Avio kompanije

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London

U  Londonu se nalaze  pet velikih aerodroma  Hitrou najprometniji svetski aerodrom, Getvik  veliki međunarodni aerodrom, Luton koristi se za regionalne letove, Stensted za kraće letove u domaćem saobraćaju  i London Siti (London City – najmanji aerodrom, okrenut uglavnom poslovnim korisnicima i vlasnicima privatnih aviona.

Pariz

Pariz ima četiri aerodromam najveći je Orli  i Šarl de Gol. Postoji manji aerodrom u Boveu na oko 70 km severno od Pariza a letvrti aerodrom  Le Burže  služi za poslovne avione.

Njujork

Aerodrom u Njujorku Džon F. Kenedi  nalazi se u  Kvinsu u jugoistočnom delu Njujorka, 20 km od Menhetna. Aerodrom je najnoviji i najaktivniji aerodrom u Njujorku a  pored se nalaze još tri aerodroma Aerodrom Njuark, Aerodrom Teterboro i Aerodrom La Gvardija.

Pogledajte avio prevozike i ponudu avio karata

7L – AB Airlines – UK – London Gatwick to Nice, Shannon and Barcelona
JP – Adria Airways – Slovenia
RE – Aer Arann Express – Ireland
EI – Aer Lingus – Irski nacionalni avio prevoznik
SU – Aeroflot – Russia’s international airline
VV – AeroSvit Airlines – Ukraina
VV – Aerosweet – Ukraine
ZI – Aigle Azur – France –
DP – Air 2000 – UK – Scheduled and chartered holiday flights
Air Anatolia – Turkey – Ferries holiday-makers from Germany, Belgium and Holland
CC – Air Atlanta Icelandic – A privately-owned contract carrier
UU – Air Austral – France – The India Ocean
BT – Air Baltic – Latvia – Flag carrier flies to Eastern European capitals. An SAS partner
AB – Air Berlin – Germany – Flights to Palma de Mallorca and other European destinations
JA – Air Bosna – Bosnia and Herzegovina – One ATR-42, two YAK-42s and a Cessna 550 to Eastern Europe and Scandanavia
KF – Air Botnia – Finland – now Blue1, a subsidiary of SAS. Third largest regional airline in Europe
EN – Air Dolomiti – Italy -Flights to Switzerland, Germany and Spain on ATRs and CRJs. A Lufthansa partner
RQ – Air Engiadina – Switzerland – Regional airline using Dornier 328s
UX – Air Europa – Spain – Domestic holiday destinations. An Alitalia partner
AF – Air France – English site for the USA
DA – Air Georgia – Georgia – Flies between Tblisi and Frankfurt
GL – Air Greenland – Domestic flights, plus Denmark
NY – Air Iceland – Domestic flights plus Greenland
BC – Air Jet – France – Commuter service between Paris and London
9Y – Air Kazakstan – National carrier flies to Europe and Asia
TT – Air Lithuania – Lithuania – Mostly business flights around Norther Europe
FU – Air Littoral – France – CRJs and ATR 42-500s out of Montpellier and Nice
UX – Air Luxor – Portugal – Business and holiday charters on L-1011, A320 and various private-sized aircraft
KM – Air Malta – To Europe and the Middle East
3R – Air Moldova International – Republic of Moldova to Europe and Russia. National carrier
AP – Air One – Italy – Lufthansa’s Italian partner
GM – Air Slovakia – Slovakia – B737s from Slovensko to the Mediterranean
Air Sofia – Bulgaria – Cargo flights on AN-12 and AN-26. This firm also specializes in accommodations and golf facilities in Sofia
R6 – Air Srpska – Republic of Srpska – An ATR72-202, leased from JAT Yugoslavia, flies between Banja Luka and Zurich
6U – Air Ukraine Cargo – Ukraine – Cargo division of AeroSvit flies a B767 four time a week between JFK and Kiev
BT – airBaltic – Latvia – The national airline and SAS partner
GS – AirFoyle – UK – Cargo and scheduled passenger service
Airzena Georgian Airlines – Georgia – Two B737s connect cities in the former Soviet Union
