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Buffalo Airways

Canadian Buffalo Airways has been in the business of providing scheduled and chartered passenger and freight service for over 40 years. Buffalo mostly operates in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut.

Buffalo’s fleet consists of vintage piston powered war planes like the DC-3 , DC-4 and C-46 Commando. For the fire fighting contracts the PBY-5 and CL-215 was added. Latest addition to the fleet is the turboprop powered L-188 Electra.

Air China

Air China is the flag carrier and one of the major airlines of the People’s Republic of China. By fleet size Air China is the world’s 10th largest airline, nowadays consisting of mostly Western types. Air China was formed when the CAAC was split up in 6 different airlines.

In this airline profile we will look into de CAAC history and the modern day Air China.

Saudi Arabian Airlines

In 1962 Saudi Arabian was the first Middle Eastern airline operation a jet airliner, when two Boeing 720´s were delivered. Nowadays Saudia Airlines flies one of the youngest fleet in the region, including Boeing 747-400 and 777-200 aircraft with a total of 139 aircraft. Besides being Saudi Arabia´s domestic and international airline, Saudi Arabian also provides royal and government-related flights, provided by special aircraft types.

Virgin Airlines

Virgin Atlantic was developed as an offshoot of Richard Branson's Virgin Group, who was better known at the time as the flamboyant leader of Virgin records. Virgin Atlantic started cheap flights between London and New York in June 1984.

AviaMagazine.com looks into one of the first low budget airlines which now also includes Virgin Express en Australia's Virgin Blue.

Every issue we will provide you with an in-depth profile of one of the worlds many airlines. Please feel free to contact us if you have photo's or information about airlines, so we can use your input for one of the future profiles.

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