List of low-cost airlines

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The following is a list of low-cost carriers organized by home country. A low-cost carrier or low-cost airline (also known as a no-frills, discount or budget carrier or airline) is an airline that offers generally low fares in exchange for eliminating many traditional passenger services. Regional airlines, which may compete with low-cost airlines on some routes, are listed at List of regional airlines.

Africa[edit]

 Egypt

 Kenya

  • Fly540
  • Jambojet (owned by Air Kenya, operates under same IATA code as Air Kenya)

 Morocco

 South Africa

 Tanzania

Asia[edit]

An AirAsia Airbus A320 aircraft in Kuala Lumpur International Airport. The airline is the largest low-cost carrier in the continent.
A Cebu Pacific airplane on the ramp at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila.

 Burma

 China

 Hong Kong

 India

 Indonesia

 Japan

 Kyrgyzstan

 Malaysia

 Philippines

 Republic of Korea

 Singapore

 Sri Lanka

 Taiwan

 Thailand

 Vietnam

Europe[edit]

A Ryanair Boeing 737-800. Ryanair is the largest low-cost airline in Europe.
An Airbus A319 of Germanwings, the largest budget airline in Germany.
A Boeing 737-800 of Pegasus Airlines, the largest budget airline in Turkey.

 Austria


 Croatia

 Czech Republic

 France

 Germany

 Hungary

 Iceland

 Ireland

 Italy

 Latvia

 Netherlands

 Norway

 Romania

 Russia

 Spain

 Sweden

  Switzerland

 Turkey

 Ukraine

 United Kingdom

Middle East[edit]

 Israel

  • Up (El Al brand -operating under El Al flight number)

 Kuwait

 Bahrain

 Saudi Arabia

 United Arab Emirates

 Yemen

North America[edit]

Spirit Airlines is a large low-cost airline that operates flights around North and South America.

 Canada

 Mexico

 United States

Oceania[edit]

 Australia

South America[edit]

 Argentina"'

 Brazil

 Colombia

 Paraguay

 Chile

Defunct low-cost carriers[edit]

Adam Air crash At Juanda International Airport, flight licenses revoked due to accidents.

 Algeria

 Argentina

 Australia

 Bahrain

 Belgium

 Barbados

 Brazil

 Canada

 Cyprus

 Denmark

 Ecuador

 Faroe Islands

 Finland

 France

 Germany

 Hong Kong

 Iceland

 Indonesia

 Ireland

 Italy

 Japan

 Kuwait

 Lithuania

 Macau

 Mexico

 Morocco

   Nepal

 Netherlands

 New Zealand

 Nigeria

 Norway

 Pakistan

 Philippines

 Poland

 Russia

 Saudi Arabia

 Serbia

 Singapore

 Slovakia

 South Africa

 Sweden

 Republic of China (Taiwan)

 Uruguay

 United Kingdom

 United States

 Zimbabwe

^ Merged with SN Brussels Airlines to form Brussels Airlines, ° Has become Vanilla Air

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