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Airline companies provide air transport for passengers and freight. They may provide intercontinental, domestic, regional, or international flights, and are used by travelers for both business and pleasure. Most major airliners employ Airbus, Boeing, and McDonnell Douglas aircraft. The world's first domestic airline was Deutsche Luftschiffahrts-Aktiengesellschaft, or DELAG, which opened in Frankfurt, Germany on November 16, 1909.
Authored by AH.  Last updated 2014-11-24 09:11:37.
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    visit this airline directory to learn about scheduled airlines and charter airlines in the united states of america. the photograph on this page depicts a passenger checking in for an airline flight.
  • Low Airfares
    Low cost airlines have made it easier for more people to take advantage of air travel. Since the year 2000, low-cost airlines have become the norm, offering no-frills service to popular destinations.
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    This photo shows a business traveler checking his flight status on the airport display. Airlines offer a convenient, efficient way to travel long distances for business or pleasure, and many companies are able to accrue frequent flyer miles.
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    While the 28 communities of Nunavut are linked by modern communications and regional airlines, Nunavut is the only Canadian province to which there are no roads, making it a unique travel destination.

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    Visit this airlines category page on jumblex.org to find editorially-reviewed resources about this topic.

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