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List of all airlines in Europe

Including IATA codes 2023

Are you looking for an up-to-date overview of all airlines flying from Europe? Then you have come to the right place. Find all the major EU airlines and a complete list of IATA codes.

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What are IATA codes?

IATA airline codes are two-letter codes assigned to airlines by the International Air Transport Association (IATA). These codes are used to identify airlines on tickets, itineraries and other aviation documents.

IATA airline codes are unique and are assigned based on a number of factors, including the name of the airline, the location of its headquarters and the language spoken in the airline’s home country.

The approach has been to use the same IATA codes for airlines with local offices. For example, easyJet Netherlands and easyJet UK have the same code. Therefore, in the list below, each airline is only mentioned once.

European airlines

Country
Belgium
Bulgary
Cyprus
Denmark
Germany
Estonia
Finland
France
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Croatia
Latvia
Luxembourg
Malta
Netherland
Norway
Austria
Poland
Portugal
Romania
Slovenia
Slovakia
Spain
Czech Republic
United Kingdom
Airline
Brussels Airlines
Bulgaria Air
Cyprus Airways
Scandinavian Airlines
Lufthansa
Eurowings
Nordica
Finnair
Air France
Aegean Airlines
Wizz Air
Aer Lingus
Ryanair
Alitalia
Croatia Airlines
airBaltic
Luxair
Air Malta
KLM
Corendon
Transavia
Norwegian
Austrian Airlines
LOT Polish Airlines
TAP Air Portugal
TAROM
Adria Airways
Slovak Airlines
Iberia
Czech Airlines
British Airways
EasyJet
IATA code
SN
FB
CY
SK
LH
EW
LO
AY
AF
A3
W6
EI
FR
AZ
OU
BT
LG
KM
KL
CD
HV
DY
OS
LO
TP
RO
JP
6Q
IB
OK
BA
U2

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Written by Jerrymie

Jerrymie Marcus came into contact with EUclaim due to a 4-hour delay. The markteting professional received 600 euros in compensation through EUclaim.

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