|List of national flag air carriers, domestic airlines, commercial airlines with passenger and cargo service, scheduled air carrier and low cost airlines.|
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Airlines of countries in the Middle East
National Airlines of Asian Nations.
Ariana Afghan Airlines
IATA Designator: FG, ICAO Designator: AFG, Callsign: ARIANA
Afghanistan’s national carrier is the oldest and the largest Afghan airline. Ariana’s main hub is in Kabul at Kabul Airport (IATA code: KBL).
IATA Designator: J2, ICAO Designator: AHY, Callsign: AZAL
The national airline of Azerbaijan has its main hub at Heydar Aliyev International Airport (GYD), Baku.
IATA Designator: GF, ICAO Designator: GFA, Callsign: GULFAIR
Gulf Air is the flag carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain with its hub at Bahrain International Airport (BAH) close to Bahrain’s capital Manama.
IATA Designator: BN, ICAO Designator: BAB, Callsign: BAHRAINAIR
Bahrain Air is the second flag carrier of Bahrain, its primary hub is at Bahrain International Airport (BAH), Manama.
Biman Bangladesh Airlines
IATA Designator: BG, ICAO Designator: BBC, Callsign: BANGLADESH
The national flag carrier of Bangladesh, with t’s main hub at Shahjalal International Airport (formerly Zia International Airport. IATA code: DAC) in Dhaka.
IATA Designator: Z5, ICAO Designator: GMG, Callsign: GMG
Bangladesh’s leading and only private domestic airline. GMG has its main bases at Shahjalal International Airport, Dhaka, and Shah Amanat International Airport, Chittagong.
Druk Air � Royal Bhutan Airlines
IATA Designator: KB, ICAO Designator: DRK, Callsign: ROYALBHUTAN
The national carrier of the Royal Government of Bhutan, operating to eight cities in six countries (Bangladesh, India, Myanmar, Nepal, and Thailand).
Royal Brunei Airlines
IATA Designator: BI, ICAO Designator: RBA, Callsign: BRUNEI
RBA is the flag carrier airline of the Sultanate of Brunei, it has its hub at Brunei International Airport, at Brunei’s capital Bandar Seri Begawan.
Cambodia Angkor Air
IATA Designator: K6, ICAO Designator: KHV, Callsign: CAMBODIAAIR
Cambodia’s national flag carrier, Main Hub: Phnom Penh International Airport, Phnom Penh.
President Airlines (Defunct)
IATA Designator: TO, ICAO Designator: PSD, Callsign: –
Cambodia’s President Airlines was a privately owned domestic carrier based in Phnom Penh.
ChinaMajor airlines in China
IATA Designator: CA, ICAO Designator: CCA, Callsign: AIR CHINA
Flagship airline of the People’s Republic of China. Main Hub: Beijing Capital International Airport, Beijing.
China Eastern Airlines
IATA Designator: MU, ICAO Designator: CES, Callsign: CHINA EASTERN
Shanghai based Airline; offers online booking and route plan. Main Hub: Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport, Shanghai.
China Southern Airlines
IATA Designator: CZ, ICAO Designator: CSN, Callsign: CHINA SOUTHERN
China’s largest airline, provides flight information, cargo and services. Main Hub: Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport, Guangzhou.
IATA Designator: ZH, ICAO Designator: CSZ, Callsign: SHENZHENAIR
Chinese low-cost carrier offers services to destinations within China and Southeast Asia. Main Hub: Shenzhen, Guangdong province.
Former Chinese Airlines:
China Northern Airlines
IATA Designator: CJ, ICAO Designator: CBF, Callsign: CHINA NORTHERN
Shenyang based airline, merged into China Southern Airlines in 2003..
China Northwest Airlines
IATA Designator: WH, ICAO Designator: CNW, Callsign: CHINA NORTHWEST
Xian City, was a Shaanxi Province based airline now merged with China Eastern Airlines.
China Yunnan Airlines
IATA Designator: 3Q, ICAO Designator: CYH, Callsign: YUNNAN
Kunming, Yunnan Province, merged with China Eastern Airlines in 2003.
