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List of regional airlines

 

List of regional airlines

The following is a list of regional airlines organized by home country.


Contents

  • Current regional airlines 1
    • Africa 1.1
    • Americas 1.2
    • Asia 1.3
    • Europe 1.4
    • Oceania 1.5
  • Defunct regional airlines 2
    • Africa 2.1
    • Asia 2.2
    • Europe 2.3
    • Americas 2.4
    • Oceania 2.5
  • See also 3
  • References 4

Current regional airlines

Africa

 Algeria

 Botswana

 Kenya

 Mozambique

 Nigeria

 South Africa

 Zambia

 Zimbabwe

 Tanzania

Americas

 Canada

 Colombia

 Brazil

 Costa Rica

 Haiti

 Mexico

 Nicaragua

 Panama

 United States

Asia

 Bangladesh

 China

 Hong Kong

 India

 Indonesia

 Japan

 Malaysia

 Pakistan

 Philippines

 Singapore

 South Korea

 Taiwan

 Thailand

Europe

 Austria

 Denmark

 Estonia

 Finland

 France

 Germany

 Greece

 Iceland

 Ireland

 Italy

 The Netherlands

 Norway

 Poland

 Portugal

 Romania

 Russia

 Slovakia

 Spain

 Sweden

  Switzerland

 Turkey

 United Kingdom

Oceania

 Australia

 New Zealand

Defunct regional airlines

Africa

Asia

 India

Europe

 Albania

 Austria

 Belgium

 Bosnia & Herzegovina

 Denmark

 Estonia

 Finland

 France

 Germany

 Iceland

 Ireland

 Italy

 Lithuania

 The Netherlands

 Norway

 Poland

 Romania

 Spain

 Sweden

  Switzerland

 United Kingdom

Americas

 Canada

 Martinique

 Mexico

 Montserrat

 Netherlands Antilles

 Panama

 USA

Oceania

See also

References

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