Six bizarrely named airlines

What’s in a name? Here are half a dozen examples of carriers with some fairly odd brands

Naming any business can be tricky, but finding a suitable moniker for an airline can be even harder. There’s a limit to how many words you can put in front of ‘air’, ‘aero’, ‘airlines’ and ‘airways’ before it starts sounding repetitive. 

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