Star Alliance Members
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. It operates a global route network of approximately 130 destinations, being particularly dense in Central and Eastern Europe with 35 destinations.
Austrian Airlines is part of the Lufthansa Group, Europe’s largest airline group, and a member of the Star Alliance, the first global alliance of international airlines.
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.
Avianca is the commercial brand that represents the Latin American airlines integrated in Avianca Holdings S.A. Through its membership with Star Alliance, Avianca offers the possibility to connect to more than 1,200 destinations in 195 countries globally.
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.