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Air France is the French flag carrier and one of the world’s largest airlines. It is a subsidiary of the AIR FRANCE KLM Group and a founding member of the SkyTeam global airline alliance.
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines was founded in 1919. To this day, KLM is the oldest airline still operating under its original name and the national airline of the Netherlands. KLM has been part of the AIR FRANCE KLM group since their merger in 2004.
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...
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...
Established in 1983, Aircalin is the international airline of New Caledonia. The company serves 10 destinations in the South Pacific and offers more than 100 international routes to and from Nouméa. Aircalin links New Caledonia to the rest of the world.
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...
Kenya Airways is the national carrier of Kenya, offering an extensive network of connected flights across the African continent. The SkyTeam partnership opens up a world of travel for their passengers.
Russia’s largest airline is steeped in a tradition of hospitality. Through its hub at Sheremetyevo Airport in Moscow, Aeroflot operates flights to 94 destinations in 46 countries.
Aerolíneas Argentinas is a leading South American carrier, flying to 24 international destinations and 35 national destinations. In fact, Aerolíneas Argentinas flies to more cities in Argentina than any other airline.
Aeromexico – the leading airline of Mexico – has one of the best maintenance reliability records in the world. Its network includes both national and international destinations.
Air Corsica, formerly known as CCM Airways, operates over 80 flights daily between Corsica and numerous destinations in France and between Corsica and Rome and Venice in Italy.
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.
Alitalia – Compagnia Aerea Italiana started operations in January 2009 and is Italy’s leading airline. Through its products and services, the competence and the warm and welcoming hospitality of its staff, Alitalia aims to be recognized as an ambassador of...
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...
Established in 1986, Chalair Aviation has developed a network of domestic regular lines in France. Chalair's strength is its expertise in providing a “tailor-made” service.
China Airlines is Taiwan's largest airline company and leading Asian carrier. The airline flies to 104 destinations connecting Asia, Europe, North America and Oceania with superb, comfortable and safe services.
World-class hospitality with Eastern charm. China Eastern – with the main hub in Shanghai – is one of the three major airlines in mainland China and serves 182 destinations in a worldwide network.
China Southern Airlines ranks among the world’s six largest airlines. Its network spans 150 destinations in China and more than 40 destinations in Asia with services to Europe, America, Australia and Africa.
Comair is South Africa's longest operating airline after the national carrier. Comair cooperates with two brands: British Airways and the low-fare kulula.com. They carry 1.8 million passengers per year, locally and regionally.
Copa Holdings is a leading Latin American provider of airline passenger and cargo services. Copa Holdings offers flights through their two principal operating subsidiaries: Copa Airlines and Copa Airlines Colombia.
Czech Airlines is the flagship airline carrier of the Czech Republic. Operating from the Czech capital, Prague, Czech Airlines flies to most European capitals and major North American destinations.
Delta is the world's second largest airline in terms of passengers carried and the leading US carrier across the Atlantic, offering daily flights to 493 destinations in 87 countries.
Garuda Indonesia is the flag carrier of Indonesia and serves as a full service airline. Garuda Indonesia currently operates 82 aircrafts and serves 33 domestic and 18 international destinations in Asia, Australia and Europe.
GOL offers the most extensive and convenient routes in South America and the Caribbean, with almost 900 flights a day to 51 destinations in Brazil and 12 in other countries.
Japan Airlines is one of the largest airlines in the Asia-Pacific region, connecting Japan with 102 destinations around the world and operating some 1,000 flights per week.
Jet Airways - India's premier international airline - flies to 76 destinations across India, North America, Europe, Asia, Africa and the Gulf. JetKonnect – Jet Airways’ local brand - flies to 56 cities in India.
Consistently recognised as one of the world's leading airlines in terms of in-flight service, Korean Air flies you to destinations in Asia, the America’s, Europe and Australia.
Malaysia Airlines is one of Asia's largest carriers, daily flying 43,000 passengers to destinations worldwide. Our distinctive brand reflects the unique Malaysian culture of warmth and friendliness.
Established in 1945, Middle East Airlines (MEA) is the national carrier of Lebanon. Based in Beirut, MEA flies to more than 30 destinations in the Middle East, the Gulf, Europe and Africa.
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...
TAAG Angola Airlines is Angola's national flag carrier, operating long-haul and domestic flights.
TAROM Romanian Air Transport was founded on 18 September 1954 and now operates flights to 40 destinations throughout Europe and the Middle East. Their 23-strong fleet is among the youngest in Europe.
The French airline Twin Jet operates flights to major regional capitals in France and to Geneva in Switzerland.
Ukraine International Airlines is Ukraine’s leading airline established in 1992. Its fleet comprises 20 modern Boeing 737 aircraft offering safe and reliable transportation to 70 destinations.
Vietnam Airlines is an internationally recognised brand and a regional carrier of choice offering services ingrained with Vietnamese culture. Its network spans 20 national and 26 international destinations.
Established in 1984, Xiamen Airlines is based in Southeast China. One of the leading airlines in the country, Xiamen Airlines is the only Chinese airline to operate a fleet of solely Boeing aircraft.
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,...