Online Travel Direct offers a number of airlines to service you no matter where you choose to holiday however it is important that you are aware of your carrier’s baggage limitations and other restrictions before you fly. Review the information below for your airline of choice and ensure you can enjoy your holiday stress free.

Aegean Airlines

AEGEAN, Greece’s largest airline, is providing full service on short and medium haul routes. Since 2010, AEGEAN has been a member of STAR ALLIANCE, the strongest airline alliance worldwide. In 2013, AEGEAN acquired Olympic Air and through the synergies obtained, network, fleet and passenger numbers expanded quickly. 

Aer Lingus

Founded in 1936, Aer Lingus (EI) is Ireland oldest airline and the national flag carrier. It is also the country’s second-largest carrier after Ryanair. The company has operating bases at George Best Belfast City Airport (BHD), Cork Airport (ORK) and Shannon Airport (SNN), as well as a hub at Dublin Airport (DUB). It flies to more than 80 destinations across Europe, as well as Turkey, Morocco and the United States.

Air Canada

Founded in 1937, Air Canada (AC) is Canada’s largest airline as well as its flag carrier. It operates from hubs at Calgary International Airport (YYC), Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL), Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) and Vancouver International Airport (YVR). A member of the Star Alliance, Air Canada and its subsidiaries fly to more than 185 destinations in North America, Central America, South America, the Caribbean, Europe, the Middle East, Asia and Australia. 

Air France

French airline Air France (AF) is the country’s flag carrier. Operating from hubs at Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) and Paris Orly Airport (ORY), the airline flies to more than 200 destinations. This includes about 35 domestic airports and more than 90 countries in Europe, Africa, Asia, the Middle East, North America and South America. A member of the SkyTeam alliance, Air France also has codeshare agreements with about 30 other airlines. 

Air New Zealand

Air New Zealand Limited is the flag carrier airline of New Zealand. Based in Auckland, the airline operates scheduled passenger flights to 20 domestic and 30 international destinations in 18 countries, primarily around and within the Pacific Rim. The airline has been a member of the Star Alliance since 1999.

Air Vanuatu

Establish in 1987, Air Vanuatu has continued to provide friendly air travel services for 25 years. Serving Australia and New Zealand for the past two decades, Air Vanuatu is proud to deliver its passengers comfortably and safely to the islands of Vanuatu.


The national airline and flag carrier of Italy, Alitalia (AZ) operates from a primary hub at Rome’s Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport (FCO) and secondary hubs at Milan-Linate Airport (LIN) and Milan-Malpensa Airport (MXP). Alitalia is a member of the SkyTeam alliance and is owned, in part, by Etihad Airways (EY). The carrier flies to more than 100 destinations across Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Africa, North America and South America.

British Airways

One of the United Kingdom’s largest airlines, British Airways (BA) is also the country’s flag carrier. It operates from hubs at London’s Heathrow Airport (LHR) and Gatwick Airport (LGW). The carrier, which was established in 1974, is a founding member of the Oneworld alliance. It flies to more than 160 destinations in Europe, Asia, Africa, North America, South America and Oceania. This includes six domestic destinations.

Cathay Pacific

Founded in 1946, Cathay Pacific (CX) is Hong Kong’s largest airline. It operates from a hub at Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) and has designated Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (TPE) and Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) as focus cities. Cathay Pacific flies to about 170 destinations in 42 countries within Asia, Europe, Oceania, Africa and North America. It also has codeshare agreements with 20 other carriers. 

Fiji Airways

The national airline of Fiji, Fiji Airways has been in operation for almost 60 years and is the primary carrier for the Australia to Fiji route. Renowned for the smiling service that is typical of Fiji, Fiji Airways also operates the Pacific Sun and South-West Pacific routes.


Emirates is an international airline quickly growing in popularity. Home to one of the industry’s youngest fleets, the airline has received over 400 awards for worldwide excellence.

Garuda Indonesia

Indonesia’s flagship airline, Garuda Indonesia is an award-winning airline currently operating 82 aircraft. A full service airline servicing 33 domestic and 18 international destinations, Garuda flies throughout Japan, South Korea, China, Southeast Asia and the Middle East as well as Australia and the Netherlands.

Hawaiian Airlines

Rated one of the safest airlines in the world by international travel publication Conde Nast Traveler, Hawaiian Airlines serves more than 20 international and domestic destinations in North America and the Pacific. 8 million passengers annually can’t be wrong.


Jetstar is a low-cost air carrier with a network based on every day low fares throughout Australia, New Zealand and the Asia Pacific region.

Malaysia Airlines

Attracting more than 100 awards in the last decade, Malaysia Airlines services 37,000 passengers per day to more than 80 destinations around the world. Originally a domestic carrier, this now international airline enjoys a reputation for excellence.


Founded in 1920, Qantas has built a reputation as one of Australia’s strongest brands operates international, domestic and regional services. The largest domestic and international airline in Australia, Qantas is also the world’s leading long distance airline.


The country’s flag carrier, Qatar Airways (QR) was founded in 1993. It is wholly owned by the government of Qatar. The airline operates from a hub at Hamad International Airport (DOH) and flies to about 150 destinations on all six inhabited continents. It also has codeshare agreements with 19 other carriers and is a member of the Oneworld alliance.


Scoot is a low-cost, long-haul airline based in Singapore and belonging to parent company, Singapore Airlines. Having launched flights in 2012, Scoot offered medium and long-haul routes to China and Australia from Singapore.

Singapore Airlines

The country’s flag carrier, Singapore Airlines (SQ) was founded in 1947. It operates from a hub at Singapore Changi Airport (SIN). Singapore Airlines flies to about 65 destinations in 35 countries. It is one of just several airlines that fly to all six inhabited continents. A member of the Star Alliance, Singapore Airlines also has codeshare agreements with 10 airlines that are not part of its alliance. 

Thai Airways

The national carrier of Thailand, Thai Airways operates intercontinental, domestic and regional flights from its headquarters in Bangkok to popular holiday destinations throughout Thailand and the world. Founded in 1960, the airline has enjoyed steady growth since.


Tigerair is one of Australia’s leading budget airlines connecting people throughout Australia and the Asia Pacific. With bases in Australia, Singapore, the Philippines and Indonesia, Tigerair flies to 13 countries and 50 destinations.

Virgin Australia

Iconic airline of famous entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson, Virgin Australia has become one of the most recognised global brands since its entry into the marketplace of aviation in 2000. Despite being a young airline, Virgin is a strong competitor in passenger air travel.