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Look4Travel presents our guide to our Top 10 world's best known low cost carrier airlines. You can also pick an airline from the dropdown list or browse over 65 other airlines in alphabetical order. Each page is full of information, including historical facts, fleet information and destinations. We hope you enjoy and find them useful before you book your flights online here at Look4Travel..
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Air Asia
AirAsia is a Malaysian company and it was Asia's first low cost airline and it is now by far the largest. It was awarded Low Cost Carrier of the Year for 2009.


Easyjet
EasyJet operates domestic and international scheduled services on over 400 routes between 104 European and North African airports, in 27 countries.


jetBlue
jetBlue pride themselves on their reputation for offering a superior service to their competitors. They want to make travel simple and more enjoyable for everyone.


Jetstar
Jetstar was established by Qantas in 2003 as a low cost subsidiary in response to the threat posed by Virgin Blue, it operates an extensive domestic network as well as regional and International services.


Kingfisher Red
Unlike most other low cost airlines Kingfisher Red still provide complimentary meals and a choice of newspapers on most flights. They will also allow you to earn frequent flyers points under the King Miles scheme.


Ryan Air
Since its establishment in 1985, Ryanair has evolved from a small airline flying a short hop from Waterford to London to Europe's largest low cost airline.


Southwest Airlines
Southwest Airlines is the largest low cost airline in the U.S. and flies over 100 million passengers a year to 67 great cities in 34 states all across the United States.


Tiger Airways
Tiger has bases in Singapore, Melbourne and Adelaide flying to over 25 destinations across 9 countries on a fleet of brand new Airbus A320's.


Virgin Australia
Virgin Australia operate over 2100 flights a week to 24 Australian cities and eight international destinations.


WestJet
WestJet are a Canadian low cost carrier who have quickly become the second largest airline in Canada.