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Welcome to IKB Travel - Travel Agent London, UK

Welcome to IKB Travel we are your first choice for cheap flights to the Middle East operating for over a decade we have served more than a 1,000,000 flights to customers around the world and are extremely proud of it. IKB Travel is a leading UK travel agent for the Middle East supplying cheap flights, hotels, cargo, visas, charter flights and corporate travel solutions. With market leading fares on cheap flights to Baghdad and all Middle Eastern destinations, IKB Travel can provide flights at the cheapest price with exceptional service.

We search across a range of different airlines to get you the cheapest price for a flight to the Middle East. We also have charter flights, so call our London office to find the cheapest possible flight option for you. Whenever you purchase a flight from IKB Travel, you get ATOL protection included on most flights so there are no extra charges and we are registered IATA members.

Whether you are looking for cheap flights for travel to Dubai, travel to Iraq or other destinations in the Middle East, we can help you find great deals. Browse our website to find flights to Amman, flights to Jordan, flights to Damascus, flights to Kuwait, flights to Beirut, flights to Baghdad or other destinations. Let an experienced Edgware Road travel agent help you find the best deal.

Did you know that when searching for flights their are two different ways of spelling Sulaimaniya, Sulaymaniya and Sulamyaniyah, we also have offers on flights to Arbil, flights to Najaf and flights to Basra.

If you are planning to travel to Iraq, please contact us. We have Iraq travel experts available to help you with all your travel planning needs. As an experienced Paddington travel agent helping individuals and businesses plan trips to the Middle East, we can help you arrange travel to Baghdad and other destinations, including cheap flights and great deals on hotel accommodations.

IKB Travel has been in operation for over a decade as a travel agent in Central London and we hope this experience inspires confidence in us. We also hold ATOL and IATA membership protecting our customers even after they leave our website or stores

 شرکت هواپیمایی  و توریستی سفر و تورها ی لندن انگلستان 

به IKB سفر خوش آمدید ما اولین انتخاب شما برای پروازهای ارزان به شرق میانه عامل برای بیش از یک دهه ما بیش از یک 1000000 پرواز به مشتریان در سراسر جهان خدمت کرده اند و بسیار افتخار از آن می باشد. IKB سفر آژانس مسافرتی برجسته بریتانیا برای شرق میانه تامین ارزان پرواز، هتل ها، حمل و نقل، ویزا، پرواز چارتر و راه حل های سفر شرکت های بزرگ است. با بازار کرایه پیشرو در پروازهای ارزان به بغداد و تمام مقصد خاورمیانه، IKB سفر می توانید پرواز در ارزان ترین قیمت با خدمات استثنایی فراهم می کند.

ما سراسر طیف وسیعی از خطوط هوایی مختلف به شما با ارزان ترین قیمت برای یک پرواز به شرق میانه از جستجو کنید. ما همچنین پرواز چارتر، به طوری که پاسخ دفتر لندن ما برای پیدا کردن ارزان ترین گزینه پرواز ممکن است برای شما. هر زمان که شما خرید یک پرواز از IKB سفر، شما را وادار حفاظت ATOL شامل در اکثر پروازها بنابراین هیچ هزینه اضافی وجود دارد و ما اعضای یاتا ثبت شده است.

آیا شما به دنبال برای پروازهای ارزان برای سفر به دبی، سفر به عراق و یا مقصد دیگر در شرق میانه، ما می توانیم به شما کمک کند پیدا کردن معاملات بزرگ. فهرست وب سایت ما برای پیدا کردن پرواز به عمان، پرواز به اردن، پرواز به دمشق، پرواز به کویت، پرواز به بیروت، پرواز به بغداد و یا مقصد دیگر. اجازه دهید با تجربه Edgware جاده آژانس مسافرتی به کمک شما در پیدا کردن بهترین معامله.

آیا می دانید که در هنگام جستجو برای پرواز دو راه مختلف املایی سلیمانیه سلیمانیه و Sulamyaniyah خود، ما نیز پیشنهادات در پرواز به اربیل دارند، پرواز به نجف و پرواز به بصره.

اگر شما در حال برنامه ریزی برای سفر به عراق، لطفا با ما تماس بگیرید. ما کارشناسان سفر عراق در دسترس شما کمک کند با تمام نیازهای برنامه ریزی سفر خود را. به عنوان یک آژانس مسافرتی با تجربه پدینگتون کمک به افراد و کسب و کار برنامه ریزی سفر به شرق میانه، ما می توانیم به شما کمک کند ترتیب سفر به بغداد و مقاصد دیگر، از جمله پروازهای ارزانقیمت و بزرگ در اقامت در هتل.

IKB سفر در عمل برای بیش از یک دهه به عنوان یک آژانس مسافرتی در مرکز لندن است و ما امیدواریم که این تجربه الهام بخش اعتماد به نفس در ما. ما همچنین ATOL و یاتا عضویت حفاظت مشتریان ما حتی پس از وب سایت و یا فروشگاه های ما را ترک نگه دارید.


IKB Travel - Travel Agent London, UK

IKB Travel - Travel Agent London, UK

IKB Travel - Travel Agent London, UK




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Austrian Airlines


Back in the early 80s Richard Branson was probably best known for Virgin Records - the legendary record label that signed major names like the Rolling Stones, Janet Jackson and The Human League. In 1984, much to the horror of his directors, Richard announced to the world that a high quality, value for money airline would begin operating within three months. Three months, some licences, staff and an aircraft packed with celebrities later, Virgin Atlantic Airways was born. By the end of the decade we had flown over 1 million passengers and started shaking up services onboard by being the first airline to offer individual TVs to their business class passengers.


In 1992 Richard sold Virgin Music to Thorn EMI and invested the proceeds into Virgin Atlantic, improving on an already great service. In the same year we launched the first super economy service that went on to become our award winning Premium Economy. We spent most of the Nineties buying new planes, expanding our route network and generally breaking new ground in passenger service, both on the ground and in the air. In 1999 Richard sold a 49% stake in the company to Singapore Airlines valuing us at a minimum of £1.225bn. In the same year, for services to entrepreneurship Richard received a knighthood.


The naughties have proved exciting times...

In 2003 came the launch of Virgin Atlantic’s revolutionary Upper Class Suite, the longest and most comfortable flat bed and seat in business class.

The new Virgin Clubhouse at Heathrow opened in March 2006. Amongst the many unique features of the flagship lounge are a cocktail bar, a hair salon, a Cowshed spa, a brasserie and a games room.

In 2007 came the launch of Virgin Atlantic's brand new check in facilities at Heathrow Terminal Three. For Economy and Premium Economy passengers Zone A is now wider, brighter and more spacious, enabling passengers to check-in at kiosks in a faster and more stress-free way. For Upper Class passengers, came the Upper Class Wing which offers a private security corridor so passengers can speed through the terminal to the Clubhouse quicker than ever before.

In 2008 we operated a pioneering biofuel demonstration with Boeing and engine manufacturer GE Aviation on a 747 between London and Amsterdam. This was the world's first flight using biofuel by a commercial airline. Virgin Atlantic has also ordered 15 of the 787-9 Dreamliners which burn around 27% less fuel per passenger than the A340-300, the aircraft it will replace in the Virgin Atlantic fleet.

This year, Virgin Atlantic will be celebrating its 25 years with a series of special fares, campaigns and events in the run-up to its birthday in June 2009, as well as promoting red hot fares to red hot destinations

British Airways



British Airways
British Airways

British Airways is the UK's largest international scheduled airline, flying to over 550 destinations at convenient times, to the best located airports.

