Oct 03 , 2023

9 biggest airlines of the world as per revenue

By True Scoop

Turkish Airlines is the flag carrier of Turkey and the world’s largest airline by destinations served. It is number 8 with a revenue of $19.7 billion and assets worth $32 billion.

The International Airlines Group is a multinational airline holding company headquartered in London, England. It is at number 7 with revenue of $24.3 billion and assets of $42 billion.

The world’s largest low-cost carrier, Southwest Airlines, was founded in 1967. Headquartered in Dallas, Texas. It is at number 6 with a revenue of $24.8 billion and assets of $35.6 billion.

The Air France-KLM Group is a multinational airline holding company headquartered in France. It is at number 5 with a revenue of $29.4 billion and assets of $34.8 billion.

German-based Lufthansa Airlines is the flag carrier of Germany and the second-largest airline in Europe in terms of passenger volume. It is at number 4 with a revenue of $35.8 billion.

One of the ‘big three’ airlines in the US, United Airlines is a full-service airline. It is at number 3 with a revenue of $48.8 billion and assets of $70.4 billion.

American Airlines is one of the largest airlines in the world by scheduled passenger volume and total revenue. It is at number 2 with a revenue of $52.3 billion and assets of $66.8 billion.

Topping the list is none other than the mighty Delta Air Lines. The US airline has a revenue of $54 billion with assets of $73.1 billion.

Top Airlines by Revenue: Leading the Global Aviation Industry