Sky Team Business Class
Sky Team has 17 member airlines that provide you comprehensive access to an extensive global network with more destinations, more frequencies and more connectivity than ever before. Whether you are making a personal journey or doing global business, you?ll enjoy more flexibility, convenience and choices along your journey with Sky Team. From the centralized organization in Amsterdam, Sky Team's core management team focuses on alliance business to enhance existing benefits as well as develop new benefits for passengers. As a leading alliance in the global airline industry, Sky Team take's corporate, social, and environmental responsibilities seriously. As you make your way from country to country and city to city, Sky Team 's 17 member airlines are dedicated to help make your journey smoother and more simplified. As of June 2012, the alliance and its members have a total workforce of 414,686. Sky Team flies to 983 destinations in 178 countries, and operates over 14,800 daily flights with a combined fleet of over 4,000 aircraft (including associate carriers). Furthermore, the alliance has 503 Business Class lounges worldwide to serve its 531 million annual passengers.
Sky Team and Business Partners
Sky Team is an airline alliance with its centralized management team, Sky Team Central, based at the World Trade Center Amsterdam Airport on the grounds of Amsterdam Airport the Netherlands. Sky Team was founded in 2000 by Aero Mexico, Air France, Delta Air Lines, and Korean Air. Sky Team was the last of the three airline alliances to be formed, the first two being Star Alliance and One world. However, in terms of the number of passengers and the number of members, Sky Team has grown and is now second to Star Alliance and is ahead of One World. Sky Team currently consists of 17 carriers from four continents, and operates with the slogan "Caring more about you". It also operates a cargo alliance named Sky Team Cargo, which partners nine carriers, all of them Sky Team members. In 2004, the alliance had its biggest expansion when Continental Airlines, KLM, and Northwest Airlines simultaneously joined as full members. In 2010, the alliance celebrated its 10th anniversary with the introduction of a special livery, the joining or upgrading status of four airlines, followed by the announcements of Aeroline Argentinas, China Airlines, and Garuda Indonesia to become full members. In January 2011, the alliance announced the incorporation of both Saudi Arabian Airlines and Middle East Airlines during 2012; these events effectively took place in May and June 2012, respectively.
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