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Airlines with codes that begin with a number are listed in numerical order in the "Numbers" section. Codes that include a number, but start with a letter, are listed alphabetically in the main portion of the list.

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
AY - Finnair - Finland - Official homepage for the Americas
AZ - Alitalia - Italy - Flag carrier flies to 57 countries

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

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 Airways - 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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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 - LOT Polish Airlines - Dates back to the 1920s
LP - LanPreu - 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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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 - Southwest 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

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

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

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

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
8O - 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


Capt Shekhar Gupta
AirAviator Corp
203 Royal Regency
7 Shikshak Nagar
Near Reliance Fresh Airport Rd
Indore 452005 MP India
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Tuesday, 21 February 2017

Places to Visit in Pattadakal, Sightseeing and Things to Do

Places to Visit in Pattadakal, Sightseeing and Things to Do...


Karnataka a South Indian state is one amazing place which is adobe of several historical places, temples, heritage sites which are worth of visiting once in a lifetime. The excellent state owes various popular heritage sites that are outstanding examples of the ancient art and architecture. The region is blessed with mind-blowing attractions that reveal the beauty of the enchanting wonders that surely offer a pleasurable holiday to a large number of tourists every year. Bangalore, Mysore, Coorg, Hampi, Mangalore and a few more are architectural delights and wonderful places with rich serene beauty.
Apart from these spectacular places one must visit Pattadakal which is a magnificent destination of Karnataka. The temples stand as the living example of the architectural brilliance of the skilled experts of 7th and 8th century. The sculptures, constructions style and the designs turn the place to be a UNESCO heritage site. The majestic region reveals the excellence of the skilled artisans and is one must visit destination of Karnataka. People can witness the beauty of the art and architecture of the Chalukya rulers and the impressive artwork make people feel amazed.

Pattadakal is located in the Kannada speaking state Karnataka and is situated on the bank of the Malaprabha River in Bagalakote. The fascinating region is easy to reach from Bengaluru and one can see countless monuments around the region. One can easily reach the majestic location Pattadakal by air, train and bus as there is a better means of transportation from a majority of the places around Karnataka. The Chalukya rulers designed the monuments and temples in a great way and are surrounded with several shrines which are to be visited at least once in a life.
The Chalukya rulers with the ceremonial capital Pattadakal ruled the region and built many monuments during their rule. Till date one can see the grace and charm of the royal constructions which make structure the heritage site and one can see the temples with Indo-Aryan construction style. The Chalukyan rulers in between 7th and 8th century created the wonderful temples and monuments that stand as a blend of Chalukya, Nagara, Dravidian styles. The unique architectural wonders owe a distinctive style and there are nearly ten temples which are masterpieces and are inscribed as the UNESCO heritage sites in 80’s.Along with the magnificent constructions one can see the serene beauty of the holy city as the region is known for scenic view behind the monuments which make the whole place an extraordinary region.
There are various many temples in the region which are architectural splendors and of all the Virupaksha Temple, Jain Narayana Temple, Mallikarjuna Temple, Sangameshwara Temple and a few more are known for the finest carvings as well as unique sculptures on the outer walls. Apart from the above one can even see the beauty of the carved figures on other temples including the Papanatha Temple, Jambulinga Temple and a few more complexes which are the show cases of the intricate designs that are blend of both north and south architectural styles.
·         The brilliant architectural style the oldest temples are worth of visiting and a few temples in Pattadakal were constructed to celebrate the victory of the rulers.
·         The archaeological sites are specimen of the marvelous construction style of the Chalukyan rulers and the Virupaksha Temple owes a unique place of all the temples.
·         The mandapas, stone pillars, beautiful sculptures carved in the complex and the elevation of the entrance make the temple much unique.
·         The eclectic art of the sculptures reveal the extraordinary skill of the king builders Chalukya and are worth of exploring thoroughly.
·         Apart from the Virupaksha temple the Jaya Narayana Temple is another example for the architectural style and every temple carry its own uniqueness in construction style and even in the intricate designs.
·         The dancing poses and the huge structures of the historical temples reveal the architectural taste of the rulers.
·         All the ten temples are designed by the craftsmen allow people to watch the ancient Indian architecture closely.
So, people planning to spend a holiday exploring the fascinating architectural wonders must plan a holiday to the Pattadakal which is a world heritage site. The temple complex of nearly ten temples acquired the status because of the stylish constructions which reflect the architectural brilliance. Tourists interested in visiting unsurpassable architecture need to pack the bags to the significant location in Karnataka as each and every temple in Pattadakal reflect the blend of architectural styles if those times.
Author Bio:
Sophia Peterson is a blogger and writes about travel. She loves to explore new places. Passionate about travelling. Karnataka is perfect for people to explore irrespective of culture as this state welcomes travelers to drown in the nature attractions but be cautious to spend a fabulous holiday.
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Friday, 9 December 2016

Indore to Bhopal Passport Office Car Taxi Services

Indore to Bhopal Passport Office Car Taxi Services

Monday to Friday Daily

Home Pickup and Drop 

Dep    :  6 AM Morning 
Arrival : 6 PM Evening

Tariff : 
Pax 01 :  Rs 2250 PP 
Pax 02 :  Rs 1750 PP 
Pax 03 :  Rs 1250 PP 

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