Whether customers are in the air or on the ground, British Airways takes pride in providing a full service experience.

The British Airways group consists of British Airways Plc and a number of subsidiary companies including in particular British Airways Holidays Limited



Austrian Airlines

The Austrian Airlines Group gives you more

It’s simple common sense: a collaboration will always work best where the partners involved complement each other. Take the three partners in the Austrian Airlines Group: Austrian, Lauda Air and Austrian arrows. The focus of Austrian is on scheduled traffic, Austrian arrows specialises in regional business, while Lauda Air completes the Group programme with its activities in the charter flight segment.

Modern fleet

At just 6.2 years, the average age of our aircraft is substantially below the European mean. This makes our fleet one of the most modern in the world.

Around the world via the Vienna hub

Vienna’s domestic airport, Vienna International Airport, uses superior infrastructure, while its highly efficient handling of incoming and outgoing aircraft ensures the fast, comfortable transfer of our passengers. The airport’s average transfer time of just 25 minutes is unique in Europe, in fact. Should you ever have a longer time to wait until your departure, Vienna International Airport also offers generous and newly designed lounges to help you while away the time until your departure in the most pleasant and harmonious atmosphere.


The top priority for the companies of the Austrian Airlines Group is to fulfil passenger requirements to the very highest standards. Which is why Austrian, Lauda Air and Austrian arrows are constantly working to improve their services further still. The three first-class brands of the Austrian Airlines Group are valued around the world for their high levels of quality and friendliness. This is as true of Business Class as it is of Economy Class. The Austrian Airlines Group will continue in future to offer you the utmost in quality, reliability and security.


Turkish Airways

For Turkish Airlines employees, aviation first starts as an interest but soon turns into a passion. This passion is kept alive in nearly thirty operations within our organisation.

Thanks to its rich corporate structure and human resources, Turkish Airlines offers a variety of specialty fields to individuals who would like to develop their careers in the company. Our operations constitute parts of a chain and run in an integrated and coordinated way with each other. Loyalty and efficient team work are the foremost common values among our employees. We do our best to make sure that our employees’ personal objectives and their shared values are in harmony with the corporate objectives and culture.

All operations are supported by continuous training programmes. Hence personal development requirements are met and continuity of the corporate development is ensured


    As Turkey’s flag-carrier, the mission of Turkish Airlines is to provide air transportation services within the context of the following objectives:
  • strengthening the Company’s position as a global airline by expanding its long-distance flight network,
  • positioning the Company as a technical service provider by transforming its maintenance unit into a leading maintenance base in the region,
  • promoting the Company’s identity as a service provider in all areas of strategic civil aviation, including handling and flight training,
  • maintaining the Company’s leading position in domestic air transportation,
  • providing non-stop, high-quality air transportation services by collaborating with a global airline alliance that complements its network to further improve the Company’s image abroad and increase marketing opportunities,
  • making Istanbul an important hub.

Turkish Airlines was founded under law no. 2186 in ANKARA under the name"STATE AIRLINES ADMINISTRATION" as a department of Ministry of Defence.




1 ATH-9 (10 SEATS)

1935 The administration was turned over to Ministry of Public Works

1938 The name was changed to "General Directorate of State Airlines" and was operated under Ministry of Transportation

1945 DC-3 aircraft joined our fleet

1947 First international flight was Ankara-Istanbul-Athens

01.03.1956 TK was reorganised and operated under a special legislation and renamed Türk Hava Yollari A.O. with a capital of 60 MILLION TL.

