AirTran Airways is one of
America’s largest low-fare airlines – employing more than 5,600
professional Crew Members and operating 531 flights a day to 45
destinations. The airline’s hub is at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta
International Airport where it operates 197 flights per day. AirTran
Airways has the youngest all-Boeing fleet of any airline.
Seattle-based Alaska Airlines is the nation's ninth largest airline, serving a total of 89 destinations throughout the West Coast, Alaska, Canada, Mexico, as well as Boston, Chicago, Denver, Washington, D.C., New York City, Newark, Miami, and Orlando.
Now celebrating its 30th year of operation, ATA is the nation's 10th largest airline based on revenue passenger miles. ATA has the youngest, most fuel-efficient fleet among the major carriers, featuring Boeing 737-800 and 757-300 aircraft. ATA operates significant scheduled service from Chicago-Midway, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, St. Petersburg, Fla. and San Francisco to over 40 business and vacation destinations.
Atlantic Airlines, "America's Hometown Airline" offering air service throughout the southeastern United States. We specialize in providing air service to and from most Major Airports to those hard to get to cities that have limited or no air service in the southeast.
With more flights than any other airline, Cape Air takes you where you want to be in minutes. Enjoy money-saving joint fares and convenient connections with major carriers through Boston and Providence (in season). Serving the Cape and Islands since 1989.
Chalk's Ocean Airways is the world's oldest scheduled airline. The company was founded by Arthur B. Chalk, an automobile mechanic in Paducah, Kentucky when he was introduced in 1911 to the noted aviation pioneer, seaplane pilot and barnstormer Tony Janus, who subsequently gave Mr. Chalk flying lessons in exchange for repairs on his aircraft.
Companion Air is the first airline created specifically for pets and their owners. We fly very safe and reliable jet-prop aircraft so that we can operate out of small local airports, fly high and fast, and provide a roomy, executive class interior.
Delta Air Lines, Inc. provides air transportation for passengers and freight throughout the United States and around the world. As of October 1, 2003, Delta (including its wholly owned subsidiaries, Atlantic Southeast Airlines, Inc. and Comair, Inc.) served 216 domestic cities in 46 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands, as well as 46 international cities in 31 countries.
Frontier is an affordable fare airline that provides service to 40 cities, 38 U.S. cities and two Mexico cities, from its Denver hub. The airline is the second largest jet carrier of Denver International Airport with an average of 200 daily system-wide departures and arrivals.
Great Plains flies the 32-seat Fairchild Dornier 328 family of aircraft. Our Jets and PropJets are faster and roomier than other regional aircraft. Both have a 6'2" tall ceiling and the widest aisle in its class. The all-leather seats have significantly more room per passenger than many full-size jets.
Hawaii's largest airline since its founding in 1929, Hawaiian Airlines today serves 18 domestic and international destinations in the Pacific region. It specializes in air transportation among the Hawaiian Islands and bringing visitors to Hawaii from points in the Western U.S. and the South Pacific.
Horizon Air provides air transportation to more than 40 destinations in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, California, Arizona, Colorado, British Columbia, and Alberta. Its major hubs are Seattle, Portland, and Boise.
JetBlue serves 23 cities around the country with a fleet of 47 new, environmentally friendly, Airbus A320 aircraft. Every JetBlue aircraft is outfitted with roomy all-leather seats, each equipped with the DIRECTV® System offering up to 24 channels of DIRECTV® programming.