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Air is the name given to the Earth's atmosphere.

Air may also refer to:







  • Air (comics), a comic book series published by the Vertigo imprint of DC Comics
  • Air (novel), a 2005 novel by author Geoff Ryman



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People with the surnameEdit

  • Donna Air (born 1979), British actress
  • Glen Air (born 1978), Australian rugby league player


  • Adobe AIR, cross-platform run-time system developed by Adobe Systems for building Rich Internet applications
  • "Air" (Stargate Universe), series premiere of the television series Stargate Universe
  • Air/Love is destructive, the first half of The End of Evangelion, a 1997 anime film
  • Air (classical element)
  • MacBook Air, an Apple laptop
  • iPad Air, an Apple tablet
  • A range of boardsport tricks consisting of jumps without rotation
  • Aïr Mountains, a massif in northern Niger
  • The Sultanate of Aïr, or Sultanate of Agadez, a monarchy in the Aïr Mountains between the fifteenth and nineteenth centuries
  • Air conditioning, any form of cooling, heating, ventilation or disinfection that modifies the condition of air
  • Air, a common colloquialism for a broadcast
  • "Airs" above the ground, a term used in dressage
  • His Royal Airness, nickname of Michael Jordan, American basketball player
    • Air Jordan, a popular brand of basketball shoes promoted by Retired Chicago Bulls Superstar, Michael Jordan
  • Nickname of Steve McNair, American football player
  • Air (roller coaster), the former name of a flying roller coaster at Alton Towers theme park in the United Kingdom, now re-themed as Galactica
  • Air-to-air rocket or air interception rocket, an unguided projectile fired from aircraft to engage other flying targets
  • Airbles railway station (National Rail code), in Motherwell, Scotland
  • AIR (program), a program suite for medical image registration
  • AIR (nightclub), a 2000 capacity superclub located in Digbeth, Birmingham in the UK
  • Compressed air, the air kept under a pressure that is greater than atmospheric pressure
  • Oxygen
  • The sky


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