Divestiture of Flag Carriers

Africa
Americas
Asia/Pacific
Europe
Middle East
 
Africa -- Flag Carriers 
(% non-home-government ownership as of March, 1994)
Air Afrique 19.5%
Air Algerie 0%
Ghana Airways 0%
Egyptair 0%
Kenya Airways 0%
Nigerian Airways 0%
Royal Air Maroc (Morocco) 6%
South African Airways 0%
 
Americas -- Flag Carriers 
(% non-home-government ownership as of March, 1994)
Aerolíneas Argentinas/Austral 95%
Aeromexico 80%
Aeroperu 80
Air Canada 100%
Air Jamaica 0%
American Airlines (USA) 100%
Avianca Colombian Airline 97%
BWIA International Airways Ltd. (Trinidad & Tobago) 0%
Canadian Airlines International 100%
Continental Airlines (USA) 100%
Delta AirLines (USA) 100%
LanChile Airlines 100%
Liat Ltd. (Antingua) 0%
Mexicana Airlines 65%
Northwest airlines (USA) 100%
Trans World Airlines-TWA (USA) 100%
United Airlines (USA) 100%
Varig (Brazil) 100%
Viasa (Venezuela) 60%
 
Asia/Pacific -- Flag Carriers 
(% non-home-government ownership as of March, 1994)
Air China 0%
Air India 0%
Air New Zealand 100%
All Nippon Airways (Japan) 99.9%
Cathay Pacific Airways (Hong Kong) 100%
China Airlines 100%
Garuda Indonesia 0%
Japan Airlines 100%
Korean Air 100%
Malaysia Airlines 70%
Philippine Airlines 67%
Pakistan International Airlines 0%
Qantas Airways (Australia) 25%
Singapore Airlines 45.9%
Thai Airways International 6.7%
 
Europe -- Flag Carriers 
(% non-home-government ownership as of March, 1994)
Aer Lingus (Ireland) 0%
Aeroflot (Russia) 0%
Air France 0%
Alitalia (Italy) 15.1%
Austrian Airlines 48.1%
Balkan Bulgarian 0%
British Airways 100%
Cyprus Turkish Airlines 19.5%
Finnair (Finland) 30%
Iberia Airlines (Spain) 0%
KLM (Netherlands) 61.8%
LOT Polish Airlines 0%
Lufthansa (Germany) 40.8%
Malev Hungarian Airlines 49%
Olympic Airways (Greece) 0%
Sabena (Belgium) 38.2%
SAS (Denmark, Norway, Sweden) 50%
Swissair (Switzerland) 79.6%
Tap Air Portugal 0%
 
Middle East -- Flag Carriers 
(% non-home-government ownership as of March, 1994)
EL AL (Israel) 0%
Emirates (United Arab Emirates) 0%
Gulf Air (Bahrain) 0%
Royal Jordanian Airline 0%
Saudi Arabian Airlines 0%
Turkish Airlines 2.3%
 

Source: Hanlon, Pat, Global Airlines, Competition in a Transnational Industry (Oxford: butterworth-Heinemann Ltd., 1985).

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