1958-1960 F-27 anf VISCOUNT aircraft joined our fleet

1967 First DC-9 jet aircraft joined our fleet and the jet age started

1971 B-707 aircraft leased and joined our fleet

1973 F-27 aircraft replaced with F-28 aircraft

DC-10 aircraft joined our fleet

1974 B-727 aircraft joined our fleet

1984 The company was reclassified as a"STATE ECONOMIC ENTERPRISE" and the capital was raised to 60 BILLION TL

1985 AIRBUS 310 aircraft joined our fleet

1986 Fareast flights started with the addition of the SINGAPORE route to our flight network.

1987 The capital was raised to 150 BILLION TL in July

1988 New York route via Brussels was added to our flight network in August


  • The capital was raised to 700 BILLION TL in March
  • TK was included within the scope of the privatization in September
  • 1991
  • B-737 aircraft joined our fleet
  • Registered capital was raised to 2 TRILLION TL in September
  • 1992
  • Registered capital was raised to 2.5 TRILLION TL in December
  • 1993
  • A-340-300 aircraft joined our fleet in July
  • RJ-100 aircraft joined our fleet in July
  • First class service started on A-340-300 aircraft in August
  • THT (Turkish Air Transportation) incorporated company merged with Turkish Airlines in September
  • 1994
  • Issued capital was raised to 6 TRILLION TL in January
  • Direct New York flights started in July
  • 3rd A-340-300 aircraft joined our fleet in July
  • DC-9 aircraft disposed of from our fleet in September
  • Registered capital was raised to 6 TRILLION TL in November
  • 1995
  • First Class service started on A-310-318 aircraft in February
  • Registered capital was raised to 10 TRILLION TL in March
  • 3 B-727-200 aircraft were converted to cargo aircraft in July, September and November
  • 1996
  • RJ-70 aircraft joined our fleet
  • 4 B-727-200 aircraft disposed of from our fleet in April
  • 4th A-340-300 aircraft joined our fleet
  • Capital was raised to 10 TRILLION TL in May
  • Registered capital was raised to 50 TRILLION TL in December
  • 1997
  • 5th A-340-300 aircraft joined our fleet
  • Block space agreement signed on 31st September with Japan Airlines for Istanbul-Osaka-Istanbul route
  • 1998
  • Block space agreement signed with Austrian Airlines for the flights from Istanbul, Ankara, Izmir to Vienna in March
  • On March 30th Turkish Airlines became a member of "The Qualiflyer Group"
  • Paid capital was raised to 30 TRILLION TL in June
  • Block space agreement signed with Swissair for the flights from Istanbul to Zurich, Geneva and Basel, from Izmir to Zurich in August
  • Block space agreement signed with Croatian Airlines on Istanbul-Zagreb-Istanbul route in September
  • Block space agreement signed with Japan Airlines on Istanbul-Tokyo-Istanbul route in November
  • First 6 of 26 new generation B-737-800 aircraft joined our fleet in November
  • 1999
  • 9 B737-800 aircraft joined our fleet
  • Turkish Airlines opened its second maintenance center more than doubling its hangar capacity
  • No smoking policy is applied to all our flights in April
  • 6th A340-300 aircraft joined our fleet
  • Code share agreement signed with Malaysian Airlines on Istanbul-Kuala Lumpur-Istanbul route in September
  • Registered capital was raised to 175 TRILLION TL in November
  • 2000
  • 7 B-737-800 aircraft joined our fleet
  • Code share agreement with Austrian Airlines ended in March
  • 7th A340-300 aircraft joined our fleet in April
  • Block space agreement signed with Asiana Airlines on Istanbul-Seoul-Istanbul route in May
  • First commercial flight to Sydney was operated for the Olympic Games in September
  • Code share flights started in October to 10 domestic destinations in the USA via New York, Miami and Chicago as a result of the agreement signed with American Airlines at the end of February
  • New Frequent Flyer Program "Miles&Miles" was launched in October
  • Code share agreement with Malaysian Airlines ended in October
  • Beginning from October 29th
  • Block space agreement with Cathay Pacific Airlines on Istanbul-Hong Kong-Istanbul route
  • Code share agreement with LOT Polish Airlines on Istanbul-Warsaw-Istanbul route
  • Code share agreement with Czech Airlines on Istanbul-Prague-Istanbul route
  • 2001
  • 2 B737-800 aircraft joined our fleet
  • 6 A-310-200 aircraft sold to Iran Air
  • Code Share agreement with Sunexpress signed on Antalya-Frankfurt-Antalya route
  • Ankara flights started from Sabiha Gokcen Airport since January
  • Reservation Call Center (444 0 THY / 444 0 849) service started.
  • 2002
  • 2 B737-800 aircraft joined our fleet
  • Pristina flights started on 15th April
  • 2003
  • Runway maintenance in Adana Sakir Pasa Airport which began on 4th of November 2002 has been completed on January 15 and Adana flights have begun.
  • Because of the maintenance Dalaman Airport closed to flights. From 7 th of January to 30 th of January. Dalaman flights begun on 31 st January after the maintenance has finished.
  • Johannesburg-Cape Town flights stopped on March 29.
  • Because of the Iraq war, Bahrain flights have been stopped on 17th March, Kuwait flights stopped on 20th March. Kuwait and Bahrain flights have begun in 1st of May.
  • Hong Kong flights were terminated because of SARS. Our flights have begun on 30 June again.
  • Beijing and Shanghai flights which has been postponed by SARS on April 18 has begun on July 16. On 29th of July frequency of this flights has increased from 2 to 3 in a week.
  • New Delhi flights started on 18th of September.
  • Sivas flights started on 17th of October.
  • Izmir-Adana-Izmir route started on 2 nd of October.
  • Respecting to the Codeshare agreementent signed between THY and Air India, Istanbu-New Delhi-Istanbul flights have begun to implemantation with Air India on 3 rd of November.
  • THY has become the most reliable airline in AEA ,by having the lowest number of missing baggages in all other AEA member airlines.
  • Seat Restriction implamentation on domestic flights for Miles and Miles members has been stopped.
  • Electronic ticketing implementation has begun for THY flight crew on 9 th of December.
  • On Domestic Flights 30% discount implementation has begun for the passengers that make reservation earlier.
  • 2004
  • Turkish Airlines made a TL 214 trillion net profit in 2003.
  • Turkish Airlines has started to keep defibrillator on aircraft.
  • Turkish Airlines leased 2 A-310 aircraft from World Focus Airlines for the periodic use in order to cover aircraft shortage until the delivery of the ordered aircraft from Airbus and Boeing in August.
  • Turkish Airlines declared TL 23.9 trillion profit on the temporary return of income related to the first half of 2004. According to IATA datas; as the international air traffic %20,4 and seat occupancy %13,2 was increasing, the number of the THY’s passenger increased %22,6. At the same period, the total of the domestic passenger was 6,3 million and THY transported %74 of these passengers.
  • In September American aircraft manufacturer Boeing, has chosen THY Technical Maintenance Center among the other alternatives in the district and signed a 10 year of aircraft maintenance agreement. This agreement would provide USD 350 million income. Also one of the biggest manufacturer, Honerwell, declared THY’s Maintenance Center as an Authorised Repairement and Maintenance Center for acfm56-7b aircraft’s fuel components for the first time in the world.
  • With the opening of Van Airport to flights which has been closed since 21 July 2004 because of the construction, THY has started scheduled Van flights again since 18 September 2004, on Saturday.
  • Customer Online Service started on the website, in September.
  • THY made a TL 193 trillion( USD 128 million) profit in the first 9 months of the year. The number of the passengers increased %15,2 as compared to previous period.
  • As a result of the agreement with Pakistan Airlines, THY increased İstanbul- Karachi flights from two to four weekly. Pakistan Airlines started İslamabad-İstanbul flights three times weekly. According to this agreement, Pakistan Airlines decided to make technical cooperation with THY on maintenance.
  • Domestic flights have been increased in December and the winter season ticket fares were applied reasonably according to Revenue Management model, the balance between supply and demand.
  • In the pilgrimage period of this year (15 December-24 February) THY made 623 roundtrip flights out of Turkey for Jeddah and Medina. THY transported nearly 80 tousand pilgrims.
  • According to Cunsumer Report declared by AEA in December 2004; THY was the second in Europe about “ontime flights”. The rates indicated that THY succeeded above avarage about ontime flights. According to this report, THY was the second lowest rate of lost baggage. Based on these results, THY was one of the most successful airlines in Europe.
  • 2005
  • Domestic ticket fares have been arranged again in 1 February 2005. According to this arrangement, while the previous fare application based on the flight times was continuing, YTL 20.00 discount has been offered for many flights.
  • In 2004, THY reached its top in its history about the number of passengers, seat occupancy and the amount of the trannsported cargo. The rate of the number of the passengers increased %15 and rose 12 million as compared with 2003. %5 increase was recorded for the total of the flights. Thus, the seat occupancy in 2004 exceeded the level of %70 for the first time. The amount of the transported cargo rose from 123.400 tons in 2003 to 134.700 tons in 2004. The amount of transported cargo reached its top in its history with %9,1 of increase in one year.
  • THY made nearly YTL 110 million ( TL 110 Trillion) profit beyond tax
  • Because of the restoration in Gaziantep Airport between 3 March and 3 June 2005, THY directed daily İstanbul-Gaziantep and Ankara-Gaziantep flights to Adana in order to prevent flight shortage.
  • The annual inspection of Federal Aiation Authority of United States between 4 February and 18 February was compleately successful. According to the report; many workshops and departments of THY Maintenance Center were faultless. As a result of the report, the current maintenance certificate has been renewed.. The inspection report given by the unique authority of United States pioneering Civil Aviation in the world, certifying that THY can give maintenance service to all American civil airlines by indicating the capacity of the maintenance units are perfect.
