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Old June 24th, 2010, 12:07 PM   #101
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SKYTEAM CELEBRATES TENTH ANNIVERSARY

Alliance more than triples membership and doubles flights in first decade, adds Air Europa, Kenya Airways and TAROM as full members.

NEW YORK, 22 June, 2010 – The CEOs and Chairmen of SkyTeam today gathered in New York to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the alliance. Since its founding in 2000, SkyTeam has more than tripled its membership, doubled flights and nearly doubled destinations to offer customers easier connections across all continents.

The leaders of SkyTeam reflected on accomplishments of the last decade and outlined strategic focus areas for the next ten years and beyond. The members pledged to intensify cooperation and further develop the network to ensure valuable growth for both customers and members. At the meeting, SkyTeam:
  • Signed an agreement with China Eastern to formally begin the process of adding one of China’s leading airlines as a SkyTeam member, and
  • Renewed its membership program, thereby making Air Europa, Kenya Airways and TAROM full members of the alliance.
From its founding in 2000 by Aeroméxico, Air France, Delta Air Lines and Korean Air, SkyTeam has grown to 13 members in 2010, including the recent addition of Vietnam Airlines and this Friday’s planned addition of Romanian carrier TAROM. SkyTeam carriers today offer approximately 13,000 daily flights to 898 destinations in 169 countries, up from 6,402 daily flights to 451 destinations in 98 countries at its inception.

Deepened cooperation
“During the last 10 years, SkyTeam’s experience with ground breaking mergers and joint ventures has deepened the cooperation among our members, giving our customers access to more markets at lower fares,” said SkyTeam Governing Board Chairman Leo van Wijk. “As we look back at SkyTeam’s steady growth of members, all are focusing on creating global coverage by linking complementary networks, flying from a few of the best hubs in Europe, the US, Asia and Africa. Today we offer our customers more destinations, more frequencies and more and better connectivity.”

“As deregulation and Open Skies agreements opened opportunities for more effective business alignment, SkyTeam emerged as a way for airlines to offer customers more connections across the globe through alliances rather than complex intercontinental mergers. And our growth will continue.”

Growth in Asia
During the Governing Board meeting, China Eastern signed an Adherence Agreement with SkyTeam, formally starting its process of joining the alliance. SkyTeam’s Managing Director, Marie-Joseph Malé, outlined the value of a second Chinese member in the alliance: “Asia is a very important growth market for SkyTeam, and we are well on track to strengthen our offering in this fast-growing part of the world. With our newest member Vietnam Airlines, and China Eastern joining us in the future, we will offer our customers 10 percent more daily flights than today. Combined with China Southern and Korean Air, these four Asian carriers will further strengthen SkyTeam's presence in Asia and position us for future growth. And we still intend to add more Asian carriers to our group, thus firmly consolidating SkyTeam as THE alliance for Asia.”

Future Focus
SkyTeam is also focused on growing its presence in other regions of the world, such as Latin America, Southeast Asia and India. “Over the past decade, SkyTeam has played a vital role in extending our customers’ reach beyond the many points Delta serves,” said Richard Anderson, CEO of Delta Air Lines, and host of the SkyTeam Governing Board in New York. “This will continue as SkyTeam pursues a strategy of valuable growth by recruiting even more members that offer our customers access into new regions.”

Renewed membership program
SkyTeam’s 10-year anniversary also marks the introduction of a new membership program, to better match with the alliances’ growth ambition. The former Associate Airline program served carriers, including current partners of alliance members, who were interested in alliance benefits but did not yet meet all strategic criteria necessary to become full SkyTeam members. It allowed SkyTeam to build a broader network and provide customers with access to additional regions of the world. With a higher degree of maturity reached in alliance development and integration, SkyTeam now fully integrates all members into the alliance. With this reclassification, Air Europa, Kenya Airways and new member TAROM will now also be referred to as Member airlines. This change will reinforce the cohesion among the partner airlines. For the customer, there will be no differences.
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Old June 25th, 2010, 09:01 AM   #102
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SkyTeam Adds Members, Mulls Future


Jun 24, 2010



By Andrew Compart

China Eastern signed an agreement to start the formal process of joining SkyTeam, and the alliance’s leadership talked about adding even more members as its governing board met June 21-22 to celebrate the partnership’s 10th anniversary in New York.

