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    (copy and pastes from Wikipedia)

    Adria Airways – Slovenian national airline. Today, the majority of Adria Airways business is in scheduled flights. Adria operates to 16 destinations throughout Europe this winter and offers connections to South East Europe. It is a Star Alliance member since 2004 and a Lufthansa partner since 1996. IOSA Registration was received among the first airlines in the world.
    The company’s head office is Ljubljana Airport in Zgornji Brnik, Cerklje na Gorenjskem, Slovenia, near Ljubljana. The company also representative offices in Ljubljana and at Ljubljana Airport, Brussels, Paris, Moscow, Frankfurt, Zagreb, Zurich and sales agents in almost all European countries.
    Adria Airways operates charter flights for the most part seasonally, and most frequently to destinations in the Mediterranean. Sharm el-Sheikh and Hurghada in Egypt are currently the only charter destinations served by Adria Airways all year round. Ad hoc charter flights are also provided.
    Its fleet of 13 planes is one of the most modern fleets in Europe, and is both environment-friendly and economical.
    Skytrax has rated Adria Airways as a 3 star airline.[3


    Blue 1 - Finnish airline owned by SAS Group, with a hub at Copenhagen Airport (from 26 March) . Blue1 flies to around 20 destinations in Finland, Scandinavia and rest of Europe. It carried over 1.4 million passengers in 2009.[2] The airline is a member of Star Alliance and has its head office is in Vantaa.[3][4][5]

    Chataqua

    Cimber Sterling - Still known as Cimber Air and styled as Cimber Sterling, is a Danish airline based in Sønderborg, Sønderborg Municipality, Denmark,[1] operating scheduled domestic and international services in co-operation with Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) and Lufthansa. Its main bases are Copenhagen Airport and Billund Airport, with a smaller base at Aalborg Airport.

    Comair

    Compass - Regional airline headquartered in Delta Air Lines Building C at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport in Fort Snelling, Hennepin County, Minnesota;[1][2] prior to December 16, 2009, it was headquartered in unincorporated Fairfax County, Virginia, United States, east of the Chantilly CDP.[3][4][5] The airline launched inaugural service with a single Bombardier CRJ200LR aircraft under the Northwest Airlink (now Delta Connection) brand between Minneapolis/St. Paul and Washington, D.C. on May 2, 2007. On August 21, 2007, it began flying two Embraer 175 76-passenger aircraft, and expanded to 36 aircraft by December, 2008. In July, 2010, the airline was purchased from Delta Airlines and became a wholly owned subsidiary of Trans States Holdings.
    On March 1, 2011 Delta Air Lines, along with Trans States Holdings announced plans to add an additional six E-170 aircraft to the Compass Airlines operation. The six aircraft deliveries began in May 2011, to continue through the 2nd fiscal quarter of 2012.

    Delta Air Lines

    Estonia Air - Estonia's national carrier, owned by the Estonian state. The airline is based in Tallinn, Estonia.[2] It is a regional airline feeding into the Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS) network via Stockholm, Oslo and Copenhagen from Estonia.
    AS Estonian Air has two subsidiaries and two joint ventures: Estonian Air Jet Leasing Ltd which owns the airline's aircraft and in co-operation with the parent company AS Estonian Air Regional operates Saab 340 aircraft and provides commercial air services to the neighboring region; Estonian Aviation Fuelling Services AS provides aircraft fueling services at Tallinn Airport and AS Amadeus Eesti provides distribution system and support to local travel agents.[3] Estonian Air is owned by the Estonian government (97,34%) and SAS Group (2,66%). It has 372 employees (March 2012, including AS Estonian Air Regional).[4] Unlike its affiliated carrier, Scandinavian Airlines, Estonian Air is not a member of the Star Alliance but it is a part of the SAS loyalty programme, EuroBonus.

    First Air - Bradley Air Services Limited, operating as First Air, is an airline headquartered in Kanata, a suburb of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.[6] It operates services to 34 communities in Nunavut, Nunavik, and the Northwest Territories.[5] The majority of its fleet is available for charters worldwide. First Air has also assisted in various humanitarian missions such as the 2010 Haiti earthquake, airlifting relief supplies and equipment.[8] Its main base, which includes a large hangar, cargo and maintenance facility, is located at Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International Airport, with hubs at Iqaluit Airport and Yellowknife Airport.[9]

    Middle East Air - Air Liban S.A.L. (Arabic: طيران الشرق الأوسط ـ الخطوط الجوية اللبنانية‎ Țayyarān al-Sharq al-Awsaṭ - al-Khuṭūṭ al-Jawwiyyah al-Libnāniyyah), more commonly known as Middle East Airlines (MEA) (Arabic: طيران الشرق الأوسط‎ Țayyarān al-Sharq al-Awsaṭ), is the national flag-carrier airline of Lebanon, with its head office in Beirut,[4] near Beirut Rafic Hariri International Airport.[5] It operates scheduled international flights to Asia, Europe and Africa from its base at Rafic Hariri International Airport.[6]
    Middle East Airlines (MEA) is a member of the Arab Air Carriers Organization (AACO) and the International Air Transport Association (IATA). The airline expressed its interest in becoming a SkyTeam associate member in early 2006 at a press conference in New York.[7] On 28 February 2011, MEA airlines officially signed the partnership agreement with SkyTeam in an official ceremony in Beirut.