LB – Albanian Airlines – Albania – three aircraft serving destinations in Italy, Turkey, Germany, Switzerland and Kosovo together with a growing charter programme
AZ – Alitalia – Italy – Flag carrier flies to 57 countries
E8 – AlpiEagles – Italy – Domestic and international
RC – Atlantic Airways – Faroe Islands – Two BAe-200s and a Bell Helicopter from the islands to Iceland, the UK, Norway and Denmark
AtlasJet – Turkey – Domestic flights on A320s and B757s
OS – Austrian Airlines – A Swissair partner
Avianto – Russia – Charter cargo and passenger flights on various Antonov aircraft. Scheduled flights soon
M4 – Avioimpex – Macedonia – From Skopje to Istanbul and major european capitals on DC-9s and MD-80s
LZ – Balkan Bulgarian Airlines – Bulgarian flag carrier uses Tupolevs, Antonovs and 737s
B2 – Belavia Belarusian Airlines – Scheduled and charter flights to Europe and Asia
KF – Blue1 – Finland – formerly Air Botnia, a subsidiary of SAS. Third largest regional airline in Europe
BU – Braathens – Norway – The country’s largest. Also serves Sweden
DB – Brit Air – France – A regional arm of Air France
BY – Britannia Airways – UK – Holiday destinations from Germany and the UK
BA – British Airways – UK – „The World’s Favourite Airline“
JY – British European Airways – UK – Domestic flights, including Jersey and Guernsey
BD – British Midland – UK – Heathrow’s second-largest operator
CV – Cargolux – Luxembourg – Seven 747-400Fs fly cargo to every continent except Australia
H2 – City Bird – Belgium – Brussels to the US, Mexico and Europe
FD – City Flyer (British Airways) – UK – British Airways flights out of Gatwick
WX – CityJet – UK – London and Dublin to the Costa del Sol
6P – Club Air – Italy – From Verona to Eastern Europe
BX – Coast Air – Norway – Primarily operates flights between Haugesund and Bergen
DE – Condor – Germany – North American site for this German holiday service
SS – Corsair – France – Holiday destintions in the US, Africa and Thailan
7C – Coyne Airways – Russia – Scheduled cargo and passenger flights in the Caspian Sea area
OU – Croatia Airlines – The national airline based in Zagreb
X5 – Cronus Airlines – Greece – To Greece from Germany, Rome and Paris
LX – Crossair – Switzerland – Now Swiss International Airlines
CY – Cyprus Airways – Kipar
YK – Cyprus Turkish Airlines – North Cyprus – From Turkey and London to North Cyprus
OK – Czech Airlines – Czech Republic – From Prague to world destinations
DX – DanAir – UK – An unofficial, commemorative site. Taken over by BA in ’93
DWT – Darwin Airline – Switzerland – SAAB 2000s between Lugano, Arial, Barcelona and Olbia
3D – Denim Airways – Germany – Dusseldorf, Augsburg and Berlin
East Line Airlines – Russia – Cargo and passenger flights on forty aircraft to points in Russia, Europe and the Mediterranean
XZ – Eastair – Sweden – Lear Jets and Piper PA-31s based at Bromma – Švedska
U2 – easyJet – UK – Budget flights on 737s from London Luton
G3 – Emerald Airways – UK – Cargo flights in BAe 748 and Shorts SD360 out of Liverpool’s John Lennon
OV – Estonian Air – To major western European capitals
F4 – Eureca – Italy – Domestic flights in northern Italy on Fokkers and a Fairchild Metroliner
EP – Europe Airpost – France – Formerly Aéropostale
M3 – European Air Express – Germany – Business commuter flights out of Cologne/Bonn
MY – Euroscot – Scotland – Domestic regional airline. Now operated by Gill Air
EW – Eurowings – Germany – Regional flights throughout Europe – Nemačka
