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  • Hong Kong Airlines was founded in 2001 under the name CR Airways before changing its name to Hong Kong Airways in 2006. The airline has a fleet of 26 planes and services 24 destinations. Their logo is centered around the bauhinia flower, a native species to Hong Kong.

  • Malaysia Airlines is the flag carrier for Malaysia, operating flights from Kuala Lumpur International Aiport. The airline operates Southeast Asia flights, East Asia flights, South Asia flights and Middle East flights as well as the "kangaroo route" between Europe and Australasia. Trans-Pacific destinations include Los Angeles and Tokyo.

  • Known for its destinctive kagaroo logo, Qantas Airways, or simply Qantas, is Australia's largest airline and has their hub in Syndey. Within Australia, Qantas operates Gold Coast flights, Melbourne flights, Sydney flights, Canberra flights and more. Internationally, Qantas offers flights to destinations in Europe, Asia and the Americas including Singapore flights, New York flights and London flights.

  • Air New Zealand is the flag carrier for New Zealand, operating a fleet of 52 aircraft with domestic New Zealand flights and cargo flights as well as international passenger transport and cargo. The airline predomintely offers Australasia flights and the South Pacific flights, along with long-haul flights from New Zealand to Asia, Europe and North America. Air New Zealand is a member of the Star Alliance so passengers can gain frequent flier miles and other benefits between other member airlines.

  • TransAsia Airways is a Taiwanese airline that operates out of Taipei. It caters mostly to a domestic market, but offers some international services, including flights to East Asia, China and destinations in Southeast Asia. Founded in 1951, the airline operates a fleet of 16 planes and flies to 33 cities.

  • Tianjin Airlines is a Chinese regional airline that operates passenger and cargo flights based out of Tianjin, a city in the northeast region of China. Tianjin Airlines began operating in 2007 and operates a fleet of 74 planes and services 63 individual destinations. It is a subsidiary of Grand China Air Company Ltd.

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