Star Alliance Frequent Flyer Program Manual 1 Introduction

Star Alliance was established in 1997 and is the first global airline alliance in the world. This unprecedented aviation alliance has melted airline collection, VIP lounges, check-in services, ticketing and other services. The Star Alliance has grown agile since its inception and has 28 full members, covering 194 countries and 1,329 airports. The slogan of the Star Alliance is “The way the Earth connects.”

United Airlines
It is one of the oldest airlines in the United States. United Airlines operates domestic routes in the Midwest and West Coast of the United States, crossing intercontinental routes such as the Atlantic Ocean and the Pacific Ocean. After United Airlines, Ted Airlines and United Express, it flies from its aviation key port to the US domestic and international destination cities. United Airlines, through its marketing plan, placed six regional American airlines to operate the United Express brand to supply adjacent flights. United Airlines is a pioneering member of the Star Alliance.
Key airports in aviation: Chicago O’Hare International Airport, Denver International Airport, Washington Dulles International Airport, San Francisco International Airport, Los Angeles International Field, New York Newark International Airport
Key cities: Narita International Airport
Frequent Flyer Program: Mileage Plus (Premier Executive 1K, Premier Executive, Premier)
Collecting advantageous areas: North America, Europe, Asia, Latin America, Middle East
IATA code: UA

Air Canada
It is the largest domestic airline in the Canadian domestic market, the Canada-US market, and the international market to and from Canada, as well as the largest aviation supplier to provide regular passenger services. Air Canada and its regional subsidiary Jazz provide scheduled passenger flights to Canadian cities, US destinations, Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Australia, the Caribbean, Mexico and South American cities. Air Canada is a pioneering member of the Star Alliance.
Key airports in aviation: Toronto International Airport, Vancouver International Airport, Montreal International Airport, Calgary International Airport
Key cities Ottawa International Airport, Halifax International Airport
Frequent flyer program: Aeroplan
Collecting Advantage Areas: Canada, the United States, and the Caribbean
IATA code: AC

Turkish Airlines
The route is collected and grown at airports in Europe, Asia, Africa and the United States. In addition to passenger transport, Turkish Air Cargo also provides air cargo services, making it the preferred air cargo company for airline customers in the region.
Key port of aviation: Istanbul Ataturk International Airport, key city Ankara International Airport
Frequent flyer program: Miles & Smiles
Collecting advantageous areas: Europe, Middle East, CIS countries
IATA code: TK

Singapore Airlines
With its excellent cabin service, it has laid a foundation for Singapore Airlines’ outstanding reputation in the industry for its clients. Singapore Airlines and its subsidiary Singapore Air Cargo and regional airline SilkAir all along the way, the route collection growth covers Asia, Europe, North America, the Middle East, Southwestern Pacific and Africa.
Key airports in aviation: Singapore Changi Airport, key cities, new Bangkok International Airport, Dubai International Airport
Frequent flyer program: KrisFlyer
Collecting advantageous areas: North America, Europe, Australia, Southeast Asia, North Asia, West Asia and Africa
IATA code: SQ

It is an air transport company with a leading position in the world, including Swiss International Air Lines (part of the Lufthansa group). Lufthansa is headquartered in Cologne and its passenger and cargo operations are located in Frankfurt. Other top addresses in Germany are Munich, Berlin and Hamburg. Lufthansa’s passenger traffic on international routes is even greater. The routes are spread across six continents. In order to provide a seamless collection of collections, the Lufthansa group formed a large global cooperation alliance. The Star Alliance Collection is one of the most important links. Lufthansa joined the alliance in the form of “Lufthansa” in the regional group, and will combine five different airlines. Lufthansa is a pioneering member of the Star Alliance.
Key airports in aviation: Frankfurt International Airport, Munich International Airport
Key cities of Düsseldorf International Airport, Hamburg International Airport, Berlin
Frequent flyer program: Miles & More
Collecting Advantage Areas: Global Collection
IATA code: LH

ANA’s full name is All Japan Air Transport Co., Ltd. It is one of the largest airlines in Asia. ANA has a comprehensive route collection between Japan’s premier cities, and its international routes are extended to Asia, North America, Europe and other places. All Japan Airlines is known for its professional service.
Transportation Center: Narita International Airport, Tokyo Haneda International Airport, Kansai International Airport, Osaka International Airport (Edam)
Frequent Flyer Program: ANA Mileage Club
Collecting advantageous areas: Japan, Asia
IATA code: NH

Asiana Airlines
It is a national airline of South Korea. The Asiana Airlines route includes the target areas in Korea. As the largest link with mainland China and other places in the world, Asiana Airlines not only focuses on covering the Asian target, but also expands its global collection coverage.
Key transportation centers: Incheon International Airport, Gimpo Airport
Frequent flyer program: Asiana Club
Collecting advantageous areas: Korea, China, East Asia, South Asia
IATA code: OZ

