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Star Alliance is the world's first and largest airline alliance. Founded in 1997, its name and emblem represent the five founding airlines, Air Canada, Lufthansamarker, Scandinavian Airlines System, Thai Airways International, and United Airlines. Star Alliance has since grown considerably and now has 25 member airlines . Another airline is expected to become a full member by the end of 2009, and with three more expected to become members in 2010. Star Alliance is headquartered in Frankfurt am Mainmarker, Germanymarker.

Customer service

Codeshare flights between these airlines are, for the most part, seamless. This tight cooperation led to suspicions of anti-competitive behavior, and the alliance was investigated by the European Union as a virtual merger of its members. Indeed, some speculated that if government regulations were relaxed, the members would merge into a single corporation, although no evidence has yet materialized. Prior to Star Alliance, Northwest Airlines and KLM were operating together as the forerunners of the modern airline alliance system since 1993, although there had been even earlier pairings and groupings of airlines for decades on a less formal level. The creation of Star Alliance was a milestone in airline history because of its size. It sparked the formation of rivals, notably SkyTeam and Oneworld.The alliance developed the "Regional" concept in 2004, which helps Star Alliance penetrate individual markets with the regional participation of smaller carriers. Regional Star Alliance members have to be sponsored by an existing full Star Alliance member. However, Star Alliance has stopped designating airlines as "Regional" members and now refers all the 25 airlines as just "members". (SkyTeam has a similar concept called the "associate" scheme, where new members also have to be sponsored by an existing full SkyTeam member.)

Star Alliance members now fly 19,534 daily flights to 1,070 airports in 171 countries with a fleet of 3,740 aircraft. Its members carried a total of 586.6 million passengers with a turnover of US$95.3 billion in 2006. The alliance's market share is 28% of the global market based on revenue passenger kilometers (RPK), which is greater than the combined market share of all airlines that are not in any of the three major alliances. All Star Alliance carriers combined employ over 458,332 pilots, flight attendants, and other staff. Star Alliance was voted best airline alliance in the Skytrax 2007 World Airline Awards.

Membership history



Star Alliance member hubs and co-location

Star Alliance member hubs



Co-location (move under one roof)



Logo on aircraft

Some Star Alliance members paint some of their planes with the Star Alliance livery, usually featuring a white fuselage with "Star Alliance" signature written across and a black tailfin with the Star Alliance logo. Some member airlines including Air New Zealand, Lufthansa and Singapore Airlines have opted to paint the tails of their aircraft with their airline logo. Asiana Airlines was the first Star Alliance member to paint their aircraft in the current Star Alliance livery.Aircraft painted in the airlines' own livery have the Star Alliance logo painted behind the cockpit. The Star Alliance logo has a diameter of approximately 70 cm.

Member airlines

Starting in 2004, Star Alliance has divided its member airlines into "full members" and "regional members". Before being accepted as a regional member, airline must be sponsored by a full member.Full members may have some affiliate airlines (that either are owned by or are in a contractual relationship with a Star Alliance full member). Affiliate airlines fall under full member umbrella in respect to the Star Alliance rules, policies and benefits. All of the affiliate airlines grant Star Alliance frequent flyer benefits, and usually feature the Star Alliance logo on their aircraft, public relation materials and advertisement. In some cases (such as Air New Zealand Link airlines, Swiss European Air Lines, and BMI Regional) the branding of the "parent" full member may be so strong that passengers are unaware of the affiliate's independent existence.

Full members and their member & non-member affiliates

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Member Airline Country Joined Affiliates Non-member Affiliates
Air Canada1
1997
Air Canada Jazz
Air Canada Jetz
-
Lufthansamarker1
1997
Lufthansa Italia
Lufthansa Regional2 operated by:
Air Dolomiti3
Augsburg Airways
Contact Air
Eurowings3
Lufthansa CityLine3







Germanwings
Luxair4
SunExpress5

SAS Scandinavian Airlines1



1997
- Wideroe
Thai Airways International1
1997
- Nok Air6
United Airlines1
1997
United Express2 operated by:
Chautauqua Airlines
Colgan Air
GoJet Airlines
Mesa Airlines
Shuttle America
SkyWest Airlines
Trans States Airlines






-
Air New Zealand
1999
Air New Zealand Link operated by:
Air Nelson
Eagle Airways
Mount Cook Airline


