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HOP! is a wholly owned Air France subsidiary formed through the synergy of three carriers – Brit Air, Regional and Airlinair. With this partnership, members can now look forward to even more opportunities to earn and spend Miles on flights within France and throughout Europe.
Established in 1986, Air Europa now boasts a fleet of state-of-the-art Boeing, Airbus and Embraer aircraft with the highest quality and safety standards. Air Europa is Spain’s second largest airline. They are the only Spanish airline certified in all the areas of Quality, Safety and Environment.
Created in 1967, Air Mauritius helped in connecting Mauritius to the rest of the world by regularly opening new routes. With flights to and from Europe, Asia, Australia and Africa, Air Mauritius now serves 19 regional and international destinations.
Alaska Airlines* offers low airfares on all airline tickets to destinations throughout the United States, western Canada and Mexico. They also offer 115 weekly flights to all major islands in Hawaii. * From 1 April 2018, Alaska Airlines will no longer be a Flying Blue partner. Please review details below for Alaska Airlines mileage earning and spending information.
Alitalia Società Aerea Italiana is a completely private company in Italy and among the leading players in Europe. It operates a fleet consisting of 120 aircraft, including 24 long-haul, 76 medium-haul and 20 regional. Alitalia’s hub is the Leonardo Da Vinci airport in Rome Fiumicino.
Bangkok Airways, also known as 'Asia's Boutique Airline', was the first private aviation company in Thailand when it was founded in 1986. Over hundred flights are taking off daily from Suvarnabhumi Airport to some of the most beautiful beach destinations in the world such as Samui, Phuket, Trat (Koh Chang) and the Maldive Islands or to the World Heritage sites Sukhotathi, Luang Prabang and Siem Reap...
JOON is the newest member of the Air France family and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Air France. JOON is designed for today’s generation: it is spontaneous, keen on new experiences and absolutely digital. JOON’s offer will be innovative, connected and distinctive in the world of air transport. Its quality standards will remain true to those upheld by Air France.
Saudia, the national carrier of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, operates a fleet of over 139 jets to 78 domestic and international destinations in the Middle East, Africa, the Indian subcontinent, the Far East, Europe and the United States of America, carrying over 21 million passengers a year.
TAAG Angola Airlines is Angola's national flag carrier, operating long-haul and domestic flights.
Transavia is a low-cost airline, part of the AIR FRANCE KLM Group, that offers charter flights and scheduled flights to summer and winter holiday destinations, mainly in Europe and the Mediterranean. Transavia flights are operated by two different companies: Transavia Airlines (based in the Netherlands; flight number starting with HV) and Transavia France (based in France; flight number starting with TO).
Wijet is one of the fastest growing on-demand and one of the most dynamic airlines in Europe. Next to being the highest private jet operator in Europe, Wijet is operating with a unique business model worldwide. Their motto: "one price, one aircraft type, one service".
WestJet was founded in 1996 by Clive Beddoe and a team of like-minded partners. They believed that just because you pay less for your flight doesn’t mean you should get less. Armed with that philosophy, three aircraft, five destinations and 220 friendly WestJetters, they began their journey – a journey that would help them become a company of more than 12,000 passionate WestJetters flying their fleet of...