An alliance that brings together networks, lounge access, check-in services, ticketing and dozens of other services to improve the travel experience for customers, wherever they are in the world. Through its membership in Star Alliance, EVA Air will be able to offer its customers access to a global network, along with seamless travel and status recognition within the various member carrier frequent flyer programmes.
Wherever you fly and whichever Star Alliance member airline you fly with, it’s easy to earn and redeem miles. You only need one frequent flyer card to collect miles from every member airline you use. It couldn’t be easier to build your status and start enjoying all the benefits of the Star Alliance network. Please Click here for more information about the Frequent Flyer Programms.
Connect and Transfer
The Star Alliance network is dedicated to making your connecting travel fast, smooth and efficient. With Star Alliance Connections, it is possible to ensure that your transfers are flexible and reliable enough to remain in place, even if you’re unfortunate enough to be delayed. EVA Air’s network added Kaohsiung in Taiwan and Surabaya in Indonesia as unique airports to the Star alliance network. In addition, Taiwan’s geographic location adds to the quality of the Star Alliance hubs in Asia, it has the shortest average distance to all major cities in the Asia-Pacific region.
Relax and refresh yourself as you wait for your flight at our exclusive lounges, Star Alliance lounges and the member airline lounges. You can click here to check out all the locations at airports worldwide, what facilities we offer and the access policies.
The Star Alliance Round the World, regional and Circle fares offer exceptional flexibility and value for money. Select a fare to find out how you can explore the world in a way that suits you.
Round the World Fare
If you want to travel globally, either for business or pleasure, the Round the World fare gives you exceptional flexibility in planning your itinerary. Use the online planning and booking tool to organise your ideal journey. You can click here for more information about the Round the World Fare.
Circle Pacific Fare
The Star Alliance Circle fares provide comprehensive travel around the Asia and Pacific regions. They offer you a flexible and economical way to tour and explore. You can click here for more information about the Circle Fares.
The Star Alliance network offers 5 different Airpasses ranging from round trips within a country or even an entire continent. They all offer outstanding flexibility to help you customise your trip with the most competitive rates. You only require an international Star Alliance member airline flight to that country or continent and then you can start your Airpass trip. You can click here for more information about the Airpasses.
The Slovenian airline Adria Airways has a wealth of experience spanning over 51 years in charter and scheduled air traffic. The Adria Airways story dates back to 1961, when it was founded as a charter company. In the eighties the airline started serving scheduled routes, and became a member of the IATA, the International Air Transport Association.
Aegean Airlines began scheduled passenger operations in May 1999, following the liberalisation of the Greek domestic market. The strategy of the company at its inception and to date is to provide full service, premium quality short and medium haul services.
Air Canada is Canada’s largest full-service airline and the largest provider of scheduled passenger services in the Canadian market, the Canada-U.S. transborder market and in the international market to and from Canada. Air Canada is a founding member of Star Alliance, providing the world's most comprehensive air transportation network.
Air China is China’s national flag carrier and a Star Alliance member. In addition to commercial operations, it also provides special flight services for the country’s state leaders on official visits to other countries.
Air New Zealand, founded in 1940 as Tasman Empire Airways Limited, is New Zealand’s national airline. Air New Zealand is committed to delivering a uniquely New Zealand experience to its customers while offering the very highest standards of customer service and care. The airline takes pride in showcasing the best of New Zealand at every touch-point, from award-winning wines to modern, contemporary airline lounges that reflect the relaxed lifestyle enjoyed by New Zealanders.
All Nippon Airways (ANA) is the ninth largest airline in the world by revenues and the largest in Japan by passenger numbers. ANA has been a core member of Star Alliance since 1999 and more than 20 million members belong to its Frequent Flyer Program (ANA Mileage Club).
Every journey begins with the first step. Asiana took that first step in 1988 when it was introduced as the second flag carrier of Korea. On the occasion of its 15th Anniversary in 2003, Asiana took its next major step by joining the Star Alliance network.
Austrian Airlines is the leading carrier in Central and Eastern Europe and the Middle East. Since the beginning of flight operations on 31st of March 1958, Austrian Airlines succeeded as a pioneer in including new, yet unknown destinations in the route network.
AviancaTaca Holdings is a leading airline group in Latin America. Its multi-hub operating model offers diverse and convenient passenger flight options through Bogota, Colombia, San Salvador, El Salvador, Lima, Peru and San Jose, Costa Rica. The group also offers a broad portfolio of air products and services, including air cargo, mail, courier, aeronautical support specialists and tourism packages.
Brussels Airlines, member of Lufthansa Group and a Star Alliance member, is the Belgian airline that offers the widest choice of flights to and from the capital of Europe, Brussels Airport.
Copa Airlines was founded in 1947 as Compañía Panameña de Aviación, the national airline of Panama. In 1980, the airline withdrew from the domestic market to focus on its international reach and is today a leading Latin American provider of passenger and cargo services.
Croatia Airlines, the Croatian flag carrier (international label CTN, flight label OU) was established in 1989 under the name of Zagal. Croatia Airlines is a mid-sized European airline in constant growth. In its more than twenty years of existence, it has connected Croatian cities with the most important European centres and, through them, the entire World.