IATA Designator: CY, ICAO Designator: CYP, Callsign: CYPRUS
Cyprus Airways is the national airline of Cyprus, it operates scheduled services to 21 destinations in Europe and the Middle East. Its main hub is Larnaca International Airport (LCA) and a second hub at Paphos International Airport (PFO). See map of Cyprus for the location of the airports.
IATA Designator: CX, ICAO Designator: CPA, Callsign: CATHAY
Cathay Pacific is the flag carrier of Hong Kong. On its website you can make reservations, get information about frequent flyer programs and flight schedules. Main Hub is Hong Kong International Airport, Hong Kong.
IATA Designator: KA, ICAO Designator: HDA, Callsign: DRAGON
Serves various destinations in Asia. The airline is is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cathay Pacific. Main Hub: Chek Lap Kok Airport (Hong Kong International Airport), Hong Kong.
IATA Designator: AI, ICAO Designator: AIC, Callsign: AIRINDIA
The national flag carrier and the oldest airline of India. Main Hub: Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi.
IATA Designator: IX, ICAO Designator: AXB, Callsign: EXPRESS INDIA
Low-cost airline subsidiary of Air India, operating destinations in Gulf & Middle Eastern and some Southeast Asian destinations.
Air Deccan (Kingfisher Red)
IATA Designator: IT, ICAO Designator: KFR, Callsign: KINGFISHER
India’s well-known chartered aviation major now named Kingfisher Red.
Alliance Air (now Air India Regional)
IATA Designator: CD, ICAO Designator: LLR, Callsign: ALLIED
Low-cost subsidiary of Indian Airlines, based in Delhi. After merger of Indian Airlines with Air India renamed to Air India Regional
Domestic low cost carrier serves destinations across India. The airline is based in Mumbai.
IATA Designator: IC, ICAO Designator: IAC, Callsign: INDAIR
In December 2005 the airline was rebranded as Indian, it is an Indian domestic carrier based in Mumbai, the airline offers also several international services to neighboring countries in Asia. The Government of India announced in 2007 that Indian would be merged into Air India.
IATA Designator: 9W, ICAO Designator: JAI, Callsign: JETAIRWAYS
The domestic airline Jet Airways flies to 40 destinations in India. Main Hub: Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai
JetLite (formerly Air Sahara)
IATA Designator: S2, ICAO Designator: JLL, Callsign: LITEJET
JetLite is a leading player in the Indian aviation market, based in Mumbai, owned by Jet Airways.
IATA Designator: IT, ICAO Designator: KFA, Callsign: KINGFISHER
Domestic private airline serves destination within India. Hub: Bengaluru International Airport, Bangalore.
IATA Designator: -, ICAO Designator: PHE, Callsign: PAWANHANS
India’s leading helicopter operator, Hub: Juhu Aerodrome, Mumbai.
IATA Designator: GA, ICAO Designator: GIA, Callsign: INDONESIA
The Indonesian national airline, Main Hub: Soekarno-Hatta International Airport (CGK), Jakarta. Garuda currently flies to 30 domestic and 24 international destinations. The airline is named after the mystical, giant bird Garuda, the carrier of the God Vishnu.
ATA Designator: JT, ICAO Designator: LNI, Callsign: LIONINTER
Indonesia’s largest private carrier. Lion Air offers an extensive domestic network and flies also to Malaysia, Singapore, Saudi Arabia and Vietnam. Main Hub: Soekarno-Hatta International Airport (CGK), Jakarta.
All Nippon Airways (ANA)
IATA Designator: NH, ICAO Designator: ANA, Callsign: ALL NIPPON
Second largest airline in Japan is serving 49 destinations in Japan and over 30 international destinations. ANA’s main international hubs are at Narita International Airport (NRT), Tokyo and Kansai International Airport (ITM) in Osaka.