AY – Finnair – Finland – Flying out of Helsinki for more than 75 years
AY – Finnair – Finland – Official homepage for the Americas – Finska
DP – First Choice – UK – Holiday flights to Southern Europe, Northern Africa and the Caribbean
F3 – Flying Enterpise – Sweden – Stockholm, Skövde, Jönköping and Visby
G7 – Gandalf Airlines – Italy – From Milan to major European capitals in Fairchild-Dornier 328s
BA – GB Airways – Gibraltar – British Airways franchise flies B737s to Manchester and London Gatwick
OG – Go – UK – Now easyjet.
HR – Hahn Air – Germany – Charters on Fairchilds and SAABs
HF – Hapag-Lloyd – Germany – Extensive network of European holiday destinations using A310s and B737s
DU – Hemus Air – Bulgaria – From Sofia to Europe, Africa and the Near East
IB – Iberia – Spain – The flag carrier
FI – Icelandair – Iceland – Europe and North America from Keflavik
3L – InterSky – Germany – Dash 8 flights connect major German cities, plus Bern and Vienna
HH – Islandsflug – Iceland – Domestic flights on B737s, ATR-42s, Dornier 228s and a Piper Chieftan
JU – JAT Yugoslav Airlines – Unofficial site, but good enough to warrant an exception
Keenair – UK – Scheduled flights between Liverpool, UK and Cork, Ireland on two Embraer Bandeirantes
7B – KrasAir-Krasnoyarsk Airlines – Russia – Extensive domestic and European network on Tuploevs and Illushyns
KL – KLM Royal Dutch Airlines – Netherlands – Schiphol to major world destinations
UK – KLM uk – UK – Seventeen UK airports to Schiphol
NG – Lauda Air – Austria – The famous F1 driver spawned an airline
LC – Loganair – UK – Serving Scotland for British Airways
TE – Lithuanian Airlines – From Vilnius to northern Eurpoean capitals on B737s and SAABs
LO – LOT Polish Airlines – Dates back to the 1920s
LT – LTU International Airways – Germany – Holiday destinations in Florida, California and the Caribbean
LH – Lufthansa – Germany’s biggest and most famous – Nemačka
LH – Lufthansa Cargo – Germany – The flag carrier’s freight division – Nemačka
CL – Lufthansa CityLine – Germany – Five hundred flights a day to 61 European cities. CRJs and Avros – Nemačka
LG – Luxair – Luxembourg – 737s, Embraers and Fokkers to the rest of Europe, North Africa and New York
DM – Maersk Air – Denmark – From Copenhagen and Brillund to major European cities
MA – Malev Hungarian – Based at Budapest’s Ferihegy International Airport
6E – Malmo Aviation – Sweden – Malmo and Umea to Stockholm Bromma on Avros and BAes
JE – Manx Airlines – UK – From the Isle of Man to Ireland, Scotland and England
MP – Martinair – Netherlands – Holandija
M7 – MAT Macedonian Airlines – Macedonia – Makedonija
8M – MaxAir – Sweden – Flights connecting Malmö, Sweden with Hamburg, Germany and Oslo, Norway
IG – Meridiana – Italy – Low-cost carrier to domestic points plus Madrid, Barcelona and Amsterdam
Q2 – Minerva Airlines – Italy – Partner to Alitalia
2M – Moldavian Airlines – Moldova – Chisinau to Budapest on SAAB 2000s
ZB – Monarch Airlines – UK – Scheduled and charter flights to European holiday spots
ZR – Muk Air – Denmark – Short flights from Copenhagen to other Scandanavian cities
6N – Nordic Leisure – Sweden – Charters on MD-80s
OL – OLT – Germany – Commuter flights from Bremen to London, Berlin, Naples, Toulouse
OA – Olympic Airways – Greece – Flag carrier
FP – Par Avion Airlines – Australia – Operates in Tasmania
NI – PGA Portugalia Airlines – Portugal – Fokker 100s and Embraer 145s to Europe and the Grand Canary Islands
Polonia Airlines – Poland – ANs and ILs configured for cargo
