Top Ten Largest Airlines in Europe by 2014
Air travels continue to be a growing market in London with more business and le...
Aeroflot is part of Russian airlines. Russian airlines basically operate from its basic airport
Sheremetyevo International...
Thomson airways are among world's largest airline offering flights from the UK to many
destinations like Africa, Asia and ...
more than 150 destinations worldwide. The departure of flights is from more than 60 airports in
nine European countries.
E...
British Airlines is the sixth largest airline company in the world. British Airways has 290 planes
flies to more than 180 ...
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Top Ten Largest Airlines in Europe by 2014

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Air travels continue to be a growing market in London with more business and leisure trips on Planes than before. Now it is one of the competitive market, with the rise of the budget airlines and availability of bargains bought in advance.

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Top Ten Largest Airlines in Europe by 2014

  1. 1. Top Ten Largest Airlines in Europe by 2014 Air travels continue to be a growing market in London with more business and leisure trips on Planes than before. Now it is one of the competitive market, with the rise of the budget airlines and availability of bargains bought in advance. Lufthansa Airlines- Lufthansa is Europe’s largest airline both in terms of passengers carried and fleet size when combining all subsidiaries. The company owns more than 620 aircraft and services well over 200 destinations. The turnover for last year is €30 billion. Aeroflot Airlines Group-
  2. 2. Aeroflot is part of Russian airlines. Russian airlines basically operate from its basic airport Sheremetyevo International Airport both domestic and international services. It has a fleet of 150 jets and flies to 130 destinations. Air Berlin Group – Air Berlin is known as Germany’s second largest airline, after Lufthansa and Europe’s eighth largest airline. The airlines are largest in terms of passengers carried. Air Berlin is a member of the one world alliance and owns the subsidiary’s NIKI in Austria and Belair in Switzerland. The airlines fly to170 destinations and have a fleet of 118 aircraft. Thomson Airways-
  3. 3. Thomson airways are among world's largest airline offering flights from the UK to many destinations like Africa, Asia and North America. Thomas Airways provides flights from London to Montego Bay. The average time taken by the flight from London to Montego Bay is 9h 30minand total distance is 4,713 miles. Turkish Airlines Group– Turkish airways have scheduled services to 261 destinations in Europe, Asia as well Africa from February 2015 itself. It is also fourth-largest carrier in the world because of the number of destinations. The Company has taken more than 18 billion Turkish lira in revenues last year. TUI Airways– The TUI Group owns TUI fly airlines, it’s a germen airline. The Company owns eight European airlines which makes it largest tourism group in Europe. TUI group operates scheduled flights to
  4. 4. more than 150 destinations worldwide. The departure of flights is from more than 60 airports in nine European countries. Easy Jet – UK’s largest airline Easy Jet is based at London Luton Airport. The airline provides services in 32 countries with more than 600 routes. Easy Jet is the largest airline of the UK by the number of passengers carried. Air France-KLM Group – Air France is part of Franco-Dutch holding company. The airways own Air France and KLM. Both the KLM and Air France were being merged in 2004 after that they are providing services to more than 130 destinations worldwide. British Airways Group –
  5. 5. British Airlines is the sixth largest airline company in the world. British Airways has 290 planes flies to more than 180 destinations. British Airways provides best services among the major airlines and they fly non-stop. Ryanair Airlines– Ryanair airlines are known as Europe’s most talked-about budget airline. The airline keeps growing continuously. It is an Irish company which operates around 300 Boeing aircraft and provides services in 28 countries in Europe.

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