SkyTeam's executives, however, insisted that it is the seamlessness, consistency and depth of customer service that will be the real long-term differentiator among the world’s three major alliances, and say they are taking steps to make SkyTeam the leader in those categories. That includes plans to co-locate alliance partners at an additional six airports per year, and to boost information technology support so all partner airlines involved in a journey will be able to easily access a passenger’s status and characteristics and provide service accordingly.

China Eastern already had declared its intentions to join SkyTeam, dashing the hopes of Oneworld (DAILY, April 19). But SkyTeam’s leaders still praised the airline’s June 21 signing of an “adherence agreement” as a significant step that makes the move more definitive and formally launches the membership process. The process usually takes 12 to 16 months, which would install China Eastern as a full member in 2011, notes SkyTeam Managing Director Marie-Joseph Male.

SkyTeam also elevated associate members Air Europa and Kenyan Airways to full membership status. Vietnam Airlines became a member June 10, and Romanian carrier Tarom will become the 13th member tomorrow.

At the June 22 press briefing in New York, SkyTeam Chairman Leo van Wijk said the alliance is actively seeking more partners in Latin America, India and Southeast Asia. Neither he nor Male was willing to name any airlines, although when asked about Avianca-TACA, both said they believe that is a possibility.

Avianca-TACA executives appeared at a recent Star Alliance gathering, fueling speculation the airline is close to deciding to join that alliance; it was absent from the SkyTeam event. AeroMexico CEO and SkyTeam governing board member Andres Conesa, however, says he is still in talks with Avianca-TACA leaders.

Beyond that, the SkyTeam executives talked about new members primarily in generalities. Van Wijk says expansion into some countries could require alliances with airlines outside of them, given the dearth of in-country options, such as finding a carrier that can provide access to Indonesia or Australia via a hub in Asia. He also says SkyTeam does not rule out recruiting a member from another alliance, but says that would happen only in “exceptional” situations and that the focus is on attracting unaligned carriers.



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Old June 25th, 2010, 08:08 PM   #103
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TAROM AIRLINES JOINS SKYTEAM

Romanian flag carrier adds 11 destinations to SkyTeam network

TAROM passengers immediately benefit from enhanced connectivity, schedules and frequencies


BUCHAREST, 25 June 2010 – TAROM Romanian Air Transport officially joined the SkyTeam global airline alliance at a ceremony held in Bucharest today. By welcoming TAROM into SkyTeam, the alliance further strengthens its network reach in Central and Eastern Europe. TAROM becomes the 13th carrier to join SkyTeam, which marked its 10th anniversary on 22 June.

The SkyTeam alliance brings TAROM important opportunities for its future growth by bringing access to a global network offering 898 destinations in 169 countries. Effective today, TAROM passengers can earn and redeem frequent flyer miles when flying on all services operated by SkyTeam member airlines. Members of other SkyTeam airlines’ frequent flyer programs can also earn and redeem miles when travelling on TAROM-operated flights.

TAROM’s joining into the SkyTeam Alliance was officially announced in Bucharest, by Mr. Radu Berceanu, Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure from Romania, Mrs. Ruxandra Brutaru, President and CEO of TAROM Airlines, Mr. Leo van Wijk, Chairman of the SkyTeam Governing Board, Mr. Marie-Joseph Malé, Managing Director of SkyTeam and Mr. Dominique Patry, Vice President International and Alliances at Air France.

