oneworld at a glance

oneworld

Network and Operations

oneworld airlines Destinations Countries Daily
departures
Fleet Passengers
(millions)
RPKs
(scheduled, millions)
ASKs
(scheduled, millions)
Passenger
Load Factor (%)
oneworld 1,015 154 14,296 3,428 512.8 1,133,804 1,411,779 80.3
airberlin 145 41 832 143 31.7 49,270 59,031 83.5
American Airlines 344 55 6,985 1,549 197.3 350,627 427,533 82.0
US Airways
British Airways 212 87 968 386 63.8 203,981 251,882 81.0
Iberia 128 43 1,000
Cathay Pacific 95 33 446 193 31.6 112,257 134,711 83.3
Finnair 106 40 268 67 9.6 24,772 30,889 80.2
Japan Airlines 78 21 827 222 29.8 45,337 63,391 71.5
LanChile 95 19 408 325 66.7 106,466 131,691 80.8
TAM 59 13 800
Malaysian Airlines  82 29 340 108 20.7 48,323 59,932 76.7
Qantas 82 17 761 189 27.7 74,827 96,997 71.1
Qatar Airways 140 72 360 134 19.4 82,439 109,794 75.1
Royal Jordanian 53 34 109 32 3.2 8,339 11,894 70.1
S7 Airlines 104 30 157 59 7.1 14,198 17,550 80.9
SriLankan Airlines 33 20 35 21 4.2 12,968 15,944 81.3

Notes

Updated June 2015.

Due to rounding, the oneworld total may be different from the sum of the individual carrier data.

All figures are for main airline and related carriers covered by oneworld agreements. Operating figures are the latest published.

RPKs: Revenue passenger kilometres.

ASKs: Available seat kilometres.

 

Marketing

oneworld airlines Flight code Website Frequent flyer programme Number of frequent flyer members (million) Airport lounges Number of lounges oneworld affiliates
oneworld *O oneworld.com   175   Some 650  
airberlin AB airberlin.com topbonus 2.7 airberlin Lounge 50 NIKI (Also, some airberlin flights may be operated by TUIfly, LGW Walter or Belair, using the airberlin name, livery and flight code)
American Airlines AA aa.com AAdvantage 82 Admirals Club and
Flagship Lounges
39 American Eagle (including flights operated by Air Wisconsin, Compass Airlines, Envoy Air, ExpressJet, Mesa Airlines, Piedmont Airlines, PSA Airlines, Republic Airlines, Skywest Airlines and Trans States Airlines), US Airways and US Airways Express.  (US Airways Express is to transition to American Eagle during 2015, with the US Airways Express brand withdrawn)
US Airways US aa.com AAdvantage     19 US Airways Express (operated by Air Wisconsin, Mesa Airlines, Piedmont Airlines, PSA Airlines, Republic Airlines and SkyWest Airlines)  (US Airways Express is to transition to American Eagle during 2015, with the US Airways Express brand withdrawn)
IAG   iairgroup.com          
British Airways BA ba.com Executive Club 7 Galleries 138 BA CityFlyer, British Airways (BA) Limited, Comair, OpenSkies,   SUN-AIR
Iberia IB iberia.com Iberia Plus 5 Salas VIP 36 Iberia Regional Air Nostrum, Iberia Express
Cathay Pacific CX cathaypacific.com The Marco Polo Club / Asia Miles 5.2 Cathay Pacific First
and Business
72 Dragonair (KA)
Finnair AY finnair.com Finnair Plus 0.6 Finnair Lounges 46 Flybe Finnland
Japan Airlines JL jal.com JAL Mileage Bank 25 JAL First, Sakura, JAL Lounge, Arrival,
Diamond Premier
51 J-AIR, Japan Transocean Air
LanChile LA lan.com LANPASS 3.6 LANPASS 12 LAN Argentina (4M), LAN Colombia (4C), LAN Ecuador (XL), LAN Express (LU), LAN Peru (LP)
TAM JJ tam.com.br Fidelidade 10 Salas VIP 8 TAM Mercosur (To join soon)
Malaysian Airlines MH malaysiaairlines.com Enrich 2.3 Golden Lounge 9 None
Qantas QF qantas.com Qantas Frequent Flyer 10 Qantas Club, First and Business 53 QantasLink (including services by Airlink, Eastern Australia Airlines, National Jet Systems, Sunstate Airlines), Jetconnect
Qatar Airways QR qatarairways.com Privilege Club 2.2 Oryx Lounge,
Privilege Club Lounge
5 None
Royal Jordanian RJ rj.com Royal Plus 0.2 Crown Lounge 42 None
S7 Airlines S7 s7.ru S7 Priority 0.4 S7 Lounge 67 Globus
SriLankan Airlines UL srilankan.com FlySmiLes 0.1 Serendip Lounge, Serenediva Lounge, and Palm Strip Lounge 3 None

Notes

As of June 2015.