-
All Nippon Airways
1999
Air Central
Air Japan
Air Next
Air Nippon


-
BMI
2000
BMI Regional BMIbaby
Austrian Airlines
2000
Austrian Arrows (Tyrolean Airways)
Lauda Air
Singapore Airlines
2000
- SilkAir
Tiger Airways7
Tiger Airways Australia7

LOT
2003
EuroLOT LOT Charters
Asiana Airlines
2003
- Air Busan
Spanair
2003
- -
Adria Airways
2004
-
Blue1
2004
-
Croatia Airlines
2004
-
US Airways
2004
US Airways Express2 operated by:
Air Wisconsin
Chautauqua Airlines
Colgan Air
Mesa Airlines
Piedmont Airlines8
PSA Airlines8
Republic Airlines
Trans States Airlines
US Airways Shuttle








-
TAP Portugal
2005
Portugalia
PGA Express
-
South African Airways
2006
Airlink
South African Express
Mango
Swiss International Air Lines
2006
Swiss European Air Lines Edelweiss Air
Swiss Private Aviation
Shanghai Airlines
2007
- China United Airlines
Air China
2007
- Shandong Airlines
Turkish Airlines
2008
- Anadolu Jet
B&H Airlines
SunExpress5

EgyptAir
2008
EgyptAir Express Air Cairo
Air Sinai
Continental Airlines
2009
Continental Connection2 operated by:
Cape Air
Colgan Air
CommutAir
Gulfstream International Airlines
Continental Express2 operated by:
Chautauqua Airlines
ExpressJet Airlines
Continental Micronesia







-


1 Founding member

2 Airlines operating under the Continental Connection, Continental Express, Lufthansa Regional, United Express and US Airways Express brands are not necessarily members of Star Alliance. However flights are operated on behalf of the respective member airlines, carry their designator code and are Star Alliance flights.

3 Members of Lufthansa Regional that are fully owned by Deutsche Lufthansa AGmarker

4 Luxair is a fully integrated member of Lufthansamarker's frequent flyer programme Miles & More. Luxair is partially owned by Lufthansa

5 Jointly owned by Lufthansamarker and Turkish Airlines

6 Owned by Thai Airways International (39%), Dhipaya Insurance, Government Pension Fund, Krung Thai bank, Crown Property Bureau, ING Funds, King Power, Patee Sarasin, Siam Commercial Bank Securities and Supapong Asvinvichit.

7 A partnership between Singapore Airlines and Temasek Holdings

8 Wholly Owned By US Airways Group

Former member airlines

Former Member Airline Country Joined Exited Affiliates
Ansett Australia1
1999
2001
Aeropelican Air Services
Ansett New Zealand
Hazelton Airlines
Kendell Airlines
Skywest Airlines



Mexicana2
2000
2004
Aerocaribe
Varig3
1997
2007
Nordeste
Rio Sul


1 Collapsed in 2001

2 Left the alliance in 2004 after deciding not to renew a codeshare alliance with United Airlines, opting instead to codeshare with American Airlines, and joined the Oneworld alliance on November 10, 2009

3 Suspended its membership alliance on 31 January 2007 due to major restructuring, being involuntarily ejected, and failing to meet minimum qualifications

Future member airlines



Future Member Airline Country Joining Affiliates
Brussels Airlines1
9 December 2009
TAM Airlines2
April 2010
TAM Mercosur
Air India3
2010
Air India Express
Air India Regional
Indian Airlines

Aegean Airlines4
May 2010
-


1 On 15 September 2008 it was jointly announced by both airlines that Lufthansamarker will acquire a 45% stake in Brussels Airlines with an option to acquire the remaining 55% from 2011. As a part of this deal Brussels Airlines will join Star Alliance. On 11 December 2008, Brussels Airlines was invited to become a member of Star Alliance at the annual board meeting of the alliance. Brussels Airlines is expected to join Star Alliance on 9 December 2009.

2 TAM Airlines announced on 7 October 2008 that it is the next airline in line to join Star Alliance. The mentoring airline for this admission is United Airlines and the airline is expected to join the alliance in the first quarter of 2010 , after completing the integration process. With this addition, South America will be once again widely covered by the Star Alliance network after previous member Varig was evicted in 2006.

3 Air India was invited to join Star Alliance on 13 December 2007. It was originally scheduled to become a member on March 29, 2009. Its entry has now been delayed by one year and is now tentatively expected to become a member in mid-2010.

