ohio with a fleet of over 100 aircraft
—- – Aerocaribbean – Cuba – ATRs within Cuba, and to Haiti, Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic
—- – Air Anatolia – Turkey – Ferries holiday-makers from Germany, Belgium and Holland
—- – Air Andaman – Thailand – Serves Phuket and other resort areas in the southern peninsula
—- – Air Astana – Kazakhstan – Domestic flights plus Europe and Asia
—- – Air Cargo Masters – USA – Scheduled cargo and passenger flights on Beech, Fairchild Metro and MU-2 aircraft in the northern midwest
—- – Air Nootka – Canada – Scheduled float plane service between Gold River and Kyuquot, British Columbia
—- – Air Sofia – Bulgaria – Cargo flights on AN-12 and AN-26. This firm also specializes in accommodations and golf facilities in Sofia
—- – AirCal – USA – Commemorates this now-defunct US regional carrier, bought out by American Airlines
—- – Airzena Georgian Airlines – Georgia – Two B737s connect cities in the former Soviet Union
—- – Allegheny Airlines – USA – Serves 38 cities in the eastern USA as US Airways Express
—- – Arrow Air – USA – Miami-based cargo routes in Central and South America
—- – Asian Spirit – Philippines – Domestic routes using Dash-7s, LET-410s and YS-11As
—- – Atlantic Airlines – USA – Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Louisianna and Texas
—- – AtlasJet – Turkey – Domestic flights on A320s and B757s
—- – Avianto – Russia – Charter cargo and passenger flights on various Antonov aircraft. Scheduled flights soon
—- – Blue Airlines – Argentina – Executive flights on LearJets and Metro IIIs
—- – California Coastal Airways – USA – Regional flights from Hawthorne to Las Vegas and southern California
—- – Champion Air – USA – Formerly MGM Grand Air, charter and holiday flights on eleven B727s
—- – Chelan Airways – USA – Serves Lake Chelan and The North Cascades National Park in Washington state
—- – City Connexion Airlines – Burundi – Launch customer for the Ayres 7000 aircraft
—- – Commercial Flyer – USA – Piper Chieftans fly throughout Hawaii
—- – Crystal Airways – USA – B757s serving major cities in the eastern states
—- – East Line Airlines – Russia – Cargo and passenger flights on forty aircraft to points in Russia, Europe and the Mediterranean
—- – Golden Eagle Airlines– St. Lucia – Daily Dash-8 flights between the islands of Barbados, St.Lucia, Grenada, St.Vincent and the Grenadines and Dominica
—- – Four Star Air Cargo – USA – scheduled cargo airline directly linking the U.S. and British Virgin Islands, San Juan, and Miami
—- – Funjet Express – USA – Back and forth between Fresno and Las Vegas
—- – Golden Eagle Airlines – Australia – Tourist flights and charters in the north west of Westrn Australia
—- – Grupo Taca – The alliance of Aviateca, Lacsa, Nica and Taca
—- – Independence Air – USA – A319s connect Washington Dulles with the Eastern seaboard and major West Coast cities
—- – Inter – Guatemala – One of Grupo Taca’s regional airlines. Uses Cessna Grand Caravans
—- – InterIsland Airways – Turks and Caicos – Connecting the islands
—- – Israir – Israel – Website under construction
—- – Jordan Aviation – Jordan – Charters for hire
—- – Keenair – UK – Scheduled flights between Liverpool, UK and Cork, Ireland on two Embraer Bandeirantes
—- – La Costeña – Nicaragua – One of Grupo Taca’s regional airlines
—- – Legend Airlines – USA – DC-9s between Dallas, Washington, Las Vegas, Los Angeles and New York (LGA)
—- – Love Air – Canada – Join the “Mile High Club” on a charter flight exclusively for that purpose
—- – Lynx Air International – USA – Florida to the Bahamas, Haiti, the Dominican and the Turks and Caicos using a Fairchild Metro III
—- – Malaysia Air – New York and Los Angeles to Malaysia and southeast Asia
—- – Montair Aviation – Canada – British Columbia’s Victoria, Boundary Bay and Pitt Meadows
—- – Mountain Air – New Zealand – Scenic and scheduled flights based at Taumarunui Airport
—- – Mountain Air Express – USA – Scheduled flights to California resorts
—- – Myrtle Beach Jet Express – USA – Newark and Tampa/St. Petersburg to Myrtle Beach, SC
—- – Nature Air – Costa Rica – Domestic, plus Nicaragua and Panama
—- – Nevis Express – St. Kitts and Nevis – The most daily flights between St. Kitts and Nevis
—- – North Star Airlines – USA – DC-8-73F cargo flights from JFK to Haiti
—- – Northern Air Cargo – USA – Anchorage, Alaska
—- – Northwest Seaplanes – USA – Daily service from Renton to the San Juan Islands
—- – Peace Air – Canada – Regular schedule serving Edmonton City Center, Calgary, Grande Prairie, Peace River, Fort St. John, Fort Nelson, Prince George and Jasper/Hinton
—- – Platinum Jet Air – Canada – First-class Fokker 100s between Calgary and Toronto
—- – Polonia Airlines – Poland – ANs and ILs configured for cargo
—- – Primaris Airlines – USA – First-class B757s connect major US cities with European capitals
—- – Sakhalinskie Aviatrassy (SAT) – Russia – Connects Sakhalin Island with Japan, Korea, China and eastern Russia
—- – Santa Barbara Airlines – Venezuela – Caracas to Madrid, Tenerife and Quito
—- – Sayakhat Airlines – Russia – Cargo (Ilyushin 76TD) and passenger (Tupolev 154M) flights
—- – Servicios Aéreos Profesionales – Dominican Republic – Throughout the Caribbean, Florida, Yucatan and Venezuela
—- – Spirit Airlines – Australia – No-frills domestic flights
—- – Sunrise Airlines – USA – Arizona, Utah and Nevada
—- – Tahoe Air – USA – Lake Tahoe to LAX and San Jose
—- – Tiger Airways – Singapore – Low-cost subsidiary of Singapore Airlines
—- – Vueling Airlines – Spain – Low-cost holiday carrier
—- – West Caribbean Airways – Colombia – Domestic routes, plus Aruba, Panama City and San José
—- – Zero-G – USA – Parabolic flight charters on a B727 out of Fort Lauderdale

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