IATA Designator: JL, ICAO Designator: JAL, Callsign: JAPANAIR
Japan’s flag carrier, its main hubs are at Narita International Airport and Tokyo International Airport (NRT), Tokyoand Kansai International Airport (ITM), Osaka.
Japan Airlines Domestic
IATA Designator: -, ICAO Designator: JLJ, Callsign: J-BIRD
Former domestic carrier merged with Japan Airlines into a single brand, Japan Airlines International.[
IATA Designator: KC, ICAO Designator: KZR, Callsign: ASTANALINE
Air Astana is the national flag carrier of Kazakhstan, it operates scheduled domestic and international services. Its main bases are Astana International Airport (TSE), Astana Kazakhstan’s capital, and Almaty International Airport (ALA), Almaty.
IATA Designator: K4, ICAO Designator: KZK, Callsign: AIR KAZAKSTAN
Established as Kazakhstan Airways (1990) but changed its name to Air Kazakhstan (in 1997). Air Kazakhstan was the national flag carrier, it ceased operations in February 2004.
IATA Designator: JS, ICAO Designator: KOR, Callsign: AIRKORYO
Air Koryo is North Korea’s national airline. Its main hub is at Sunan International Airport (FNJ), Pyongyang.
IATA Designator: OZ, ICAO Designator: AAR, Callsign: ASIANA
Korea’s second largest carrier. The airline has its domestic hub at Gimpo International Airport (GMP) and its international hub at Incheon International Airport (ICN).
IATA Designator: BX, ICAO Designator: ABL, Callsign: AIRBUSAN
Air Busan is is a regional airline. The subsidiary of Asiana Airlines operates its hub at Gimhae International Airport (PUS), Busan.
IATA Designator: KE, ICAO Designator: KAL, Callsign: KOREANAIR
Korea’s national flag carrier and the largest airline of South Korea. Korean Air has its main hubs at the country’s primary airport Incheon International Airport (ICN) on Yeongjong island in Incheon which serves the national capital area and at Gimpo International Airport (GMP), Seoul which primarily serves domestic flights.
JSC “Aircompany “KYRGYZSTAN”
IATA Designator: QH, ICAO Designator: LYN, Callsign: ALTYN AVIA
Kyrgyzstan Aircompany is an airline based in Bishkek, its main hub is at Manas International Airport (FRU) near Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan operates a second hub at Osh Airport (OSS), Osh. The airline operates scheduled domestic services and international services to China, Dubai, Russia, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.
IATA Designator: QV, ICAO Designator: LAO, Callsign: LAO
Laos’ national carrier is based in Vientiane the capital of Lao PDR. Lao Airlines is operating domestic services and international services to Cambodia, China, Thailand and Vietnam. Its main base is Wattay International Airport, Vientiane.
Macau (China SAR)
IATA Designator: NX, ICAO Designator: AMU, Callsign: AIRMACAU
Air Macau is the flag carrier airline of Macau with its hub and headquarters at at Macau International Airport (MFM), Macau, offers convenient connections between World’s major cities and China and is a common transfer point for people traveling between mainland China and Taiwan.
IATA Designator: AK, ICAO Designator: AXM, Callsign: ASIAN EXPRESS
AirAsia is a Malaysian airline and Asia’s first and largest low cost carrier. AirAsia operates scheduled domestic and international flights. Its main hub is at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL). AirAsia’s affiliate airlines Thai AirAsia has its hub at Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK). Bangkok, and Indonesia AirAsia at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport (CGK), Jakarta.
IATA Designator: MH, ICAO Designator: MAS, Callsign: MALAYSIAN
Malaysia Airline is the flag carrier of Malaysia it serves over 100 destinations in Asia, Australia, USA and Europe. The airline has its main base at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL), near Malaysia’s capital Kuala Lumpur.
IATA Designator: Q2, ICAO Designator: DQA, Callsign: ISLAND AVIATION
Maldivian is the national flag carrier of the Maldives. In addition to its inter-island services the airline operates also international flights. Main base is Mal� International Airport (MLE) on Hulhul� Island near Male, the capital of the Maldives.