  • THY started flights in both direction between İstanbul and Casablanca, one of the most imported cities of Morocco, four days weekly on 27 March.
  • THY’s Casablanca Office was opened with celebration on 31 March.
  • Temel Kotil, Ph.D became CEO of THY. Dr. Candan Karlıtekin elected again as Chairman of the Board. Here are the Members of the Board ( in alphabetical order): Mehmet Büyükekşi, Oğuz Borat, Candan Karlıtekin, Temel Kotil, Hüseyin Atilla Öksüz, Cemal Şanlı, Hamdi Topçu.
  • Privatization Bureau has %75,17 of THY’s shares and shareholders and institutioins have %24,83 of the shares.
  • The rate of the seat occupancy reached the level of %68,9 in the first quarter of 2005 (January-March) The rate of the number of the passengers increased %22,6 which was the highest rate in the last 10 years, from 2416 to 2961 in the same period last year. That’s a record in the first quarter of year about passenger. In the first 3 months of 2004 the amount of transported cargo rose from 27,9 tousand tons in the same period last year to 29,9 tousand tons in 2005.
  • THY has been operating flights from Sabiha Gökçen Airport on Istanbul’s Asian side since 30 April 2004. Flights in both directios between Sabiha Gökçen Airport and İzmir, Trabzon, Adana and Antalya which are the most demanded, have been operated.
  • Bilal Ekşi became THY’s Executive V.P. (Ground Operation) on 9 May.
  • THY started flights in both directions between İstanbul and Lisbon, one of the most important cities of Portugal, three times weekly on 7 June.
  • THY celebrated 72th anniversary.
  • THY started flights in both directions between İstanbul, Antalya London Stansted Airport on 14 June.
  • THY has increased İstanbul-Kuwait flights from two to four weekly since 1 June.
  • THY gave opportunity to university students “pre-career experience” called “111 Days at THY” in the summer
  • THY has increased İstanbul- Karachi flights from two to four weekly since 5 June.
  • THY started flights to Oslo, the Capital of Norway on 21 June.
  • It was decided that INPACT INT/CAN INTERNATIONAL SUPERVISION would carry out the independent limited inspection service between 2005 and 2006 .
  • Halil Tokel became Executive V.P. (Commercial)
  • THY added Almaata and New Delhi to its cargo service network.
  • THY increased flights in both direction between İstanbul and Konya from one to two as applied morning and evening on 22 August.
  • THY has started to keep defibrillator to use for a sudden heart attacks on all A-340 lond-range aircraft since August and educated fligth crew
  • In October,our service and image was refreshed. The tulip symbolizes the transformation and refreshment.
  • THY made YTL 27,5 million profit beyond tax in the first months of 2005.
  • İstanbul-Denizli flights have been operating daily since August.
  • THY has sponsored Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival which was held 42nd times.
  • Discounted fares from YTL 59.00 have been offered special for Ramadan.
  • THY started Astana, Kazakhstan flights on 19 October.
  • THY applied precautions taken by “ Security Committe” in Atatürk Airport in 12 October when Avian Influenza appeared in Turkey.
  • THY undertook transportation of aid materials freely to Pakistan suffered from earthquake.
  • THY Sport Club Chess Team became first in Turkey Chess Clubs Championship Final in Konya between 28 September and 3 October and raised to Turkey Super League.
  • International World Aviation Authority JAA Maintenance Standardization ( JAA MAST ) gave a report that “ THY was performing at the highest level in terms of Technical Maintenance and Repairement” carried out “flight Safety Inspection” in Turkey.
  • THY has been offering passengers different price alternatives through the new model since 1 November.
  • THY leased 2 MD-83 aircraft instead of RJ100 aircraft from World Focus Airlines.
  • THY decided to open up 23 new international destinations with increasing fleet by 59 new aircraft.
  • THY published awarded “Customer Satisfaction Survey” during one month on the web site ( / ) aiming to offerits passengers higher quality service through passenger’s demands and suggestions..
  • Foundation of THY HABOM A.S , THY TEKNİK AS, THY EGİTİM were decided.
  • THY planned to transport 90 tousand candidate pilgrims in 2006 pilgrimage season.
  • THY started flights in both directions between Ankara and Samsun and also Istanbul and Kars on 17 December 2005.
  • The first 3 aircraft of 59 bought from Airbus and Boeing ; the new generation Boeing 737-800, Airbus 320 and the first Airbus 330 in Turkey joined to our fleet in 15 December.
  • In 15 December, THY’s counters in Ataturk Airport have been arranged again to provide its passengers to board practically to their aircraft without waisting time.
  • Ankara Esenboga Airport Domestic Terminal (Terminal B) ,has been opened to service since 19 December 2005, after all the construction and maintenance have been compleated due to fire in 13 November 2005.
  • 59 number of aircraft was ordered.
  • 2006
  • THY started flights to Ljubljana in Slovenia on 16 January.
  • THY started flights to Abu Dhabi in United Arab Emirates on 22 January.
  • The inspection of US Civilian Aviation Authority between 23-27 January was successful. As a result of this inspection, ‘Aircraft Maintenance Authority Certificate’ of THY has been renewed.
  • Turkish Airlines started flights to Dusanbe in Tajikistan on 26 January.
  • Turkish Airlines returned TC-THM, RJ100 aircraft to England on 01 February.
  • THY started flights to Rostov in Russian Federation 03 February.
  • THY started flights to Sanaa in Yemen Arab Republic 03 February.
  • THY started flights to Donetsk in Ukranie on 07 February.
  • THY started flights to Tebriz in Iran on 15 February.
  • THY took delivery of TC-JGI, B737-800 aircraft from Boeing.This aircraft has landed at Istanbul Atatürk Airport on 26 February at 10:00 AM.
  • THY started flights to Kazan in Russian Federation on 28 February.
  • Coşkun Kılıç became THY’s V.P.Financial on March.
  • THY took delivery of TC-JGJ, B737-800 aircraft from Boeing.This aircraft has landed at Istanbul Atatürk Airport on 01 March on 10:30 AM.
  • THY started flights to Serbia And Montenegr Belgrade on 13 March.
  • THY started flights to Russian Federation St Petersburg on 15 March.
  • THY started flights to Finland Helsinki on 19 March.
  • THY started flights to Oman Muscat (via Doha ) on 24 March.
  • THY started flights to Qatar Doha (via Muscat ) on 24 March.
  • Turkish Airlines returned TC-THD, RJ100 aircraft to England on 28 March.
  • THY started flights to Italy Venice on 31 March.
  • THY started flights to Ireland Dublin on 07 April.
  • THY started flights to Latvia Riga on 19 April.
  • THY started flights to Ethiopia Adis Ababa (via Khaotoum) on 22 April.
  • THY started flights to Sudan Khaotoum (via Adis Ababa) on 22 April.
  • THY took delivery of TC-JGK, B737-800 aircraft from Boeing. This aircraft has landed at Istanbul Atatürk Airport on 27 April on 10:15 AM.
  • THY started flights to Russian Federation Yekaterinburg on 26 April.
  • THY took delivery of TC-JLM, A319-132 aircraft from Airbus. This aircraft has landed at Istanbul Ataturk Airport on 27 April.
  • THY took delivery of TC-JGL, B737-800 aircraft from Boeing.This aircraft has landed at Istanbul Ataturk Airport on 28 April.
  • THY took delivery of TC-JLN, A319-132 aircraft from Airbus. This aircraft has landed at Istanbul Ataturk Airport on 28 April.
  • THY started flights to Ukranie Dnipropetrovsk on 28 April.
  • The inspection of IOSA Program which is the aviation securty standard, was compleately successful. According to this inspection Turkish Airlines has been the first ‘‘ IOSA Operator ’’ of Turkey.
  • THY started flights to India Mumbai on 05 May.
  • THY has been started to sale tickets on the phone.
  • Istanbul Tecnical University – Turkish Airlines Tecnical Design Office opened and began to activity under Istanbul Tecnical University Aeronatical and Space Science Faculty.
  • THY took delivery of TC-JNC, A330-203 aircraft from Airbus. This aircraft has landed at Istanbul Ataturk Airport on 11 May.
  • THY took delivery of TC-JGM, B737-800 aircraft from Boeing. This aircraft has landed at Istanbul Ataturk Airport on 18 May.
  • THY’s new CIP lounge was opened at Atatürk Airport in May 2006
  • A new company of THY with the name ‘‘Technic INC.’’ was founded at 23.05.2006 with the %100 percent share of the THY.The company is founded with the 271.325.800 YTL real capital.
  • THY started flights to Byelorussion Minsk on 25 May
  • THY took delivery of TC-JGN, B737-800 aircraft from Boeing. This aircraft has landed at Istanbul Ataturk Airport on 28 May.
  • THY started flights to Japan Osaka on 14 June.
  • THY President and Chief Executive Officer Temel Kotil attended to IATA’s Membership of the Board of Governors On June 2006.
  • THY took the ISO 9001:2000 Quality Certificate at 19 June.
  • THY took delivery of TC-JGO and TC-JGP, B737-800 aircraft from Boeing. These aircraft have landed at Istanbul Ataturk Airport on 30 June.
  • Turkish Airlines returned TC-THE, RJ100 aircraft to England on 06 July
  • THY took delivery of TC-JRA, A321-231aircraft from Airbus. This aircraft has landed at Istanbul Ataturk Airport on 13 July
  • THY started flights to Nigeria Lagos on 27 July.
  • THY took delivery of TC-JGR and TC-JGS, B737-800 aircraft from Boeing. These aircraft have landed at Istanbul Ataturk Airport on 28 July.
  • THY took delivery of TC-JND, A330-203 aircraft from Airbus. This aircraft has landed at Istanbul Ataturk Airport on 29 June.
  • THY took delivery of TC-JNE, A330-203 aircraft from Airbus. This aircraft has landed at Istanbul Ataturk Airport on 29 July.
  • THY started to direct flights to Singapore as from 1 August 2006.
  • Due to the Code-Share Agreement Signed between THY and Kenya Airways(KQ) Nairobi-İstanbul-Nairobi flights were started as from 1 August 2006.
  • THY decided to join Star Alliance at 4 August.



