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Operator index for United States of America
Last updated: 8 March 2011
A list of aircraft operators that have that have suffered an accident, serious incident or hijacking. The list may also contain defunct airlines or airlines that in the meantime have changed their name or have merged.

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Airlines:
Fairbanks Air Service (renamed Great Northern Airlines, 1976)
Fairways Corp.
Falcon Jet Corp
Falconair
FBN Flying Service
Federal Express (renamed FedEx, 1994)
FedEx (renamed FedEx Express, 2000)
FedEx Express
Fine Air (merged into Arrow Air,)
First Air Jet Charter
Fischer Brothers Aviation (bought by Midway and renamed Midway Connection)
FL Aviation Group Inc.
Flagship Airlines (merger between Flagship Airlines, Wings West Airlines and Simmons Airlines to form American Eagle Airlines)
Flamenco Airways
Fleming International Airways
Flexjet
Flight Development, LLC
Flight Management Inc.
Flight Options
Flite Services
Florida Aircraft Leasing
Florida Airways International Inc.
Florida Commuter Airlines (became Southern Airlines)
Florida National Airways
Fly by Night Safaris
Flying Enterprises Inc.
Flying Tiger Line (1989: Federal Express merged Flying Tigers into its operations)
Flying W Airways
Ford Air Freight Lines
Foreman Flying Service
Frank Ambrose Aviation
Freedom Air
Freight Air
Freight Runners Express
Fromhagen Aviation
Frontier Airlines
Frontier Airlines (FL)
Frontier Airways
Frontier Flying Service (Merged with Frontier Alaska Group, Hageland, Era Aviation into Era Alaska)
Frontline Aviation
FS Air Service

Corporations:
F & B Livestock Corp
F & S Contracting
Fabergé Inc.
Facilities Management Corp.
Factury Buying Corp.
Fairbanks Morse and Company
Falcon Leasing Corp.
Farm-Kem Inc
Federal Mogul Corp.
Federal Paper Board
Flight Options Inc.
Florida Preferred Equity
Fluor Corp
Ford Motor Co.
Franks Petroleum
Fruehauf Inc.
FS Corsair Inc

Flying schools, Aeroclubs, Paraclubs:
Flight Safety International
Flight Training Center

Government:
Federal Aviation Administration - FAA (formerly known as Federal Aviation Agency until 1967)
Federal Aviation Agency - FAA (became Federal Aviation Administration in 1967)

Manufacturers:
Fairchild
Fokker Aircraft Corporation of America
Ford Motor Company

Military:
Florida Army National Guard

Private:
F. Free
F. Sorensen

Special operations (survey, crop spraying etc.):
Flight International
Flight Research Inc.

Unknown:
Freedom International