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Old August 4th, 2011, 10:54 AM   #41
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SHENZHEN AIRLINES ACCEPTED AS FUTURE STAR ALLIANCE MEMBER CARRIER
Alliance Expands in China


SHENZHEN, China - July 6th, 2011 - Star Alliance, the way the Earth connects, today announced that its Chief Executive Board (CEB) has unanimously approved the application of Shenzhen Airlines to join Star Alliance.

Jaan Albrecht, CEO Star Alliance said: "With the approval of our Chief Executive Board (CEB) we today formally start the integration process of Shenzhen Airlines, which upon completion will allow Star Alliance to once again enlarge its offer across Mainland China and neighbouring countries."

Bringing Shenzhen Airlines into the Alliance is part of a long-term strategy to expand the Star Alliance network into the future growth markets, thus providing the international traveller with optimal flight options. In the case of China, the foundation for this strategy was set many years ago, by those Star Alliance member carriers who have been successfully serving this market for several decades. As a result, the Alliance was able to welcome Air China into the family in December 2007.

Albrecht added, "Shenzhen Airlines is the fifth largest airline in China operating from the fifth busiest airport in the country. In conjunction with Air China, we will be growing our customer offer especially in the southern part of China."

Through its future membership in Star Alliance, Shenzhen Airlines 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.

Feng Gang, the president of Shenzhen Airlines said: "Joining Star Alliance will help Shenzhen Airlines in its mission to build on its strength of a well-known national carrier, while implementing its strategy of establishing itself as a strong brand across the Asia-Pacific region and beyond."

The integration teams at Shenzhen Airlines and Star Alliance have already begun the work that needs to be completed before a new airline can join the Star Alliance network. Air China will be assisting in this process.

Kong Dong, Air China Chairman said: "As the mentor of Shenzhen Airlines, Air China will provide its full support and assistance in facilitating the success of Shenzhen Airlines' integration into the Star Alliance Network by the end of 2012. Besides, Air China and Shenzhen Airlines will actively participate in Alliance activities and initiatives, and work closely together with all member airlines to achieve win-win cooperation".

Shenzhen Airlines will add five new destinations to the Star Alliance network in China: Juzhou (Zhejiang Province), Linyi, Qinhuangdao, Shijiazhuang, and Zhoushan. In total, the Star Alliance network will then encompass a total of 32 carriers (the current 27 and five future members), offering a choice of more than 23,000 daily flights to 1,315 destinations in 190 countries.
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Old August 4th, 2011, 06:27 PM   #42
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I think i will stick with Jet Airways and Kingfisher for the time being..........They are pretty good
yeah. Flew Jet airways to Singapore once. I have decided if the service stays the same it will be the airline of choice.
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Old December 14th, 2011, 12:51 AM   #43
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Three Member Carriers Based on African Continent - Improved Flight Options for Customers

