cus it sells planes to airlines
Boeing Airlines, Inc is the name of the company that manufactures many of the planes that fly today.
The Kingfisher planes use the Airbus planes made in France planes for its fleet. Not the Boeing.
There are many airlines that primarily use Boeing 757 planes. These airlines include Delta Airlines, United Airlines, American Airlines and UPS Airlines.
The Australian Airlines is Qantas
the planes usually used by airlines are the Boeing 747 to 787 or airbus a300-380
Extremely, like all aircraft. Even old planes like DC-3's have to be as safe as that 757.
United Airlines (who recently merged with Continental)
The modern Singapore Airlines Fleet consists of the following: : A380-800 Airbus : A340-500 Airbus : B777-300ER Boeing : B777-200ER Boeing : B777-300 Boeing : B777-200 Boeing : B747-400 Boeing
No they do not. Only military and government planes do this. Commercial airlines will land at an airport to refuel.
Continental Airlines merged with United Airlines. The merger was complete on March 3, 2012. The new company retained the United Airlines name, but still flies planes with the Continental logo.
American Airlines Flight 11, a Boeing 767-200United Flight 175, also a Boeing 767-200ERAmerican Airlines Flight 77 was a Boeing 757-200. AA77United Airlines Flight 93, was also a 757-200.