Emirates connects the world through our global hub in Dubai.
Our airline operates modern, efficient, and comfortable aircraft, and our culturally diverse workforce provides award-winning services to customers on six continents daily.
At present, Emirates boasts a fleet of 262 aircraft, serving 152 destinations worldwide.
Moreover, in 2020, Emirates stood out as the largest international airline as the industry was rebounding from the COVID-19 pandemic, successfully transporting a staggering 15.8 million passengers.
Japan Airlines, founded in 1951, boasts a modern fleet of over 230 aircraft.
It holds a prominent position as one of the world’s leading carriers and became a member of the one world Alliance in 2007.
Operating from four major hubs in Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, and Okinawa, Japan Airlines offers its services to 95 destinations spanning 20 territories.
With a storied history and a renowned tradition of embodying Japanese hospitality, JAL is dedicated to ensuring the utmost in-flight safety and delivering top-notch quality in every facet of its service.
Established in 1933 with a humble fleet of 5 aircraft, Turkish Airlines, a proud member of the Star Alliance.
Now operates a fleet of over 300 aircraft (including both passenger and cargo planes) and serves an extensive network of more than 300 global destinations.
The airline takes great pride in hoisting the Turkish flag worldwide, offering its passengers access to diverse corners of the globe.
Turkish Airlines proudly declares, “We fly to more countries than any other airline in the world,” reflecting its commitment to global connectivity.
Air France transforms every flight into a truly enjoyable experience throughout its daily operations.
The airline conducts 1,500 daily flights within France, Europe, and around the world.
Since 2004, Air France and KLM have united to create one of the foremost European groups in the aviation sector.
Operating from their primary hubs at Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Amsterdam-Schiphol.
The Air France-KLM Group grants its customers access to a comprehensive network encompassing 312 destinations across 116 countries.
8.Cathay Pacific Airways
The Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific Group actively provides scheduled passenger and cargo services to more than 200 destinations across Asia, North America, Australia, Europe, and Africa.
They accomplish this using a fleet of nearly 200 aircraft. Cathay Pacific proudly holds the status of being a founding member of the one world global alliance.
also took home skytrax’s worlds best inflight entertainment title.
Established in 1989, EVA Air has been a member of the Star Alliance.
The airline operates a global network that actively connects Asia and Mainland China to Europe, North America, and Oceania, establishing vital links to over 60 significant business and tourist destinations.
EVA Air conducts its operations primarily from its hub at Taoyuan International Airport in Taiwan.
Korean Air, one of the founding members of Sky Team, stands as a prominent international airline based in Seoul, with its primary hub situated at Incheon (ICN) Airport.
The airline’s core operations encompass passenger services, cargo, aerospace, catering, and in-flight sales.
With a vision of becoming a highly regarded leader in the global airline industry, Korean Air is committed to delivering top-tier flight experiences.
Serving 125 destinations spanning 44 countries, Korean Air manages a fleet consisting of 169 aircraft.