Airline Market Leadership - Winners

YEAR  WINNER

2015    Air Astana
2014    Etihad Airways
2013    KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
2012    Transaero Airlines
2011    Turkish Airlines
2010    AirTran Airways
2009    Norwegian Air Shuttle
2008    Star Alliance
2007    Air Canada
2006    GOL
2005    Air Asia
2004    Siberia
2003    Lan Chile
2002    JetBlue
2001    Jet Airways
2000    Ryanair
1998    Virgin
1997    none
1996    Asiana
1995    Martinair
1994    British Midland
1993    none
1992    Britannia Airways
1991    none
1990    Brymon
1989    All Nippon
1988    none
1987    none
1986    none
1985    Eastern
1984    none
1983    People Express
1982    PBA
1981    Piedmont
1980    USAir
1979    Texas International
1978    American
1977    Laker Airways
1976    Western, Pan Am
1975    Air Jamaica
1974    Ethiopian, Austrian

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