Trans Maldivian Airways
IATA Designator: -, ICAO Designator: HUM, Callsign: HUM
Originally called Hummingbird Island Helicopters, TMA is the oldest Air transfer operator in the Maldives.
MIAT Mongolian Airlines
IATA Designator: OM, ICAO Designator: MGL, Callsign: MONGOLAIR
The airline operates domestic and international scheduled services to destinations in Europe (Berlin), Russia (Moscow), and Asia (Beijing, Osaka, Tokyo and Seoul). Mongolian’s main base is Chinggis Khaan International Airport (ULN) near Ulaanbaatar.
IATA Designator: W9, ICAO Designator: JAB, Callsign: AIRBAGAN
Air Bagan operates domestic scheduled services to 17 destinations, as well as to Chiang Mai, Thailand and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Air Bagan’s main bases are at Yangon International Airport (RGN), Yangon and Mandalay International Airport (MDL), Mandalay.
IATA Designator: 6T, ICAO Designator: -, Callsign: –
A domestic and regional carrier for the tourism sector. Air Mandalay, based in Yangon, operates flights to all major tourist destinations within Myanmar including Bagan (Nyaung U), Mandalay, Heho (Inle Lake) and Ngapali Beach near Thandwe.
IATA Designator: UB, ICAO Designator: UBA, Callsign: UNIONAIR
Myanmar Airways International (MAI)
IATA Designator: 8M, ICAO Designator: MMA, Callsign: MYANMAR
Myanma Airways is Myanmar’s flag carrier. Myanma Airways and Region Air formed a joint venture Airline called Myanmar Airways International (MAI). Myanma Airways operates domestic flights only while Myanmar Airways International operates international flights to Bangkok, Guangzhou (China), Kuala Lumpur and Singapore. Main Hub is Yangon International Airport (RGN)
IATA Designator: YH, ICAO Designator: FSC, Callsign: HOTELKILO
Domestic airline in Myanmar.
Nepal Airlines (formerly Royal Nepal Airlines)
IATA Designator: RA, ICAO Designator: RNA, Callsign: ROYALNEPAL
Nepal Airlines is the national flag-carrier airline with its hub at Kathmandu‘s Tribhuvan International Airport. The airline serves destinations in Asia and Europe with more than 30 domestic and 7 international routes.
IATA Designator: U4, ICAO Designator: BHA, Callsign: BUDDHAAIR
Buddha Air is a regional airline based in Kathmandu, Nepal. It operates domestic services within Nepal and offers flights to Lucknow, in Uttar Pradesh, India and Paro Airport in Bhutan.
IATA Designator: G1
Scheduled and charter flights to domestic destinations.
Shangri La Air (Defunct)
Shangri-La Air was a private domestic airline based in Nepal. It merged with Necon Air in 2001. Necon Air became defunct in 2003.
Pakistan International Airlines (PIA)
IATA Designator: PK, ICAO Designator: PIA, Callsign: PAKISTAN
Pakistan International Airlines is the flag carrier of Pakistan, the airline has its main hub at Jinnah International Airport (KHI) in Karachi, PIA has secondary hubs at Allama Iqbal International Airport (LHE), Lahore, and Benazir Bhutto International Airport (ISB), Islamabad.
Star Air Aviation
IATA Designator: 6S, ICAO Designator: URJ, Callsign: STARAV
Private limited Air Charter Services, a cargo airline based in Karachi.
Cebu Pacific Air
IATA Designator: 5J, ICAO Designator: CPI, Callsign: CEBU AIR
Is the Philippine’s second flag carrier. Cebu Pacific is the country’s leading domestic carrier, serving most domestic destinations as well as international destinations in Asia. Its main hub is at Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MIA), Manila.
IATA Designator: PR, ICAO Designator: PAL, Callsign: PHILIPPINE
Philippine Airlines is the national carrier of the Philippines. PAL has its main hubs at Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MIA), Manila and Mactan-Cebu International Airport (CEB) near Cebu City.
