oneworld® is the most innovative of the global alliance in developing fares that offer real added value to customers., with highly attractive prices and great flexibility in fact.
oneworld offers a wider range of alliance fare and sales products than any of its competitors. And most oneworld fares also earn frequent flyer points and miles.
The ten oneworld® member airlines work together to provide you with a range of products which make global travel easier and more rewarding. Whether travelling for business or leisure, we are confident you will find the right product for your regional adventure or around-the-world journey.
Because of the huge choice of routeing possibilities, bookings for all of them, with the exception of oneworld Explorer, cannot currently be made on-line - but via any oneworld member airline or travel agent worldwide. The oneworld Explorer Round-the World ininerary can now be booked conveniently from your home or office on-line at oneworld.com.
oneworld Explorer: One of the most popular, simple, flexible and inexpensive round-the-world fares available in the market. Prices are based on class of travel and, uniquely, the number of continents visited - rather than mileage of the overall trip. This keeps planning as simple as possible. A useful “itinerary planner” and booking tool for oneworld journeys is available on oneworld.com
Global Explorer: Another round-the-world fare, but also including some airlines which are not part of oneworld, extending the choice of destinations further. Unlike oneworld Explorer, the cost of Global Explorer tickets is based on the total distance flown, rather than the number of continents visited.
Visit Passes: Eight different multi-sector flights on any combination of oneworld carrier within a specific continent. They offer an inexpensive way to travel around a region. oneworld is the only alliance to offer this sort of pass covering all six continents. Prices are based on the number of sectors selected and the length of each sector.
Circle Explorer (or Circle Indian Ocean): Similar to oneworld Explorer, but does not require travel to North or South America, so you can fly halfway around the globe and then back again, without actually circumnavigating the planet (for example London-Hong Kong-Sydney-Johannesburg-London).
Circle Pacific: Another Explorer variant, this time for trips around the Pacific Ocean, covering Australia/NZ, Asia and North and South America.
Circle Asia & South West Pacific: This fare offers great value and flexibility for multi-continent journeys circling this part of the world. This is an ideal option if your travel originates and terminates in Asia, or South West Pacific. Fares are based on the total mileage of the journey and the class of travel.
Circle Atlantic: The oneworld Circle Atlantic takes you on a grand tour between Europe, South America and North America, for one price. Available in First Bussiness and Economy cabins, this fare is based on total mileage travelled and country of sale.
American Airlines is the one of the largest carriers in the world. With its affiliates American Eagle and AmericanConnection, it serves some 260 destinations - including more than 150 in the USA. The group carried 105 million passengers in 2009 on some 900 aircraft, operating almost 3,200 departures a day. It operates major connecting hubs at Dallas/Fort Worth, Chicago O'hare, Los Angeles, Miami, and New York (JFK and LaGuardia), with significant operations in Boston, Raleigh-Durham and San Juan.
oneworld affiliates: American Eagle, AmericanConnection.
Air Berlin is Germany’s second largest airline and the sixth biggest in Europe in terms of passengers boarded. It serves 162 destinations in 40 countries, carrying more than 35 million passengers in 2011. Its fleet comprises 170 aircraft with an average age of five years, making it one of the most modern and fuel efficient fleets in Europe.
Air Berlin’s hubs are Berlin Tegel, Dusseldorf, Palma de Majorca and Vienna. Among its international destinations, it serves oneworld hubs Helsinki, Los Angeles, Madrid, Miami, Moscow Domodedovo and New York JFK.
British Airways is one of the world’s leading international airlines. With its affiliates it serves some 165 destinations and more than 75 countries, with its main hub London Heathrow, the world’s busiest international airport. It carried 33 million people in 2009.
oneworld affiliates: BA CityFlyer, Comair, Sun-Air ofScandinavia.
Cathay Pacific is one of the most highly regarded airlines in Asia, and a frequent winner of international awards. Based in Hong Kong, along with its affiliate Dragonair, Cathay carried some 25 million people in 2009 and now serves more than 70 destinations in 30 countries.
oneworld affiliates: Dragonair
Finnair serves more than 59 destinations in 30 countries. In recent years, it has refocused its long-haul operations on Asian routes - with its Helsinki hub an ideal gateway between Asia and Europe. It carried about 7.5 million passengers in 2009.
oneworld affiliates: None
Iberia is the leading carrier between Europe and Latin America. Worldwide, the Spanish flag carrier serves almost 110 destinations in 45 countries, carrying 25 million passengers in 2009 with a main hub at Madrid.
oneworld affiliates: Iberia Regional Air Nostrum
Japan Airlines is one of Asia-Pacific’s leading airlines. With its four oneworld affiliates, it serves nearly 85 destinations in almost 20 countries and territories from its main hubs at Tokyo (Narita and Haneda), Osaka (Kansai and Itami), Nagoya (Chubu and Komaki) and Okinawa (Naha). It carried more than 48 million passengers in the 12 months ending March 2010.
oneworld affiliates: JALways, Japan Asia Airways, JAL Express, J-AIR and Japan Transocean
LAN Airlines is one of the largest carriers in Latin America, and as one of its frequent award winners is widely regarded as the region’s best. The group’s LAN Argentina, LAN Ecuador and LAN Peru are oneworld affiliate members – giving oneworld one of the most extensive alliance networks in South America. Its main hubs are Santiago de Chile, Buenos Aires, Lima, Quito and Guayaquil. LAN boarded more than 15 million passengers in 2009 to some 70 destinations in 20 countries.
