American Airlines, Inc. is a US-based airline that operates domestic and international flights. It is considered the world’s largest airline by several measures, including fleet size and scheduled passengers. Its parent company is American Airlines Group, Inc.
Transportes Aéreos Portugueses, SA, also known as TAP Air Portugal,is the state-owned flag carrier airline of Portugal and operates around 2,500 flights per week.
Koninklijke Luchtvaart Maatschappij, NV is the flag carrier airline for the Netherlands and the oldest operating airline in the world.
Philippine Airlines, a trade name of PAL Holdings, Inc., is the flag carrier airline of the Philippines.
Envoy Air, Inc., formerly known as American Eagle Airlines, is a regional airline and a wholly-owned subsidiary of American Airlines.
Iberia Lineas Aereas de Espana SA Operadora was founded in 1927 and is the flag carrier airline of Spain. It offers thousands of flights each day to almost 120 destinations in forty-five countries. Its 2010 merger with British Airways created the International Airlines Group, the third-largest commercial airline in the world by revenue. However, the airlines continue to operate under their original names.
Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd., founded in 1946, is the flag carrier of Hong Kong. It operates passenger and cargo services to more than 190 destinations in more than sixty countries around the world.
Hawaiian Airlines, Inc. is the largest airline in Hawaii and the tenth-largest in the US. It provides domestic and overseas flights.
Rocky Mountain Holdings, LLC provides medical transportation by air, with its own fleet of helicopters and fixed-wing planes.
All Nippon Airways, also known as Zen Nippon Kuyu or Zennikku, is a Japanese airline with flights to domestic and international locations. It is the largest airline in Japan, according to revenue and numbers of passengers.