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Airlines are the entities that own the planes that use your airport. By signing a contract with an airline, you are agreeing to service their planes by facilitating:

  • Deboarding;
  • Baggage unloading;
  • Refuelling (if requested);
  • Maintenance (if requested) (Not implemented in Alpha);
  • Cleaning (if requested);
  • Catering (if requested);
  • Baggage loading (if requested);
  • Boarding;
  • Push-back (requested for all medium and large planes).
  • Deicing (requested when temperatures near sub-zero degrees)

This process is outlined as in the signed airline contract.

Contracts[edit | edit source]

Main article: Contracts


Airlines need signed contracts before they will conduct any form of business with you. As your airport's reputation grows, you will have access to bigger and more lucrative contracts. Once a contract is signed, you will receive the agreed commission per passenger that boards or deplanes at your airport as per the signed airline contract. They can also dictate of which services they would like to take advantage of and in turn pay your airport for said services as below.

Services[edit | edit source]

Planes that have landed will be able to make use of whatever services your airport offers, such as refueling, cleaning, and storage-as per the signed airline contract. You will receive payment for the use of such services, as agreed in the signed airline contract.

Current Commercial Airlines[edit | edit source]

Star Rating Airline Name Logo CEO Name Airline code Fleet Update of Addition
5 Air Strada AirStrada.png Bjorn Willemen AS A320, A321, Boeing 737-600, A330-300, A340-300, Boeing 787-8
3 Allure Allure.png Patrick ten Den AL ATR-42, A319, CRJ-200, E170, Boeing 787-9
4 Atom Air AtomAir.png Costa Paes AA Boeing 737-600, Boeing 737-800, Boeing 757-200, Boeing 787-10
1 Coast 2 Coast Coast2Coast.png Steve Barnett CC Saab 340 Beta 2
4 Crown Airlines Crown.png B. M. Lehmann CA A319, A320, Boeing 757-200, Boeing 787-9
2 Edwards Bay Edwards.png Edward Snow EB Cessna 208, ATR-42, ATR-72, CRJ-200, Alpha 35
2 Fly Penguin FlyPenguin.png Mervin Clement FP 1900D, Cessna 208, CRJ-200, Q400
2 Forrest Air ForrestAir.png Fern Jhonson FA Cessna 208, DHC6, BAe-146, E190
1 Goose Wings Goose.png Kaan Ozturk GW 1900D, Cessna 208, CRJ-200, E190, Q300
3 Havana Havana.png Vulcan Fox HV 1900D, Boeing 737-800, CRJ-700, Q400
1 Jumper Jumper.png Van Halen JP Cessna 208, DHC6, ATR-42, ATR-72 Alpha 35
5 Maple Maple.png Shaun Ellithorpe MP Boeing 737-600, Boeing 737-800, A380, Boeing 787-8 Original Early Access Release
2 Maple Express MapleExpress.png Shaun Ellithorpe MP Cessna 208, DHC6, ATR-42, ATR-72, CRJ-700, Q400 Alpha 35
3 Nordic Nordic.png Amelia Earhart NO BAe-146, Boeing 737-600, CRJ-700, E190, Boeing 787-8 Original Early Access Release

(as NAS)

4 OK Air OKair.png Matthew Fair OK BAe-146, Boeing 737-800, Boeing 757-200, CRJ-200, Boeing 777-200
4 Olympus Organization Olympus.png Jan Voors OO Boeing 757-200, A350-1000, Boeing 787-9
4 SkyFly Airlines SkyFly.png Quinten Ampe SF A320, A321, E170, E190, Boeing 777-300
SkyLink SkyLink.png Reece Jones SL Boeing 737-600, Boeing 737-800, CRJ-700, Boeing 787-10 Original Early Access Release
2 Strada Regional StradaRegional.png Bjorn Willemen AS BAe-146, CRJ-700, Q300, Q400 Alpha 35
3 Stripe Air StripeAir.png Brandon McMillan SA A320, Boeing 737-600, Boeing 787-9 Original Early Access Release
1 Stripe Air Regional StripeAirRegional.png Brandon McMillan SA 1900D, Cessna 208, DHC6, ATR-42, ATR-72 Alpha 35
5 Swiftly Swiftly.png Jamie Davies SW Boeing 737-600, Boeing 737-800, Boeing 757-200, Boeing 747-400, Boeing 787-10, MD-11
3 Trinity Aviation TrinityAviation.png Mervin Clement TA 1900D, Boeing 757-200, CRJ-200, Q400
3 Tulip Airlines Tulip.png Elmar Westra TU A321, ATR-42, ATR-72, BAe-146, E190, Boeing 787-9, Fokker 70, Fokker 100
3 Wildcat Air Wildcat.png Pauline de Wind WC A319, A320, CRJ-200, E170, E190, A350-900
4 Zoom Zoom.png Gerald McKinley ZM A319, A320, CRJ-700, E170, Boeing 787-10

*Fleet may not be up to date with fleet updates in Alpha 35 and 36

Emergency Airlines[edit | edit source]

Air Ambulance was added to the game in Alpha 36 or in the Emergency Update

Airline Name Logo Airline code Fleet Update of Addition
Ambulance Air Ambulance.png EM Saab 340 Alpha 36

Defunct Airlines[edit | edit source]

Airline Name Logo CEO Name Airline Code Date of cease Fleet at time of cease
CLM CLM.png Howard Hughes CL May 2020 Cessna 208, ATR-42, ATR-72, BAe-146, CRJ-700
NAS NAS logo.png Amelia Earhart now NO November 2017

rebranded as Nordic

see: Nordic

Custom Airlines[edit | edit source]

Airport CEO supports custom airline liveries through the Steam Workshop since Alpha 27. A great group of modders have managed to recreate many of the world's airlines, as well as fictitious ideas! If you're feeling brave, support on how to make your own custom airline to fly into your airport can be found here.