Our Story

With Etihad, everyone who flies with us is welcomed as our guest.

This simple credo illuminates everything we do, from big things like making sure that our fleet is one of the most advanced in the sky, to small touches like letting you choose the films you watch.

We’re proud to be the National Airline of the United Arab Emirates. At the crossroads between Europe and Asia, our home reflects our commitment to bringing the world closer together — as does our highly cosmopolitan staff.

Discover how we put the pleasure back into flying.


As the National Airline of the United Arab Emirates, we seek to reflect the best of Arabian hospitality — cultured, considerate, warm and generous — as well as enhance the prestige of Abu Dhabi as a centre of hospitality between East and West.

Our goal is to be a truly 21st century, global airline, challenging and changing the established conventions of airline hospitality.

We welcome everyone who flies with us as a distinguished Guest, as reflected in the unique hospitality we offer in our Guest Zones. With our fresh new approach to service in the air and on the ground, we seek to return a sense of freedom to flight.

As well as a relaxing experience, we also strive to make travel safe and environment-friendly by practising the highest global standards in both these areas.

And we are always in touch with your needs. That’s why we are constantly innovating, taking the smallest detail into account in our pursuit of excellence and perfection.

Welcome aboard for a refreshing experience. Be our Guest.

Change the way you see the world.


Etihad Airways was set up as the National Airline of the United Arab Emirates in July 2003 by a Royal decree issued by Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, then the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Services. Soon after, Dr Sheikh Ahmed bin Saif Al Nahyan was appointed Chairman of the airline.

Based in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the UAE, we started with an initial paid-up capital of AED500 million, with the twin objectives of creating an airline that would bear the UAE flag and extend true Arabian hospitality to our guests. Our name reflects this spirit: ‘Etihad’ is Arabic for ‘united’, and hence a symbol of the bonding among the seven emirates that constitute the UAE.

We officially launched services with a short, ceremonial flight to the oasis city of Al Ain in the emirate of Abu Dhabi on November 5, 2003. A week later, on November 12, 2003, we started commercial operations with the launch of our service to Beirut.

In the months that followed, we grew at a phenomenal pace, adding almost one new route a month. In June 2006, we achieved another milestone: 30 destinations in 30 months. By 2010, we plan to touch 70 international destinations.

Other significant achievements in our three-year-old history include:

  • An unprecedented US$8-billion order for new aircraft in 2004 (five Boeing 777-300ERs and 24 Airbus aircraft, including four A380s).
  • The first-ever direct flight from the UAE to Geneva (June 2004), Brussels and Toronto (October 2005).
  • The first-ever non-stop flight from Abu Dhabi to Johannesburg.
  • The World’s Leading New Airline of the Year Award (2004, 2005 and 2006, World Travel Awards).
  • The World’s Leading Flatbed Seat Award (13th World Travel Awards, 2006).

Sharing our unique vision and keeping pace with our amazing growth are our leisure division, Etihad Holidays; and our cargo services unit, Etihad Crystal Cargo.

Set up in November 2003, Etihad Holidays offers exciting holiday packages for a variety of budgets and tastes, living up to the Etihad promise of offering true value to guests.

Etihad Crystal Cargo offers innovative air cargo services that are based on three fundamental promises: ultimate information transparency, 21st century technology and total customer focus.

And, together, we change the way you see the world.

Gulf Air
Arabian Hospitality

With over half a century of pioneering history, Gulf Air is one of the most experienced Middle East carriers. Renowned for its outstanding and warm Arabian hospitality and service, passengers flying with Gulf Air enjoy both comfort and quality across all classes.

Biggest Middle East Network

With over 520 weekly flights, Gulf Air has the biggest Middle East network. It also boasts fast and convenient connections via its Bahrain hub with almost two in three Gulf Air flights offering connectivity within two hours.

Premium Services

For our premium passengers Gulf Air offers dedicated First and Business Class check-in, airport Fast Track and premium lounge access.

Generous Baggage Allowance

Gulf Air has one of the most generous checked baggage allowances of all the major carriers. First Class passengers are permitted a free checked allowance of 50kgs, Business Class 40kgs and Economy Class 30kgs.

Sky Nanny

Specially trained for in-flight childcare services, Gulf Air’s Sky Nanny takes the stress out of travelling with small children. All children also receive backpacks containing lots of goodies to keep them entertained during the flight.

Rewarding Frequent flyer programme

The award winning Gulf Air Frequent Flyer programme is one of the most generous in the industry. It offers a host of benefits to reward loyal customers including extra baggage allowance, lounge access, free flights and more.

Iran Air

"Iranian Airways" was first established in May 1944 and commenced its first passenger flight right after the World War II from Tehran to holy city of Mashhad. Within a period of 17 years (1945-1962) this airline developed into a major domestic Route with a few international flights per week.

In 1954 another private airline as "Pars Airways" was established.

Initially "Pars Airways" only undertook freight services to Europe.

The geographical situation of Iran, expanding its spacious levels, relative remoteness of crowded areas from each other, lack of means of transportations either railways or roads, the need to initiate safe and fast connections to survey and governmental organizations, and the last but not the least, lack of an ordered equipment with high capacity to revive mutual aviation rights with other countries and also securing more welfare and comfort for Iranians, provided the conditions for the board of ministers to ratify a proposal suggested by road minister to establish a national Airline corporate on February 10th, 1961.

Following this decision, on February 24th, 1961 both "Iranian Airways" and "Pars Airways" merged to form a new airline as" IranAir" with the acronyms and the symbol of "HOMA" bird and this new airline commenced its activities in April 1962.

Covering the domestic aviation transportation needs accompanied by observing the safety principles and forming transportation services with neighboring and far-fetched countries, and also considering simultaneous communal contracts on commercial grounds and interests of the country were among the reasons to establish IranAir.

Iraqi Airways


Iraqi Airways was founded in 1945. The first planes used were Dragon Rapides. For the next fiscal decade, until 1955, these planes were alternated with Vickers Viscounts. By 1955, however, the Viscounts took over all of Iraqi Airways' services.

The 1960s arrived, and so did the jet age. Iraqi Airways was quick to modernize, buying Russian built Tupolev TU-124 planes as well as British built Tridents. These jets allowed Iraqi Airways to increase service across the Middle East, to Africa and Europe. During that time, cargo airplanes such as the Il-76 arrived.


KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is an international airline operating worldwide. KLM forms the core of the KLM Group, other members being KLM cityhopper and KLM merged with Air France in 2004 in a business model that is unique in the aviation industry.