4On 26 May 2009 Aegean Airlines' membership application was approved by the Chief Executive Board of Star Alliance. Aegean is expected to join the alliance within 12 months.

Possible future members

At the annual board meeting on 11 December 2008 in Chicagomarker Star Alliance CEO Jaan Albrecht revealed that the alliance is targeting up to 50 members. New management strategies, such as regional and global leaderships are being examined in order to handle a significantly larger alliance.

Airlines having applied/been invited for membership

The following airlines have reportedly been invited to join the alliance or have applied for membership. As the invitation or application still needs to be approved these airlines cannot yet be considered as future members.

Possible Future Member Airline Affiliates Star Alliance
Code Share Partners
Star Alliance
Frequent Flyer Programme Partners
Notes
Grupo Taca Aeroperlas
Aviateca
Isleña Airlines
La Costeña
Lacsa
Nica
SANSA
Taca International
TACA Perú







Lufthansamarker1
United Airlines
Lufthansamarker1
United Airlines
On 21 November 2008, Grupo Taca chief executive Robert Kriete on the ALTA airline leaders forum in Cancun informed that the airline has submitted an application to join Star Alliance. It was expected that the decision by Star should be at latest at the beginning of 2009.
1 On 1 April 2009 Lufthansa and Taca will start code sharing on flights linking Miamimarker with San Salvadormarker and Caracasmarker with Limamarker operated by Taca as well as Lufthansa flights from Miami and Caracas to Frankfurtmarker. In addition to that the two airlines agreed to combine their frequent flyer programmes, enabling members to earn and redeem miles on both airlines' entire networks . This comes after Lufthansa and Taca signed a memorandum of understanding on 23 May 2007, intending to cooperate closely

.

Airlines in membership negotiations

The following airlines are reportedly in negotiations with Star Alliance. These negotiations will not necessarily lead to an invition or application to join the alliance.

Possible Future Member Airline Affiliates Star Alliance
Code Share Partners
Star Alliance
Frequent Flyer Programme Partners
Notes
Copa Airlines AeroRepública Continental Airlines Continental Airlines On 21 November 2008, Copa chief executive Pedro Heilbron on the ALTA airline leaders forum in Cancun, expressed that Copa Airlines has decided to leave Skyteam and is in exclusive talks with Star Alliance. According to Mr. Heilbron, Copa Airlines has not much choice since Continental Airlines left Skyteam for Star Alliance.. In May 2009 Copa Airlines confirmed exiting SkyTeam on 24 October 2009
Rossiya - Austrian Airlines
Brussels Airlines
LOT Polish Airlines
Scandinavian Airlines
Swiss International Air Lines



- On 7 October 2008 Jaan Albrecht (Star Alliance CEO) revealed that Star Alliance was negotiating with Rossiya.
Air Malta - BMI
Brussels Airlines
Lufthansamarker
Swiss International Air Lines
Turkish Airlines



Lufthansamarker
Swiss International Air Lines
In an interview published on 1 June 2009 Star Alliance CEO Jaan Albrecht confirmed membership talks between the alliance and Air Malta.


Airlines being courted/considering membership

The following airlines are reportedly interested in joining the alliance or being courted by Star Alliance. These airlines may or may not decide to become a member.

Possible Future Member Airline Affiliates Star Alliance
Code Share Partners
Star Alliance
Frequent Flyer Programme Partners
Notes
Aerolineas Argentinas Austral Líneas Aéreas - - In 2007 Jaan Albrecht stated that Star Alliances was "exploring various options to secure a wider presence in the region" (South America) and attention was focused on Aerolineas Argentinas and Avianca. He said it was premature to speak of negotiations but Star Alliance would watch Aerolineas Argentinas closely.
Avianca Capital Airlines
OceanAir
SAM Colombia
VIP Ecuador


Air Canada Air Canada (code share flights only) On 7 October 2008 Jaan Albrecht (CEO of Star Alliance) stated that the alliance was looking at adding Avianca as a member. However, it is very unlikely that Avianca will join if Copa joins Star Alliance since Copa owns controlling shares in Aerorepublica which operates in the Colombian market, competing with Avianca.
China Eastern Airlines Shanghai Airlines Asiana Airlines
Shanghai Airlines
Shanghai Airlines China Eastern Airlines is currently being courted by Star Alliance following the acquisition for Star Alliance member Shanghai Airlines. Glen Tilton, CEO of United Airlines recently visited the Chairman of CEA in order to try to persuade the airline to join Star Alliance. According to media reports All Nippon Airways is also planning to start talks with CEA.
Ethiopian Airlines - BMI
Brussels Airlines
Lufthansamarker
South African Airways


