SkyTeam, the global airline alliance partnering 20 members, gives frequent business travelers more flexibility and more choices for international travel. SkyTeam offers the following advantages to more than 665 million travelers, every day:
Earning miles for their flights with any SkyTeam airline, and their redemption with any member airline
Free access to more than 672 lounges all over the world
Guaranteed booking for SkyTeam Elite Plus members, even on flights which are sold out
More than 17,343 daily flights to more than 1,062 destinations in 177 countries
More fare options to a greater number of destinations
An extensive worldwide network of access points on the flights of SkyTeam alliance members
SkyTeam members use simplified check-in, thinking of passengers´ comfort.
There is only one check-in for flights with a transfer.
Information at any SkyTeam office anywhere in the world
A detailed list of advantages can be found at www.skyteam.com
Who are our SkyTeam Alliance partners?
Aeroflot is Russia’s primary national carrier and largest airline. It operates flights to 133 destinations in 52 countries
Founded in 1950, AR is one of the leading South American carriers. It operates flights to 60 scheduled destination. Aerolíneas Argentinas carries 10.5 million passengers per year.
Aeromexico, Mexico’s global airline, serves 86 destinations. It operates over 650 daily flights from its main hub out of Terminal 2 at Mexico City International Airport.
Air Europa’s network covers a large part of the Spanish territory, as well as destinations in Europe, Northern Africa and the Americas.
Air France has its head quarters in Paris. Its main transfer airports are Paris-Charles De Gaulle, Paris-Orly, and Lyon. Its network comprises 178 destinations in 89 countries
Alitalia is Italy’s leading airline, serving over 22 million passengers with more than 633 daily flights across a network of 98 destinations.
China Airlines is based at Taiwan's Taoyuan International Airport (TPE), it serves 95 destinations in 29 countries and regions worldwide, connecting Asia, Europe, North America and Oceania.
China Southern operates a fleet of 676 modern aircraft and serves 220 destinations around the globe, forming an extensive network with Guangzhou and Beijing as its core hubs.
Based in Shanghai, China Eastern it operates a modern fleet with an average age of less than 7 years. The network covers China, Japan, Korea, Southeast Asia, Europe, America and Oceania.
The flagship carrier of the Czech Republic has its head office in Prague. It offers connections to 40 destinations in 22 countries.
DELTA AIR LINES
Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. It provides services to 337 destinations in 62 countries on six continents.
Garuda Indonesia is the flag carrier of Indonesia and serves as a full service airline. Currently operates 197 aircraft and serves 77 destinations worldwide.
Kenya Airways is the leading African airline flying to over 53 destinations worldwide
KLM has its head office in Amsterdam, which is also its major point for transferring to other flights. KLM will fly you to 144 destinations in 68 countries.
Korean Air has its head office in Seoul, and uses Seoul-Incheon, Pusan, and Cheju as its main hubs. It provides connections to 131 destinations in 46 countries.
MIDDLE EAST AIRLINES
Middle East Airlines is Lebanon's national carrier, from its home base in Beirut, MEA operates to 33 destinations in 21 countries. At its present MEA carries 2.7 million passengers annually
Saudi Arabian Airlines
Since its establishment in 1945, Saudi Arabian Airlines has been providing its services to transport passengers between 26 domestic and 55 international destinations. At present, it carries about 30 million passengers annually.
TAROM’s home base in Bucharest, TAROM operates flights to 40 destinations in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East.
The Vietnamese flag carrier is based in Hanoi and uses the international airports Noi Bai, in Hanoi, and Tan Son Nhat, in Ho Chi Minh City, as its main hubs. It provides connections to 45 destinations in 18 countries.
Xiamen Airlines, based in Southeastern China and established on July 25, 1984, serves 77 destinations in 12 countries. Currently the airline operates a fleet of 136 aircraft.