Under the Air France-KLM holding company, both KLM and Air France operate as network airlines: via hubs, or transfer airports, they maintain a worldwide network of services to European and intercontinental destinations. KLM and Air France complement each other through the optimal alignment of their networks and through the coordination of their three core activities: passenger transport, cargo transport and aircraft maintenance.

In close cooperation with Air France, KLM offers passengers and airfreight shippers more than 250 destinations worldwide, either non-stop or via another airport. A key principle in the alliance is the dual hub strategy: KLM and Air France’s home bases of Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and Paris Charles de Gaulle respectively act as transfer airports in the shared network. Measured by operating revenues, Air France-KLM is the largest airline group in the world.

KLM is a member of SkyTeam, one of the three global airline alliances. With ten members as of April 2006, SkyTeam is the second largest alliance by market share. KLM is thus a key player in a strong global alliance that has important positions in North America, Europe and Asia. KLM – with its partner Kenya Airways – and Air France also enjoy a strong position in Africa.

KLM’s strategic goal is profitable and sustainable growth. Together with Air France, it will achieve this through the further development of its three core activities in the most attractive markets, through cooperation within SkyTeam and through further reductions in unit costs.

KLM recognizes that sustainability is a precondition for it to retain the support it needs to realize its commercial goals. KLM’s strategy is therefore to achieve profitable growth that contributes to both its own corporate goals and the economic, societal and social development of The Netherlands.

KLM wishes to play an active part in setting the criteria necessary to realize its objectives: growth opportunities at the Schiphol home base, access to all markets that add to the quality of the network, and a level playing field for all. KLM seeks to balance the company’s interest with those of its local surroundings.

As an employer, KLM wants to promote the long-term involvement of its employees in the labor process. To achieve this it pays specific attention to the flexibility, mobility, participation and health of its staff. In fiscal 2006 | 2007, KLM Group carried nearly 22.6 million passengers and 627,000 tons of cargo and provided engineering and maintenance service for airframes, engines and components to more than 100 airlines. KLM Group operates a modern fleet of 194 aircraft and had a workforce of 32,555. Operating revenues for 2006 | 2007 amounted to € 7,698 million and operating income to € 616.

Kuwait Airlines

Vision Statement

Kuwait Airways aims at setting the standard for customer orientation and become an admired airline to fly, to invest in, and to work for.

Products and Services:

To provide customer-oriented services that meet the individual needs and preferences of our clients.

For clients who look for best-in-class services, we provide for them a premium product.

For clients seeking value for money, we provide a reliable economy product.

Our philosophy is to be an airline with a global reach and a local touch. Our clients will appreciate our services that enhance both novelty and tradition.


To serve the entire community of Kuwait

To become the preferred carrier for inbound business travel.

To become a link for Business and Leisure travel between Eastern and Western regions.


We are an international airline. We connect the Kuwaiti economy and society with the world whenever it is economically feasible.

We are an important link. The geographic location of Kuwait allows us to link with the GCC countries, the Indian sub-continent and Asia with Europe, and the USA and vice versa.

Financial Viability:

To grow in line with the market demand in Kuwait and capture further growth opportunities in the Middle East.

To provide a viable investment opportunity to the private sector.

For us, financial viability is the key to become a trusted and respected enterprise to our investors, customers and employees.

After the Liberation of Kuwait in 1991, we proudly rebuilt Kuwait Airways. With the same spirit we look at the future and take the challenge of transforming Kuwait Airways into a profitable enterprise.


We believe that highly-motivated and well-trained employees can show distinguished performance. Therefore we empower our employees by providing rewarding career opportunities and excellent training.


To use technology to improve our product reliability, safety and on-time performance.

To use integrated Management Information Systems to support the management decision-making by providing accurate and actual information on market and own performance.


To become a catalyst for the future economy of Kuwait and the neighboring regions.

To build a strong relationship with the local community, especially with suppliers.

As the flag carrier of Kuwait, to continue to be associated with success and excellent performance.

Turkish Airways

Moving moments in a company's lifetime: Lufthansa from infancy to the present-day. The first passengers use a ladder to climb into the Fokker-Grulich FII. Today's passengers check in on the Internet or with a WAP-enabled mobile phone...


Lufthansa owes its origins to "Deutsche Luft Hansa Aktiengesellschaft" (renamed "Lufthansa" in 1933), which is formed from a merger between "Deutsche Aero Lloyd" (DAL) and "Junkers Luftverkehr" on January 6. The new airline inherits its crane logo, designed by "Deutsche Luft-Reederei" in 1919, from DAL, the blue-and-yellow house colours from Junkers.

It commences scheduled flights on April 6 with a fleet of 162 aircraft, of 18 different types. A flying expedition to China is the event of the year.


Following its acquisition of shares in 1926 in the German-Russian "Dereluft" airline, which was founded in 1921, Lufthansa is influential in the founding of the Spanish Iberia, the Brazilian "Syndicato Condor" and the Chinese "Eurasia" airlines.


Lufthansa opens the first trans-oceanic, scheduled airmail service across the South Atlantic. Between 1936 and 1938, it also experiments with scheduled air services across the North Atlantic.


After substantial expansion of the route network in 1939—including flights to Bangkok and Santiago de Chile—wartime air services, except for a few European countries, are suspended. All flights are discontinued in 1945 and Lufthansa goes into receivership and is finally wound up and struck from the Berlin commercial register in 1965.


The Federal Transport Minister sets up a working committee in 1951 to prepare for the resumption of air traffic in postwar Germany and entrusts the job of implementation to "Büro Bongers", the office headed by Hans M. Bongers, the traffic chief of the old Lufthansa in Cologne. A new company to run air services and named "Aktiengesellschaft für Luftverkehrsbedarf" (Luftag) is founded in Cologne on January 6, 1953. The company changes its name to the more traditional "Deutsche Lufthansa Aktiengesellschaft" in 1954, and resumes scheduled flights on April 1, 1955.


Lufthansa enters the jet age, initially on long-haul routes, with the arrival in the fleet of the Boeing 707. The last of the propeller-driven aircraft, a Vickers Viscount, is retired in 1971.


Conversion to jet aircraft continues with the start of flights on medium-haul routes with the Boeing 727 and, on short-haul, with the Boeing 737, the city jet largely fathered by Lufthansa. The wide-body era begins at Lufthansa with the delivery of its first Boeing 747 jumbo jet in 1970, later to be joined by the McDonnell-Douglas DC10 and the A300, the first of the jets from the newly founded European aircraftmaker.


Lufthansa resumes flights to Berlin 45 years after the end of World War Two following Germany's reunification.

1992- 1997

Lufthansa masters its worst-ever economic crisis with a sweeping rehabilitation programme. The airline, largely owned by the state, is privatised step by step. Its MRO, cargo and IT businesses are spun off as independent companies.


Lufthansa, Air Canada, SAS, Thai Airways und United Airlines create the "Star Alliance", the world's first multilateral airline grouping, later to be joined by other carriers.


The Lufthansa Aviation Group equips itself for the new millenium, training its focus on innovation and quality. Placement of orders for 15 Airbus A380 megaliners charts the airline’s path into the future.


Even during times of crisis in the aviation industry, Lufthansa remains on the ascent: With the “Future European Operations“ programme, the airline reorganises its regional markets, while gaining new partner airlines to expand the Star Alliance global route network. Passengers enjoy greater comfort in a completely revamped Business Class with fast broadband Internet connectivity in the aircraft cabin.


Lufthansa celebrates the 50th anniversary of the new Lufthansa following its postwar re-entry into the airline community. SWISS is integrated as an independent airline in the Lufthansa Group. Its integration consolidates Lufthansa’s position among Europe’s leading network carriers.