Lufthansamarker According to CEO Girma Wake, Ethiopian Airlines intends to formally apply for membership early in 2010. The airline hopes to join the alliance in late 2010 or early 2011. Ethiopian also plans to add code share agreements with EgyptAir, Singapore Airlines, Thai Airways International, Turkish Airlines and United Airlines.
Jet Airways JetLite Air Canada
ANA
Brussels Airlines
Turkish Airlines


All Nippon Airways
Austrian Airlines
Brussels Airlines
Lufthansamarker
South African Airways
Swiss International Air Lines
Turkish Airlines
United Airlines






Media reports suggest that Lufthansamarker is courting Jet Airways as a future member. Star Alliance has not ruled out adding a second Indian airline in addition to Air India. However the Indian Ministry of Civil Aviation is said to be upset as they feel Air India was put at a disadvantage.

Oneworld is discussing about a potential membership for Jet Airways on June 2009, as Jet Airways have strong codeshare ties with Oneworld airlines, particularly American Airlines.

JetBlue Airways - - - According to Dave Barger, CEO of JetBlue Airways, the airline is currently considering becoming a member of a global airline alliance. Since Lufthansamarker owns a 19% stake in Jetblue, Star Alliance seems to be the most likely choice. Jetblue already partners Lufthansa and Swiss International Air Lines as well as Aer Lingus, which currently is not part of an alliance.
Luxair - - - Lufthansa owns a 13% stake in the company. The airline has also adopted Lufthansa's 'Miles & More' frequent flyer program as their official loyalty program since 29 March 2009.
Qatar Airways - ANA
Asiana Airlines
BMI
Lufthansamarker
United Airlines



ANA
Asiana Airlines
BMI
Lufthansamarker
United Airlines
US Airways




On 24 July 2009 Qatar Airways' CEO Akbar Al Baker revealed that the airline is interested in joining an airline alliance. Al Baker said that he was most interested in joining Star Alliance but he stressed that such a move has to be win-win situation for all parties involved.
Virgin Atlantic - ANA
BMI
Continental Airlines
Singapore Airlines
South African Airways
US Airways




Air China
Air New Zealand
All Nippon Airways
BMI
Continental Airlines
SAS Scandinavian Airlines
Singapore Airlines
South African Airways
US Airways







Virgin's involvement with Lufthansa's talks on BMI's future may lead to a possible merger on parts of the airlines' operations - this may well lead to Virgin's entrance into the Star Alliance to counter its major rival, oneworld alliance's strong presence on the very lucrative LHR-JFK route. In fact Virgin already has partnership agreements with 9 of the Star Alliance members, while having none with oneworld and SkyTeam members. Singapore Airlines currently has a 49% stake in shareholding on Virgin Atlantic.


Premium status

Star Alliance has two premium levels, Silver and Gold, based on a customer's tier status in a member carrier's frequent flyer program. Each of the member and regional airlines recognizes Star Silver/Gold status, with a few exceptions (mainly pertaining to airport lounge access). The statuses have no specific requirements of their own; membership is based solely on the frequent flyer programs of individual member airlines. Many member airlines also have an additional premium status beyond Gold which is not recognised across Star Alliance.

Star Alliance Silver

Star Alliance Silver status is awarded to customers who have reached a premium level of a member carrier's frequent flyer program.

Benefits of Star Alliance Silver membership:
  • Priority reservations waitlisting
  • Priority airport stand-by


Some airlines also offer the following to Silver members:
  • Priority boarding
  • Priority airport check-in
  • Priority baggage handling
  • Preferred seating
  • Additional checked luggage allowance
  • Airport lounge access


Membership tiers granting Star Alliance Silver:

The lowest qualification criteria for a Star Alliance Silver status is 10,000 status miles earned during one calendar year with Thai's Royal Orchid Plus program [37038] awarding a status valid for a full two years.

Star Alliance Gold



Star Alliance Gold status is awarded to customers who have reached a high level of a member airline's frequent flyer program.

Benefits of Star Alliance Gold membership:
  • Priority reservations waitlisting
  • Priority airport stand-by
  • Priority boarding
  • Priority airport check-in
  • Priority baggage handling
  • Additional checked luggage allowance of 20 kg (or one extra piece where the piece concept applies)
  • Airport lounge access to designated Star Alliance Gold lounges on the day and at the place of departure, on presentation of a valid Star Alliance boarding pass.