Over the past two years, TAROM has worked intensively to fulfill the alliances’ membership requirements, ranging from customer service elements such as the recognition of frequent flyer programs, lounge access and priority baggage handling, to establishing codeshare agreements with SkyTeam members.

“By joining the SkyTeam Alliance, TAROM opens a new page in its 55 years of history,” said Mrs. Brutaru. “Implementing the joining process was quite challenging, because we had to concentrate, in 2009 - a year defined by the global economic crisis - on regaining our market share and obtaining an increase in passenger numbers of up to 20%. It is indeed a historical event, acknowledging our staff’s professionalism and high quality service.”

“As we continue to expand our network around the globe, Europe remains a key strategic market for our alliance. We are proud to welcome Romania’s national carrier into our alliance today, further underling SkyTeam’s commitment to Central and Eastern Europe. TAROM firmly contributes to this promise, by adding 11 new destinations to the SkyTeam network,” said Leo van Wijk.

“SkyTeam now comprises seven European airlines, offering a comprehensive network throughout the continent, as well as hundreds of nonstop intercontinental flights to Asia, Africa, North and Latin America each day,” said Marie-Joseph Malé. “A number of SkyTeam carriers already serve TAROM’s hub in Bucharest and SkyTeam corporate customers will benefit from the inclusion of TAROM in all the global deals we offer clients, helping to facilitate trade and commerce between Romania and the rest of the world.”
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Old June 26th, 2010, 06:36 PM   #104
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Old June 28th, 2010, 01:42 AM   #105
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Old July 7th, 2010, 12:45 AM   #106
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Old July 7th, 2010, 06:16 AM   #107
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Old September 14th, 2010, 06:43 PM   #108
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China Airlines Joins SkyTeam

China Airlines Joins SkyTeam
Alliance firmly strengthens Asia Pacific network by welcoming fifth carrier from the region



TAIPEI, Taiwan, Sept. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- China Airlines, the flag carrier of Taiwan, today formally announced the start of its joining process leading to full entry into the SkyTeam airline alliance. The process is expected to be completed by mid-2011. The announcement comes just a few months after China Eastern signed an agreement to join SkyTeam.

The addition of China Airlines to the alliance complements the well-anchored position of China Southern, solidifying the unrivalled presence of SkyTeam in Greater China. With China Airlines as a partner, SkyTeam customers will benefit from further improved access to SkyTeam's extensive Asia Pacific network.

Headquartered in Taipei, China Airlines is the largest airline of Taiwan, home to one of the world's most dynamic technology-driven economies that also possesses abundant tourism opportunities and booming aviation industry prospects.

During an official ceremony in Taipei, China Airlines' President Huang-Hsiang Sun, joined the CEOs and representatives of SkyTeam member airlines in signing an adherence agreement, thus formally starting the process of China Airlines joining SkyTeam. The signing ceremony took place at National Concert Hall in Taipei, witnessed by Chairman of the SkyTeam Governing Board Leo van Wijk, Managing Director of SkyTeam Marie-Joseph Male and Chairman Liu Shaoyong of future member China Eastern.

"The inclusion of China Airlines in our network will solidify SkyTeam's unrivalled presence in the Greater China market, a region that continues to experience significant economic growth," said Leo van Wijk. "In addition to the services provided by our existing members, China Airlines offers an extensive cross-strait operation, linking Taiwan to multiple major destinations in China. Also, Taipei will serve as an alternative Asian hub with services to and from key business destinations in the region."

"Joining SkyTeam is a long-term development strategy for China Airlines, and for many years we have been actively promoting various types of cooperation with SkyTeam member airlines with this objective in mind. As the first Taiwanese airline to join the world-class alliance, our strategic target is to continuously strengthen profitability and boost international market competitiveness," said China Airlines Chairman Philip Wei.

