Oriental Airlines

Oriental Airlines
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IATA ICAO Callsign
OA OAL ORIENTAL AIR
Founded1946
Hubs
Secondary hubs
Focus cities
Subsidiaries
DestinationsEuropa, Thalassa, Marenesia
HeadquartersO’polis
Key people
Bertrand Tingus (CEO)
RevenueIncrease 200,4 million (2016 operational profit)[1]
Increase 150 million (2016 net profit)
Employees24,826 (FY 2017)
Websitewww.flyoriental.io

Oriental Airlines (Oharic: Irentawi Ayeri), often known as OA, is the flag carrier of Orioni. In 2016, Oriental Airlines managed to carry some 7,7 million passengers, or 21.000 passengers each day, making it a sizeable airline in Europa measured by scheduled passengers flown. Together with several partners in the Star Alliance, it operates an extensive route network on Eurth.

History

The airline was founded on 12 February 1946 as Oriental Airways based in Zuidhaven, before shifting operations to O'polis. The company merged with the earlier established Andro Air in 1953. International services commenced in 1954 with direct flights to Tamurin.

Destinations

Domestic

International

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