---- - Air Andaman - Thailand - Serves Phuket and other resort areas in the southern peninsula
CA - Air China - The largest operator within the People's Republic
AI - Air India - The national carrier
NX - Air Macau - Five A321s and three A320s serve China and S.E. Asia
GT - Air Mandalay - Myanmar - Domestic airline
MK - Air Mauritius - Flag carrier flies from the island nation to Africa, Asia, Australia and Eurpoe
HM - Air Seychelles - Seychelles - From European and African capitals to the Indian Ocean paradise
NH - All Nippon Airways - Japan - Flights to both US seaboards
8G - Angel Air - Thailand - Unofficial site for this domestic airline
FG - Ariana Afghan Airlines - Afghanistan - The Middle East plus Moscow, Frankfurt and Istanbul
OZ - Asiana Airlines - S. Korea - From Kimpo International to Asian destinations
PG - Bangkok Airways - Thailand - Flights from Bangkok to Thai resorts plus Phnom-Penh
B4 - Bhoja Air - Pakistan - Passenger and cargo service
BG - Biman Air - Bangladesh - Asian and European capitals on DC-10s, A310s, F28s and BAe-ATPs
BHA - Buddha Air - Nepal - Domestic flights from Kathmandu using four Beech 1900D aircraft
CX - Cathay Pacific - Hong Kong - 747s, 777s, A330s and A340s
CI China Airlines - World destinations fanning out from Taipei
MU - China Eastern Air - Based in Shanghai's Hongqiao International Airport
CJ - China Northern Airlines - Extensive domestic system using A300, MD-90 and MD-82 aircraft
CZ - China Southern Airlines - Boeings serving China and southeast Asia
SZ - China Southwest Airlines - China - Extensive list of domestic destinations
KA - Dragon Air - Hong Kong - Southeast Asia regional airline
KB - Druk Air (Royal Bhutan Airlines) - Bhutan - India, Nepal, Bhutan, Thailand
BR - EVA Air - Taiwan - The airline arm of the Evergreen Group
Z5 - GMG Airlines - Bangladesh - Regional flights centered in Dhaka
G1 - Gorkha Airlines - Nepal - Eight domestic destinations
IC - Indian Airlines - India - Wholly owned by the Government of India
JD - Japan Air System - Ninety-nine domestic rutes
JL - Japan Airlines - Tokyo and Osaka to all major world destinations
9W - Jet Airways - India - Thirty domestic destinations using 737s
KE - Korean Air - Southeast Asia plus select European and North Amercan cities
AE - Mandarin Airlines - Taiwan - Flights to Sydney, Brisbane, Auckland and Vancouver. Non-English website
OM - MIAT Mongolian Airlines - Domestic service plus Moscow, Berlin and southeast Asia, using ANs, an A310 and three 727s
UB - Myanmar Airways International - Myanmar - Yangon, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur
3Z - Necon Air - Nepal - Domestic flights plus northern India on Avro HS-748s, an ATR-42 and a Cessna Caravan
DD - Nok Air - Thailand - Low-cost airline with service from Bangkok to Chiang Mai, Hat Yai and Udon Thani
OX - Orient Thai Airlines - Thailand - Southeast Asia on B747s and L1011s
BL - Pacific Airlines - Vietnam - Domestic flights, plus Taipei and Hong Kong
PK - Pakistan International Airlines - Flag carrier
BI - Royal Brunei Airlines - Brunei - Southeast Asia, Australia, the Persian Gulf and the UK, from headquarters in Bandar Seri Begawan
RA - Royal Nepal - Kathmandu to select European and East Asian cities
S2 - Sahara India Airlines - India - Domestic airline flies B737-400s and helicopters
---- - Sakhalinskie Aviatrassy (SAT) - Russia - Connects Sakhalin Island with Japan, Korea, China and eastern Russia
NL - Shaheen Air International - Pakistan - Karachi, Islamabad, Lahore and Peshawar, plus Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Kuwait, Alain and Muscat
SC - Shandong Airline - China - Domestic flights on 737s and SAAB-340s
FM - Shanghai Airlines - China - Boeing 737s, 757s, and 767s to major Asian and European destinations
3U - Sichuan Airlines - China - Connects Sichuan province to the rest of China
MI - Silk Air - Singapore - This regional wing of Singapore Airlines flies A320s
SQ - Singapore Airlines - 747s and 777s to world destinations
SK - Skyline Airways - Nepal - Domestic flights
UL - SriLankan - Sri Lanka - Flag carrier goes to Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Previously AirLanka
TG - Thai Airways International - A large and varied fleet
---- - Tiger Airways - Singapore - Low-cost subsidiary of Singapore Airlines
VN - Vietnam Airlines - Europe and Asia from Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City
MF - Xiamen Airlines - China - Thiry-seven Boeings fly an extensive domestic network
HK - Yangon Airways - Myanmar - Regional airline




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