NI – Portugália Airlines – Portugal – From Lisbon to Spain, Germany, France, Italy, Belgium, and the UK with Fokkers 100s and Embraer 145s
QAH – Quick Airways – Netherlands – Rotterdam and Groningen
VM – Regional Airlines – France – Created in 1992 by th merging ofAir Vendée with Airlec
GU – Riga Airlines – Latvia – London, Moscow and Paris to Riga
FR – Ryanair – Ireland – Budget flights from Dublin to Europe on twenty-two 737s
SN – Sabena – Website details the airline’s bankruptcy
E5 – Samara Airlines – Russia – Domestic flights on Tupolevs, Ilushyns, Yakolevs and Antonovs
SK – SAS – Sweden – Boeings and MDs to North America, Europe and Asia
SP – SATA – Portugal – Includes Sata Air Acores, Sata Internacional, Sata Express and Azores Express
SP – Sata Air Açores – Portugal – Flights between the islands, and to Toronto, Boston, Lisbon, Porto and Madeira
Sayakhat Airlines – Russia – Cargo (Ilyushin 76TD) and passenger (Tupolev 154M) flights
S7 – Siberia Airlines – Russia – International and domestic service on Tupolevs and Ilushyns
CB – Scot Airways – Scotland – Used to be Suckling Airways
VW – Skyways – Sweden – Domestic partner of SAS uses Saabs, Fokkers and Jetstreams
6Q – Slovak Airlines – Slovakia – TU-154 and B737 service from Bratislava to Brussels and Moscow
SN – SN Brussels Airline – Belgium – The new national airline
Q7 – Sobel Air – Belgium – A charter remnant of Sabena
NR – Spanair – Spain – Domestic flights plus major South American and European destinations
NB – Sterling – Denmark – Low-cost flight from Copenhagen and Stockholm to Mediterranean hotspots
EZ – Sun Air – Denmark – Jetstreams between Sweden, Norway, Ireland and Germany
W3 – Swiftair – Spain – Flies cargo for DHL
LX – Swiss International Airlines – Switzerland – Worldwide destinations. Was Crossair
SO – Swiss World – Switzerland – Arial to Montreal, Newark and Miami
TP – TAP Air Portugal – 737s and most of the Airbus family
RO – TAROM – Romanian Air Transport – Flag carrier flies to major world destinations
FQ – Thomas Cook Airlines – Belgium – From Belgium to European holiday spots
AWC – Titan Airways – UK – Corporate charters based at Stansted
UN – Transaero – Russia – Russia’s first privately-owned airline flies to many major Russian and European cities
T4 – Transeast Airlines – Latvia – From Riga to Jonkoping and Billund
HV – Transavia – Netherlands – Amsterdam to Eurpoean holiday spots
6N – TTA TransTravel – Netherlands – A Dash-8 and a Beech between Rotterdam, Hamburg, Göteborg and Copenhagen
TK- Turkish Airlines – Flag carrier
VO – Tyrolean Airways – Austria – Member of the Austrian Airlines Group flies to 49 destinations in 24 countries
PS – Ukraine International Airlines – Jointly owned by the government, Swissair and the GPA Group, Inc.
U6 – Ural Airlines – Russia – Ekaterinburg to the rest of Russia
HY – Uzbekistan Airways – From Tashkent to Asia and Europe
VS – Virgin Atlantic – UK – London and Manchester to major world cities
TV – Virgin Express – Belgium – Commuter/feeder airline links ten European cities
VG – VLM Airlines – Belgium – Regional flights on Fokkers
8D – Volareweb – Italy – Low-cost arm of Volare Airlines
VI – Volga-Dnepr Airlines – Russia – Super-heavy cargo on AN 124-100
Vueling Airlines – Spain – Low-cost holiday carrier
WF – Widerøe Airline – Norway – Extensive domestic routes, plus seven international routes
IV – WindJet – Italy – Low-cost flights throughtout Italy and to select European cities
W6 – Wizz – UK – Nine A320s serving Central and Eastern EuropeKANADA