2006- 2008

Lufthansa creates new perspectives for Germany's future as a business location: Lufthansa orders 20 Boeing 747-8s and is the launch customer for the aircraft. Preparations for the A380 include route proving with Airbus, a new A380 maintenance hangar and a new terminal area in Frankfurt. The Lufthansa Aviation Center becomes an architectural flagship. Lufthansa Cargo founds the cargo airline AeroLogic with DHL Express. Further partners strengthen the Star Alliance, which now encompasses 21 members.

Middle east airlines


Middle East Airlines
Turkish Airways

The Qantas story is inextricably linked with the development of civil aviation in Australia. It begins with fragile biplanes carrying one or two passengers in open cockpits and progresses to advanced Boeing 747s flying some 400 people half way around the world in a day

But, it is a story of human endeavor, not just machines. A few determined individuals overcame formidable obstacles to establish the Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services Ltd (QANTAS). Supported by committed staff and loyal customers, the airline persevered through war and peace to serve the nation and build an enterprise. The Qantas story is about the people who have created its exciting and productive history - its staff, its customers and the excellence of its business partners and key suppliers.

Today, Qantas is widely regarded as the world's leading long distance airline and one of the strongest brands in Australia. Qantas continues to provide outstanding service to its customers and is at the forefront of the international civil aviation industry.

The future holds many challenges for Qantas - maintaining safe operations and world class product standards while building a viable and competitive position long term for the airline

Qatar Airways

Travel by air has reached the point where it is now taken for granted in most corners of the globe. With larger number of passengers and more choice available in the skies, airlines looking to maintain and grow their position in the marketplace must provide a high-quality service with ever-increasing efficiency.

In this highly competitive environment, award-winning Qatar Airways has undergone a phenomenal expansion period, with an average of 35% growth year-on-year for the past 10 years. Along the way, the airline has garnered many awards and accolades, becoming one of only five airlines worldwide to have been awarded a five-star rating by Skytrax, an independent aviation industry monitor.

Our commitment is to provide travellers with the highest quality of service in the air and on the ground. Qatar Airways will grow these services as we continue along our path of expansion and quest to become known globally as the best airline in the world.

We look forward to offering you our award-winning Five Star service.

Thank you for flying Qatar Airways.

Akbar Al Baker


Qatar Airways

Akbar Al Baker's Profile

Akbar Al Baker has been instrumental in shaping the development of Qatar Airways into one of the fastest growing and most highly acclaimed airlines in the world.

Born in Doha, he is a graduate in Economics and Commerce and worked at various levels in the Civil Aviation Directorate before becoming Qatar Airways' CEO in 1997.

Mr. Al Baker has, over the last decade, spearheaded the growth of Qatar Airways, which operated only four aircraft in a regional capacity prior to his appointment. Currently Qatar Airways flies 58 aircraft to almost 80 destinations across an ever-growing international route network.

He is also leading the development of the New Doha International Airport, which opens in phases from 2009.

A highly motivated individual, Mr. Al Baker has been a successful businessman in Doha for more than 25 years, holds a private pilot license, and is also CEO of several divisions of Qatar's national airline - these being Qatar Airways Holidays, Qatar Aviation Services, Qatar Duty Free Company, Doha International Airport, Qatar Distribution Company and Qatar Aircraft Catering Company.

Turkish Airways


Royal Brunei Airlines, the country’s flag carrier, was established on 18 November 1974 as an independent corporation wholly owned by the government of Brunei Darussalam.

The airline’s chairman is Pehin Orang Kaya Pekerma Dewa Dato Seri Setia Lim Jock Seng, Minister of Foreign Affairs Two at the Brunei Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The Acting Chief Executive Officer is Pengiran Haji Alihashim Pengiran Haji Yussof while other Brunei citizens hold the senior management posts within the departments of Aircraft Operations, Commercial, Corporate Services, Finance & MIS and Engineering.

Growth Through the Decades

In Royal Brunei's first year, services were started to Singapore, Hong Kong, Kota Kinabalu and Kuching in Malaysia. The route plan extended over the years and flights to Manila (1976) and Bangkok (1977) became available.

Following the purchase of a third B737-200QC Combi in 1980, the airline's network expanded to include Kuala Lumpur (1981), Darwin (1983) and Jakarta (1984).

In 1986 following the acquisition of three new extended-range B757-200 aircraft, Taipei was added. Later, services were started to Dubai (1988).

Growth continued through the 1990s. In June 1990, Royal Brunei took delivery of its first B767-300ER aircraft, enabling it to fly to London Gatwick (1990). However, the following year, on 7 May, it changed its services to fly twice weekly to London Heathrow instead.

1991 saw Perth and Jeddah added to its destinations list, while Brisbane came online in 1994.

On December 1, 1996, Royal Brunei began daily flights to London Heathrow. Twice-weekly services to Surabaya were launched a year later in 1997.

In October 2003 Auckland was introduced to the network as an extension of the Brunei-Brisbane flights.

May 2006 witnessed the inauguration of the three times weekly flights to Ho Chi Minh City, formerly known as Saigon.

Moving Ahead
Soon after the beginning of the millennium, Royal Brunei's board and management unveiled a bold and aggressive strategy to develop the airline's status as a world-class player.

The plan was to make the organisation well structured and dynamic. At the same time the airline would invest in a re-fleeting programme that would include both the acquisition of new aircrafts and the upgrading of its current equipment with the latest state-of-the-art technology.

The core objective was to raise the levels of comfort and safety, two factors that are paramount to passengers.

New Fleet
The delivery of two new Airbus A319 aircraft (August and September 2003) marked the beginning of Royal Brunei's re-fleeting programme. Two more Airbus A320s were delivered in December 2003 and January 2004.

Royal Brunei now operates a fleet of six Boeing B767-300s, two Airbus A320s and two Airbus A319s.

Route Network
Royal Brunei provides scheduled services across Asia, the Middle East, Australasia and to the United Kingdom. As an added convenience to its passengers, the airline has code-share agreements with Thai Airways International, Malaysia Airlines, British Midland, Philippine Airlines and Dragon Air of Hong Kong, allowing passengers to co-ordinate flights for seamless travel to a wider choice of destinations

Austrian Airlines

Company Overview

In 1963, His Majesty King Hussein of Jordan issued a Royal Decree for the setting up of a national air carrier. His words were unforgettable. "I want our national carrier to be the ambassador of goodwill and the bridge across which we exchange culture, civilization, trade, technology, friendship and better understanding with the rest of the world." Inspired by this royal vision, Alia (later renamed Royal Jordanian) launched its operations.

Royal Jordanian's role as Jordan's national carrier has now long been established. Today, under the invaluable guidance and directives of His Majesty King Abdullah II, the airline carries out its mission, while continuously modernizing and upgrading its services, renewing its fleet and expanding its route network and operations. Royal Jordanian's headquarters are located in the heart of the capital, Amman, and its flights are operated from Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA). Its modern fleet covers a network of 54 destinations on four continents.