China International Airlines
It is the only national airline in China. The main operating base of Air China is located in Beijing, with key areas such as Chengdu, which is centered in the southwest, and Shanghai, which is centered in Shanghai and centered in Guangzhou. Has a strong domestic and international joint transportation ability and sales collection.
Key aviation ports: Beijing Ducheng International Airport, Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport, Shanghai Pudong Airport
Key cities Chongqing, Hangzhou, Hohhot, Tianjin, Guangzhou
Frequent flyer program: Phoenix Phoenix
Collecting Advantage Areas: China
IATA code: CA

Shenzhen Airlines
Five companies, including Guangdong Guangkong Company and China International Airlines, were established in November 1992 with a capital injection and are headquartered in Shenzhen, Guangdong Province. In 2005, after the equity transfer, Shenzhen Airlines officially became a privately held airline. In 2010, after increasing capital, Air China became the controlling party of Shenzhen Airlines. Subsequently, with the inexhaustible improvement of the Air China code sharing mechanism, the collection of the routes of Shenzhen Airlines has become increasingly concentrated, and the market has become more diverse. Now Shenzhen Airlines has become China’s fifth largest airline.
Aviation key port: Shenzhen Baoan International Airport
Key airports: Beijing Ducheng International Airport, Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport, Wuxi Shuofang International Airport, Xi’an Xianyang International Airport
Frequent flyer program: Phoenix Phoenix
Collecting Advantage Areas: China
IATA code: ZH

EVA Air was officially established in March 1989 and officially suspended on July 1, 1991. EVA Air has an outstanding record of flying safety. In 2004, Aero International magazine of Germany selected EVA Air as one of the top ten Ping An airlines in the world. In 2005, Changrong Airlines became the first in Taiwan to officially pass the “International Air Transport Association Work Safety Assessment (IOSA)” with “zero weaknesses and zero initiatives”. In 2008, EVA Air was the first brand in the international brand of the ideal brand in Taiwan.
Key aviation ports: Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport, Kaohsiung International Airport
Frequent flyer program: Evergreen VIP Association
Collecting Advantage Areas: Taiwan, China
IATA code: BR

Brazil Tianma Airlines
It is a well-known airline in Brazil. In 1976, Captain Rolim Adolfo Amaro founded the Brazilian TAM company. Over the years, he has always strived to provide customers with a high-quality service experience. In 2003, he became a leading player in the Brazilian aviation market. In 2009, its domestic and international flights received a total of 30.4 million person-times. The company has transformed the service pioneered by Captain Rolim into a business philosophy of “love to fly” and “listen to dispatch”, and the time is upheld. It is the consistent policy of the Brazilian TAM company to link the fleet to a younger age and younger.
Key airports in aviation: Sao Paulo International Airport, Rio de Janeiro International Airport, Brasilia International Airport
Frequent flyer program: Fidelidade
Collecting Advantage Areas: Latin America
IATA code: JJ

Adriatic Airlines
Adria Airways (Slovenia International Airlines) is primarily engaged in the collection of routes connecting Slovenia to Ljubljana and Europe, as well as providing excellent connectivity to South Eastern Europe. It is a partner of Lufthansa.
Key Port of Aviation: Ljubljana
Frequent flyer program: Miles & More
IATA code: JP

Air New Zealand
It is one of the primary air carriers in the southern region of Pingyang, and it has opened routes from the Pingyang area to other areas in the world.
Key Transportation Center: Auckland International Airport
Key City Los Angeles International Airport, Christchurch International Airport
Frequent flyer program: Airpoints
Collecting Advantage Areas: New Zealand, Australia, and Pacific Coast Countries
IATA code: NZ

Austrian Airlines
The route collection covers the central and eastern Europe and the Middle East. Austrian Airlines includes Austrian Airlines, the Austrian Airlines group also has Austrian arrows and Laudair, combined with regular flights, freight and charter operations to provide all kinds of open noodles work. The key ports of air transport in Vienna can provide more destinations in Central and Eastern Europe than any other European airline.
Transportation Center: Vienna International Airport, key city Innsbruck Airport
Frequent flyer program: Miles & More
Collecting advantageous areas: Western and Eastern Europe, CIS countries, Far East, Australia, North America
IATA code: OS

Blue Sky Airlines
The primary business of the Nordic aviation group is the trade passenger route between Finland and Helsinki. It is a subsidiary of Scandinavian Airlines.
Key Ports of Aviation: Helsinki
Frequent flyer program: SAS EuroBonus
Collecting the upper hand: within Finland, Northern Europe
IATA code: KF

British Central Airlines
Also known as “Continental Airlines” or “British Airways”. The route collection covers the UK domestic market, Europe, Russia, and long-haul routes to the United States, the Caribbean and Saudi Arabia. As a result of securing the right to operate the other side of the Atlantic from Heathrow Airport, it is an airline that can supply a complete set of complete European trunk routes to Heathrow Airport according to its own rights.
Key terminals: London Heathrow International Airport, Manchester International Airport
Frequent Passenger Plan: Diamond Club
Collecting Advantage Areas: UK and Western Europe
IATA code: BD

