AMOS Customers operating Boeing 737, CRJ-100, Embraer 170
|Since||Aircraft Types||# Aircraft||Customer||Category||Description|
|32||Large Airline / Flag Carrier||
Belavia is the state-owned Belarusian flag carrier headquartered in Minsk, flying to more than 50 destinations.
|125||Large Airline / Flag Carrier||
Aeroméxico is the flag carrier of Mexico and has its headquarters at Mexico City's International Airport. Aeromexico as well as the regional airline Aeromexico Connect have selected AMOS.
|24||Regional / Medium Airline||
J-Air is a regional commuter airline with its main hub in Osaka, Japan. Its operations include scheduled passenger services to 16 destinations across regional Japan, under Japan Airlines' flight numbers.
|55||Large Airline / Flag Carrier||
Oman Air is the national airline of Oman. Based on the grounds of Muscat International Airport in Seeb, Muscat, it operates scheduled domestic and international passenger services, as well as regional air taxi and charter flights.
Saudia Aerospace Engineering Industries (SAEI) is a subsidiary of Saudi Arabian Airlines. More than 130 AC of Saudi Arabian Airlines are fully maintained by SAEI. The MRO provider has more than 5200 employees and will expand its MRO facilities in Jeddah.
|30||Regional / Medium Airline||
Merged into Alitalia.
|95||Regional / Medium Airline||
French regional carrier "Regional" operates over 380 flights a day, serving various European and French cities on behalf of parent company Air France.