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oneworld honoured as ‘Best Airline Alliance’ twice over – again


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  • Global Traveler’s GT Tested Reader Survey winner for ninth year running
  • Business Traveler North America’s recipient for fourth consecutive year

 

oneworld has won two more Best Airline Alliance awards, confirming its standing as the world’s most highly prized global airline alliance.

These latest accolades come in independent surveys conducted by two leading USA-based magazines for regular flyers.

oneworld was named Best Airline Alliance, for the ninth year running, by Global Traveler in its 2018 GT Tested Reader Survey.

And for the fourth consecutive year, oneworld was also judged Best Airline Alliance in Business Traveler North America’s 2018 Best in Business Travel Awards.

oneworld is also the current holder of four other Best Airline Alliance awards:

FlightStats’ Airline Alliance On-Time Performance Service Award, for the fifth year running.

Business Traveller UK’s Best Airline Alliance for the sixth year in a row.

Trazees’ Favorite Airline Alliance, for the second time.

World Travel Awards’ World’s Leading Airline Alliance 2017 for the 15th year running. This means that oneworld now holds twice as many Best Airline Alliance honours as both other global airline alliances combined.

oneworld is an alliance of some of the world’s leading airlines, committed to providing the highest level of service and convenience to frequent international travellers. They include American Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Finnair, Iberia, Japan Airlines, LATAM Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Qantas, Qatar Airways, Royal Jordanian, S7 Airlines and SriLankan Airlines, and around 30 affiliates. 

As part of oneworld, these airlines: Serve more than a thousand airports in 150 plus countries, with more than 12,500 daily departures.Carry some 530 million passengers a year on a combined fleet of 3,500 aircraft.

Generate $ 125 billion annual revenues.oneworld member airlines work together to deliver consistently a superior, seamless travel experience, with special privileges and rewards for frequent flyers, including earning and redeeming miles and points across the entire alliance network. Top tier cardholders (Emerald and Sapphire) enjoy access to more than 650 airport lounges and are offered extra baggage allowances. The most regular travellers (Emerald) can also use fast track security lanes at select airports.


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