IATA Designator: Z2, ICAO Designator: RIT, Callsign: ZEST
Zest Airways (formerly Asian Spirit), flies to most destinations in the Philippines, it operates scheduled domestic services, mainly feeder services. Zest Airways has its hub at Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MIA), Manila.
IATA Designator: SU, ICAO Designator: AFL, Callsign: AEROFLOT
The Russian flag carrier and largest airline in Russia has its hub for passenger operations at Sheremetyevo International Airport (SVO), one of Moscow‘s three airports.
Pulkovo Aviation Enterprise
IATA Designator: FV, ICAO Designator: PLK, Callsign: PULKOVO
PAE was one of the biggest enterprises in aviation industry of Russia. The state owned company was the third largest airline in the country. In October 2006 it completed a merger with government owned State Transport Company Rossiya to form a new company under the Rossiya (transl. Russia) brand name.
IATA Designator: FV, ICAO Designator: SDM, Callsign: RUSSIA
The airline is Russia’s second flag carrier, it operates scheduled and charter passenger flights from its main base at Pulkovo Airport (LED), Saint Petersburg. Rossiya operates flights to 70 destinations in the Russian Federation, 22 destinations in 9 countries of CIS, and 36 destinations in 20 countries of Europe and Asia.
Siberia Airlines – S7 Airlines
IATA Designator: S7, ICAO Designator: SBI, Callsign: SIBERIAN AIRLINES
S7 operates a large domestic route network and international scheduled passenger flights. Its main hubs are at Moscow’s Domodedovo International Airport (DME), and Tolmachevo Airport (OVB), Novosibirsk.
IATA Designator: UN, ICAO Designator: TSO, Callsign: TRANSOVIET
Transaero Airlines serves domestic destinations and operates flights to Europe, the Middle East, Asia, and North America. Transaero’s main base is Domodedovo International Airport (DME), Moscow and Pulkovo Airport (LED), Saint Petersburg.
IATA Designator: P2, ICAO Designator: TMN, Callsign: TJUMAVI
Utair Aviation is one of the five largest air carriers of Russia and the largest Russian helicopter airline. It operates scheduled domestic and some international passenger services, scheduled helicopter services. UTair operates the largest aircraft fleet in Russia, its main base is at Roschino International Airport (TJM), Tyumen.
IATA Designator: NN, ICAO Designator: MOV, Callsign: MOVAIR
VIM Airlines operates domestic and some international scheduled passenger services. The airline has its main base at Moscow’s Domodedovo International Airport (DME).
Jetstar Asia Airways
IATA Designator: 3K, ICAO Designator: JSA, Callsign: JETSTARASIA
Jetstar Asia, the Asian offshoot of Australia’s Qantas’ Jetstar Airways is a low-cost airline with its main hub at Singapore Changi Airport (SIN), Singapore.
IATA Designator: MI, ICAO Designator: SLK, Callsign: SILKAIR
The Regional Wing of Singapore Airlines, connects to 25 destinations in Asia.
IATA Designator: SQ, ICAO Designator: SIA, Callsign: SINGAPORE
The flag carrier of Singapore serves over 90 destinations in 40 countries, its amin hub is at Singapore’s Changi Airport (SIN).The airline’s website has information to routes, schedules, inflight dining and online reservations.
IATA Designator: TG, ICAO Designator: TGW, Callsign: GOCAT
Tiger Airways is currently, in terms of passengers carried, the largest low-cost airline operating out of Singapore. The company’s hub is at Singapore Changi Airport’s Budget Terminal.
IATA Designator: VF, ICAO Designator: VLU, Callsign: VALUE
Privately owned budget airline operating out of Singapore currently flies to Bangkok, Jakarta, Hong Kong, Perth (Australia), Chengdu and Xiamen (both cities in China).
IATA Designator: UL, ICAO Designator: ALK, Callsign: SRILANKAN
The former Air Lanka is Sri Lanka’s flag carrier, its main base is at Bandaranaike International Airport in Colombothe capital city of the country. On its website the company provides flight schedules, reservations, vacation information and more.