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia - December 13th, 2011 - At a ceremony held at Addis Ababa’s Bole International Airport the Star Alliance Chief Executive Board (CEB) welcomed Ethiopian Airlines as the Alliance's third carrier based on the African continent.
"Today we have taken a large step forward in completing our Africa strategy," said Jaan Albrecht, CEO Star Alliance." With Ethiopian Airlines now part of the Star Alliance network, we offer our customers the widest choice of flights connecting to, from and within Africa. Moreover, Ethiopian Airlines will bring the Star Alliance customer benefits to more markets across Africa, a region of the world in which air travel is enjoying steady growth rates.".
With the addition of Ethiopian Airlines, the Star Alliance network in Africa grows to cover major commercial and political cities of the continent particularly in East, Central and West Africa. In total, the 16 Star Alliance member carriers serving Africa offer more than 750 daily flights to over 110 destinations in 48 countries on the continent, with Addis Ababa, Cairo and Johannesburg serving as the main hubs.
"It is another historical milestone for Ethiopian to join this most prestigious and longest serving Alliance in the world,"said Tewolde Gebremariam, CEO Ethiopian Airlines. "This day will remain colourfully marked in our history book. It is in line with our efforts to lay a strong foundation for the airline to achieve its vision 2025 objectives."
On a global scale, with the addition of Ethiopian Airlines, the Star Alliance network now counts 28 airlines, offering a choice of more than 21,000 daily flights to 1,290 destinations in 189 countries.
Through its Star Alliance membership, Ethiopian Airlines now offers its customers the benefits of being a member of a global airline alliance: worldwide reach via the extensive network, seamless travel and status recognition through the frequent flyer programmes. Ethiopian Airlines ShebaMiles participants can now earn miles when flying on any Star Alliance member carrier, with the collected miles counting towards achieving ShebaMiles Silver Club or Gold Glub status. All collected miles can be redeemed for flights operated by any Star Alliance member carrier. In addition, all ShebaMiles Silver Club and Gold Club customers will receive the respective Alliance Silver and Gold benefits every time they travel on a Star Alliance member carrier. By the same token, Ethiopian Airlines will be extending the Alliance Silver and Gold benefits to status customers from all other Star Alliance member carriers when they fly on Ethiopian Airlines.
Ethiopian Airlines will also participate in and sell the various Alliance fare products. On the corporate side, Ethiopia is an important destination for meetings and conventions. Indeed, its capital city Addis Ababa is often referred to as the "political capital of Africa". This stems from the fact that the city is home to organisations such as the African Union or United Nations Economic Commission for Africa. By participating in both Star Alliance Conventions Plus and Meetings Plus, Ethiopian Airlines will now be able to offer worldwide flight connections at special rates for delegates and participants.
On the leisure side, Ethiopian Airlines will begin participating in the various Star Alliance fare products as of January 01, 2012. The airline's African routes will be added to the offer of the Star Alliance Africa Airpass, a special fare designed for those wishing to criss-cross the continent by air.
At the same time Ethiopian Airlines will also become part of the Star Alliance Round the World fare, opening the airline's network for globe trotters.
About Star Alliance:
The Star Alliance network was established in 1997 as the first truly global airline alliance to offer worldwide reach, recognition and seamless service to the international traveller. Its acceptance by the market has been recognised by numerous awards, including the Air Transport World Market Leadership Award and Best Airline Alliance by both Business Traveller Magazine and Skytrax. The member airlines are: Adria Airways, Aegean Airlines, Air Canada, Air China, Air New Zealand, ANA, Asiana Airlines, Austrian, Blue1, British Midland International, Brussels Airlines, Continental Airlines, Croatia Airlines, EGYPTAIR, Ethiopian Airlines, LOT Polish Airlines, Lufthansa, Scandinavian Airlines, Singapore Airlines, South African Airways, Spanair, SWISS, TAM Airlines, TAP Portugal, Turkish Airlines, THAI, United and US Airways. Avianca- TACA, Copa Airlines and Shenzhen Airlines have been announced as future members. Overall, the Star Alliance network offers more than 21,000 daily flights to 1,290 airports in 189 countries.

About Ethiopian Airlines:
Ethiopian Airlines, one of the largest and fastest growing airlines in Africa, made its maiden flight to Cairo in 1946. With the addition of new flight services to Milan, Ethiopian provides dependable services to 63 international destinations spanning four continents. Recently, Ethiopian received the 2011 AFRAA award for being consistently profitable over the years and has won the "AFRICAN CARGO AIRLINE OF THE YEAR 2011" Award for its excellence in air cargo. Ethiopian won the NEPAD Transport Infrastructure Excellence Awards 2009 and "Airline of the Year 2009" award from the African Airlines Association (AFRAA). In August 2008, Ethiopian won "the 2008 Corporate Achievement Award" of Aviation & Allied Business for setting the pace towards the development and growth of the African aviation industry. Ethiopian is also the first African carrier to win the 2008 Brussels Airport Company Award in recognition of its distinguished long haul operations witnessed through the introduction of new routes, new products, and close cooperation with Brussels Airport in marketing activities.
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Old December 14th, 2011, 07:24 AM   #44
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Singapore and Portugal is most advanced and have best services for everyone therefor I vote for these companies.
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Old December 15th, 2011, 08:56 PM   #45
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By 2013, EVA AIR of Taiwan is thinking of joining an alliance (either Star Alliance or One World).

I'm thinking they might join SA since their rival (China Airlines) is in the other alliance.
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Old March 27th, 2012, 01:59 PM   #46
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EVA joins Star Alliance.

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IN BRIEF | Taipei-based carrier EVA Airways will sign on the dotted line with Star Alliance this Thursday.

An EVA Airways spokesman confirmed to Australian Business Traveller that the airline and Star Alliance will formally announce its membership at a joint press conference to be held in Taipei this Thursday morning, March 29.

However, EVA won't be an active member of Star Alliance – with reciprocal point sharing through EVA's Evergreen Club, lounge access and other alliance perks – until the middle of next year.

"There's a lot of integration to be done in our systems, that all has to take place before we are a full member of Star Alliance, which we expect to happen in the second quarter of 2013" the spokesman told Australian Business Traveller.