    Pinnacle - (formerly Express Airlines I) is a bankrupt[1] American regional airline, which is a subsidiary of Pinnacle Airlines Corp.,[2] and operates as Delta Connection for Delta Air Lines. It is based in Memphis, Tennessee, with its main flying operations based at Memphis International Airport, with hubs at Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport, Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport.[3]

    SAS - Scandinavian Airlines or SAS, previously Scandinavian Airlines System, is the flag carrier of Denmark, Norway and Sweden, and the largest airline in Scandinavia.
    Part of the SAS Group and headquartered at Stockholm Arlanda Airport (ARN) in Sigtuna, Sweden, the airline operates 198 aircraft to 176 destinations in more than 30 countries. The airline's main hub is Kastrup or Copenhagen Airport, which is the main European and intercontinental hub. Somewhat smaller hubs also exist at Oslo Airport, Gardermoen and Stockholm-Arlanda Airport.

    Shuttle America - Regional airline based in Indianapolis, Indiana,[2] USA. It feeds United Airlines flights at Chicago, Denver, and Washington (Dulles) as United Express, and feeds Delta Air Lines flights at Atlanta and New York (LaGuardia) as Delta Connection and Delta Shuttle.

    Thai Airways - Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI) (SET: THAI, Thai: การบินไทย) is the national flag carrier and largest airline of Thailand. Formed in 1988, the airline has its corporate headquarters in Chatuchak District, Bangkok,[2][3] and primarily operates out of Suvarnabhumi Airport. THAI is a founding member of the Star Alliance. The airline is the largest shareholder of the low-cost carrier Nok Air with a 49% stake,[4] and it also has plans to launch a regional carrier under the name Thai Smile in the middle of 2012 using new Airbus A320 aircraft.[5]
    From its hub at Suvarnabhumi Airport, THAI flies to 71 destinations in 35 countries, using a fleet of 91 aircraft. The airline's nonstop flight between Bangkok and Los Angeles is of the 10 longest non-stop commercial flights in the world. Due to high fuel prices and the withdrawal of aircraft, however, the route will switch to one-stop service via Incheon Airport near Seoul in May 2012. THAI was the first Asia-Pacific airline to serve London Heathrow Airport. Among East Asian carriers, THAI has one of the largest passenger operations in Europe.
    THAI was the recipient of Skytrax awards for Worlds Best Cabin Staff and Best Airline in the World in 2006, while placing second in the Airline of the Year category in 2007.[6] The airline's first class lounge at Suvarnabhumi Airport was also awarded World's Best First Class Lounge by Skytrax in 2009 and has regularly received top honors in this category. THAI has also received international recognition for excellence in its inflight hygiene measures by the World Health Organization.[7]
    THAI is currently an official sponsor of Football Association of Thailand.

    Wideroe - Widerøe's Flyveselskap AS, trading as Widerøe, is a regional airline in Norway and part of the SAS Group. It operates a fleet of 35 Bombardier Dash 8 aircraft (39-78 seats), serving 41 domestic and 6 international destinations. The largest regional airline in the Nordic countries, Widerøe has a turnover of NOK 2.9 billion, 2 million annual passengers, 1,400 employees and makes 400 take-offs and landings each day. The public service obligation services (PSO) with the Norwegian Ministry of Transport and Communications on the regional airport network account for slightly less than half of Widerøe's operations. The remaining services consist of services on primary airports in Northern Norway, and services from Sandefjord Airport, Torp to other primary airports, and some international services from Oslo/Gardermoen, Sandefjord/Torp, Kristiansand/Kjevik, Stavanger/Sola, Bergen/Flesland and Trondheim/Værnes.
    The company has its head offices in Bodø, although it retains a large administration in Lysaker.[1] The main bases are Sandefjord Airport, Torp, Bodø Airport, Tromsø Airport, Bergen Airport, Flesland and Oslo Airport, Gardermoen. Widerøe's operations are focused on point-to-point transit, although the airline essentially feeds medium-haul and international airlines at the bases. Widerøe retains interlining agreements and participates in EuroBonus for international flights.
    The airline was founded in 1934, and started with air shows, aviation schools, advertisement flights, cartography and other general aviation. In 1936, Widerøe started scheduled sea plane flights and from 1940 also ambulance flights. During the 1940s and 1950s, the airline increased its sea plane routes, and established a main fleet of DHC-3 Otters and Noorduyn Norseman. From 1968, Widerøe started flying to the STOLports built in Northern and Western Norway using DHC-6 Twin Otters, and later also with Dash 7. In 1989, Widerøe bought Norsk Air and started services from Sandefjord. During the 1990s, replaced all its aircraft with Dash 8; in the 2000s it was bought by the SAS Group and took over SAS Commuter's operations in Northern Norway. In 2010, Widerøe will take over the regional SAS services in Western Norway.

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    On the drop down menu I found the following airline codes:
    7F
    9E
    CP
    DL
    JP
    KF
    ME
    OH
    OV
    QI
    RP
    S5
    SK
    TG
    WF

    Translations? Ken already posted a few airlines but I'm feeling too lazy to play match the code to the airline. I'm glad it's back (ZED fares) and look forward to the list growing.

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    click the next drop down menu to the right: "airline"... instead of "airline code". that tells you all of them by name (and if you click on it, it then shows/matches the code as well). Blue 1 for you!
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    There is real value in the SAS agreement-good airline, and connections to many places in Europe and to/from the US.

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    For those of us who'd go to northern Europe it's a good list between Blue1, SAS, and some other Estonian airline on there (was it Baltic?). Scandinavia's not a bad place to visit! And yeah I'd want to live there. D--- JAA bureaucratic certification procedures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pscraig View Post
    There is real value in the SAS agreement-good airline, and connections to many places in Europe and to/from the US.
    Thai Airways is useful as well for SE Asia

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