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Established by the Government of Dubai, flydubai operates from Terminal 2 at Dubai International Airport.flydubai currently has a fleet of more than 30 brand new Boeing 737-800 NG aircraft and operates to more than 75 destinations, flydubai offers state of the art facility and service. Offering pleasurable cheap ticket air travel, Flydubai covers 75 world-wide destinations.


Ethiopian has come a long way since commencing operations in 1945 with a weekly service between Addis Ababa and Cairo. Early on the airline recognized that a successful future depended on first developing a far-reaching pan-African route network. With this aim now largely fulfilled, the airline’s focus is shifting. New destinations and increased numbers of flights to Europe, the United States of America, Canada, Asia and the Middle East have been launched, as the airline goes about bringing the world closer to Africa.

Daallo Airlines

DAALLO Airlines is the flagship company of the DAALLO group and is considered one of the best known companies in Somaliland, Somalia and Djibouti. DAALLO Airlines is the national carrier for Republic of Djibouti and serves the East African region with flights to the Middle East. The company has significant dominance in the passenger traffic and from these countries.

Jubba airways

Jubba Airways is providing flights to destinations in East Africa and Middle East including Somalia, Kenya ,Djibouti, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and more.

Jubba Airways employs a team of more than 300 skilled professionals and has its own leased aircraft maintained by highly qualified engineers. A network of travel industry representatives in Europe, North America and Asia recommend the services of Jubba Airways for air transportation within Somalia and beyond.

Turkish Airlines

Turkish Airlines is the national flag carrier airline of Turkey, headquartered at the Turkish Airlines General Management Building on the grounds of Atatürk Airport in Istanbul. As of February 2015, it operates scheduled services to 261 destinations in Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Americas, making it the fourth-largest carrier in the world by number of destinations. With Istanbul Atatürk Airport being the main base, the Turkish carrier has secondary hubs at Esenboğa International Airport, Sabiha Gökçen International Airport, and Adnan Menderes Airport. 

Air Djibouti

Air Djibouti, also known as Red Sea Airlines, was the flag carrier of Djibouti between 1963 and 2002. It was headquartered in the capital, Djibouti City.[1][2]. Air Djibouti was established in April 1963. Scheduled operations commenced in April of the following year, with a fleet of Bristol 170, De Havilland Dragon Rapide and Beechcraft Model 18 aircraft.[3] In 1970, the airline was taken over by the Air France subsidiary Air Somali, which was founded in 1962. Both airlines merged in 1971.[4] The newly independent Republic of Djibouti participated in 1977 with a 62.5% share in the company.