EgyptAir is the world –renowned national airline of Egypt. It started operation on the 7th of May 1932. Throughout its 80 years of service, EGYPTAIR has experienced a significant growth and has taken the lead to be the first airline in the Middle East and Africa, the seventh in the world to join IATA and has become a treasured brand.
As flag carrier of Ethiopia, Ethiopian Airlines has become one of the continent’s leading carriers, unrivalled in Africa for efficiency and operational success, turning profits for most years of its existence.
LOT Polish Airlines was established on January 1st, 1929. As one of the oldest airlines LOT has come a long way since its first aircraft, Junkers, designed with limited seating and a yearly carriage of several hundred passengers. In 1930, LOT Polish Airlines joined the International Air Transportation Association (IATA). In 1989, LOT became the first carrier in Eastern Europe to fly western-made Boeing 767.
Lufthansa is one of the world's largest and most prestigious airlines as well as an aviation group with a network of more than 400 subsidiaries around the globe. The Lufthansa Group is dedicated to quality and innovation, safety and reliability. Headquartered in Germany (Cologne), Deutsche Lufthansa AG operates in five business segments – passenger transportation, logistics, MRO, catering and IT services. Its operational centre for passenger and cargo services is located at its first hub Frankfurt, its second hub is based in Munich and its third hub is located in Duesseldorf.
SAS (Scandinavian Airlines System) was founded in August 1946 as a consortium of the national airlines of Denmark Norway and Sweden. Over the years, SAS has established itself as an innovative, pioneering airline. In the 1960s, it became the first airline in the world to fly over the North Pole and in 1962 was awarded the Christopher Columbus Prize - often called the Nobel Prize of communication - in recognition of its pioneering transpolar flights. In 1952, SAS was the first airline in the world to introduce Tourist Class, a discounted ticket with certain conditions. The entire airline industry later followed suit.
Shenzhen Airlines Co., Ltd, was founded in November 1992 and started operations on September 17 of the following year. With Air China and Shenzhen International Total Logistics (Shenzhen) Co, Ltd as its major shareholders, Shenzhen Airlines focuses on passenger, cargo and mail transportation.
Singapore Airlines (SIA)' history can be traced back to 1st May 1947, when Malayan Airways operated its first commercial flight linking Singapore with Kuala Lumpur, Ipoh and Penang. The airline was later renamed Malaysian Airways (1963) and Malaysia-Singapore Airlines (1966), which was split in two in 1972, creating Malaysian Airline System (since renamed Malaysia Airlines) and SIA. Over a period of more than half a century, SIA has earned a reputation as an innovative market leader, combining a quality product with excellent service.
South African Airways (SAA) celebrated its 78th Anniversary in 2012 and is one of the oldest airlines in the world. SAA has received numerous “Best African Airline: awards from difference leading magazines and international organisations. The airline operates one of the most technologically advanced aircraft fleets in the world and offers an exclusive and highly rated product. The vision of SAA is to be an African Airline with Global Reach underpinned by values of safety, valuing its people, customer focused, accountability and integrity.
As the airline of Switzerland, SWISS is a byword for traditional Swiss values. True to its roots, the company is dedicated to providing the highest possible quality in all its products and services. With its manageable medium size, SWISS is also optimally equipped to remain as close as possible to its customers and meet their individual needs.
Established in 1976 by Captain Rolim Adolfo Amaro, with the commitment to offer the customer with a high-quality service, TAM has been the leader in the Brazilian aviation market. The mottos "Passion for Flying" and "Command at Service", inspired in the "Spirit to Serve" established by Captain Rolim, are part of the essence of the company and guide its initiatives and activities.
TAP Portugal is the Portuguese leading airline, member of Star Alliance since March 14, 2005. Its Lisbon hub is a key European gateway at the crossroads of the African, North & South American continents, where TAP stands out as a leading carrier in operation to Brazil, with direct services to 10 different gateways.
Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI) is the national carrier of the Kingdom of Thailand. Its founding partnership with SAS in 1959 was one of the earliest airline alliances ever signed. THAI aims to be the “First Choice Carrier with Touches of Thai.”
Turkish Airlines, Turkey's national flag carrier, was founded in Ankara on May 20th, 1933 as the "State Airlines Administration" under the direction of the Ministry of Defence. In 1956, it was restructured, becoming "Turkish Airlines". Turkish Airlines has been a proud member of Star Alliance since 2008 and is pleased to offer its customers the wide range of benefits that membership provides.
United is a founding member of the Star Alliance network. The airline has a rich history in aviation, tracing its roots to 1926 when a small Swallow biplane owned by Walter T. Varney carried airmail to Nevada from Pasco, Washington – a flight that marked the true beginning of commercial air transportation and the birth of United Airlines.
From its humble beginnings in 1939 as All-American Airways -- delivering airmail to Western Pennsylvania and the Ohio Valley -- US Airways has grown to become one of America's great success stories. All-American Airways quickly grew into Allegheny Airlines, US Air and finally US Airways through buyouts and mergers.