Airline Adviser

AUSTIN August 2019

Airline Adviser Restarts Back

Courtesy Cargolux

Well its been a long road for many around this world that are in business. From the bottom of our heart to millions affected we know it is a struggle. Frontline hero’s and huge thank you as this world continue to fight a major pandemic, covid19 Coronavirus. We like millions have been shelter in place then once we came out and still today take precautions adhere to mask wearing and social distancing.

Airline Adviser is back and returns today officially October 5, 2020. We are making some major changes to the way we do things and a few similarities. We will no longer be doing daily reports of airport status and many other things. There are three major factors that we now on will be primary

1 Investment – People come first in the airline industry and part of our new major focus investment of airlines and true values

2 Fleet – Any airline from cargo to charter to commercial airline needs aircraft and a structure for fleet

3 Destinations – Where are you needed around this world what is your best and profitable place to fly?

These are the three most important aspects of the new Airline Adviser that started back in October 2008 as a website and then eventually grew into a company that helped many in the industry. We are focused on you in the industry and will advise, assist and work with many in the airline industry. We look forward to a new beginning and re start our engines currently at a phase 2. Where we hope this world will succeed in getting better and move to phase 3, December 3, 2020.

Press Release Airline Adviser 10/05/20


Cargo Lifeline to Many

Courtesy Boeing

Courtesy Boeing

Back at the beginning of 2020 Cargo airlines were forecasting the worse years to come for a few. Late February as we were grounded as a company many events and contracts starting cancelling. With this said its been a long and tough several months for us but not for the cargo industry.

Fact of the matter is many airlines that have not flown cargo only flights for many had turned to cargo operations including strapping cargo to seats while in transport. A lifeline for many including Sun Country Airlines who in April 2020 signed a deal with Prime Air. Even to this day the new Eastern Airlines is looking at the possibility to fly cargo. So, since Covid19 grounded just about as many commercial flights and planes many turned to Cargo including American Airlines. So, with that said Cargo with mainly medical supplies is a lifeline and will continue to increase cargo flights. This is a major lifeline to supply the world even with the upcoming distribution for Covid19 vaccines in the Future.

Source Airline Adviser 10/05/20


Airline Adviser Statement March 5, 2020

With the last 2 months of heavy travel within the U.S for business we like millions are very concerned regarding CoronaVirus. It’s becoming very clear it’s a worldwide epidemic in no uncertain terms. We will be slowing our travel needs. The airline industry is looking at billions of lost revenue and some will not survive. Just last night FlyBe with the assistance of our partners shared media posts of the strong possibility it will cease flying. Today March 5, 2020 the airline ceased operating. There will be others and flying is going change for now.

Late last year we partnered up with Fire and Aviation TV and the pure saturation of media posts have been overwhelming. We are taking control and change our vision for the future to better serve the industry. For more in-depth coverage we recommend you go to twitter to see the posts.

On September 11, 2001 the world was shocked and aviation industry came to a standstill. Having personally returned from New York from a long overdue vacation September 10, 2001 the very next morning at work and at an airport location. Never had we ever seen anything like it since the beginning of flight and the birth of aviation.

We have been a website since October 2008 offering a part of us to the airline and aviation industry. A lot said and done since 2008 feels like a many lifetime’s over. We have seen so much happen in the industry and built some great business relationships over the years. Late 2019 like the airlines we codeshare now like the airlines say. The only one we share with is Fire and Aviation TV.

Now is the time starting March 6, 2020 where this world needs all the help it can get. Looking today at pictures from someone taken at Hong Kong International Airport tells the story loud and clear. Aviation and airline will battle the Coronavirus. Some will come through, but it is the end of a ten-year growth in the airline industry period.

So, starting March 6, 2020 we are letting Fire and Aviation TV cover most media posts via social media outlets twitter and Facebook. We will still use our accounts on twitter and Facebook as Airline Adviser will change its outlook. We are strictly aviation and airline committed but as we all know there is more than just airlines at an airport. This is where fire and rescue are always a part of the industry. We have volunteered many years of service and contributed to the industry. We still this day forward will be committed but more so for Fire and Aviation TV. This is the time both industries need for us to come together and the industry worldwide need us like no other on media.