Some airlines also offer the following to Gold members:
  • Preferred seating (exit seat, or even on a special section on the plane on some carriers, which provides more leg room)
  • Guaranteed seating on fully booked flights (subject to the booking class code and notice period)
  • Free upgrade (in the form of voucher/certificate or automatic upgrade upon check-in)


Membership tiers granting Star Alliance Gold:

The lowest qualification criteria for a Star Alliance Gold status is 35,000 status miles earned during one calendar year with Air Canada's Aeroplan program awarding a status valid for one year from March of the next year.

Another carrier offering a similar level for Star Alliance Gold status qualification is Turkish Airlines. Turkish Airlines Miles and Smiles Classic Plus cardholders who earn 40,000 status miles within 12 consecutive months are eligible to become Elite members, thereby earning Star Alliance Gold status. [37039] Turkish Airlines Elite status is valid for two years. Miles and Smiles members who are residents of Turkey can renew their Elite level membership by earning 30,000 qualifying miles within one year of earning elite status or 45,000 miles within two years of earning elite status. Miles and Smiles members residing outside of Turkey are eligible for elite status renewal if they accrue 25,000 miles within one year of gaining elite status or 37,500 within two years the lowest re-qualification criteria for a Star Alliance Gold status.

Effective 1 October 2008, accumulating 40,000 miles over two calendar years in Asiana Airlines Club Programme will gain Gold status, with a renewal requirement of 40,000 miles in two calendar years.

Photo gallery of the Star Alliance livery

Image:AdriaStarAlliance.jpg|Adria Airways (2009)Image:Air-Canada-Star-Alliance-A330-343X-YVR.jpg|Air Canada Airbus A330-343X at Vancouver International Airportmarker (2008)Image:Air-China-Star-Alliance-A330-200-YVR.jpg|Air China A330-243 at Vancouver International Airportmarker (2008)Image:B-6093-2008-09-13-YVR.jpg|Air China A330-243 at Vancouver International Airportmarker (2008)Image:CASTARPEK.jpg|Air China A330-243 at Beijing Capital International Airportmarker (2009)Image:Melbourne Airport Star Alliance Aircraft.jpg|Air New Zealand A320 at Melbourne Airportmarker (2008)Image:StarAllianceANA767.jpg|All Nippon Airways at Kansai International Airportmarker (2006)Image:B767-381 ER(JA614A) landing @KIX RJBB (485788212).jpg|All Nippon Airways B767-381 at Kansai International Airportmarker (2007)Image:ANA@SFO2008.jpg|All Nippon Airways B777 at San Francisco International Airportmarker (2008)Image:AustrianPEK.jpg|Austrian Airlines B767-300 at Beijing Capital International Airportmarker (2008)Image: AustrianStarPEK.jpg|Austrian Airlines B767-300 at Beijing Capital International Airportmarker (2009)Image:A320 CA Star Alliance.jpg|Croatia Airlines Airbus A320 at Dubrovnik Airportmarker (2008)Image:MS_Star_Alliance_Livery.JPG|EgyptAir A330 at Paris Charles de Gaullemarker (2008)Image:EgyptAirPEK.jpg|EgyptAir A330 at Beijing Capital International Airportmarker (2009)Image:Boeing 767-300ER EPWA SP-LPA LOT.JPG|LOT Polish Airlines B767-300ER at Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airportmarker (2007)Image:Boeing 767-300ER EPWA SP-LPA.JPG|LOT Polish Airlines B767-300ER at Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airportmarker (2007)Image:Airbus A340 - Lufthansa - 001.jpg|Lufthansamarker A340 departing Zürich Airportmarker (2004)Image:Lufthansa B747-400 D-ABTH.jpg|Lufthansamarker B747-400 at Frankfurt International Airportmarker (2006)Image:Sas md-81 se-dmb staralliance arp.jpg|SAS MD-82 taking off from London Heathrow International Airportmarker (2008)Image:Sas A333x.jpg|Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS) seen at Copenhagen Airportmarker, Kastrupmarker (2007)Image:FM@PEK.jpg|Shanghai Airlines B767-300 at Beijing Capital International Airportmarker (2009)Image:Sinagore Airlines Bali.jpg|Singapore Airlines B777-200 at Ngurah Rai International Airportmarker, Balimarker (2006)Image:SIA Boeing 747-4H6, 9V-SPR, SIN 2.jpg|Singapore Airlines B747-400 at Singapore Changi Airportmarker (2007)Image:SIA Boeing 747-400, 9V-SPP, SIN 6 for wiki.jpg|Singapore Airlines B747-400 at Singapore Changi Airportmarker (2008)Image:Spanair MD82 EC-HFP.jpg| Spanair MD82 in full Star Alliance colours prior to its ill-fated JK5022/LH 2554marker flightImage:Airbus A320-232 - Spanair - EC-INM - 200503051646.jpg|Spanair A320-232 at Madrid Barajas Airportmarker (2005)Image:StarAllianceSouthAfrican.JPG|South African Airways at London Heathrow International Airportmarker (2006)Image:HS-TGW.JPG|Thai Airways B747-400 (2006)Image:Star Alliance 747.jpg|Thai Airways B747-400 at Don Mueang International Airportmarker (2006)Image:UnitedSFO.jpg|United Airlines B777-200 at San Francisco International Airportmarker (2008)Image:UA747 Star.jpg|United Airlines B747-422 at San Francisco International Airportmarker (2009)Image:United Airlines B763 N653UA.jpg|United Airlines B767-300 at Zürich Airportmarker (2009)Image:1607938.jpg|Continental Airlines B757-200 at London Heathrow Airportmarker (2009)


