Passenger Airlines

Srilankan Airlines

SriLankan Airlines

The flag carrier of Sri Lanka and a member of the Oneworld alliance, SriLankan Airlines emerged in 1979 as Air Lanka following the termination of operations by the original Sri Lankan flag carrier, Air Ceylon. After a partial acquisition by Emirates in 1998, the airline underwent re-branding and retained its identity even after the Sri Lankan government acquired all shares in 2008.

Operating a robust network of over 560 flights per week, SriLankan Airlines boasts the largest fleet and network in Sri Lanka, serving 126 destinations in 61 countries. With Bandaranaike International Airport as its main hub near Colombo, the airline joined the Oneworld alliance in 2014, expanding its online network to 117 destinations and providing connectivity to over 1,000 cities in 160 countries. Notably, SriLankan Airlines holds the distinction of being the largest foreign airline operating in 14 cities in India and maintains a significant presence in the Maldives, serving two cities.


Pegasus Airlines

Pegasus Airlines, also known as Flypgs, is a leading Turkish low-cost carrier headquartered in Istanbul, operating over 130 destinations. The airline maintains a modern fleet of 80 fuel-efficient Boeing 737 aircraft, prioritizing affordability and efficiency. With fare options ranging from Basic to Flex, Pegasus ensures flexibility to meet diverse traveler needs.

Pegasus Airlines also focuses on customer-centric initiatives, providing an extensive online booking platform and the BolPuan loyalty program for frequent flyers. The airline is committed to sustainability, investing in fuel-efficient aircraft, offsetting carbon emissions, and engaging in responsible tourism practices at destinations. Pegasus Airlines strikes a balance between cost-effective travel and customer satisfaction, making it a preferred choice for budget-conscious and environmentally conscious travelers.


Air Cairo

Egypt's leading private airline, Air Cairo stands out with its dynamic network connecting the Middle East, Europe, and Asia, serving both leisure and business travelers. The airline boasts an extensive Middle East presence, reaching key destinations in Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Qatar, Jordan, Oman, and Kuwait. Venturing into Europe, Air Cairo caters to travelers in France, Germany, Italy, and Slovakia. Expanding its footprint to Asia, the airline connects to Kazakhstan. Domestically, Air Cairo ensures accessibility to cities in Egypt, including Alexandria, Aswan, Luxor, and Sharm El Sheikh.

Established in 2003, Air Cairo operates with a modern fleet of Airbus A320s, emphasizing comfort and reliability. The airline provides budget-friendly options for both scheduled and charter flights. Continuously adding new destinations to meet growing demand, Air Cairo stands as a key player in the region's aviation landscape.

iraqi Airways

Iraqi Airways

Iraqi Airways, the national carrier of Iraq, proudly operates from its headquarters located at Baghdad International Airport in Baghdad, making it the second oldest airline in the Middle East. Focused on domestic and regional services, the airline utilizes Baghdad International Airport as its primary base. A significant milestone was marked in March 2009 when Iraqi Airways initiated flights to Sweden after a hiatus of almost 19 years.

The airline further expanded its regional reach in September 2009 by resuming flights to Bahrain and Doha, Qatar. In October of the same year, Iraqi Airways resumed flights to Karachi, Pakistan, and introduced seasonal (Hajj) flights to Jeddah. Adding to its growing network, Iraqi Airways commenced flights to Malmö, Sweden, in November 2009. These strategic expansions are aligned to reconnect Iraq with key global destinations and contribute to the region's air travel landscape.



Vistara, a leading airline in India, prioritizes domestic connectivity, linking major cities and tourist hubs across the country. Its comprehensive domestic network covers North, West, East, South, and the Northeast. The airline also extends its reach internationally, flying to Sri Lanka, Maldives, Nepal, Thailand, and Singapore.

As a joint venture between Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines, Vistara is recognized for its premium service, modern amenities, and innovative features like mood lighting. Committed to sustainability, the airline actively implements initiatives to reduce its environmental impact, establishing itself as a preferred choice for travelers seeking quality service with a focus on environmental responsibility.

Cargo Airlines


Gulf Air Cargo

Operating from its hub at Bahrain International Airport, Gulf Air Cargo, also called Falcon Cargo, specializes in dedicated cargo services covering the Gulf, Middle East, Europe, Indian Subcontinent, and Far East regions. As the national airline of the Kingdom of Bahrain, Gulf Air has been a key player in establishing crucial links across these regions for over 60 years. The Gulf Air Express freight service ensures priority uplift and confirmed allocation, offering convenience with pre-alert telex notifications and tracking services.