Mr. Male added: "We are honored and delighted to welcome China Airlines in our midst. We now enter a phase where China Airlines will work closely together with the current members to establish bilateral agreements and fulfill the more than 100 membership requirements. We rely in particular on our Asian members to use their advanced experience in the alliance to guide China Airlines in the joining process and expect our newest member to effectively join SkyTeam around mid-2011."

Maximizing the Greater Chinese, Asian and global network

The China Airlines network will complement those of Guangzhou-based China Southern and Shanghai-based China Eastern. Cooperation among these three SkyTeam family members will further consolidate SkyTeam's unparalleled strong position in Greater China. As the largest passenger and cargo airline providing services between both sides of the Taiwan Strait, the addition of China Airlines to SkyTeam will mark a major milestone in Taiwan's efforts to become one of Asia's leading air transport and business hubs.

SkyTeam will greatly benefit from expanding its regional network in the region. Out of the 93 international routes, China Airlines will bring four new destinations to the network; Okinawa, Miyazaki, Surabaya and Palau. From a global standpoint, adding a fifth Asian carrier will help SkyTeam in connecting Greater China, Asia's up-and-coming economic powerhouse, to the rest of the world. The China Airlines extensive route network covers Asia, Europe, North America and Oceania, and will help customers connect to flights of SkyTeam partners worldwide.

About China Airlines

Since it was founded in 1959, China Airlines has consistently been Taiwan's largest airline company and one of Asia's leading carriers. China Airlines presently serves 93 destinations in 28 countries and regions worldwide with a fleet of the world's most advanced aircraft, offering comfortable and safe service. As of the end of August 2010, China Airlines operates 66 aircraft, including 46 passenger jets and 20 freighters. The average age of China Airlines' fleet is just 7.9 years.

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Old October 19th, 2010, 05:34 PM   #109
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Well, seems like finally SkyTeam has spoken about Aerolineas Argentinas!


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By Kerry Reals

Argentinean flag carrier Aerolineas Argentinas is to join the SkyTeam alliance, becoming the group's first South American member.
Aerolineas will sign an agreement by the end of this month to begin the process of joining SkyTeam. It is expected to join the alliance in 2012.
SkyTeam says the addition of Aerolineas is "a significant step towards enhancing the global network of the alliance".
Aerolineas last year began a five-year restructuring plan, under which it plans to renew its fleet and improve and expand its operations.

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Old October 20th, 2010, 03:03 AM   #110
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Old November 16th, 2010, 09:43 PM   #111
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SkyTeam expects its recent recruitment drive to continue into next year and believes the alliance could reach 20 or more members come 2012.

The alliance marked its 10th anniversary this year and its first full year with a central management organisation, by adding two new members - Tarom and Vietnam Airlines - and paving the way for four more to join. This will take its membership to 16.

"We have been speeding up [recruitment] in the past two years. It was one of the goals that was set," said SkyTeam managing director Marie-Josesph Male, speaking during a press conference in Paris following the SkyTeam governors' last meeting of the year.

Asia has been at the heart of much of this year's activity. China Eastern, its merger partner Shanghai Airlines - which quit Star Alliance at the end of October - and Taiwan's China Airlines all chose SkyTeam this year and are on course to join next year.

On top of this strong position in China, SkyTeam is keen to boost its presence in southeast Asia, where Garuda Indonesia is a candidate, but SkyTeam chairman Leo van Wijk identifies India and Latin America as its priorities.

"The key areas where we don't have that [strong network] presence are India - which is a huge market and fast growing - and Latin America. These are the two most important regions [to find more partners]," he says.

SkyTeam, which already has Aeromexico in Central America, is close to finalising moves to bring in Aerolineas Argentinas to bolster its presence in Latin America. The signing of a formal deal, delayed from late last month following the sudden death of former Argentine president Nestor Kirchner, is expected shortly.

"Aerolineas Argentinas has been through a very turbulent period in the past. But it has restructured and it is renewing its fleet," says Male.

