|Founded||25 December 1944|
|Hubs||Danubenburg Metropolitan International|
|Secondary hubs|| Pribeta-Cistopole|
Banskagorsk Metropolitan International
|Focus cities||Danubenburg (DAN), Pribeta-Cistopole (PRCE)|
|Frequent flyer program||Danube5S|
|Subsidiaries|| Danube Cargo|
|Company slogan||"Fly Danube"|
|Headquarters||Danubenburg Metropolitan International Airport, Danubian Federation|
|Key people||Jorge Chteteletat'|
Air Danube is the largest airline and flag carrier of the Danubian Federation, with its headquarters in Danubenburg and where its main hub, Danubenburg Metropolitan International Airport is located. Air Danube and its subsidiaries dominate both domestic and international air travel in Danubian Federation. Air Danube is a member of the Mapperdonia Skies. Air Danube has two large secondary hubs in Pribeta, Banskagorsk, and one international secondary hub in Pietari.
In 2016, it transported over 41 million passengers to 8 regional, 42 European, 30 North American, 34 Asian, 4 African and 2 Oceanian destinations.. As of January 2016, the airline employed 34,931 people.
Air Danube has two subsidiaries, Danube Cargo and EuropaCargo. Danube Cargo is the largest importing cargo airline in the country. Danube Cargo uses currently Air Danube's fleet on its cargo operations. The headquarters of both companies are at Danubenburg Metropolitan International Airport. Danube Cargo has four hubs: Danubenburg Metropolitan International, Pribeta-Cistopole, Saint Peter of the North International and Leonardo da Vinci International (Rome).
EuropaCargo is the second largest importing cargo airline in the country. EuropaCargo uses currently Air Danube's fleet on its cargo operations. The headquarters are at Leonardo da Vinci International. Danube Cargo has four hubs: Danubenburg Metropolitan International, Leonardo da Vinci International, Pietari International and Bern International.