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The induction of Avianca Brasil brings a Star Alliance presence back to South America's largest air transport market, after former Star member TAM Airlines left the alliance on March 31, 2014 in order to join the rival oneworld alliance. Read more
The CEOs of all Star Alliance member airlines have unanimously approved Air India becoming a member of the alliance, with effect from July 11. Read more
Star Alliance has released the first official images of its new premium-class lounge in the new Tom Bradley International Terminal at Los Angeles International Airport. The new Star Alliance lounge will open later this year, when the redesigned and expanded Tom Bradley International Terminal opens. Read more
LATAM Airlines Group has confirmed that oneworld is to be the global alliance for all its passenger airlines. The decision means that Brazil's TAM Airlines will leave the Star Alliance to join oneworld, along with its Paraguay subsidiary. Read more
London Heathrow Airport has designated its new Terminal 2 as the new facility for all 23 Star Alliance member carriers operating at the airport. When it opens in 2014, Terminal 2 will also be home to Aer Lingus flights as well as Virgin Atlantic Airways' domestic routes. Read more
At a ceremony held at Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport on November 29, Mark Schwab, the CEO of Star Alliance, welcomed Shenzhen Airlines into the alliance on behalf on the alliance’s Chief Executive Board. Read more
The Star Alliance is to replace its existing premium-class and frequent-flyer lounge at Los Angeles International Airport with a new lounge in the redeveloped Tom Bradley International Terminal. Air New Zealand will design and manage the new lounge, which is set to open in May 2013. Read more
Avianca, TACA Airlines and Copa Airlines have been inducted into the Star Alliance, cementing the alliance's presence in Latin America and adding nearly 50 more airports to its network. Read more
Star Alliance's Chief Executive Board has unanimously accepted the membership application of Taiwanese carrier EVA Air, which is expected to join the alliance in mid-2013. Read more
At a ceremony held at Addis Ababa’s Bole International Airport on December 13, the Star Alliance Chief Executive Board has welcomed Ethiopian Airlines as the alliance’s third carrier based on the African continent. Read more
Air China, Austrian and Lufthansa will be the first Star Alliance member carriers to install the new economy-class seats on their long-haul fleets. Deliveries of the seats from B/E Aerospace are scheduled to begin in 2012. Read more
According to Star Alliance, the decision is due to the fact that Air India has not met the minimum joining conditions that were contractually agreed in December 2007. Read more
The Chinese carrier will become Star Alliance's 32nd member and will add five new destinations to the alliance's network in China: Juzhou in Zhejiang Province, Linyi, Qinhuangdao, Shijiazhuang, and Zhoushan. Read more
We revealed on October 27, 2009 that Star Alliance was in discussions with both Copa Airlines and Avianca-TACA over potential membership in the alliance. Read more
The Chief Executive Board of Star Alliance has unanimously approved the application of Ethiopian Airlines to join the alliance. Read more
The Brazil Airpass allows travel across TAM's entire domestic network. The routing can be freely selected but needs to cover between four and nine flight coupons. Each city may be visited once, but connecting flights through the same airports are permitted. Read more
Star says Shanghai Airlines will continue to offer all Star Alliance customer benefits and its passengers will continue to receive worldwide alliance benefits until October 31. Read more
The induction of Brazil’s TAM Airlines into Star Alliance in May is a big step forward for the alliance, giving it access to a fast-growing continent on which it has been poorly represented in recent years. Read more
Brazilian carrier TAM Airlines has been inducted into the Star Alliance network, putting the world’s largest and longest-serving airline alliance back on the South American continent. Read more