IATA Designator: 7J, ICAO Designator: TJK, Callsign: TAJIKAIR
The State Unitary Aviation Enterprise “Tajik Air” is the national air carrier of Tajikistan. It has its main hub at Dushanbe International Airport (DYU), Dushanbe, national capital of Tajikistan. The airline operates scheduled flights to destinations in Central Asia and Russia.
Taiwan (Republic of China, ROC)
China Airlines CAL
IATA Designator: CI, ICAO Designator: CAL, Callsign: DYNASTY
CAL is Taiwan’s largest airline and the national flag carrier. The company is operating one of the youngest fleet in the world. With a fleet of 66 aircraft CAL is operating an international route network to 95 destinations in 29 countries. Main base is at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (IATA code: TPE), Taipei.
IATA Designator: BR, ICAO Designator: EVA, Callsign: EVA
EVA Airways Taiwan, the second largest Taiwanese airline is operating passenger and dedicated cargo services to over 40 international destinations. Its hub is at at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (TPE), Taipei.
Far Eastern Air Transport – FAT(defunct)
IATA Designator: EF, ICAO Designator: FEA, Callsign: FAR EASTERN
Far Eastern Air Transport was the first private air transport company completely run by Taiwan people. FAT operated domestic services from Taipei and Kaohsiung to five regional cities and international services to Southeast Asia, South Korea and Palau. Far Eastern’s main base was Taipei Songshan Airport (TSA).
IATA Designator: AE, ICAO Designator: MDA, Callsign: MANDARIN
The subsidiary of China Airlines operates domestic and international routes. Main base is at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (TPE), Taipei.
IATA Designator: B7, ICAO Designator: UIA, Callsign: GLORY
UNI Airways is the result of the merging of Great China Airlines and Taiwan Airways. The subsidiary of EVA Air operates mainly flights to domestic destinations, as well as scheduled international flights to Bangkok, Hanoi and Seoul. The company’s main hub is at Taiwan’s second largest airport Kaohsiung International Airport (KHH), Kaohsiung City.
Transasia Airways TNA
IATA Designator: GE, ICAO Designator: TNA, Callsign: TRANSASIA
Transasia Airways operates mainly domestic flights as well as some international scheduled and charter services to PR China, East Asia, and Southeast Asia. TNA’s main hub is at Taipei Songshan Airport (TSA) Taipei.
IATA Designator: PG, ICAO Designator: BKP, Callsign: BANGKOKAIR
Bangkok Airways is a regional carrier which offers scheduled services to destinations in Thailand, Cambodia, China, Lao PDR, Maldives, Myanmar and Singapore. Its main base is at Bangkok‘s new international Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK).
IATA Designator: DD, ICAO Designator: NOK, Callsign: NOKAIR
Thai regional low fare airline operates domestic services to many cities in Thailand. Main hub is Bangkok’s Don Mueang International Airport (DMK)
Orient Thai Airlines
IATA Designator: OX, ICAO Designator: OEA, Callsign: ORIENTTHAI
Orient Thai operates scheduled and chartered domestic flights and scheduled international flights to Incheon (ICN), South Korea, and Hong Kong (HKG).
IATA Designator: (9R), ICAO Designator: VAP, Callsign: PHUKETAIR
The regional carrier ceased scheduled operations.
Thai Airways International
IATA Designator: TG, ICAO Designator: THA, Callsign: THAI
Thai Airways International is Thailand’s national carrier and largest airline of Thailand. The airline’s main hub is at Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK), Bangkok. Thai Airways has a fleet of 99 aircraft and operates flights to over 70 destinations world-wide.
IATA Designator: TS, ICAO Designator: TUA, Callsign: TURKMENISTAN
Turkmenistan Airlines is Turkmenistan’s flag carrier, its main hub is at Ashgabat Airport, in Ashgabat the capital city of the country. The airline operates scheduled flights to destinations in CIS states, Europe and Asia.
