Eurocypria Airlines was a charter airline of Cyprus which operated leisure services between Cyprus and major cities across Europe. It ceased all operations in 2010.
Lauda Air was an airline of Austria which once operated an extensive network across the world, including to the Far East and Australia. In 2013, the brand ceased to exist and was replaced by Austrian myHoliday as the charter operations o...
VLM Airlines was an airline of Belgium based in Antwerp. The brand ceased to exist in 2010 as it was rebranded as CityJet after the acquisition by Air France-KLM group. The hub was also moved from Antwerp to London City.
SkyWest Airlines, operating as Delta Connection, is an American airline which operated feeder flights on behalf of Delta Air Lines
Air Tahiti Nui is the international airline of French Polynesia, operating long haul services to New Zealand, Australia, Japan, the United States and France. Domestic routes are operated by Air Tahiti.
STA Trans African Airlines was an airline of Mali based in Bamako, serving regional West African destinations. It ceased to operate in 2005.
Mauritania Airways was a short-lived airline of Mauritania based in Nouakchott, operating from 2007 to 2010.
CommutAir, operating as United Express, is an American airline which operated feeder flights on behalf of United Airlines from its bases in Newark and Washington Dulles.
Lufthansa is the flag carrier of Germany and is in Top 5 world’s largest airline by revenue, and the largest by the number of employees. A founding member of Star Alliance, Lufthansa operates an extensive network of destinations around t...