oneworld members


Founded:           1978
Headquarters:    Berlin, Germany
Hubs:                 Berlin, Dusseldorf, Palma de Mallorca, Vienna

Since its launch in 1978, airberlin (AB) has grown to become Germany’s second largest airline serving over 160 destinations in 40 countries. It joined the oneworld alliance in 2012.

American Airlines

Founded:           1930
   Fort Worth, USA
                Dallas–Fort Worth (DFW),Chicago O’Hare (ORD),
                          Los Angeles (LAX), Miami (MIA), New York (JFK)

American Airlines (AA) is a founding member of oneworld. Together with its affiliates, it serves more than 40 countries internationally and 260 destinations, of which 150 are located in the US.

British Airways

Founded:           Traces its origin back to 1919
Headquarters:    London, England
Hubs:                 London Heathrow (LHR), London Gatwick (LGW)

One of the founding members of oneworld, British Airways (BA) and its affiliates’ route network include approximately 165 destinations
in 75 countries across the globe.

Cathay Pacific

Founded:           1946
Headquarters:   Hong Kong
Hubs:                Hong Kong International (HKG)

Awarded ‘Best Airline of the Year’ by Skytrax in 2009 and a founding member of oneworld, Cathay Pacific (CX) services more than 110
destinations in Asia, the Pacific, North America, Africa and Europe.


Founded:          1923
Headquarters:   Helsinki Airport, Vantaa, Finland
Hubs:                Helsinki (HEL)

Finland’s largest airline, Finnair (AY), joined the oneworld alliance in 1999 and from its hub in Helsinki, serves as the ideal gateway between Europe and Asia. Finnair flies to about 70 destinations in Europe, North America and Asia.


Founded:          1927
Headquarters:   Madrid, Spain
Hubs:                Madrid Barajas (MAD)

The leading airline for flights between Europe and Latin America, Iberia (IB) joined oneworld in 1999. The airport in Madrid serves as a hub for more than 100 destinations in more than 40 countries in Europe, Africa, the Near East and America.

Japan Airlines

Founded:          1951
Headquarters:   Tokyo, Japan
Hubs:                Tokyo Narita (NRT), Tokyo International (HND),
                         Osaka Kansai International (KIX), Nagoya (NGO)

With major hubs in Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya, Japan Airlines (JL) is one of the world's premier carrier serving some 75 destinations in 20 countries with focus on Asia and joined the oneworld alliance in 2007.


Founded:          1929
Headquarters:   Santiago, Chile
Hubs:                Santiago (SCL)

LAN Airlines (LA), one of Latin America's largest and most awarded carriers, joined oneworld in 2000 and operates an extensive route network in Latin America as well as North America, Europe and the Pacific region.

Malaysia Airlines

Founded:          1947
Headquarters:   Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Hubs:                Kuala Lumpur (KUL)

Malaysia Airlines is one of the world’s leading 5-star airlines recognized for having one of the world’s best cabin service. With its main operating hub in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Airlines flies to over 60 destinations globally across Asia, Australia, Europe, the Middle East and North America.


Founded:          1920
Headquarters:   Botany Bay, Sydney, Australia
Hubs:                Sydney (SYD), Melbourne (MEL)

A founding member of oneworld, Australia’s Qantas (QF) is one of the leading long-haul carriers worldwide and flies to more than 70 countries in Asia, the Pacific region, Europe, America and Africa.

Royal Jordanian

Founded:          1963
Headquarters:   Amman, Jordan
Hubs:                Amman (AMM)

The national carrier of Jordan, Royal Jordanian (RJ) joined oneworld in 2007 and has the most extensive route network in the Middle East, with services to more than 60 destinations in 40 countries, with numerous connections to Europe, Asia, Africa and North America.

S7 Airlines

Founded:          1992
Headquarters:   Ob, Russia
Hubs:                Moscow (DMO), Novosibirsk Tolmachevo (OVB)

S7 Airlines (S7) joined the oneworld alliance in 2010. It offers the most extensive route network in Russia with many connections to Europe, the Middle East, Asia and the South Pacific regions, where it serves more than 80 destinations in 20 countries.