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"Emirates" refers to the United Arab Emirates, the country where the airline is based. The name symbolizes the airline's national identity and connection to the region.
Refers to the country where the airline is headquartered. The name signifies the airline's strong association with Singapore and its role as a national carrier.
"Cathay" is an archaic name for China, while "Pacific" represents the airline's extensive route network spanning the Pacific Ocean. Together, the name reflects the airline's origins and global reach.
"Qatar" refers to the country of Qatar, where the airline is based. The name showcases the airline's national identity and its role in connecting Qatar to the world.
"British" represents the airline's British heritage and its association with the United Kingdom. The name highlights the airline's British roots and its position as the national carrier.
"Lufthansa" is a combination of two German words: "Luft," meaning air, and "Hansa," referring to the Hanseatic League, a powerful medieval trading alliance.
"Air" signifies the airline's core business of air transportation, while "France" represents the country where the airline is based. The name emphasizes the airline's French identity and its role as the national carrier.
"Delta" refers to the triangular-shaped delta formed at the mouth of a river, symbolizing change and progress. The name conveys the airline's commitment to evolving and advancing in the aviation industry.
"American" represents the airline's association with the United States and its role as a major U.S. carrier. The name reflects the airline's American identity and its focus on domestic and international travel.
"Emirates" signifies the airline's connection to the United Arab Emirates, while "Skywards" suggests upward movement and progress.