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Out and about in the desert and mountains around Las Vegas, these domestic commercial carriers will fly over your head and intrude upon your solitude as they carry people to and from Las Vegas. However, learning to identify aircraft in flight adds an odd twist to enjoying the outdoors while hiking and birding around Las Vegas -- how many species and varieties can you list? "Plane Spotting" is a popular hobby.

American Airlines Logo American Airlines

American Airlines. DFW, TX. The largest airline in the world, American serves about 150 cites with some 850 aircraft. More photos.

December 9, 2013: American and US Airways merged. The combined company will fly under the name American, or more formally: American Airlines Group Inc.

logo US Airways Airlines N680AW

US Airways Airlines. Winston-Salem, NC. US Airways served about 200 cities in some 30 countries. US Airways merged with America West Airlines, and on December 9, 2013: American and US Airways merged. The combined company will fly under the name American. More photos.

AirTran Logo AirTran Airways Airlines, Boeing 737-7BD, N318AT AirTran Airways. Atlanta, GA. AirTran is a low-cost carrier focusing on business travelers in the United States. AirTran has been bought by Southwest Airlines, and this brand likely is flying off into history. More photos.
Alaska Airlines logo Alaska Air N307AS Alaska Airlines. Seattle, WA. A US west coast airline, Alaska serves some 15 million passengers per year. More photos.
Allegiant Airlines Logo Allegiant Airlines Allegiant Airlines. Fresno, CA. Allegiant is a low-cost carrier focusing on delivering tourists to Las Vegas. More photos.
America West logo America West Airlines America West Airlines. Phoenix, AZ. America West was a low-cost, full service airline serving all of North America. America West recently merged with US Airways, which then merged with American. More photos.
ATA logo ATA Airlines 2001 Boeing 757-33N, N550TZ

ATA Airlines. Indianapolis. ATA Airlines provides discount charter service worldwide. ATA is also the largest charter carrier for the U.S. military. More photos.

No longer flying. ATA Airlines stopped flying and went bankrupt in Spring 2008.

Champion logo Champion Airlines N697CA Champion Airlines. Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN. Champion Air was a full service charter operator, but it went out of business in 2008. More photos.
Continental logo Continental Airlines Continental Airlines. Houston, TX. Continental was one of the largest air carrier in the world. Continental merged with United and flies under the name United. More photos.
Delta Airlines logo Delta Airlines N136DL Delta Airlines. Atlanta, GA. Delta is among the largest air carriers in the world. Delta is the leading transatlantic airline. More photos.
Frontier Airlines Logo Frontier Airlines Frontier Airlines. Denver, CO. Frontier is a low-cost carrier primarily serving the US market, but also serves two Mexican destinations. More photos.
Hawaiian Airlines Hawaiian Airlines Hawaiian Airlines. Honolulu, HI. Hawaiian is one of the larger US commercial airlines. Hawaiian's main hub is Honolulu International Airport, with service to several western US cities and South Pacific countries. More photos.
No logo, these are unmarked aircraft. Janet Airlines Janet Airlines. These jets are owned by the US Air Force and operated by defense contractor EG&G. Janet Airlines primarily carries workers between Las Vegas and Area 51 on the Nevada Test Site. Although the flights are not secret, the destination does not exist, at least that is what the US Government tells us. More images.
JetBlue logo JetBlue Airways JetBlue Airways. Forest Hills, NY. JetBlue is a leading discount air carrier serving the US market. More photos.
MaxJet Logo MAXjet Airways MAXjet Airways. Washington, D.C. MAXjet was a business class, transatlantic airline that offered airport lounges, premium meals and beverages, and on-demand entertainment in flight. MaxJet ceased operations in December 2007. More photos.
Midwest logo Midwest Airlines Midwest Airlines. Milwaukee, WI. Midwest is a low-cost airline serving the US market and focusing in business travelers. More photos.
Northwest Northwest Airlines Northwest Airlines. St. Paul, MN. Northwest was among the largest air carriers in the world and serves six continents. It now is a part of Delta Airlines. More photos.
Song Airlines Logo Song Airlines Song Airlines. Atlanta, GA. Song was created in 2003 as the low-cost brand of Delta. It didn't work out, and Song was reabsorbed into Delta in February 2006. As of July 2007, a few Song jets still fly under the original colors. Nice paint job -- sad to see it go. More photos.
Southwest Airlines logo Southwest Airlines Southwest Airlines. Dallas, TX. Southwest was one of the original low-cost carriers and has pressured the legacy carriers on pricing for over 30 years. Southwest serves the US market. Southwest paints their aircraft in a plethora of interesting themes. Southwest is buying AirTran Airlines. More photos.
Spirit Airlines Spirit Airlines Spirit Airlines. Fort Lauderdale, FL. Spirit is an ultra low cost carrier that allows passengers to select the services and options appropriate for their needs. Spirit serves Caribbean, Latin American and US destinations. Spirit flies Airbus A319 (144 passengers) and Airbus A321 (198 passengers) jets. More photos.
Sun Country Airlines logo Sun Country Airlines Sun Country Airlines. Sun Country, a low-cost carrier based out of Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota, operates a fleet of Boeing 737-800 aircraft with scheduled and charter flights to destinations in the US, Mexico, and the Caribbean. More photos.
Ted logo Ted Airlines Ted Airlines (United Airlines). Main hub: Denver, CO. Ted was the low-cost version of United Airlines established in 2004 to compete in the low-cost carrier market. Ted was discontinued and reabsorbed back into United in 2009. More photos.
United logo United Airlines

United Airlines. Chicago, IL. United Airlines operates 3,600 flights per day to 210 US domestic and international destinations from hubs in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Denver, Chicago, and Washington, D.C. United merged with Continental and will fly under the name United, but painted in the colors of Continental. More photos.

Virgin America Logo Virgin America Airlines Virgin America Airlines. San Francisco, CA. Virgin America is an airline on a mission to make flying good again. From their base in San Francisco, Virgin America flies throughout the US. More photos.

Note: All distances, elevations, and other facts are approximate.
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