IATA Designator: HY, ICAO Designator: UZB, Callsign: UZBEKISTAN
Uzbekistan Havo Yullary is Uzbekistan’s flag carrier airline, it operates flights within the CIS, plus to destinations in Europe, Middle East, the USA and Asia. Its hub is at Tashkent International Airport (TAS), near Tashkent.
IATA Designator: VN, ICAO Designator: HVN, Callsign: VIETNAM
Vietnam Airlines is the national flag carrier of Vietnam. It serves domestic destinations and destinations in Indochina, South East and North Asia, Australia, Europe and the United States. The company operates hubs at Noi Bai International Airport (HAN) near Hanoi and Tan Son Nhat International Airport (SGN), Ho Chi Minh City(Saigon).
Airlines of Western Asia and the Middle EastNational Airlines and major carrier of countries of the Middle East.
IATA Designator: IR, ICAO Designator: IRA, Callsign: IRANAIR
The government owned “Airline of the Islamic Republic of Iran” is the national carrier airline of Iran. Iran Air has its main bases for international flights at Tehran Imam Khomeini International Airport and for domestic flights at Tehran Mehrabad Airport. See the location of the airports on the searchable map of Tehran.
Iran Air Tours
IATA Designator: B9, ICAO Designator: IRB, Callsign: –
The subsidiary of Iran Air is a regional travel carrier, it operates scheduled domestic services and international services in the Middle East.
IATA Designator: IA, ICAO Designator: IAW, Callsign: IRAQI
Iraqi Airways, also known as Air Iraq, is the national flag carrier of the Republic of Iraq, its hub is at Baghdad International Airport in Baghdad. Iraqi Airways operates domestic and regional services.
El Al Israel Airlines
IATA Designator: LY, ICAO Designator: ELY, Callsign: ELAL
Israel’s national airline operates scheduled domestic and international services and cargo flights, its main hub is at Ben Gurion International Airport (TLV) near Tel Aviv.
IATA Designator: RJ, ICAO Designator: RJA, Callsign: JORDANIAN
Royal Jordanian Airline is the country’s flag carrier that operates its main base at Queen Alia International Airport (AMM), Amman.
IATA Designator: -, ICAO Designator: RWZ, Callsign: –
Levant’s commuter airline offers regional scheduled and charter flights. Its main base is Queen Alia International Airport (AMM), Amman.
IATA Designator: KU, ICAO Designator: KAC, Callsign: KUWAITI
Kuwait Airways Corporation, serves destinations in the Middle East, North Africa, Europe, Asia and USA. It is Kuwait’s national airline, its main hub is at Kuwait International Airport (KWI) south of Kuwait City.
MEA – Middle East Airlines
IATA Designator: ME, ICAO Designator: MEA, Callsign: CEDARJET
Middle East Airlines – AirLiban is the national flag-carrier of Lebanon, with its main base at Beirut Rafic Hariri International Airport (BEY) near Beirut. MEA operates scheduled international flights in the Middle East, to Europe and West Africa.
TMA Cargo (formerly TMA – Trans Mediterranean Airways)
IATA Designator: TL, ICAO Designator: TMA, Callsign: TANGO LIMA
Trans Mediterranean Airways is a cargo airline based in Beirut.
IATA Designator: WY, ICAO Designator: OMA, Callsign: OMANAIR
Oman Air is the national flag airline of the country, its hub is at Muscat International Airport (MCT), in Oman’s capital Muscat.
IATA Designator: QR, ICAO Designator: QTR, Callsign: QATARI
The national carrier of the Arabian Gulf State of Qatar operates a hub-and-spoke network to more than 95 international destinations. Qatar Airways’ main hub is at Doha International Airport (DOH) in Doha, the capital city of Qatar.
Saudi Arabian Airlines
IATA Designator: SV, ICAO Designator: SVA, Callsign: SAUDIA
Saudi Arabian Airlines is the country’s flag carrier airline, it operates domestic and international scheduled flights to more than 90 destinations, as well as domestic and international charter flights, mainly during Ramadan and the Hajj season. SAA’s main hubs are at King Abdulaziz International Airport (JED) in Jiddah, King Khalid International Airport (RUH) in Riyadh, and King Fahd International Airport (DMM) in Dammam.
