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List of airlines of the United Arab Emirates

This is a list of airlines which have an Air Operator Certificate issued by the General Civil Aviation Authority ([www.gcaa.gov.ae]) of United Arab Emirates.

Emirates Airbus A380-800
Etihad Airways Airbus 340-300
Airline IATA ICAO Callsign Hub Airport(s) Type Notes
Presidential Flight Authority (PFA) Abu Dhabi Amiri Flight [1] MO AUH SULTAN Abu Dhabi International Airport

Al Bateen Executive Airport

Private operator (Government) Operating for the Royal Family and Government of Abu Dhabi
Abu Dhabi Aviation Abu Dhabi International Airport
Aerogulf Services Company Dubai International Airport Helicopter Charter Services
Aerovista AJD Sharjah International Airport Scheduled/ Cargo UAE AOC Expired
Air Arabia G9 ABY ARABIA Sharjah International Airport Scheduled Largest low cost airline in the Middle East
Al Jaber Aviation LJB AL JABER Abu Dhabi International Airport Corporate
Al Rais Cargo HJT ALRAIS CARGO Dubai International Airport Cargo AOC Expired
AVE.com 2E PHW PHOENIX SHARJAH Sharjah International Airport Charter/ Leasing AOC Expired
Dana Executive Jets DEJ DANAJET Ras Al Khaimah International Airport
Dolphin Air ZD FDH FLYING DOLPHIN Dubai International Airport Charter AOC Expired
Dubai Royal Air Wing DUB DUBAI Dubai International Airport Private operator (Government) Operating for Royal Family of Dubai
Eastern SkyJets ESJ EASTERN SKYJETS Dubai International Airport Charter
Emirates EK UAE EMIRATES Dubai International Airport Terminal 3 Scheduled Largest airline in the Middle East, Flag Carrier of Dubai, National airline of UAE until formation of Etihad Airways in 2003
Empire Aviation Group Dubai International Airport Charter
Etihad EY ETD ETIHAD Abu Dhabi International Airport Scheduled Flag Carrier of Abu Dhabi, National Carrier of UAE
Execujet Middle East EJO MIDJET Dubai International Airport Charter
Falcon Aviation Services FVS FALCON AVIATION Al Bateen Executive AirportScheduledd Charter
Falcon Express Cargo Airlines FC FCX FALCON CARGO Dubai International Airport Cargo
FJR Private Flight FJR Fujairah International Airport
Flydubai FZ FDB SKY DUBAI Dubai International Airport Terminal 2 Scheduled Low-Cost Carrier of Dubai
Gama Aviation GSH GAMAMENA Dubai International Airport
Global Jet GBG GLOBALGULF Dubai International Airport
Gulf Wings GWC GULF WINGS Sharjah International Airport
HeavyLift International Cargo Sharjah International Airport AOC Expired
Heli Dubai Dubai International Airport Helicopter Charter
JETOPS Jebel Ali Sea Plane operator
Maximus Air MXU CARGO MAX Abu Dhabi International Airport Cargo
Midex Airlines MG MIX MIDEXCARGO Al Ain International Airport Cargo
Rotana Jet RJD ROTANA Al Bateen Executive Airport Scheduled, Charter First airline in the UAE to operate domestic services
Royal Jet ROJ ROYALJET Abu Dhabi International Airport Charter Luxury airline
Sharjah Ruler's Flight SHJ SHARJAH Sharjah International Airport Private operator


See also

  1. ^ "Presidential Flight Authority established". 
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