EVA is Taiwan's second-largest carrier behind China Airlines, which recently joined SkyTeam. EVA counts Brisbane as its sole Australian port, with twice-weekly flights between Brisbane and Taipei.
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Old July 31st, 2013, 08:10 PM   #47
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air india to join star alliance but when No one knows its still a question ?
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Old July 31st, 2013, 08:28 PM   #48
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air india to join star alliance but when No one knows its still a question ?
No, I think they finally got the no from Star Alliance because they did not meet the requirements to join and they kept deferring joining. They are no longer pursuing Air India. That was what I heard the last time we had this discussion.
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Old August 28th, 2013, 01:21 AM   #49
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Star Alliance weighs options for India

World’s largest airline alliance explores ways to stem decline in its share of passenger traffic originating from India


New Delhi: Star Alliance is considering several options, including offering its membership to Air India Ltd, as the world’s largest airline alliance explores ways to stem a decline in its share of passenger traffic originating from India, especially with Jet Airways (India) Ltd’s partnership with Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways PJSC expected to hand West Asian airlines an advantage.
The 28-member alliance, dominated by Lufthansa, Singapore Airlines, United Airlines and Thai Airways, discussed the control of West Asian airlines on India at its board meeting at Cebu, the Philippines, in June and considered potential membership for Air India, which has been suspended since 2011, according to a person familiar with the matter.

“The feeling was that Star is no more a natural choice for passengers from India. Most of the traffic is flying Indian carriers or being taken away by Gulf airlines,” this person said, declining to be identified. “Star Alliance’s market share is declining.”

Nearly 37 million international passengers travel to and from India annually. Of these 13.5 million travel to West Asia, 10.8 million to Asia, 6 million to Europe, 4.3 million to North America, 1.2 million to Africa, 700,000 to Australia, and 100,000 to South America.

Indian airlines, including Air India, Jet Airways, IndiGo and SpiceJet Ltd, have a 33% share of this international traffic, while 17% is with West Asian airlines such as Emirates, Qatar Airways, Etihad and Air Arabia. Star Alliance has a 13% share, while rivals OneWorld and SkyTeam have 8% each. The rest is with other international airlines that are not members of these groupings.
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Star Alliance’s weakness, it was noted at the meeting, was that it only operates to four European countries from India though 13 of its member airlines are flying into eight Indian cities with 257 flights.

The challenges that were discussed at the June meeting included Jet Airways’ closeness to Etihad, which would now route more India traffic through Abu Dhabi, and also Qatar Airways joining rival alliance OneWorld, and AirAsia launching an Indian unit.

Star Alliance does not have an Indian airline as its member. The alliance suspended the membership of Air India in 2011 claiming the flag carrier was not prepared.

Lufthansa was the mentor for Air India’s entry into Star Alliance.
After suspending Air India. Star Alliance offered membership to Jet Airways. The Indian airline has, however, chosen to align with Etihad. It is not clear whether Jet Airways will still join Star Alliance.
An email sent to Jet Airways remained unanswered.

Star Alliance spokesman Markus Ruediger said the alliance wants at least one Indian airline to become a member soon. The alliance had earlier said it was open to having two Indian airlines. He declined to address questions on competition from West Asian airlines and Air India’s membership.

“The Air India integration remains suspended. Star Alliance continues to consider India a market in which we would like to secure at least one home carrier,” he said in an emailed response.

An Air India spokesman declined to comment on the matter.
The Star Alliance board, in its meeting, also considered the advantage of adding one of the three big airlines—Air India, Jet Airways or IndiGo—to its network.

The meeting discussed a satisfaction benchmark measuring passengers’ satisfaction on long-haul flights between 1 January and 31 March on 16 international airlines by the International Air Transport Association’s [email protected], a passenger satisfaction benchmarking survey designed for airlines. This was meant to ascertain where Air India ranked.

The survey showed that Japan Airlines, Emirates and Etihad were the top three in the overall business-class satisfaction survey, while Lufthansa, British Airways and Air India were ranked at the bottom.
The June meeting could not decide whether to restart Air India’s entry into Star Alliance.

Jet Airways will increasingly be controlled by Etihad and its network, and will certainly affect Star Alliance and some other European airlines who were taking traffic via their hubs in Frankfurt, London and Paris to North America, said Steve Forte, a former Jet chief executive officer (CEO).

“Once the Etihad partnership is fully approved and implemented, it is my vision that Jet’s management and strategy will be totally dominated by Etihad,” said Forte. “This was already demonstrated by the sudden and rushed departure of the previous CEO, who apparently may have not been in full agreement with Etihad’s plans and was seen as Naresh Goyal’s man.”


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Air India set to join Star Alliance


New Delhi: Paving the way for Air India's entry into the largest global airlines' grouping, Star Alliance on Friday unanimously decided to recommence the national carrier's integration process that was suspended in 2011.

"Today we see an Air India which has successfully completed its merger with Indian Airlines and is building up a new fleet that forms the basis for a much improved level of service. This is why we believe the time is now right to recommence the integration process," Mark Schwab, Star Alliance CEO, said after a board meeting of the 28-member grouping in Vienna.