The airline owns Royal Wings, a Royal Jordanian subsidiary company dedicated to charter business, operating from Amman Civil Airport in Marka. It also owns 20% of Jordan Airline Training and Simulation Limited (JATS), 20% of Jordan Aircraft Maintenance Limited (JorAMCo), 20% of Alpha (the flight catering services company) and 6% of the Royal Jordanian Air Academy. In view of its reputation and international level of competitiveness, the airline was honored when the prestigious oneworld airline alliance invited Royal Jordanian to join its elite membership, of which the most important are, American Airlines, British Airways, Iberia, Cathay Pacific, Japan Airlines and others. RJ is thus the first Arab and regional air carrier selected to join any of the three global airline alliances (oneworld, SkyTeam and Star Alliance), and the first airline to join oneworld in the last five years. The airline officially joined oneworld on April 1, 2007, after it completed all technical and technological requirements to become part of the grouping. Royal Jordanian currently has marketing alliances, through code-sharing, with several international airlines including, Austrian Airlines, Iberia, Air Canada, Aeroflot, Thai International, Malaysia Airlines, Syrian Airlines, Gulf Air, Cyprus Airways, America West Airlines and American Airlines.


To be the Airline of choice connecting Jordan and the Levant with the world.


To ensure our customers always recommend our airline because we consistently provide:

The highest level of safe, secure and reliable air transportation. A seamless travel experience with exceptional customer care. Value for money through maintaining cost efficiency. To ensure our people are motivated and work productively as a team because we offer: A healthy and stimulating work environment with open dialogue and participation. Competitive employment benefits and rewards. Opportunities for training and career development. Energetic and decisive leadership. To ensure our shareholders invest in the company because we deliver: An attractive return on investment. Sustainable profitable growth. The highest levels of corporate integrity and responsibility. To ensure Jordan will be proud of us because we: Represent the best of Jordanian hospitality and culture. Promote Jordan as a destination and a gateway to the Middle East, to both business and leisure travelers. Support local communities and charities.


  • We strive for excellence and those who succeed in our company will be:
  • Team players
  • We enjoy working and succeeding through effective communication, and believe we can achieve more by working together as one team.
  • We respect people's opinions and learn from our differences.
  • Objective
  • We make decisions based on hard facts and robust business cases, not on emotion or opinion.
  • We always provide data to make our point and convince our colleagues.


  • We constantly endeavor to provide our customers with their needs.
  • We guarantee strict compliance with the company's internal policies and external regulatory requirements.


  • We are dedicated to deliver the best to our stakeholders.
  • We set and achieve high performance standards.
  • We take responsibility for our actions and our work.
  • We listen and respond to both our external and internal customer needs.


  • We are always understanding and helpful to our customers.
  • We always try to be supportive and accommodating to our colleagues.
  • We aim to deliver standards to others that we wish for ourselves.


  • We are always honest and transparent with our customers, partners and employees.
  • We nurture trust and respect in our working environment and promote an atmosphere of open communication.
Turkish Airways

The Creation of Singapore Airlines

From a single plane to an internationally respected brand, more than 60 years of innovation and service has propelled the growth of Singapore Airlines to become one of the world's leading carriers with an advanced fleet. We began with three flights per week, and today our route network spans 103 destinations in 41 countries. Years ago, Singapore Airlines was the first to offer free drinks and complimentary headsets. More recently, we pioneered inflight telecommunications services and unparalleled inflight luxury. In 2007, Singapore Airlines celebrated its 60th Anniversary and we are the first to put the world’s largest plane into service.

From First Flight to Soaring Height

The history of Singapore Airlines dates back to 1 May 1947, when a Malayan Airways Limited Airspeed Consul took off from Singapore's Kallang Airport on the first of three scheduled flights a week to Kuala Lumpur, Ipoh and Penang.

Over the next two decades, the Airline steadily acquired more planes. There were additions of the DC-4 Skymaster, Vickers Viscount, Lockheed Super Constellation, Bristol Brittania, Comet IV, and the Fokker F27.

On 16 September 1963, the Federation of Malaysia was born and the Airline became known as Malaysian Airways Limted. In May 1966, it became Malaysia-Singapore Airlines.

Later, the new look of the Airline evolved further with its first Boeings - three B707s, then a fleet of B737s.

In 1972, Malaysia-Singapore Airlines split up to become two entities - Singapore Airlines and Malaysian Airline System.

This change was used to launch a new, more modern service approach on the airline. To house a special fleet of B747s, B7272s, and DC-10s, the new Singapore Airlines also boasted a new airfreight terminal and a B747 hangar.

The Singapore Girl is Born

In 1968, the sarong kebaya uniform designed by French couturier Pierre Balmain was introduced and the internationally recognized image of the Singapore Girl debuted.

A Reputation for Inflight Firsts

The 1980s brought a number of firsts. The Singapore Airlines fleet continued to grow, in impressive and historic ways. It had the first A300 Superbus, the B747-300 Big Top, the B757 and the A310-200. We are also the first airline in the world to operate an international commercial flight across the Pacific Ocean with the 747-400 Megatop.

In the 1990s, Singapore Airlines revolutionized inflight communications and entertainment through the KrisFone - the first global sky telephone service - and KrisWorld offerings. At the same time, we sought to further improve our unparalleled fleet, placing a US$10.3-billion order for 22 B747-400s and 30 A340-300s in 1994, a US$12.7-billion order for 77 B777s in 1995, and a US$2.2-billion order for 10 A340-500s in 1998. The company was also first to involve a comprehensive panel of world-renowned chefs, the International Culinary Panel, in developing inflight meals in 1998.

In 2000, the Airline placed 19 A380s on firm order and a US$4 billion order for 20 more B777-200s in 2001. In 2004, Singapore Airlines was the first to operate the world’s longest non-stop commercial flight between Singapore and Los Angeles in February on the A340-500, and then surpassing the record (in terms of distance) later that year with the non-stop service to New York (Newark) in June. The A380, the world's largest commercial plane entered service with Singapore Airlines on the 25 October 2007, making it another world’s first.

The Highest Service Today

Singapore Airlines today is built solidly on our history, from the designer bone china flatware to the Bulgari cologne for First Class passengers, to our advanced fleet of aircraft and motivated employees.

Today, our inflight service is of the highest order. The Singapore Airlines World Gourmet Cuisine boasts a selection of exclusive and tantalising signature dishes, specially designed by a panel of nine internationally renowned chefs, and a wine list selected by three of the world's most discerning wine consultants.

KrisWorld, Singapore Airlines' award-winning and ever-expanding inflight entertainment system, offers customers a wide range of entertainment options. Customers can choose from a variety of movies, TV programmes, music CDs and channels. There is also an extensive selection of video games and interactive applications including Berlitz Word Traveler, a fully interactive learning programme.

Singapore Airlines became a full member of the global Star Alliance in 2000 and with it came "seamless" worldwide air travel. With the extensive network of partner airlines, connecting flights, frequent flyer points, and baggage clearance are now a breeze.

Singapore Airlines’ route network reaches out to over 100 destinations in 41 countries.

A Future of Firsts

Singapore Airlines made Aviation history when the Airline became the first to operate the world's largest aircraft, the A380, on the 25 October 2007 between Singapore and Sydney. The A380 also operates to and from London and between Singapore and Tokyo.

In addition, Singapore Airlines introduced its Suites - in a class beyond First, together with cabin improvements in all other classes while still providing excellent service.

The future promises to bring more firsts like these, as Singapore Airlines continually strives to drive quality service through innovation.
Austrian Airlines

SWISS is Switzerland’s national airline, and its 75-aircraft fleet serves 71 destinations (winter schedules) around the world from its Zurich hub and from Basel and Geneva international airports. As part of the Lufthansa Group and a member of the global Star Alliance, SWISS will remain true to its mission of providing quality air services that link Switzerland with Europe and the world.

People who fly with SWISS should always feel at home. And, with its core values of “personal care”, “Swiss hospitality” and “quality in every detail”, SWISS will continue to maintain its high market profile as Switzerland’s national airline.



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