Oneworld (marketed as oneworld) is the smallest of the world's three largest airline alliance after Star Alliance and SkyTeam respectively. It was founded in 1999 and its headquarters are in New York City, United States. Its slogan is, "An alliance of the world's leading airlines working as one." In December 2013, Oneworld's member airlines collectively operate a fleet of some 3,300 aircraft, serve about a thousand airports in more than 150 countries, carrying 475 million passengers per year on 14,000 daily departures, generating annual revenues of more than US$ 140 billion.
Members[change | change source]
|American Airlines[A]||1 February 1999|
|British Airways[A]||1 February 1999|
|Cathay Pacific[A]||1 February 1999|
|Finnair||1 September 1999|
|Iberia||1 September 1999|
|Japan Airlines||1 April 2007|
|LAN Airlines||1 June 2000|
|Malaysia Airlines||1 February 2013|
|Mexicana de Aviacion[B]||10 November 2009|
|Qantas[A]||1 February 1999|
|Qatar Airways||30 October 2013|
|Royal Jordanian||1 April 2007|
|S7 Airlines||15 November 2010|
|SriLankan Airlines||1 May 2014|
Past members[change | change source]
References[change | change source]
- "Oneworld member airlines". Oneworld. Retrieved 8 August 2009.
- "What You Need to Know About the Oneworld Alliance Airline Program". TripSavvy.
- "Aer Lingus to quit Oneworld alliance". Independent.ie.
- "Canadian Airlines leaves Oneworld alliance - CBC News". CBC. CBC News. Mar 14, 2000 [last update: November 11, 2000].
- Robinson, Peter; Luck, Michael; Smith, Stephen L.J.; Lackey, Michael (2013). Tourism. CABI. p. 105. ISBN 978-1-78064-297-0.
- "American Airlines sets Oct. 17 as date for the end of US Airways brand". 10 July 2015.