Air France is the national airline of France until
2004, the eighth largest airline in the world (second largest in Europe
after Germany's Lufthansa) for passenger-kilometers flown
in 2010, according to IATA. With the merger with the
Dutch airline KLM, gave birth to the Air France-KLM.
The business of Air France is divided into three sectors: passenger transport, cargo, maintenance and servicing aircraft.
Aeroflot and Aeroflot - Russian Airlines is the largest airline in Russia, founded on February 9, 1923. It has its headquarters and technical base at the airport Sheremetyevo nell'Oblast 'of Moscow in European Russia. Aeroflot was the national airline of the USSR, and is a member of the SkyTeam alliance since 2006.
The Italian airline itself, also known by the acronym CAI, born as Srl August 26, 2008 on the initiative of the bank Intesa Sanpaolo for the purpose of detecting the brand and the activities of the old Alitalia and Air One. On 18 September 2008, the Assembly of CAI withdrew the offer on Alitalia, official withdrawal formally on September 22. The company, however, has not been dissolved. On 27 September 2008, reached a framework agreement between the CAI and some unions for the drafting of employment contracts.
The American Airlines is the second airline in the world by passenger-kilometers flown in 2010, according to IATA and is the fifth largest airline in the world by number of passengers carried and the sixth for the fleet. Until 2010 it was the largest airline in the world, a title that has been stolen from Delta Air Lines after the merger with Northwest Airlines.
The Air Seychelles is the largest airline of the Seychelles
The airport where the main business is the Seychelles International Airport in Mahé.
The company operates domestic and international flights, ie transport from one island to another archipelago