Van Wijk says there is no single solution for Latin America given that the market, despite some recent consolidation moves, is still fragmented. "Brazil is the big market and that is a fast-growing market as well. There are other candidates, but they are relatively small and there is no one carrier in Latin America that covers all the region," he says. "So we will look at multiple options. But Brazil is key."

In India Jet Airways is a candidate - Air India and Kingfisher are already bound for Star and Oneworld respectively - and it has just sealed a codeshare deal with SkyTeam partner Alitalia.

Long-stalled moves for Middle East Airlines to join appear to have picked up pace after the breaking of an impasse over retaining its frequent-flyer programme.

"We have a number of prospects in the pipeline. With all of these carriers we are in discussions to see if an agreement can be reached, and there are certainly more carriers that have expressed an interest," says van Wijk. "We expect [come] 2012 we will have a membership of 20-plus."
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Old November 17th, 2010, 02:27 AM   #112
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Who would be next to join in Asia?

- Malaysia Airlines
- Garuda Indonesia
- Philippine Airlines
- Royal Brunei
- Myanmar Airways Int'll
- Jet Airways
- Skymark
- AirAsia? (D7, AK, FD)
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Rangga D. Fadillah, The Jakarta Post, Jakarta | Fri, 11/19/2010

National flag carrier Garuda Indonesia sets to officially join international airline alliance SkyTeam in a bid to reach its target to become one of the top ten best airlines in the world.

The carrier will meet delegates from SkyTeam partner airlines on Nov. 23 in Jakarta to sign an official agreement and discuss detailed practical matters.

The president director of Garuda Indonesia, Emirsyah Satar, said Thursday that after officially joining the alliance, his carrier could fly passengers from the alliance's partner airlines and vice versa, so the flight frequency of his carrier could be added.

“It means that our passengers can fly anywhere with one ticket only,” he said as quoted by Gatra magazine.

He continued that joining SkyTeam was one of Garuda Indonesia's efforts to provide traveling convenience and more choices for its passengers.

Currently, 13 airlines – Aerosoft, Aeromexico, AirEuropa, Air France, Alitalia, China Southern, Czeh Airlines, Delta Airlines, Kenya Airways, KLM, Korean Air, TAROM, and Vietnam Airlines – have joined the alliance. SkyTeam member-airlines travel to 841 destination cities in 162 countries servicing 16,409 flights per day.

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Garuda Indonesia will hold a ceremony on Tuesday to formally begin the process of becoming a member of the SkyTeam alliance.

The process is likely to take about a year, with Indonesia's flag carrier likely to become a full-fledged member of the alliance around early 2012.

Garuda follows similar recent agreements by Shanghai-based China Eastern Airlines and Taiwan's China Airlines, in a clear signal that SkyTeam has placed Asia at the forefront of its expansion.

Guangzhou-based China Southern Airlines and Vietnam Airlines are already members, while SkyTeam has also held talks with India's Jet Airways.
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First TAROM aircraft in Skyteam livery, a Boeing 737-700.



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Who would be next to join in Asia?

- Malaysia Airlines
- Garuda Indonesia
- Philippine Airlines
- Royal Brunei
- Myanmar Airways Int'll
- Jet Airways
- Skymark
- AirAsia? (D7, AK, FD)
ohh..i hope this will come true and not just rumours...cheers
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Who would be next to join in Asia?

- Malaysia Airlines
- Garuda Indonesia
- Philippine Airlines
- Royal Brunei
- Myanmar Airways Int'll
- Jet Airways
- Skymark
- AirAsia? (D7, AK, FD)
There's a strong possibility that 9W will be joining. GA is already joining.

Now I hope PR will join.
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Who would be next to join in Asia?

- Malaysia Airlines
- Garuda Indonesia
- Philippine Airlines
- Royal Brunei
- Myanmar Airways Int'll
- Jet Airways
- Skymark
- AirAsia? (D7, AK, FD)
There's information on the official SkyTeam WebSite that Garuda is already set to join.
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