Airlines Network

Aerolíneas Estelar is a Venezuelan airline headquartered in Caracas operating out of Simón Bolívar International Airport.

Air Canada is the flag carrier and the largest airline of Canada by fleet size and passengers carried. The airline, founded in 1937, provides scheduled and charter air transport for passengers and cargo to 207 destinations worldwide. It is a founding member of the Star Alliance. Air Canada's major hubs are at Montréal–Trudeau International Airport (YUL), Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) and Vancouver International Airport (YVR).

Air Moldova is the national airline of Moldova headquartered in Chișinău It mainly operates scheduled and charter services to destinations within Europe from its base at Chișinău International Airport.

Cabo Verde Airlines is an international airline based in Cape Verde. It connects three continents with non-stop flights from their hub at Amílcar Cabral International Airport on Sal Island.

Cubana de Aviación S.A., widely referred to as Cubana (CU), is Cuba’s national carrier. The airline's hub is located at José Martí International Airport. Established in October 1929, it is one of the earliest airlines to be founded in Latin America. Сubana operates to Havana from Barcelona, Madrid, Buenos Aires and Cayo Coco. Flights from Europe primarily operating from Spain are conducted by Plus Ultra Líneas Aéreas on behalf of Cubana, utilizing Airbus A340 aircraft.

Euroairlines, established in Spain in 2000, is a prominent player in aviation technology and services, offering comprehensive distribution solutions. These include Interline, Hosting, and Comprehensive Distribution services, allowing airlines to streamline inventory management, payment processing and operational tasks. With an extensive platform, Euroairlines facilitates global ticket distribution. To bolster its international footprint, Euroairlines has initiated a new partnership in Greece to enhance direct flights and service quality in Europe. All Euroairlines’ partner airlines routes are now available in Greece via IATA Q4-291 plate.

Neos is an Italian airline, headquartered in Somma Lombardo, Lombardy. It is a subsidiary of Alpitour S.p.A. It operates a fleet of Boeing 737 Next Generation, Boeing 767, and Boeing 787 aircraft to over 73 scheduled domestic, European and intercontinental destinations. The airline operates from its main hub at Milan Malpensa Airport.

Norwegian after its restructuring in 2021, is becoming a fast growing Airfreight provider on all destinations in the Nordic countries and many destinations in Europe.

Pegasus Airlines is a leading low-cost airline in Turkey headquartered in Sabiha Gökçen Airport, which provides reasonably-priced transportation opportunities on point-to-point basis in short and medium range flight lines and aims to set up a wide flight network with high flight frequency for guests. Pegasus Airlines initiate operations in Athens with 3 weekly flights from Izmir to Athens. The Airline extended its operations in 2013 with 10 weekly flights from Istanbul (Sabiha Airport) to Athens (Eleftherios Venizelos Airport)

Having started its Cargo operations in 2009 in Greece, Pegasus Cargo today serves 97 destinations in 38 countries; 33 in Turkey and 64 internationally. Pegasus Cargo has increased the cargo it carries two-fold in the last five years and as of 2015, increased its cargo weight carried to 11,716,948 kg, translating to a 17% year on year growth.

Star Perú (2I) is a Peruvian airline established in 1997, based in Jorge Chávez International Airport in Lima. 2I operates domestic flights within Peru, connecting major cities and regional destinations. Known for its reliable service, Star Perú uses a fleet of regional aircraft to serve routes that are vital for both business and tourism, offering an important link across the diverse geography of Peru.

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