Uletha Eastern Airways

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Uletha Eastern
WAAT
UE
ANACA
UET
Callsign
Uleteast
Founded1986
Commenced operations1987
Operating basesSainðaul, Warohan, Kanlisahna, Kikknās, Daishin
HubsSainðaul Asunahama International Airport
Secondary hubsWarohan Takarun International Airport
Focus citiesSainðaul, Warohan, Kanlisahna
Frequent-flyer programLapis Club
Airport loungeLapis Lounge
AllianceOneSky
SubsidiariesUE Island Commuter
Fleet size133
DestinationsEastern Uletha and Archanta
Company sloganEastern breeze
HeadquartersSainðaul
Key peopleKarus Emeyari (CEO)
Employees14,697
Websiteulethaeastern.com
A Uletha Eastern aircraft

Uletha Eastern Airways is one of the two main air carriers of Izaland, offering domestic and international flights to different destinations in Eastern Uletha (from here the name) and part of Archanta.

Destinations

Uletha Eastern flies to a number of international destinations in Uletha and Archanta. Its international flights are operated from five airports in Izaland, with Sainðaul Asunahama International Airport being the busiest hub.

Domestic

Airport Destinations
Sainðaul Kanui Warohan, Kanlisahna, Eharau, Hukubu International, Fuendaru, Fukuyau Nurihara, Gune Regional, Kichatsura, Katasogi, Sagoma, Atsujīl, Kikknās, Oingos, Daishin, Ogamoton
Warohan Takarun Sainðaul Kanui, Fuendaru, Isadashi, Fukuyau Nurihara, Hukubu International, Eharau, Shirukami, Eriraul, Sumasai, Sagoma, Atsujīl, Oingos, Ogamoton
Kanlisahna Sainðaul Kanui, Warohan, Atsujīl, Hukubu International, Shirukami, Sagoma

International

Airport Destinations
Sainðaul Asunahama
Warohan Takarun
Kanlisahna