If you love to travel, you’ll probably want to link to the airlines that service various countries. Here are some links we’ve found useful:
Airlines of Australia – Airlines, airports and flights in Australia
Airlines of Austria – Austrian airline, airport and flight information
Airlines of Belgium – Belgian airline, airport and flight information
Airlines of Canada – Canadian airline, airport and flight information
Airlines of Czech Republic – Czech airline, airport and flight information
Airlines of Denmark – Danish airline, airport and flight information
Airlines of Finland – Finnish airline, airport and flight information
Airlines of France – French airline, airport and flight information
Airlines of Germany – German airline, airport and flight information
Airlines of Hong Kong – Hong Kong airlines, airports and flights
Airlines Around the World
This site has a list of international airlines, as well as other useful information for buying airline tickets.
The main page has a list of countries and companies that service them. Clicking on the country name brings up a list of the companies that service that country, along with their websites and phone numbers (where available). You can also choose to see a summary of travel information for that country.
You can search by airport code, city or airport name (e.g., “London”) if you want to find out what airlines fly into a particular airport.
Air Travel Around the World
Air travel has become an increasingly economical and convenient means of travel. All over the world, major airlines are offering competitive rates for service. The following information is provided for you to compare prices and services offered by major international airlines.
Airlines in Africa
Egypt Air: http://www.egyptair-usa.com/
South African Airways: http://www.flysaa.com/
Tunis Air: http://www.tunisair.com/
Airlines in Asia & South Pacific
Air China: http://www.airchina.com/en/index.html
Air India (includes a listing of offices & agencies around the world): http://www.airindia.com/content_faq_aboutus_officesworldwide_index.htm
Airlines broken down by country.
When you book an airline ticket, you are buying a commodity. All major airlines fly the same routes and have similar schedules. The difference between them mainly comes down to price, comfort, convenience and safety.
As a general rule, the more expensive airlines are better than the cheaper ones. If you want to pay less than everybody else, you have to be willing to accept some inconveniences: slower service, fewer amenities and less comfortable seating.
But there is one thing you don’t have to sacrifice when choosing a cheaper airline: safety. The safest airlines have some of the cheapest fares. The most dangerous airlines also happen to be among the most expensive.
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