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Some low-cost airlines

Hello  readers, hope you are good today. I will be writing about some low cost airlines. They provide value for money. I am going to cut across various continents. I will be looking at  airlines that fly within countries. In other words, low cost airlines that offer domestic flights. Here they are:

Mango Airline
This airline has its headquarters located in Gauteng, South Africa. It offers low prices to customers, it has 10 airplanes and it covers 8 destinations. It was founded in 2006.

Air Asia
It is the largest low cost airline in Asia by passengers they carry and the amount of planes they have. It has 82 airplanes and it covers 68 destinations. Its headquarters is located in Malaysia. It was founded in 1993 and began operations in 1996.

Southwest Airline
This is the airline that offers the cheapest prices in the world. It is also the largest low cost airline in the world. Its headquarters is in Texas, USA. It was founded in 1967 and started operations in 1971. It has 720 airplanes and covers 98 destinations.

Jetstar Airways
This offers good prices, the headquarters is located in  Melbourne, Australia. It was founded in 2003. It has just 70 airplanes and it visits 39 destinations. It is the largest low cost airline in Australia,  

EasyJet Airline
This airline takes the 3rd position in the world and the 1st position in United Kingdom when it comes  to low cost airlines. Its headquarters is located in Luton, United Kingdom. It visits 134 destinations and it has 233 airplanes. It was founded in 1995. 


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