Find links to official sites for commercial airlines operating throughout the United States.

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AirTran Airways
Discount airline serving the eastern and central United States. Includes schedules, reservations, a route map, online incentives, and employment opportunities, based in Atlanta, Georgia. [English and Spanish]
Alaska Airlines/Horizon Air
Major hubs in Anchorage and Seattle.
American Airlines
Member of the oneworld Alliance with major hubs in Dallas / Ft. Worth, Chicago, Miami, St. Louis and San Juan.
Delta Air Lines
Member of the SkyTeam Alliance with major hubs in Atlanta, Cincinnati, Los Angeles, Salt Lake City, and New York-JFK.
ExpressJet Airlines
Delta Connection carrier with major hubs in Atlanta, Cincinnati, and Salt Lake City.
Hawaiian Airlines
Hawaii's first and largest airline, provides scheduled and charter interisland flights between the Hawaiian Islands. Hawaiian Airlines also provides air transportation between Hawaii, California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Alaska, American Samoa and Tahiti.
JetBlue Airways
Major hubs in New York-JFK, Boston, Washing DC-Dulles, Fort Lauderdale, Long Beach, and Oakland.
Mesa Air Group, Inc.
Provides regularly-scheduled commuter and cargo airline services.
Southwest Airlines
Major hubs in Chicago-Midway, St. Louis, Dallas-Love, Houston-Hobby, Phoenix, Albuequrque.
Spirit Air
Provides service to the Caribbean, The Bahamas, and Latin America.
United Airlines
Member of the Star Alliance with major hubs in Chicago, Denver, Washington DC-Dulles, Seattle, San Francisco, Raleigh, Tokyo, and London-Heathrow.
US Airways
Star Alliance member with major hubs in Charlotte, Philadelphia, Phoenix, and Washington D.C. Includes car, hotel and vacation booking.
Virgin America
Opened December 2005 with the motto "the airline we hope you love"; includes job openings, executive profiles, and updates on launch plans.
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