It is not so difficult to uninstall Adobe Air if you have the relative experience. But I still remember the first time when I tried to remove it. It really took me long time then I found it could be deleted in control panel directly. Now how about the Ubuntu? If you still remain the file *.air, then congratulation. What you do is just double click the file and choose the option Uninstall. But if you have deleted it after installed, what can you do? Please follow these steps given by wanfahmi.
You need to drop to a terminal. Most probably, you have installed the application to /opt folder. Type these commands.
sudo dpkg -S /opt/*
You’ll get an output like this
adobeair1.0: /opt/Adobe AIR
com.adobe.hoyt.mapcache.419d633a757e8b26dd2bdb301927ba7ba7490f38.1: /opt/AIR Examples
dpkg: /opt/lampp not found.
For example, to remove the Air Icon Generator application, enter this.(Copy and paste would be good now.)
sudo dpkg -P jp.clockmaker.airicongenerator.785adfa7d3f9cf50a24cbff5b86ab182b877b02c.1
and get an output some thing like this
(Reading database … 132489 files and directories currently installed.)
Removing jp.clockmaker.airicongenerator.785adfa7d3f9cf50a24cbff5b86ab182b877b02c.1 …
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