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Operating Airlines

Badr Airlines

Airline Company Register in Sudan

Air Arabia

Air Arabia Abu Dhabi was formed following an agreement by Etihad Airways and Air Arabia to establish an independent joint venture company that will operate as a low-cost passenger airline with Abu Dhabi International Airport as its hub. The capital’s first low-cost carrier follows the business model of Air Arabia and complements the services of Etihad Airways from Abu Dhabi thereby catering to the growing low-cost travel market segment in the region.

Kam Air

Cham Wings

Cham Wings Airlines, the first Syrian private airline company was established at the end of 2007 with a national capital, as one of the commercial Shammout group companies. Its establishment came as a result of the economic openness and the new laws came out at that time by the Syrian government as an encouragement to the private sector to enter into the air transport field to meet the growing necessities of the travel market.

Qatar Airways


Indigo Airline

Saudi Arabian Airlines

National airline of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and operating over 75 domestic and international destinations within Saudi Arabia, and to the Middle East, Africa, Europe, North America, and the Far East.

Middle East Airlines

MEA is the main flag carrier of Lebanon operating over 25 international destinations in the Middle East, Europe, North and West Africa.

Egypt Air

Egyptian flag-carrier offering over 60 domestic as well as international services in over 45 countries throughout Egypt, Africa, Europe, the Middle and Far East, Indian Subcontinent, and North America. Egyptair is a member of the Star Alliance.