Deutsch: Fluggesellschaft / Español: Aerolínea / Português: Linha aérea / Français: Compagnie aérienne / Italiano: Compagnia aerea
An airline is a company that provides air transport services for traveling passengers and freight. Airlines lease or own their aircraft with which to supply these services and may form partnerships or alliances with other airlines for mutual benefit. Generally, airline companies are recognized with an air operating certificate or license issued by a governmental aviation body.

In the travel context, an airline refers to a company that provides air transportation services for passengers or cargo. Airlines typically operate scheduled flights to various destinations around the world.

Here are some examples of airlines:

  1. Delta Air Lines: This is a major American airline that operates flights to various destinations in North America, South America, Europe, and Asia.

  2. Emirates: This is a Dubai-based airline that operates flights to over 150 destinations in six continents.

  3. British Airways: This is the flag carrier airline of the United Kingdom, operating flights to over 200 destinations in more than 80 countries.

  4. Cathay Pacific: This is a Hong Kong-based airline that operates flights to over 80 destinations in more than 30 countries.

  5. Air France: This is the flag carrier airline of France, operating flights to over 200 destinations in more than 90 countries.

  6. Qantas: This is the flag carrier airline of Australia, operating flights to over 85 destinations in more than 20 countries.

Here are some similar things to 'airline' in the travel context:

  1. Airline Alliance: This refers to a group of airlines that work together to provide passengers with access to a wider range of destinations and travel options.

  2. Charter Airline: This refers to an airline that operates charter flights, which are flights that are booked by a specific group or organization for a particular purpose.

  3. Low-Cost Carrier: This refers to an airline that offers low fares and operates with a no-frills business model, often charging extra for additional services such as checked baggage or in-flight meals.

  4. Regional Airline: This refers to an airline that operates flights to smaller airports and serves a particular region or area.

  5. Flag Carrier: This refers to an airline that is designated by a country's government to operate flights to various destinations around the world and represents the country on an international level.

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