References

  1. http://www.staralliance.com/en/press/staralliance-continental-final-prp/
  2. " Employment Opportunities." Star Alliance. Retrieved on 27 December 2008.
  3. Current issues arising with airline alliances: panel discussion. EUROPEAN AIR LAW ASSOCIATION. 11th Annual Conference. Recent developments in European air transport law and policy Lisbon, 5 November 1999
  4. http://www.staralliance.com/en/about/airlines/
  5. http://corporate.brusselsairlines.com/en_be/corp/news/press-releases/Default.aspx?id=22567
  6. see page 15
  7. ATW: Star Alliance has eye on India as Air China, Shanghai Airlines prepare to join
  8. EgyptAir » About EgyptAir » News and Press » EgyptAir to join Star Alliance ,last update
  9. http://konzern.lufthansa.com/en/html/presse/pressemeldungen/index.html?c=nachrichten/app/show/en/2009/03/909/HOM&s=0
  10. http://www.detnews.com/article/20091118/LIFESTYLE07/911180327/1001/rss21
  11. [1]
  12. http://corporate.brusselsairlines.com/en_be/corp/news/press-releases/Default.aspx?id=22567
  13. http://www.aviationweek.com/aw/generic/story_generic.jsp?channel=aviationdaily&id=news/IND03189.xml
  14. Brussels Airlines join Star Alliance
  15. Lufthansa Geschäftsbericht 2008, page 7
  16. [2]
  17. TAM Airlines to join Star Alliance
  18. AEGEAN AIRLINES ACCEPTED AS FUTURE STAR ALLIANCE MEMBER CARRIER
  19. Star adds Brussels Airlines, targets up to 50$ members
  20. Copa and TACA poised to join Star
  21. Lufthansa launches codeshare flights with TACA to Peru and El Salvador
  22. TACA and Lufthansa ponder joint services
  23. Copa confirmes SkyTeam exit
  24. [3]
  25. Brussels Airlines Partners
  26. Star Alliance takes shine to TAM, Latin America
  27. Air Malta Codeshare Partners
  28. KMile Partners
  29. Star: Alliance's growth, innovation continue to attract attention
  30. Warning of the week: Star Alliance shrinks
  31. [4]
  32. http://atwonline.com/news/other.html?issueDate=9%2F21%2F2009
  33. "Ethiopian plans Star entry"
  34. Girma Wake: Driving growth at Ethiopian Airlines
  35. Ethiopia went "from mule to aircraft" when African aviation was in its infancy - Wake
  36. "Lufthansa's support for Jet's Star Alliance entry upsets govt"
  37. Air India Entry To Star Delayed By Year
  38. "JetBlue eyeing more international partners"
  39. "JetBlue Airways Looking for International Partners"
  40. [5]
  41. Luxair: Shareholders
  42. MILES & MORE: LUXAIR IS A FULLY INTEGRATED MILES & MORE PARTNER
  43. Miles & More: Luxair
  44. "Qatar Air CEO: 'Star Alliance should invite us to join'"
  45. Miles & More Status Levels


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