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Key figures

20 member airlines 

Over 15,500 daily flights 

More than 1,000 destinations 

177 countries


SkyTeam, a global alliance

In order to provide global passenger and cargo transport services, airlines have set up alliances, enabling them to develop their services and to increase their growth prospects on all markets.

In 2000, Air France, Aeromexico, Delta and Korean set up the SkyTeam alliance, which in 2014 has 20 members:

Air France, KLM, Aeroflot, Aerolíneas Argentinas, Aeromexico, Air Europa, Alitalia, China Airlines, China Eastern, China Southern Airlines, CSA, Delta, Garuda Indonesia, Kenya Airways, Korean, MEA, Saudia, Tarom, Vietnam Airlines and Xiamen Airlines.


SkyTeam is the second largest global airline alliance. In 2011, the three main global alliances represent 65% of world air traffic.

Belonging to an alliance enables Air France to strengthen its offer of frequencies, pool capacity and complete its offer with flights operated by its partners on their domestic networks.

Numerous benefits for customers of member airlines

When they travel on one of the 20 SkyTeam member airlines, customers benefit from the same facilities whichever airline they travel on.

They can earn miles on all airlines and benefit from 560 lounges worldwide.

SkyTeam member airlines have also implemented single products such as round the world trips and “passes” for certain regions such as Europe, China and Mexico.

By choosing these products, customers benefit from flexible travel options, a simplified fare scale and earn miles on each of the airlines they travel with.

The alliance has also developed specific corporate products for major companies and the organisers and participants of international conventions. 

SkyTeam, the #1 alliance in Greater China

With the arrival of Xiamen Airlines in 2012, SkyTeam now has four Chinese member airlines and confirms its place as leading airline alliance in Greater China. With 142 destinations served in Greater China, the alliance is expanding its offering on this buoyant market.

  • China Southern, with its hubs in Guangzhou and Beijing, is the largest Chinese airline and the third largest globally, serving 193 cities in 35 countries. China Southern has been a member of the SkyTeam alliance since November 2007. China Southern’s extensive worldwide network makes it a preferred partner for all SkyTeam airlines.  
  • China Eastern, the third largest airline in China, and Shanghai Airlines merged in 2009. Together, these airlines, both based in Shanghai, today fly to 180 destinations worldwide with a modern fleet of aircraft.
  • China Airlines operates an extensive network of passenger and cargo flights departing from its hub in Taipei, a city located in one of the most powerful economic areas of Asia. The airline provides 191 daily flights to 89 destinations around the world, including to Asia Pacific, North America and Europe. 
  • Xiamen Airlines, the fifth largest airline in China, is based in South Eastern China and operates over 220 routes on departure from its main hubs in Xiamen, Fuzhou and Hangzhou. The airlines flies to most major cities in Greater China (including Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan) as well as all the major cities in South East and North East Asia. 

In total, SkyTeam's 19 member airlines serve 1,000 destinations in 178 countries. 

www.skyteam.com

 

 

In Pictures

In Pictures

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  • An Air France 777-300 in SkyTeam livery An Air France 777-300 in SkyTeam livery
  • TAROM, new member of SkyTeam TAROM, new member of SkyTeam
  • Vietnam Airlines joins SkyTeam Vietnam Airlines joins SkyTeam
  • SkyTeam Livery SkyTeam Livery
  • China Airlines joins SkyTeam China Airlines joins SkyTeam
  • UM lounge at Paris-Orly UM lounge at Paris-Orly
  • UM lounge at Paris-orly UM lounge at Paris-orly
  • La Première lounge at Paris-CDG T2E La Première lounge at Paris-CDG T2E
  • La Première (first class) lounge La Première (first class) lounge
  • Elegant decor in the  La Première lounge Elegant decor in the La Première lounge
  • La Première lounge at Paris-CDG T2E La Première lounge at Paris-CDG T2E
  • An elegant 1,000 sq. m lounge An elegant 1,000 sq. m lounge
  • Spa in La Première lounge at Paris-CDG T2E Spa in La Première lounge at Paris-CDG T2E
  • Spa in La Première lounge at Paris-CDG T2E Spa in La Première lounge at Paris-CDG T2E
  • The passenger is met on arrival at the airport terminal The passenger is met on arrival at the airport terminal
  • l'Espace arrivals lounge shower area in Paris-CDG 2C l'Espace arrivals lounge shower area in Paris-CDG 2C
  • Check-in area at terminal 2E, exit 12 Check-in area at terminal 2E, exit 12
  • Paris-Orly West patio lounge Paris-Orly West patio lounge
  • CLARINS / AIR FRANCE relaxation area in l'Espace lounge at Paris-CDG2 E CLARINS / AIR FRANCE relaxation area in l'Espace lounge at Paris-CDG2 E
  • Relaxation area in the Terminal 2E lounge at Paris-CDG2 Relaxation area in the Terminal 2E lounge at Paris-CDG2
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Further

Air France KLM website

SkyTeam website