SkyTeam, oneworld and Star Alliance urged governments to implement new ICAO guidelines for passenger testing and the adoption of digital health pass technology.
The three global airline alliances - Star Alliance, oneworld and SkyTeam - have come together to highlight the measures airlines are adopting to assure the well-being of customers while traveling.
The three major airline alliances have called on governments and stakeholders to take action to alleviate the unprecedented challenges faced by the industry amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Star Alliance connection service is now available at London Heathrow Airport. This assists passengers with tight connections between two Star Alliance member airline flights.
A whirlwind globetrotting trip, stopping only at two destinations for at least 24 hours, is now possible using selected Star Alliance round the world fares. Up to now, a minimum of three stopovers was required for all round the world tickets.
Star Alliance returned to Frankfurt, the place of its birth, to celebrate its 20th anniversary. As part of the event, the alliance announced a decade-long strategy of harnessing digital technology to further enhance the travel experience of customers.
Star Alliance member Air India has successfully moved all its operations at London Heathrow’s Airport from Terminal 4 to Terminal 2, the home of Star Alliance. The national airline of India operates up to eight daily flights in and out of Heathrow with either Boeing 777 or Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft and has been serving London for nearly 70 years.
EVA Air has announced the initiation of a code-share agreement with fellow Star Alliance member, Avianca, making travel between Asia and Central America much more convenient for both the airlines’ passengers. The new code-share agreement will enable EVA Air’s passengers to connect through Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco to connect with Avianca flights to San Salvador, while Avianca’s passengers will be able to connect through the same US airports for flights to Taipei.
Star Alliance has successfully completed the rollout of a new check-in concept in the south wing at Tokyo – Narita Terminal 1, offering customers a wider choice of check-in options and giving them more control over this part of the travel process, thereby creating time savings.