Federal Airlines

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Federal Airlines
WAAT
FA
ANACA
FED
Callsign
FEDAIR
Founded1929
Commenced operations1929
Operating bases
Hubs
Secondary hubs
Frequent-flyer programtbd
Airport loungetbd
AllianceOneSky
Subsidiariestbd
Fleet sizetbd
Destinations260
Company slogantbd
Parent companyFedair Int
Traded astbd
HeadquartersStanton, Federal States
Key peopletbd
RevenueIncrease tbd
Operating incomeIncrease tbd
Net incomeSteady tbd
Profittbd
Total assetsDecrease tbd
Total equitytbd
Employees101000
Websitewww.fedair.com
Notes
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Federal Airlines is a major Federal States airline headquartered in Stanton, New Carnaby. The airline operates a domestic and extensive international network with an average of 4300 flights per day to about 270 destinations in more than 40 countries. In addition Federal Airlines is a member of the OneSky alliance and an active participant in the World Association of Air Transport. The parent company is traded in the tbd index.

History

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Transcontinental Airlines

Transcontinental Airlines (WAAT: TC) was a major Federal States airline that existed from 1935 until 1994. It was formed to operate a route from Stanton to Jundah via several stops and was taken over in 1994 by Federal Airlines.

Hubs and destinations

National hubs

International hubs

Destinations

Federal Airlines flies to many domestic destinations and to international destinations in all continents.

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Fleet

Federal Airlines DG-86 starting at an airport.
Federal Airlines operates a fleet of tbd aircraft, a mix of Aerotheon, MacDougall Graham and Watanabe Aerospace planes.