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Airline alliances

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SkyTeam

SkyTeam [1] is the youngest alliance. It has a particularly strong network in Europe.

Members
Airline Country Hubs Frequent flyer
program
Lounges IATA
Aeroflot Russia Moscow Aeroflot Bonus SU
Aeroméxico Mexico Mexico City, Monterrey Club Premier Salón Premier AM
Air Europa Spain Madrid Flying Blue UX
Air France France Paris Flying Blue Various AF
Alitalia Italy Rome MilleMiglia Club Freccia Alata AZ
China Southern Airlines China Beijing, Guangzhou Sky Pearl Club CZ
Czech Airlines Czech Republic Prague OK Plus Crystal Lounge OK
Delta Air Lines United States of America Minneapolis, Detroit, Memphis, Tokyo, Amsterdam, Cincinnati, Atlanta, New York & Salt Lake City SkyMiles Delta Sky Club DL
KLM The Netherlands Amsterdam Flying Blue KLM Crown Lounge KL
Kenya Airways Kenya Nairobi Flying Blue Simba Lounge KQ
Korean Air South Korea Seoul, Incheon SKYPASS Korean Air Lounge KE
TAROM Romania Bucharest Flying Blue RO
Vietnam Airlines Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi Golden Lotus Plus Golden Lotus Lounge VN

Star Alliance

Star Alliance [2] is a global network of airlines, and the worlds largest airline alliance. Cooperation includes areas such as seamless code share flights, the ability to share bonus points or miles across all members of the alliance on frequent flyer programs, access to other alliance members' lounges, and, as a new trend, an increased degree of co-location in airport terminals.

Members
Airline Country Hubs Frequent flyer
program
Lounges IATA
Aegean Airlines Greece Athens, Thessaloniki, Heraklion Miles & Bonus Aegean Club Lounge A3
Air Canada Canada Calgary, Montréal, Toronto & Vancouver Aeroplan Maple Leaf Lounge AC
Air China China Beijing, Chengdu & Shanghai Air China Companion/Phoenix Miles VIP Lounge CA
Air New Zealand New Zealand Auckland Airpoints Koru Club NZ
All Nippon Airways Japan Tokyo, Osaka ANA Mileage Club Club ANA Lounge NH
Asiana Airlines South Korea Seoul, Incheon Asiana Club Asiana Lounge OZ
Austrian Airlines Austria Vienna Miles & More Senator Lounge OS
bmi United Kingdom London, Manchester Diamond Club Diamond Club BD
Brussels Airlines Belgium Brussels Miles & More HON, Senator Lounge SN
Continental United States Houston, Newark, Cleveland, Guam OnePass Presidents Club CO
Egypt Air Egypt Cairo EgyptAir Plus MS
LOT Poland Warsaw Miles & More Executive Lounge LO
Lufthansa Germany Frankfurt & Munich Miles & More HON/Senator Lounge LH
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Denmark, Norway, Sweden Copenhagen, Oslo, Stockholm Eurobonus Scandinavian Lounge /Business Lounge SK
Shanghai Airlines China Shanghai Flying Crane FM
Singapore Airlines Singapore Singapore KrisFlyer Silver Kriss Lounge SQ
South African Airways South Africa Johannesburg, Cape Town Voyager Cycad/Baobab Lounge SA
SpanAir Spain Madrid, Barcelona SpanAir Plus Sala VIP JK
Swiss International Switzerland Zurich Miles & More Swiss Lounge LX
TAM Brazil São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Brasilia TAM Fidelidade, Multiplus Fidelidade VIP Lounge JJ
TAP Portugal Portugal Lisbon Victoria Top Executive Lounge TP
Thai Airways Thailand Bangkok Royal Orchid Plus Royal Lounges TG
Turkish Airlines Turkey Istanbul Miles & Smiles THY CIP Lounge TK
United Airlines United States Denver, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Washington, D.C. Mileage Plus Red Carpet Club UA
US Airways United States Charlotte, Philadelphia & Phoenix Dividend Miles US Airways Club US
Regional members Country Hubs Frequent flyer program Lounges IATA
Adria Airways Slovenia Ljubljana Miles & More Senator Lounge JP
Air Dolomiti Italy Verona, Trieste Miles & More Senator Lounge EN
Blue1 Finland Helsinki Eurobonus Scandinavian Lounge KF
Croatia Airlines Croatia Zagreb Miles & More Senator Lounge OU
Widerøe Norway Oslo, Bodø Eurobonus Scandinavian Lounge /Business Lounge WF

Oneworld

Oneworld [3] is the smallest alliance counted in number of airlines. The member airlines are spread evenly around the world, so it is a working alternative when planning a long multi-point trip such as a rtw. It was the first alliance to introduce interlining e-tickets.

Members
Airline Country Hubs Frequent flyer
program
Lounges IATA
American Airlines United States Dallas, New York, St. Louis, San Juan, Miami & Chicago AAdvantage Admirals Club AA
British Airways United Kingdom London Executive Club Various BA
Cathay Pacific Hong Kong Hong Kong Asia Miles/Marco Polo Club Various CX
Finnair Finland Helsinki Finnair Plus Finnair Lounge AY
Iberia Spain Madrid Iberia Plus IB
Japan Airlines Japan Tokyo & Osaka JAL Mileage Bank Sakura Lounge JL
LAN Airlines Chile Santiago LANPass Lounge Neruda & Mistral LA
Malév Hungary Budapest Duna Club MA
Qantas Australia Sydney & Melbourne Qantas Frequent Flyer Qantas Club QF
Royal Jordanian Jordan Amman Royal Plus Crown Lounge RJ
S7 Airlines Russia Moscow (Domodedovo), Novosibirsk, Irkutsk S7 Priority S7 Business lounges (Moscow, Novosibirsk) S7

Frequent Flyer programs

Program name Earliest time
to claim miles
Latest time
to claim miles
Miles & More 1 week 6 months
FlyingBlue 3 months



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