oneworld affiliates: LAN Argentina (4M), LAN Ecuador (XL), LAN Express (LA) and LAN Peru
Qantas is widely regarded as the world’s leading long distance airline and one of Australia’s strongest brands. It offers an unparalleled network in its home continent. Worldwide, it serves more than 70 destinations and 15 countries. With its main base at Sydney, it carried almost 30 million passengers in 2009.
oneworld affiliates: QantasLink (Airlink, Eastern Australia Airlines, Sunstate Airlines, National Jet Systems, Jetconnect)
From its base in Amman, Royal Jordanian provides oneworld with one of the best hubs for traveling around the Middle East, the world’s fastest growing region for air travel. It serves more points in that region than any other airline to some 59 destinations in almost 40 countries, carrying nearly 3 million passengers in 2009.
oneworld affiliates: None
S7 Airlines became a member of the oneworld alliance on 15 November 2010. It is Russia’s leading airline in terms of domestic passenger carried, customer service quality and innovation. It serves 79 destinations worldwide, 40 of them in Russia, and brings eight countries onto the alliance’s network – Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstn, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. S7 carried 4.6 million passengers in 2009.
oneworld affiliates: Globus
businessflyer™ is oneworld corporate travel product that can make a world of difference to your company's travel budget, currently available to small and medium sized organisations in Belgium, France, Germany, the Netherlands and Switzerland with on-line booking available in some of these markets.
If your company's travel needs include travel within Europe, to the Americas, Autralia, Asia, businessflyer is your ticket to instant savings.
After a simple no obligation registration, you will have access to unique airfares that have been developed specifically for companies like yours. The businessflyer fares are flexible and allow last minute changes.
Find out more about businessflyer in your country of residence.
- businessflyer in Belgium
- businessflyer in France
- businessflyer in Germany
- businessflyer in Italy
- businessflyer in Switzerland
- businessflyer in the Netherlands
To register for businessflyer, visit oneworld.com
The oneworld® alliance prides itself on the quality of our member airlines – both in terms of their customer service and their corporate standing. oneworld enables its member airlines to offer services beyond what any individual carrier can provide by itself or one-on-one with another partner.
- Extensive global network, now serving more than 675 destinations in more than 130 countries.
- Smoother transfers for passengers traveling across the global networks of oneworld carriers.
- Greater support, with employees of each airline equipped to assist and care for customers traveling with any of the oneworld airlines.
- Greater value, with an unrivaled range of highly flexible, attractively priced tickets making it easier for you to reach more places, whatever your budget.
Visit oneworld.com to discover the full range of oneworld benefits.
oneworld's Frequent Flyer Benefits
No matter which oneworld airline’s frequent flyer program you belong to, you will find that the rewards and privileges of membership have been greatly enhanced.
More miles and points: Members of any oneworld airline’s frequent flyer programme can earn tier status miles and points on eligible flights that are both marketed and operated by any of the alliance’s carriers - and redeem rewards across that wider network.*
More rewards and recognition: Top tier frequent flyers enjoy many of the privileges that their status entitles them to, across all oneworld airlines. Qualifying flights will also count towards the maintenance or advancement of membership tier status.
* American Airlines AAdvantage and British Airways Executive Club members can earn and redeem miles, and earn tier status credit, on all eligible flights except:
- American Airlines AAdvantage members will not earn or redeem miles or earn tier status credit on British Airways flights between the USA and the UK and vice versa. AAdvantage miles and top tier status credit may be earned though miles may not be redeemed on all American Airlines codeshare services operated by British Airways when the booking is made under the AA code.
- British Airways Executive Club members will not earn or redeem miles or earn tier points on American Airlines transatlantic flights. British Airways' miles and tier points may be earned though miles may not be redeemed on all British Airways codeshare services operated by American Airlines when the booking is made under the BA code.
How Tier Status is Recognized Across the Alliance
oneworld offers more opportunities for members of Royal Plus Program to earn and redeem frequent flyer awards and benefit from their tier status - including, for top tier members, more airport lounges to use during their travels.
Because oneworld member airlines all have different names for the top three membership tiers in their frequent flyer programs, the alliance has created a tier of names, based on gemstones, that are common across all oneworld airlines:
- Emerald denotes the highest tier in any program.
- Sapphire denotes the second tier.
- Ruby denotes the third tier.
To help staff easily recognize top-tier members and identify the benefits to which they are entitled, top tier membership cards issued by all oneworld airlines carry a oneworld gemstone symbol in the appropriate color.
You can plan your oneworld® trip anywhere - at home, at work, or even en route. The oneworld downloadable timetable offers quick access to the most current flight schedules from oneworld's 12 member airlines when you are away from the Internet.
Download/Installation Instructions for all oneworld products
- Download oneworld timetable for Desktop
- Download oneworld iPhone timetable Application
- Download oneworld Blackberry timetable Application
- Download oneworld PDF Timetable
- Download oneworld Palm Timetable
- Download oneworld PocketPC Timetable
Visit oneworld.com for all versions of the oneworld timetable.
A mobile timetable for all oneworld member airliines is avaialbe on oneworld's mobile site: m.oneworld.com