Offering wide choice for Round the World travel on a global network is something only airline alliances can do. As the world’s longest serving airline alliance, Star Alliance has been offering Round the World fares for more than a decade.
Star Alliance members EVA Air and Avianca began code-sharing on 17 August, 2016, making travel between Asia and Central America more convenient and extending services for both airlines’ passengers.
Star Alliance, the way the Earth connects, has claimed the Best Airline Alliance title at the Skytrax World Airline Awards. The Alliance also received the Best Airline Alliance Lounge Award for its prestigious Los Angeles Lounge for the second year in row.
Star Alliance is inviting all customers who visit the Alliance’s five own-branded lounges in the month of March to photograph and share their lounge tips and recommendations with fellow travellers via social media, using the #irecommend hashtag.
Aisle “C” new home for Star Alliance Carriers operating from TBIT Increased automation based on Heathrow Terminal 2 experience
Star Alliance and Heathrow Express (https://www.heathrowexpress.com/) have teamed up to offer Star Alliance Gold Card holders a special benefit when travelling on Heathrow Express trains – a free upgrade.
Star Alliance is set to expand its network reach with the launch of its Connecting Partner Model. Under this new concept, routes operated by “low-cost” and “hybrid” airlines will be able to connect to the Alliance network. This will allow customers of Star Alliance member carriers to select from an even wider choice of destinations and flights.
Member carrier CEOs review 2015 Agree on priorities for 2016 Connecting Partner Model Approved
Star Alliance has launched a social media campaign in China, targeted at international frequent flyers in this market, as well as their friends, colleagues and family members. Using the slogan “you make the difference”