Gulf Air Cargo handles a diverse range of cargo, including general shipments, perishables like fresh fruits and seafood with specialized temperature control, dangerous goods adhering to safety regulations, valuable items such as jewelry and artwork, live animals with meticulous care, and outsized cargo like large machinery and vehicles. With a main hub in Bahrain, Gulf Air provides 24-hour coverage, facilitating smooth and swift transfers. The airline's efficient cargo services enhance connectivity, ensuring that cargo arriving in Bahrain can seamlessly reach destinations like Abu Dhabi, Cairo, Jeddah, Kuwait, or Dubai within minimum connecting time.


Etihad Cargo

The cargo and logistics arm of Etihad Aviation Group, Etihad Cargo has rapidly become a preferred global air cargo partner since its inception in 2004. With dedicated air cargo and freighter services, the airline serves businesses worldwide, offering efficient AirMail and eCommerce solutions for registered businesses. Etihad Cargo takes pride in its commitment to pharmaceutical logistics, holding the prestigious IATA Centre of Excellence for Independent Validators (CEIV) certification. The FreshForward service ensures the secure transportation of perishables, accredited with IATA CEIV Fresh certification.

Etihad Cargo's expertise extends to Live Animals logistics, with the SkyStables service holding the IATA CEIV certification for the comfortable and safe transport of horses. The airline also provides tailored solutions for the transportation of animals, earning the IATA CEIV certification in Live Animals logistics. Further elevating its services, Etihad Cargo offers FlightValet for the global transport of high-value vehicles and FlyCulture for the secure and discreet transportation of rare and valuable items, including paintings, sculptures, and musical instruments.


SriLankan Cargo

SriLankan Cargo, the cargo arm of SriLankan Airlines, serves as the vital gateway in Asia, facilitating seamless connections to its extensive global network encompassing 37 destinations across 21 countries.

Operating an all-Airbus fleet of 22 modern aircraft, including A330s for long-haul and A320/A321/A320 Neo/A321 Neo for medium-haul flights, SriLankan Airlines ensures efficient and sophisticated cargo transportation. The cargo services cover a diverse range of shipments, including general cargo, dangerous goods, live animals, perishables, valuables, and vulnerables.


Air Cairo

As a versatile hybrid airline, Air Cairo, in collaboration with Egyptair, extends its operational prowess to the cargo domain. With a strategic focus on scheduled passenger and cargo flights to the Middle East and Europe, coupled with its expertise in charter services for European tour operators, Air Cairo seamlessly bridges continents. Its operational hubs include Cairo International Airport, Sharm El Sheikh International Airport, and Hurghada International Airport, with the central administrative offices situated in the Sheraton Heliopolis Zone.

Bolstered by a fleet of 31 aircraft, Air Cairo's operations epitomize flexibility, reliability, and efficiency, making it a preferred choice for diverse passenger and cargo transportation needs. Air Cairo's commitment to excellence and strategic hub locations position it as a trusted partner for seamless cargo transportation, meeting the dynamic demands of the global logistics landscape.


Iraqi Airways Cargo

With a legacy dating back to the 2000s, Iraqi Airways Cargo has been expertly transporting live animals, including endangered species, providing specialized facilities, veterinary care, and dedicated staff to simplify international animal movements. Their commitment extends to general cargo transportation, ensuring efficient and reliable delivery. When handling human remains, they prioritize dignity and promptness, offering constant communication for peace of mind throughout the journey.

Drawing on over 90 years of experience, their Airmail service caters to the unique requirements of international postal operators, guaranteeing a reliable and secure dispatch process. Additionally, adherence to IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations ensures the safe and compliant handling of dangerous goods in accordance with domestic and international rules.


Royal Jordanian Airlines

Royal Jordanian Airlines, formerly known as Alia Royal Jordanian Airlines, stands as Jordan's flagship carrier, headquartered in the capital city of Amman. Operating from its primary hub at Queen Alia International Airport, the airline boasts a robust schedule of over 500 weekly flights and a minimum of 110 daily departures, reaching destinations across four continents. In 2007, it became a proud member of the Oneworld airline alliance.

Royal Jordanian's modern and fuel-efficient fleet, encompassing Airbus and Embraer commercial aircraft, along with dedicated Airbus A310 freighters, serves a diverse network of more than 50 destinations. The airline's cargo division, RJ Cargo, utilizes these versatile aircraft to transport various cargo types, offering flexible and reliable supply chain solutions that consistently surpass customer expectations.



SriLankan Holidays

SriLankan Holidays, the leisure division of the national carrier, actively promotes travel to and from Sri Lanka, offering diverse holiday opportunities within its global network. Through strategic partnerships with leading hotels, tour operators, and tourism organizations, the aim is to provide travelers with customizable, all-inclusive holiday packages.

Recognized as the Best Outbound Tour Operator at the Presidential Awards for Travel and Tourism, SriLankan Holidays ensures exceptional travel experiences. Moreover, the partnership between FlySmiLes and SriLankan Holidays presents a valuable opportunity for FlySmiLes members to earn and redeem miles on a range of holiday packages, further enhancing the benefits for loyal customers.