New life to our site and true different meaning as a part of the industry. It will take weeks to turn everything around so changes will take place slowly but still up and running, it is our deepest heartfelt feeling to be there for you. One thing we truly believe in ,and said that became our logo stays the same is “People matter we care”

Source Airline Adviser 03/05/20



Airlines Worldwide Before Covid19

Airlines A – Z

Airlines - A

Alaska Airlines
American Airlines
Air Baltic
Austrian Airlines
Air Canada
Air Caraïbes
Air China
Air Costa
Air Côte D’Ivoire
Air Europa
Air France
Air India
Air Mauritius
Air Moldova
Air Namibia
Air New Zealand
Air Niugini
Air Pacific
Air Premia
Air Senegal
Air Tanzania
AirAsia Japan
Allegiant Air
Alpha Star Aviation
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B – Airlines

British Airways
Brussel Airlines
Bulgaria Air
BA CityFlyer
Bamboo Airways
Batik Air
Bhoja Air
Biman Bangladesh Airlines

C – Airlines

China Airlines
China Aviation Supplies Holding Company
China Devolpment Bank
China Eastern Airlines
China Southern Airlines
Cirrus Airlines
CIT Group Inc
Comair ( South Africa )
Comair Limited
Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China LTD.
Condor Airlines
Continental Airlines
Conviasa Airlines
Copa Airlines

D – Airlines

Delta Airlines
Direct Air
Donghai Airlines
DORIC Lease Corp
Drukair – Royal Bhutan Airlines

E - Airlines

El Al
Emirates Airline
Ethiopian Airlines
Etihad Airways
Eva Air

F – Airlines

Fiji Airways
Fire and Aviation TV
Frontier Airlines
Fuji Dream Airlines

G – Airlines

Garuda Indonesia
Gol Linhas Aéreas Inteligentes
Goshawk Aviation
Gulf Air

H – Airlines

Hainan Airlines
Hawaiian Airlines
Hebei Airlines
Hong Kong Airlines

I – Airlines

Iberia Airlines
ICBC Leasing
Iran Aseman Airlines
Iraqi Airways

J – Airlines

Japan Airlines
Japan Investment Adviser Co Ltd
Japan Transocean Air
JeJu Air
Jestar Pacific
Jet Airways
Jet2 com
Jetstar Japan
Jin Air

K – Airlines

Kenya Airways
KLM Cityhopper
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
Korean Air
Kunming Airlines
Kuwait Airways

L – Airlines

Lan Airlines
Lao Airline
LATAM Airlines Group
Libyan Airlines
Libyan Wings
Lion Air
LOT Polish Airlines

M – Airlines

Malaysia Airlines
Maldivian Airline
Malindo Air
MG Aviation
MIAT Mongolian Airlines
Middle East Airlines
Myanmar National Airlines

N- Airlines

Nok Air
Nordic Aviation Capital
Nordwind Airlines
Northwest Airlines
Norwegian Air Shuttle

O – Airlines

Okay Airways
Oman Air

P – Airlines

Pakistan International Airlines
Peagsus Airlines
Petro Air
Philippine Airlines
Primera Air

Q – Airlines

Qatar Airways
Qingdao Airlines

R – Airlines

Republic Airlines
Republic Airways
Rescue and Medevac
Royal Air Maroc
Royal Brunei Airlines
Royal Jodanian
Ruili Airlines
Rwanda Air

S – Airlines

Saratov Airlines
Saudi Arabian Airlines
SaudiGulf Airlines
Scandinavian Airlines
Scandinavian Airlines (SAS)
Scandinavian Airlines System
Scoot Air
Shandong Airlines
Sichuan Airlines
Singapore Airlines
Sky Airline
Skymark Airlines
SkyUp Airlines
Skywest Airlines
SMBC Aviation Capital
Somon Air
South African Airways
Spirit Airlines
Spring Airlines
SriLankan Airlines
Standard Chartered Bank
Star Flyer
Starlux Airlines
Sun Country Airlines
Syphax Airlines


T - Airlines

TAAG Angola Airlines
TAM Airlines
TAP Portugal
Tassili Airlines
Thai Airways International
Tianjin Airlines
Tibet Airlines
Trans Sate Holdings
Transaero Airlines
TransAsia Airways
Travel Advisory
Travel Service Airlines
Trip Linhas Aereas
TUI Group
Turkish Airlines
Turkmenistan Airlines

U - Airlines

Uganda Airlines
Ukraine International Airlines
United Airlines
UTair Aviation
Uzbekistan Airways

V – Airlines

VietJet Air
Vietnam Airlines
Virgin America
Virgin Atlantic
Virgin Australia
Viva Air Peru
Volaris Airlines

W – Airlines

Wataniya Airways
West Air (People's Republic of China)
Wizz Air
Wizz Air Ukraine

X – Airlines

Xiamen Airlines

Y – Airlines

Yeminia Airways

Z – Airlines


Courtesy Airline Adviser