Brussels Airlines
Brussels Airlines is one of the best airlines in Belgium, based in the European capital. The company won the 8th Belgian Tourism Industry Annual Short-Range Airline Award and won the annual long-distance airline award in other places. Brussels Airlines continues to be among the top 5 in terms of punctuality rates for European flights and is one of the lowest rates of baggage loss worldwide. The Brussels Airlines website won the 2009 Best Use Award and was also authorized by the Royal Family to become the Chartered Air Operator of King Albert II.
Aviation Key Port: Brussels
Frequent flyer program: Miles & More
Collecting advantageous areas: Europe, Africa
IATA code: SN

Croatian Airlines
The primary route is from the route to important European cities. It is a partner of Lufthansa.
Primary transportation center: Zagreb.
Frequent flyer program: Miles & More
IATA code: OU

Egypt Airlines
It is the national airline of Egypt and the national airline of Egypt. Founded in 1932, EgyptAir is the first airline in the Middle East and Africa. It is one of the civil airlines with a long history in the world. Operating scheduled flights includes flights to the Middle East, Africa, Europe, Far East, and North America.
Key airport: Cairo International Airport
Frequent Guest Awards: EgyptAir Plus
Collecting advantageous areas: Middle East, Africa
IATA code: MS

Polish Airlines
It is one of the premier airlines in Eastern Europe and charter flights are operated by Polish Airlines subsidiary Centralwings. The routes are collected by most important cities in the West, Central and Eastern Europe, as well as in the United States and Canada, including cities in Europe and Poland.
Key Transportation Center: Warsaw
Frequent flyer program: Miles & More
Primary route collection: Poland, Western and Eastern Europe, North America
IATA code: LO

It consists of a combination of national airlines from Denmark, Norway and Sweden. Including Spanish Airlines (Spanair, part of the Nordic aviation group). SAS is one of the largest airlines in Europe. Its flights fly to Scandinavia, the Baltic region, Europe (including Central and Eastern Europe), Russia, Asia and the United States. Scandinavian Airlines is a pioneering member of the Star Alliance.
Key airports for aviation: Copenhagen Airport, Stockholm Airport, Oslo Airport
Frequent flyer program: SAS EuroBonus
Collecting advantageous areas: Scandinavia, Finland, Baltic Sea, Europe (including Central and Eastern Europe), Russia, Asia and the United States
IATA code: SK

South African Airways
Abbreviation: SAA, one of the top airlines in South Africa. South African Airways intercontinental routes include Brazil, the United States, Western Europe, India, Hong Kong and Australia.
Key airports in aviation: Johannesburg International Airport, Cape Town International Airport
Mileage Award Scheme Voyager
IATA code: SA

Swiss International Airlines
Swiss International AirLines is Switzerland’s premier airline. The focus of the concept of “nothing to be humanized” and “Swiss” is to link the high-profile image of Swiss International Airlines. In 2005, Swiss International Airways and Lufthansa were formally merged, and Swiss International Air Lines still has its own brand.
Key transportation centers: Zurich International Airport, key cities: Geneva, Basel
Frequent flyer program: Miles & More
Collecting Advantage Areas: Europe
IATA code: LX

Portuguese Airlines
The transport hub in Lisbon, Portugal, is an important European gateway to Africa and North and South America, and is the premier European airline to the route to Brazil. The primary business of Air Portugal is to operate airlines in Europe, Africa and the Americas. In addition, when it comes to providing customers with the most convenient scheduled flights and flights to further destinations, TAP has also offered a variety of more flexible options.
Primary operating base: Lisbon, Porto
Frequent flyer program: Victoria
Collecting advantageous areas: Portugal, Brazil, Africa
IATA code: TP

Thai International Airlines
Thai Airways International is the leading airline in Southeast Asia, striving to provide the highest quality of service and increasing the credibility of Thai Airways by increasing the cost of doing business to achieve the best customer satisfaction. Passengers including Europe, the Middle East, the Indian subcontinent, Oceania, the United States and Africa have experienced the Royal Orchid Service. Thai Airways International is a pioneering member of the Star Alliance.
Key Transportation Centers: New Bangkok International Airport, Chiang Mai International Airport, Phuket, Hat Yai
Frequent flyer program: Royal Orchid Plus
Collecting advantageous areas: Europe, Middle East, Indian Subcontinent, Oceania, USA and Africa
IATA code: TG

Aegean Airlines
It is the second largest airline in Greece, providing regular and charter services from Athens and Thessaloniki to other premier Greek cities and some of Europe’s premier cities. Established in 1987, it was called Aegean Aviation. The airline was initially providing VIP/business air services and air ambulance services. On February 17, 1992, the airline became the first airline to operate with Greece’s self-financing civil aviation operations. Then the original Vasilakis group was purchased in 1994, and the airline used the Lille radiation machine to supply VIP services. In May 1999, Aegean Airlines launched a regular passenger flight service, when the Greek domestic market had achieved self-sufficiency. Since its inception, it has always been a business strategy for providing comprehensive services and excellent medium and long distance transportation services.
Key airport of aviation: Athens International Airport, Thessaloniki International Airport
Frequent flyer program: Miles and Bonus
Collecting Advantage Areas: Europe
IATA code: A3

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