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In the aerospace context, an airline is a company that provides scheduled air transportation for passengers or cargo. Airlines typically operate aircraft to transport people and goods from one place to another, usually for a fee.

Airlines are regulated by national or international aviation authorities and are subject to various rules and regulations regarding safety, security, and other issues.

Examples of airlines include:

  • American Airlines
  • Delta Air Lines
  • United Airlines
  • Southwest Airlines
  • Air France
  • Lufthansa
  • British Airways
  • Qantas

These companies operate scheduled air services globally or within specific regions, they also provide many other services like cargo and charter flights, as well as maintenance and aircraft leasing to other airlines.

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