1. Vietnam Airlines
Vietnam Airlines is the flag carrier of Vietnam. Founded in 1956 under the name Vietnam Civil Aviation, the airline was established as a state-owned enterprise in April 1989. Vietnam Airlines is headquartered in Long Bien District, Hanoi, with hubs at Noi Bai International Airport and Tan Son Nhat International Airport. The airline flies to 52 destinations in 17 countries, excluding codeshared services
2. Lao Airlines
Laos Airlines State Enterprise is the national airline of Laos, headquartered in Vientiane. It operates domestic as well as international services to countries such as Cambodia, China, Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore, and Korea. Its main operating base is Wattay International Airport in Vientiane. It is subordinate to the Ministry of Public Works and Transport
3. Lao Central Airlines
Lao Central Airlines Public Company, operating as Lao Central Airlines, was an airline in Laos with its head office in Wattayyaithong Village, Sikhottabong District, Vientiane. The airline was founded in 2010, and ceased operations in 2014.
It was the first private airline in Laos and offered premium and budget seats. The name change from Phongsavanh Airlines to Lao Central Airlines was meant to raise awareness for the airline as Lao-owned in international market. The airline is owned by the Phongsavanh group, a Lao company engaged in international trading, timber, hospitality, telecommunications, banking, and security products and services. The airline hired PricewaterhouseCoopers for management consultancy services to ensure adherence to international aviation standards. The airline was the second biggest among Lao airline operators in terms of fleet size.
4. Cambodia Angkor Air
Cambodia Angkor Air is the national flag carrier airline of Cambodia, with its corporate headquarters and main hub in Phnom Penh. It commenced operations on the 28 of July 2009. The airline was established as a joint venture by the Cambodian government (51%) and Vietnam Airlines (49%), the latter allowing for codeshare flights. All of its fleet and most of its staff are leased from Vietnam Airlines.
5. Cambodia Bayon Airlines
Cambodia Bayon Airlines is an airline based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Its main hub is at Phnom Penh International Airport. The airline is a wholly owned subsidiary of Bayon Airlines Holding Ltd., which is in turn a subsidiary of the Chinese carrier Joy Air. It was registered in April 2014. The air operator's certificate was received in December 2014; the airline had its inaugural flight on December 31, 2014. Cambodia Bayon Airlines' first operational base in Cambodia is Phnom Penh. The company also has operational bases in Siem Reap, Sihanoukville and Ho Chi Minh City.
6. VietJet Air
Aviation Joint Stock Company , trading as VietJet Air or Vietjet, is an international low-cost airline from Vietnam. It was the first privately owned new-age airline to be established in Vietnam, being granted its initial approval to operate by the Vietnamese Minister of Finance in November 2007. As of its launch in December 2011, it became the second private airline to offer domestic service in Vietnam, as well as the fifth airline overall to offer civil domestic flights. VietJet Air is owned by Sovico Holdings, HDBank, other organisational investors and individual stakeholders.
7. Jetstar Pacific Airlines
Jetstar Pacific Airlines Joint Stock Aviation Company (operating as Jetstar Pacific) is a low-cost airline headquartered in Tan Binh District, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. With its hub at Tan Son Nhat International Airport, Ho Chi Minh City, operates scheduled domestic and international services along with charter flights.
The airline, formerly known as Pacific Airlines, began operations in 1991, flying chartered cargo services. From 1996 to 2005, the airline, along with other local companies, operated under the government-owned Vietnam Airlines Corporation. Having by now operated passenger services, Pacific Airlines then came under the control of the government itself. In 2007, the Vietnamese government sold a portion of its shares to Qantas, and as such airline adopted a low-cost operations model and adopted its current name on 23 May 2008, becoming part of the Jetstar network.
In February 2012, Vietnam Airlines bought a 70% stake in the company.As part of its expansion plan, it is intended that Jetstar Pacific will have up to 15 Airbus A320 aircraft by the end of 2015 and up to 30 aircraft by 2020.
8. Bassaka Air
Bassaka Air is a passenger airline in Cambodia. It began domestic flights on 1 Dec 2014, and international flights shortly afterwards on 01 May 2015, utilizing two Airbus 320-214.
Bassaka Air currently operates daily flights to Siem Reap and also flies internationally to Macau from Phnom Penh
9. Lao Skyway
Lao Skyway, formerly known as Lao Air is a private airline with its headquarters at Wattay Airport in Vientiane, Laos. It operates scheduled and charter services to airports in the country not served by Lao Airlines.
Lao Air was established on 24 January 2002, as a helicopter charter service company. On 8 December 2003, the airline signed a lease-to-purchase agreement with Lane Xang Minerals Limited Company for the lease of a Cessna Grand Caravan to use on its charter services. The agreement signaled the start of its fixed-wing operation. On 7 October 2005, a second leased Cessna Grand Caravan was added to its fleet.
On 14 April 2007, its regular scheduled services began using the Cessna Grand Caravan.
In April 2014 the company utilized larger passenger aircraft in order to serve the domestic airline market.
The company's website payment section has been down since November 2014. As of April 2016, it is still operating a wide range of internal flights.
10. Sky Angkor Airlines Inc.
Operating as Skywings Asia Airlines is an airline based in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Its main hub is at Siem Reap International Airport. The airline is a joint venture of Korean and Cambodian investors with focus on Korean travel market.