Air India CMD Rohit Nandan, who is also in the Austrian capital, said, "Today is a historic day for Air India. The decision to recommence the Star Alliance integration process will be beneficial for both sides. We are grateful for the warmth, support and encouragement with which all Alliance members have welcomed the decision."

The Alliance had put the proposal for Air India's entry into the grouping on hold since July 2011 on the grounds that the airline had not fulfilled major conditions to join it, a charge the Indian carrier had then denied.

Air India was originally accepted as a future member of Star Alliance in December 2007, but the integration process was halted in July 2011. The suspension was a joint decision to allow Air India to focus on completing its merger "without the distraction of the work required for full integration into the Star Alliance network," the alliance said in a statement from Vienna.

At one stage, Jet Airways was also vying with Air India to join the same grouping. Schwab said, "Star Alliance has long held the opinion that India is such an important aviation market that it should be fully represented in the Alliance.

"However, the level of change in the domestic market in recent years did not make it easy for an airline to become an alliance member. The market in India is now showing signs of stabilisation," the group CEO said.

Once the airline becomes a member, its passengers would enjoy major benefits, including seamless transfers on travel across the world, more frequent flyer mileage points, code- sharing leading to a wider choice of flights and access to over 1,000 lounges at airports worldwide. The Star Alliance network offers 21,900 daily flights to 1,328 airports in 195 countries.

A Star Alliance team is expected to arrive in India next week to oversee the integration process being carried out by Air India, AI officials said.

The 28 members of Star Alliance include top airlines like Lufthansa, Singapore Airlines, Air Canada, Air China, Air New Zealand, ANA, South African Airways, Austrian, THAI, Turkish Airlines, United Airlines and US Airways.

The integration process, which is likely to take three months, involves, among other things, integration of an airline's flight network, ticket booking systems, matching of frequent flyer programmes and access to lounges in home countries of the airline. It also entails seamless travel by a passenger from a foreign destination to a domestic destination, by switching flights and airlines which are members of the alliance.

The Star Alliance decision to resume the integration process for Air India comes at a time when the airline was improving its market share, passenger revenue, load factor and on-time performance, as has been reflected in its performance in the second quarter of the current financial year.

While Air India's passenger revenue was up 22 per cent in July-September, its market share grew 1.3 points from 18.5 per cent.

Its average network occupancy factor also went up by 3.8 percentage points at 72.5 per cent compared to 68.7 last year. While its domestic occupancy factor was higher by 8.7 points, it was higher by 1.6 points on the international sector. The airline's on-time performance also showed an improvement by touching 83 per cent.

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I found this Image on Google. Air India is set to join star alliance in this July 2014 [IMG]https://encrypted-tbn1.************/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRduSY9yRehPdsAtbt4HRN332JTc-vctbIsM0FYCSSGldvJr6M5wg[/IMG] [IMG]https://encrypted-tbn3.************/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRocV4jQ-SDK-MjMYsvlWkVjBCeUUHt0tSFbxKVqp6ppn5FdxMwtw[/IMG]
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Star Alliance membership Update:
Star Alliance is pleased to announce that Air India will join as our 27th member airline from 11th July Delhi time.
Air India will add 400 daily flights and 35 new destinations in India to our network and means we are the first alliance to have a member airline in the Indian sub-continent.
Please join us in welcoming Air India to the network!
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[Star Alliance, Turning Your World: Air India Joins the Star Alliance]
Following EVA Air, Air India joined the Star Alliance on July 11, 2014. It is the first Indian airline company to join an international airline alliance. Now with 27 members in its family, Star Alliance offers 18,500-plus flights to 1,316 destinations in 192 countries every day, ensuring that passengers will enjoy overseas jaunts with unprecedented convenience.

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Air India joined Star Alliance Today At Delhi Airport A320-200 painted in Star Alliance Livery
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Anyone Know When Does Air India Is Moving To London's New T2 The Star Alliance terminal ?
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Bump... This is not-so-good news from Star Alliance member, Asiana...

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South Korea bans Asiana flights to S.F. as punishment for 2013 crash

South Korean officials have banned Asiana Airlines from flying to San Francisco International Airport for 45 days due to last year's deadly runway crash.

The nation's Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport announced its decision to restrict the airline's flights to San Francisco on Friday, the Associated Press reported. Asiana plans to appeal the decision, according to media reports.

Doug Yakel, spokesman for San Francisco International Airport, told The Times they have received limited information about the decision and have not been told when it will be begin or even if it will ever happen.

As of Friday, the South Korea-based airline still had a flight on schedule at the airport.
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Here's something we have not seen before...

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