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- Singapore Airlines
The flag carrier of Singapore, Singapore Airlines (SQ) is one of the world’s largest airlines. From its hub at Singapore Changi Airport (SIN), Singapore Airlines flies to more than 60 destinations in 35 countries on s
ix continents. A member of the Star Alliance, the airline also has codeshare agreements with about 10 other airlines. Singapore flies all wide body jets configured with four classes of service: Singapore Airlines Suites, First Class, Business Class and Economy Class. The airline operates three lounges for premium passengers. The SilverKris Lounge has locations at 15 airports. Additionally, Changi Airport is home to The Private Room and KrisFlyer Gold Lounge.
- Air New Zealand
As the national airline of New Zealand, Air New Zealand operates non-stop services to more than 20 domestic destinations as well as to international ports in Australia, the Pacific Islands, Asia, North America, South America and the United Kingdom. As a member of the Star Alliance network, Air New Zealand is able to provide access to almost any destination in the world.
United Arab Emirates-based Emirates (EK) is the largest airline in the Middle East and one of the country’s two flag carriers. The airline operates non-stop flights to more than 140 destinations in 78 countries from its hub at the Dubai International Airport (DXB). It is one of just a few airlines that flies to six continents. The airline’s fleet of aircraft consists primarily of three-class cabi
n configurations (First Class, Business Class and Economy Class) as well as some two-class aircraft (Business Class and Economy Class). Within its First Class cabin, there are several types of seating, including suites, flat beds and sleeper seats. Emirates operate 33 Emirates Lounges for First Class passengers, Business Class passengers and Skyward Gold members.
- Japan Airlines (JAL)
The country’s largest airline, Japan Airlines (JL) is headquartered in Tokyo. It flies non-stop to about 60 domestic destinations and more than 30 international destinations in Asia, Europe, Oceania, North America and South America. JL is part of the oneworld alliance and also has codeshare arrangements with about 30 other airlines. The airline has four classes of se
rvice: First Class, Executive Class (the equivalent of Business Class), Premium Economy Class, Class J (Economy Class seating with larger seats) and Economy Class. Its fleet features a variety of two-cabin, three-cabin and four-cabin configurations. Japan Airlines’ primary hubs are located at Tokyo’s Haneda Airport (HND) and Narita International Airport (NRT).
- EVA Air
EVA Air (BR) is based at Taoyuan International Airport (TPE) near Taipei. It is Taiwan’s second largest carrier after China Airlines. EVA flies to about 70 destinations within Taiwan, elsewhere in Asia, and in Australia, Europe and North America. It is a member of the Star Alliance. The airline’s fleet includes aircraft configured in both three-cabin and two-cabin configurations. Business Class
is branded as Royal Laurel Class or Premium Laurel Class, depending on the aircraft. Elite Class is a Premium Economy cabin. And Economy Class is offered on all flights. EVA Air also owns a subsidiary – Uni Air (B7) – that operates domestic and regional flights.
- Southwest Airlines
Dallas-based Southwest Airlines (WN) is the world’s largest low-cost carrier. Southwest operates non-stop flights to more than 100 destinations across 10 countries. Unlike many major airlines, Southwest does not use hubs, but rather a point-to-point system. About 15 airports with a significant amount of WN flights have been designated as focus cities. The airline’s fleet is configured with just an Economy Class
cabin. In contrast to many low-cost carriers, Southwest does not charge a fee for up to two checked bags; non-alcoholic drinks and pretzels or peanuts are also free on board. Early boarding access, automatic online check-in and alcoholic beverages are available for purchase.
British low-cost carrier Jet2.com (LS) is headquartered at Leeds Bradford International Airport (LBA). In addition to Leeds, it has seven other operating bases at Alicante–Elche Airport (ACL), Belfast International Airport (BFS), East Midlands Airport (EMA), Edinburgh Airport (EDI), Glasgow Airport (GLA), Manchester Airport (MAN) and Newcastle Airport (NCL). The airline has schedul
ed passenger and charter flights to about 60 destinations across Europe. As a budget carrier, passengers should expect to pay extra for services such as checked luggage, seats with extra legroom, and onboard meals and alcoholic beverages.
- Qatar Airways
Qatar Airways (QR) is the flag carrier of Qatar and a member of the oneworld alliance. From its hub at Hamad International Airport (DOH), the airline flies to about 145 destinations spread across all six inhabited continents. Qatar Airways’ fl
eet features planes with two-cabin (Business Class and Economy Class) and three-cabin (First Class, Business Class and Economy Class) configurations. Both Business Class and First Class seats can be converted into beds. For premium class passengers flying from Hamad International Airport, the airline operates the Al Mourjan Business Lounge. A second Qatar Airways lounge can be found at London Heathrow Airport (LHR).
Azul (AD) is a Brazilian low-cost carrier that flies to about 100 domestic destinations. While the airline serves larger markets such as Belo Horizonte, Rio de Janeiro, Salvador da Bahia and São Paulo, the bulk of its destinations are smaller, underserved markets. It also has a flight to Fort Lauderdale, and codeshare agreements with the Star Alliance and United Airlines (UA). The airline’s hubs ar
e located at Viracopos International Airport (VCP), Tancredo Neves International Airport (CNF) and Santos Dumont Airport (SDU). Its fleet consists of about 150 planes, including Airbus, ATR and Embraer aircraft. Most of the aircraft are configured with a single Economy Class cabin, though some planes also have a Business Class cabin.
- Korean Air
As the flag carrier of South Korean, Korean Air (KE) is the country’s largest airline. Based in Seoul, the airline flies non-stop to 20 domestic destinations and about 100 international destinations across Asia, Australia, Africa, Europ
e, North America and South America. The airline, which is part of the SkyTeam alliance, also has code share agreements with about 40 airlines. Its fleet consists of planes with two-cabin (Prestige Class, which is its version of Business Class, and Economy Class) and three-cabin (First Class, Prestige Class and Economy Class) configurations. Korean Air has hubs at Seoul Gimpo International Airport (GMP) and Seoul Incheon International Airport (ICN).