All figures are for main airline and related carriers covered by oneworld agreements.

 

Financial

oneworld airlines Total revenue (US millions)

Passenger revenue

(US millions)

Operating profit

(US millions)

Net profit

(US millions)

Operating margin % Net margin % For financial year ending
oneworld 143,041 114,680 7,262 2,055 5.08 1.52  
airberlin 5,513 5,072 -308 -419 -5.6 -7.6 31 December 2013
American Airlines 42,650 37,124 4,249 2,882 10.0 6.8 31 December 2014
US Airways
IAG
(BA and IB, plus non-oneworld member Vueling)
24,516 21,666 1,690 1,291 6.9 5.3 31 December 2014
British Airways 18,200 16,234        
Iberia 5,188 4,519        
Cathay Pacific 13,662 9,263 572 406 4.18 2.97 31 December 2014
Finnair 2,777 Not available -44 -100 -1.6 -6.8 31 December 2014
Japan Airlines 12,734 8,995 1,622 1,617 12.7 12.7 31 March 2014
LanChile 12,471 10,380 512 -110 4.10 -0.90 31 December 2014
TAM
Malaysian Airlines 4,765 3,575 -177 -368     31 December 2013
Qantas 14,630 12,473 -608 -2,678     30 June 2014
Qatar Airways 7,844 6,250 Not published Not published     31 December 2013
Royal Jordanian Not available Not available Not available Not available     31 December 2013
S7 Airlines 1,950 Not available Not available Not available     31 December 2013
SriLankan Airlines 847 Not available -226 -282     31 December 2013

Notes

As of June 2015.

All figures are for the airline group which, in some cases, may include some interests which are not part of oneworld.

 

Corporate

oneworld airlines Main IT platform Employees Chief Executive Headquarters Year of formation

Date joined

oneworld

Ownership
oneworld   389,788 Bruce Ashby New York, USA 1999 1 February 1999 100% owned by its member airlines
airberlin Amadeus, migrating to Sabre 9,284 Stefan Pichler Berlin, Germany 1978 20 March 2012 Public limited company - biggest shareholder is Etihad with 29% stake
American Airlines Sabre 113,300 Doug Parker Fort Worth, Texas, USA Traces its origins back to 1926 1 February 1999 Wholly owned by the American Airlines Group, shares in which are publicly traded on the USA's NASDAQ stock market
US Airways HP Shares 1939 31 March 2014
IAG
(BA and IB)
    Willie Walsh   January 2011   Public company
British Airways Amadeus 56,695 Keith Williams London, UK Traces its origins back to 1919 1 February 1999 Wholly owned by International Airlines Group
Iberia Amadeus Luis Gallego Madrid, Spain 1927 1 September 1999 Wholly owned by International Airlines Group
Cathay Pacific Amadeus 21,986

Ivan Chu

Hong Kong 1946 1 February 1999 Public company listed on the Hong Kong and London Stock Exchanges. Major shareholders are Swire Pacific (44%), and Air China (29.99%).
Finnair Amadeus 4,981 Pekka Vauramo Helsinki, Finland 1923 1 September 1999 Publicly quoted on Helsinki Stock Exchange and in SEAQ system on London Stock Exchange.  Finnish Government is majority owner with 55.8% holding.
Japan Airlines Axess 46,287 Yoshiharu Ueki Tokyo, Japan 1951 1 April 2007 Private company with shares publicly traded on Tokyo stock exchange
LanChile Sabre 53,000 Enrique Cueto Plaza Santiago, Chile 1929 1 June 2000 100% owned by LATAM Airlines Group
TAM Amadeus Marco Bologna Sao Paulo, Brazil 1976 31 March 2014 100% owned by LATAM Airlines Group
Malaysia Airlines SITA 19,406 Christoph Mueller Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 1974 1 February 2013 Owned by Malaysia's state wealth fund Khazanah
Qantas Amadeus 30,751 Alan Joyce Sydney, NSW, Australia 1920 1 February 1999 Public company listed on the Australian Securities Exchange.
Qatar Airways Amadeus 18,259 Akbar Al Baker Doha, Qatar 1994 30 October 2013 Owned by State of Qatar
Royal Jordanian SITA 4,541 Haitham Misto Amman, Jordan 1963 1 April 2007 Public company listed on Amman Stock Exchange. Jordanian government has 29% holding, and a company in M1 Group 19%.
S7 Airlines SITA 3,000 Vladislav Filev Moscow, Russia 1992 15 November 2010 Part of the privately-owned, S7 Group.
SriLankan Airlines Amadeus 6,359 Rakhita Jayawardena  Colombo, Sri Lanka 1979 1 May 2014 94.68 % owned by Sri Lankan government, 5.32 % owned by employees

Notes

Updated March 2015.

All figures are for main airline and related carriers covered by oneworld agreements.