4L – Air Alma – Canada – A Canadian International partner
AC – Air Canada – The nation’s largest airline.
YN – Air Creebec – Canada – Airlne owned by the Cree Nation serves northern Quebec and Ontario
3H – Air Inuit – Canada – Northern Quebec
WJ – Air Labrador – Canada -Labrador and Newfoundland
Air Nootka – Canada – Scheduled float plane service between Gold River and Kyuquot, British Columbia
4N – Air North – Canada – B737 service Calgary/Edmonton to Whitehorse and Vancouver/Whitehorse; Hawker Siddeley 748 service between Whitehorse and Dawson City, Old Crow, Inuvik (NWT), plus Fairbanks & Juneau
QK – Air Nova- Canada – Atlantic coast regional arm of Air Canada. Folded into parent company Air Canada’s regional line: Jazz
GX – Air Ontario – Canada – Regional airline for the Great Lakes and north eastern US. Folded into parent company Air Canada’s regional line: Jazz
TS – Air Transat – Canada – Discount charter and scheduled flights
JV – Bearskin Airlines – Canada – Serving Northern Ontario
J4 – Buffalo Airways – Canada – Charter work on a variety of aircraft. Based in Yellowknife, NWT
MO – Calm Air – Canada – Canadian International partner serves Ontario, Manitoba and Nunavut
C6 – CanJet – Canada – 737-200s on domestic flights in eastern Canada
9M – Central Mountain Air – Canada – Air Canada’s regional partner flies Beechcraft 1900Ds
3C – Corporate Express – Canada – Scheduled business flights in Alberta and British Columbia
7F – First Air – Canada – Connecting Canada’s north and far north
8H – Harbour Air – Canada – Scheduled seaplane flights from Vancouver
JB – Helijet Airways – Canada – Scheduled helicopters: Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle
HQ – HMY Airways – Canada – B757s between Vancouver and Toronto
BZ – Keystone Air Service – Canada – Pipers and Beechcraft provide scheduled service connecting Swan River, Dauphin and Winnipeg, Manitoba
Love Air – Canada – Join the „Mile High Club“ on a charter flight exclusively for that purpose
Montair Aviation – Canada – British Columbia’s Victoria, Boundary Bay and Pitt Meadows
VL – North Vancouver Air – Canada – From Vancouver to Seattle and southern British Columbia on Beech, Pipers, J31s and a Cessna 206
8P – Pacific Coastal Airlines – Canada – A Canadian partner serving the southern coast of British Columbia
Peace Air – Canada – Regular schedule serving Edmonton City Center, Calgary, Grande Prairie, Peace River, Fort St. John, Fort Nelson, Prince George and Jasper/Hinton
UW – Perimeter – Canada – Metros provide scheduled service in Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario
Platinum Jet Air – Canada – First-class Fokker 100s between Calgary and Toronto
AG – Provincial Airlines – Canada – Newfoundland and eastern Canada on Pipers and Fairchilds
3S – Shuswap Air – Canada – Charters a Beech King from Salmon Arm, BC
SSV – Skyservice – Canada – From Toronto to holiday destinations
9T – Transwest Air – Canada – Manitoba and Saskatchewan. Previously Athabaska Air
PD – Trillium Air – Canada – Serving Kitchener and Ottawa with Jetstream 31/Super31s
FT – Vancouver Island Air – Canada – Beech seaplanes and deHavilland Beavers from Campbell River, BC
4V – Voyageur Airways – Canada – Ski charters in Ontario and Quebec
WG – Wasaya Airways – Canada – Owned by eight Native Canadian communities
8O – West Coast Air – Canada – Twin Otter service between Victoria’s Inner Harbour and Vancouver’s Coal Harbour
M3 – WestJet – Canada – Twelve 737s serve 11 cities in western Canada
Z4 – Zoom – Canada – Connects Canada and the UK with B767s Regionalna Airlines povezuje sa Aran Islands Dablinu i ostalom delu Republike