Oneworld
Benedict Gombocz
Oneworld: Background
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One of the three biggest airline alliances, founded in 1999.

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Its stated goal is to be the firs...
Oneworld: Background (cont.)
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Launch date

1 February 1999

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Full members

13

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Non-voting members

1 inactive membe...
Oneworld: Member airlines
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These airlines are full members of Oneworld (*founding member):
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Oneworld: Inactive members
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Mexicana (joined 2009; put on hold 2010)
Oneworld: Former member airlines
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Aer Lingus (joined 2000; exited 2007)
Canadian Airlines (joined 1999; exited 2000)...
Oneworld: Future members
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SriLankan Airlines (joining early 2014)
TAM Airlines (joining 31 March 2014)
Oneworld: Standard Oneworld livery
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To commemorate Oneworld’s tenth anniversary observance in
February 2009, the new (op...
American Airlines 777-200
British Airways 757-200
Air Canada A319
Cathay Pacific 747-400
Qantas A380-800
The End
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Website: www.oneworld.com

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One world Alliance:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mYk_VQTduxg
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Oneworld

  1. 1. Oneworld Benedict Gombocz
  2. 2. Oneworld: Background • One of the three biggest airline alliances, founded in 1999. • Its stated goal is to be the first-choice airline alliance for the world’s frequent global travelers. • Its 13 member airlines are Air Berlin, American Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Finnair, Iberia, Japan Airlines, LAN Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Qantas, Qatar Airways, Royal Jordanian, and S7 Airlines, plus about 30 affiliated airlines. • SriLankan Airlines, TAM Airlines, and US Airways (will enter as an affiliate of American Airlines) are members-elect; all three airlines are scheduled to enter Oneworld in 2014. • Its current central alliance office is based in New York City. • Its slogan is An alliance of the world’s leading airlines working as one. • Its member airlines jointly operate a fleet of about 3,300 aircraft (since October 2013), serve nearly one thousand airports in over 150 countries, and carry 475 million passengers on 14,000 daily departures, which makes yearly incomes of over US$140 billion.
  3. 3. Oneworld: Background (cont.) • Launch date 1 February 1999 • Full members 13 • Non-voting members 1 inactive member & 23 affiliates • Pending members 2 • Destination airports 860 • Destination countries 155 • Annual passengers (M) 337.8 • Fleet size 2,382 • Management Tom Hurton (Chairman), Bruce Ashby (Chief Executive Officer) • Alliance slogan Oneworld revolves around you (old slogan), An alliance of the world’s leading airlines working as one (current slogan) • Headquarters New York, New York, USA • Website www.oneworld.com
  4. 4. Oneworld: Member airlines • These airlines are full members of Oneworld (*founding member): ▫ ▫ ▫ ▫ ▫ ▫ ▫ ▫ ▫ ▫ ▫ ▫ ▫ Air Berlin (since 2012) American Airlines* (since 1999) British Airways* (since 1999) Cathay Pacific* (since 1999) Finnair (since 1999) Iberia (since 1999) Japan Airlines (since 2007) LAN Airlines (since 2000) Malaysia Airlines (since 2013) Qantas* (since 1999) Qatar Airways (since 2013) Royal Jordanian (since 2007) S7 Airlines (since 2010)
  5. 5. Oneworld: Inactive members • Mexicana (joined 2009; put on hold 2010)
  6. 6. Oneworld: Former member airlines • • • Aer Lingus (joined 2000; exited 2007) Canadian Airlines (joined 1999; exited 2000) Malév (joined 2007; exited 2012)
  7. 7. Oneworld: Future members • • SriLankan Airlines (joining early 2014) TAM Airlines (joining 31 March 2014)
  8. 8. Oneworld: Standard Oneworld livery • To commemorate Oneworld’s tenth anniversary observance in February 2009, the new (optional) Oneworld livery was introduced; this livery features the name of the alliance in big letters that are approximately two metres (6.6 ft) tall and the alliance logo along the fuselage’s side, on a white or a polished metal background. • As with the Star Alliance and SkyTeam members, the name of the operating member airline is put in smaller lettering in a normal position at the front of the aircraft just under the name of the alliance and the logo. • Every member airline also keeps its current tailfin design.
  9. 9. American Airlines 777-200
  10. 10. British Airways 757-200
  11. 11. Air Canada A319
  12. 12. Cathay Pacific 747-400
  13. 13. Qantas A380-800
  14. 14. The End • Website: www.oneworld.com • One world Alliance: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mYk_VQTduxg

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