Infographic – Meet the Full-Service Airlines of the World

Note: This is not an exhaustive list of all full-service carriers, but a rundown of the FSCs we had on our Airline Hub as of 29 October 2018. Information presented in this infographic may have changed after the time of publishing. Our hub is ever-expanding, so head to to see if your airline is on the list!

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We've created an infographic that covers the fleet sizes, destinations and tech of 93 full-service airlines.

These 93 airlines come from 65 countries and 6 continents. When combined, they operate a whopping 12,537 aircraft!

Full-Service Airlines

Air Italy

Meridiana was rebranded to Air Italy on March 1, 2018, highlighting the importance of filling the "flagship carrier" brand gap.

American Airlines

American Airlines ranked #3 for total ancillary revenue in 2017, earning US$5.27 billion from ancillaries.

Delta Air Lines

Delta was the #3 full-service airline for load factor in 2017. It achieved 85.6%, which was above the worldwide average of 81.4%.

Ethiopian Airlines

Ethiopian leads the backorders for Africa, with 51 unfilled aircraft orders as of April 2018.

Hawaiian Airlines

At 85.8%, Hawaiian had the second-best load factor of full-service carriers in 2017. It had 4.1% more passengers than in 2016.


KLM added 15 destinations to its network and welcomed a record 32.7 million passengers in 2017.


Qantas earned more than AU$1.5 billion from its Qantas Loyalty segment in 2017, which is an impressive $98 per member.

United Airlines

United was the top earner of ancillary revenue in 2017, generating US$5.75 billion. Approximately 41% of this came from its frequent flyer program.

Find more airlines of the world on the Yieldr Airline Hub. It's an ongoing project, and we welcome all feedback, suggestions and comments that will help us grow and maintain this airline directory. Feel free to contact us with your thoughts.

Jodi ten Bohmer

Jodi ten Bohmer

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