International Airlines Group destinations

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International Airlines Group has destinations in all six of the continents. The following list includes destinations from all of the airlines fully owned by the International Airlines Group.

Africa[edit]

East Africa[edit]

Kenya
Mauritius
Tanzania
Uganda

North Africa[edit]

Algeria
Egypt
Libya
Morocco
Tunisia

Southern Africa[edit]

Angola
Equatorial Guinea
Namibia
Mozambique
South Africa
Zambia
Zimbabwe

West Africa[edit]

Ghana
Nigeria
Senegal

Americas[edit]

Caribbean & Central America[edit]

Antigua and Barbuda
Bahamas
Barbados
Cayman Islands
Costa Rica
Dominican Republic
Grenada
Guatemala
Jamaica
Mexico
Panamá
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saint Lucia
El Salvador
Trinidad and Tobago
Turks and Caicos Islands

North America[edit]

Bermuda
Canada
United States

South America[edit]

Argentina
Brazil
Chile
Colombia
Ecuador
Peru
Uruguay
Venezuela

Asia[edit]

East Asia[edit]

China, People's Republic of
Japan
Korea, Republic of

South Asia[edit]

India
Maldives

Southeast Asia[edit]

Singapore
Thailand

Near & Middle East[edit]

Bahrain
Cyprus
Israel
Jordan
Kuwait
Oman
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
Syria
United Arab Emirates

Europe[edit]

Albania
Austria
Belgium
Bulgaria
Channel Islands
Croatia
Czech Republic
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Gibraltar
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Kosovo
Luxembourg
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Romania
Russia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
Ukraine
United Kingdom

Vueling bases are ordered by importance

Oceania[edit]

Australia

Terminated destinations[edit]

Africa
  • Central Africa
    • Cameroon – Douala
    • Democratic Republic of Congo – Kinshasa
  • East Africa
    • Ethiopia – Addis Ababa[1]
    • Tanzania – Arusha
  • North Africa
    • Algeria – Hassi Messaoud[2][3]
    • Egypt – Alexandria, Luxor, Sharm el-Sheikh
    • Morocco – Agadir, Fes
    • Sudan – Khartoum
  • Southern Africa
    • Botswana – Gaborone
    • Malawi – Blantyre, Lilongwe[1]
    • Mozambique – Maputo
    • South Africa – Durban
    • Zimbabwe – Harare
  • West Africa
    • Gambia – Banjul
    • Ivory Coast – Abidjan
    • Liberia – Monrovia
    • Nigeria – Kano
    • Senegal – Dakar
    • Sierra Leone – Freetown
Americas
  • Caribbean
    • Bahamas – Freeport
  • North America
    • Canada - Edmonton
    • Mexico – Guadalajara
    • United States – Anchorage, Charlotte, Detroit, Honolulu, New Orleans,[4] Pittsburgh
  • South America
    • Brazil – Campinas-Viracopos
    • Guyana – Georgetown
Asia
  • Central Asia
    • Kazakhstan – Almaty
    • Kyrgyzstan – Bishkek
    • Uzbekistan – Tashkent
  • East Asia
    • Japan – Fukuoka, Nagoya, Osaka
    • South Korea – Seoul, now cargo only[5]
  • South Asia
    • Bangladesh – Dhaka
    • India – Kolkata
    • Pakistan – Islamabad, Karachi
    • Sri Lanka – Colombo
  • Southeast Asia
    • Brunei – Bandar Seri Begawan
    • Indonesia - Jakarta, Surabaya
    • Malaysia – Kuala Lumpur[1]
    • Philippines – Manila[1][6]
    • Taiwan – Taipei[1]
    • Vietnam – Ho Chi Minh City
  • Southwest Asia
    • Armenia – Yerevan
    • Azerbaijan – Baku
    • Cyprus – Nicosia
    • Georgia – Tbilisi
    • Iran – Isfahan, Tehran
    • Iraq – Baghdad
    • Lebanon – Beirut
    • Saudi Arabia – Dammam[1]
    • Syria – Aleppo
    • Yemen – Aden, Sana'a
Europe
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina – Sarajevo
  • Bulgaria – Varna
  • Croatia – Split
  • Estonia – Tallinn
  • France – Ajaccio, Bastia, Montpellier, Nantes, Strasbourg
  • Germany – Bremen, Cologne, Dresden, Hanover, Münster/Osnabrück
  • Greece – Corfu, Heraklion, Mykonos, Rhodes
  • Iceland – Reykjavík
  • Ireland – Cork, Shannon
  • Italy – Palermo
  • Latvia – Riga
  • Lithuania – Vilnius
  • Macedonia – Skopje
  • Malta – Luqa
  • Netherlands – Rotterdam
  • Poland – Kraków, Poznań
  • Portugal – Funchal, Porto
  • Romania – Cluj-Napoca
  • Russia – Yekaterinburg
  • Serbia - Belgrade
  • Spain – Minorca, Valencia
  • Switzerland – Berne
  • Turkey – Ankara, Antalya, Dalaman
  • United Kingdom – Birmingham, Bristol, Durham/Tees Valley, Guernsey, Inverness, Kingston-upon-Hull, Leeds/Bradford, Liverpool, Nottingham/East Midlands, Newquay, Sheffield, Southampton
Oceania
  • Australia – Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth
  • Fiji – Nadi
  • New Zealand – Auckland, Christchurch

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