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AIRLINE CODE SHARE ALLIANCES
As of May 12, 2014
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Airline alliances are strategic agreements between a group of airlines to cooperate for the foreseeable future on a substantial level i.e. code sharing of flights. The level of cooporative agreements differs between alliances. The three largest alliances are Star Alliance, SkyTeam and Oneworld.

* DENOTES DIRECT FLIGHTS INTO IAD


SKYTEAM ALLIANCE
http://www.skyteam.com

Adria Airways (JP)
Aegean Airlines (A3)
Air Canada (AC)
Air China (CA)
Air New Zealand (AZ)
ANA* (NH)
Asiana Airlines (OZ)
Austrian Airlines* (OS)
Avianca* (AV)
Blue1 (KF)
Brussels Airlines (SN)
Copa Airlines (CM)
Croatia Airlines (OU)
EgyptAir (MS)
Ethiopian Airlines* (ET)
LOT Polish Airlines (LO)
Lufthansa* (LH)
Scandinavian Airlines* (SAS) (SK)
Singapore Airlines (SQ)
South African Airways* (SA)
Spanair (JK)
SWISS (LX)
TAM Airlines (JJ)
TapPortugal (TP)
Thai (TG)
Turkish Airlines* (TK)
United* (UA)

Aeroflot* (SU)
AeroliniasArgentina (AR)
AeroMexico (AM)
AirEuropa (UX)
Air France* (AF)
Alitalia (AZ)
China Airlines
China Eastern (SZ)
China Southern (SZ)
CSA Czech Airlines (OK)
Delta* (DL)
Kenya Airways (KQ)
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines* (KL)
Korean Air*(KE)
Middle East Airlines (ME)
Saudia* (SV)
Tarom (RO)
Vietnam Airlines (VN)
Xiamen Air (MF)

Air Berlin (AB)
American* (AA)
British Airways* (BA)
Cathay Pacific Airways (CX)
Finnair (AY)
Iberia Airlines (IB)
Japan Airlines (JL)
LAN Airlines LA)
Quantas Airways (QF)
Royal Jordanian (RJ)
US Airways* (US)
S7 Airlines (S7)