Continental Airlines (IATA: CO, ICAO: COA, Callsign: CONTINENTAL) (NYSE: CAL) is an American airline based and headquartered in Continental Center I in Downtown Houston, Texas. It is the fourth-largest airline in the US based on revenue passenger miles. Continental operates flights to destinations throughout the U.S., Canada, Latin America, Europe, and the Asia-Pacific regions. Principal operations are from its three hubs at Newark Liberty International Airport, George Bush Intercontinental Airport, and Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.
The origin of Continental Airlines dates to the 1934 formation of Varney Speed Lines, which operated airmail and passenger services in the American Southwest. The carrier was renamed Continental Air Lines in 1937, and expanded its domestic U.S. network in the 1960s with jet aircraft. International flights to Southeast Asia and South Pacific destinations began in 1978 following industry deregulation. Continental was embroiled in ownership struggles in the 1980s, and entered bankruptcy in 1983 and 1990. The carrier exhibited a financial and operational turnaround after 1996, and embarked on international route expansion in the 2000s.
Continental has ownership interests and brand partnerships with several carriers. Continental Micronesia, a wholly owned subsidiary, operates routes around Micronesia from its hub at Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport in Guam and connects the Micronesian region with destinations in East Asia, Southeast Asia, Honolulu and Cairns, Australia. Continental is also a minority owner of ExpressJet Airlines, which operates under the trade name Continental Express but is a separately managed and publicly-traded company. Chautauqua Airlines also flies under the Continental Express identity, and Cape Air, Colgan Air, CommutAir, and Gulfstream International Airlines feed Continental's flights under the Continental Connection identity. Continental does not have any ownership interests in these companies.
Continental Airlines left the SkyTeam alliance on October 24, 2009, and joined Star Alliance on October 27, 2009. Together with its subsidiaries, Continental has more than 2,423 daily departures, serving 130 domestic and 132 international destinations and has 42,210 employees as of December 2009. Since 1998, Continental's marketing slogan has been "Work Hard, Fly Right
Scandinavian Airlines or SAS, previously Scandinavian Airlines System, is the flag carrier of Denmark, Norway and Sweden, and the largest airline in Scandinavia. Part of the SAS Group, the airline operates 143 aircraft to 90 destinations in 28 countries. The airline's main hubs are Copenhagen Airport, which is the main European and intercontinental hub, Stockholm-Arlanda Airport and Oslo Airport, Gardermoen. In 2006, SAS carried 25.4 million passengers, making a revenue of SEK 42 billion. This makes it the ninth-largest airline in Europe. SAS' fleet consists of Airbus A319, A321, A330 and A340, Boeing 737 Classic and Next Generation, Bombardier CRJ900, Fokker 50 and McDonnell Douglas MD-80 and MD-87. It is a founding member of the Star Alliance. The company has its head office in Solna, near Stockholm, Sweden.
The airline was founded in 1946 as a consortium to pool Det Danske Luftfartselskab's, Svensk Interkontinental Lufttrafik's and Det Norske Luftfartselskap's transatlantic services. European and domestic cooperation started two years later, and in 1951 the airlines merged to create SAS
De son vrai nom Brendan Airways, USA 3000 Airlines a été fondée par Apple Vacations, un tour opérateur du nord-est des États-Unis. La licence de vol d'USA 3000 Airlines est au nom de « Brendan Airways ». Cependant, pour des raisons commerciales, le nom de la compagnie est USA 3000 Airlines, ainsi que l'indiquent les uniformes, les avions, les publicités, le site web, etc
The airline was established on 26 May 1989 with the aim of selling medium haul flights to tour operators. Eurofly started its operations on 26 February 1990. It was set up with a 45% shareholding by Alitalia in response to the needs of the flag carrier to develop the leisure travel market. The original shareholding was divided between Alitalia (45%), Olivetti (45%) and San Paolo Finance (10%). There have been several changes of ownership since.  As of 2008, Eurofly is partly owned by Meridiana. 
Long-haul operations started in 1998 and in 2000, Alitalia acquired full control. In 2003, the company was privatized with 80% being sold to the Banca Profilo Spinnaker fund which acquired the remaining shares in July 2004. In the same year, Eurofly set-up an operations base in Sharm el Sheikh with two Airbus A320-200 aircraft operating flights to several regional airports in Italy..
At the end of 2006, Spinnaker sold a 29,95% stake in Eurofly capital to Meridiana. Mr Giovanni Rossi (CEO of Meridiana) became CEO of Eurofly.
In January 2008, two capital increases took place and Meridiana participation in Eurofly's capital grew to 46.1%
On the 28th February Meridiana and Eurofly merged to create Italy's second biggest airline. The new airline is called Meridiana Fly. For now both airlines aircraft will continue to carry there individual logos. However Eurofly's GJ code will immediately disapear and be replaced by Meridiana's IG code
Sky airlines est une compagnie aérienne charter turque.
Elle dispose d'une flotte de sept boeing 737 (6 737-400 et 1 737-800) en configuration classe unique à haute densité. Elle opère des vols à partir de l'aéroport d'Antalya (terminal 1 et depuis 2007 du terminal 2). Elle travaille surtout pour le groupe GTI (Allemagne, Pays-Bas, Pologne et Russie). Elle a commandé trois nouveaux Boeing 737-900ER. Mise à jour de la flotte : 5 Boeing 737-400, 1 Boeing 737-800 et depuis mi 2008 2 Airbus A320 et 1 Airbus A321