IATA Designator: RB, ICAO Designator: SYR, Callsign: SYRIANAIR
Syrian Arab Airlines offers specialist pilgrimage and archeological journeys to selected destinations in the Middle East including Syria, Iraq and Iran. It also operates scheduled international services to over 40 destinations in Asia, Europe and North Africa. Syrian Aie’s main hub is at Damascus International Airport (DAM), in the capital of the Syrian Arab Republic Damascus.
IATA Designator: KK, ICAO Designator: KKK, Callsign: ATLASJET
Atlasjet operates domestic and international scheduled passenger services and regular charter flights to Europe, Kazakhstan and the United Arab Emirates, its main hub is at Atatürk International Airport (IST), Istanbul.
IATA Designator: TK, ICAO Designator: THY, Callsign: TURKISH
Turkish Airlines is the national carrier of Turkey. From its hub at Atatürk International Airport (IST), Istanbul the company operates scheduled flights to 38 domestic and 125 international destinations.
IATA Designator: PC, ICAO Designator: PGT, Callsign: SUNTURK
Pegasus Airlines is a low-cost carrier with a fleet of 32 aircraft. The airline is operating flights to 18 domestic and 25 international destinations, its main hub is at Sabiha Gökçen International Airport (SAW) near Istanbul.
IATA Designator: XQ, ICAO Designator: SXS, Callsign: SUNEXPRESS
From its hub at Antalya Airport (AYT) near Antalya, SunExpress operates scheduled and charter flights to destinations in Central Europe.
United Arab Emirates
Abu Dhabi Aviation
Largest commercial helicopter operator in the Middle East, the company serves oil-fields and facilities in the United Arab Emirates.
IATA Designator: G9, ICAO Designator: ABY, Callsign: ARABIA
Air Arabia is the first and largest low cost carrier in the Middle East and North Africa. It operates flights to 65 destinations across the Middle East, North Africa, Asia and Europe. The airline operates from 3 hubs in Sharjah International Airport (SHJ), Sharjah, UAE, Mohamed V International Airport (CMN) Casablanca, Morocco and Alexandria International Airport (ALY) Alexandria, Egypt.
IATA Designator: EY, ICAO Designator: EDT, Callsign: ETIHAD
Etihad Airways is the national airline of the United Arab Emirates and the flag carrier airline of Abu Dhabi. The airline connects Abu Dhabi with almost all primary airports in the world. Its main base is Abu Dhabi International Airport (AUH), Abu Dhabi
IATA Designator: EK, ICAO Designator: UAE, Callsign: EMIRATES
Emirates is the largest airline in the Middle East and is the national airline of the Emirate of Dubai. Currently Emirates flies to 105 cities in 62 countries. Its hub is at Dubai International Airport (DXB), Dubai.
IATA Designator: RT, ICAO Designator: RKM, Callsign: RAKAIR
RAK Airways is the national airline carrier of Ras al-Khaimah Emirate. It operates flights to Kozhikode (Calicut) Kerala State, India, to Jeddah, in Saudi Arabia, to Dhaka and Chittagong in Bangladesh and to Cairo, Egypt. Rakairways has its hub at Ras Al Khaimah International Airport (RKT), Ras al-Khaimah (City), UAE.
IATA Designator: -, ICAO Designator: ROJ, Callsign: ROYALJET
Premium private charter aircraft service. Its main base is Abu Dhabi International Airport, with hubs at Dubai International Airport (DXB) and King Abdulaziz International Airport (JED), Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
IATA Designator: IY, ICAO Designator: IYE, Callsign: YEMENI
Yemenia Airways is the national flag carrier airline, it operates scheduled domestic and regional services as well as international services to more than 30 destinations in Africa, the Middle East, Europe, and Asia. The airline’s main base is Sana’a International Airport (SAH) Sana’a, and it operates a hub at Aden International Airport (ADE), Aden.