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oneworld takes its sixth 'best alliance' title of the year
- The 2013 World Airline Awards, staged by the Skytrax airline quality ratings agency.
- Global Traveler's GT Tested Reader Survey 2012 Awards for the third year running.
- World Travel Awards 2012 for the 10th consecutive year.
- Australian Business Traveller 2012 for the second year running.
- The 2012 debut alliance Flight Stats On-Time Performance Awards.
- The addition of airberlin, the second largest airline in Europe's biggest economy and the seventh largest carrier in Europe, in March 2012.
- The switch of bmi to oneworld in summer 2012 as part of its integration into British Airways, consolidating oneworld's lead at London Heathrow, gateway to the world's leading business city.
- The addition of Malaysia Airlines, one of this industry's most frequent award winners, six months ago, further strengthening oneworld's position in South East Asia, one of the fastest growing regions for air travel demand.
- The addition of LAN Colombia, the second largest airline in South America's second biggest economy, on 1 October and TAM, the leading airline in Brazil, Latin America's biggest economy, from 31 March 2014. This brings all passenger airlines in the LATAM Airlines Group into oneworld, building on its position as the leading alliance serving Latin America.
- The induction on 30 October 2013 of Qatar Airways, the only one of the "Gulf Big Three" carriers slated to join any of the global airline alliances and one of the world's fastest growing and most highly rated airlines. This will make oneworld the leading alliance in the Middle East, another of the world's fastest growing regions for air travel demand.
- The introduction early next year of SriLankan Airlines, as the first airline from the Indian subcontinent to join any global alliance, which, with Qatar Airways, will make oneworld the leading alliance in the region.
- The proposed switch by US Airways from Star to oneworld as part of its planned merger with American Airlines, subject to necessary approvals.
- Serve almost a thousand airports in more than 150 countries, with 14,000 daily departures.
- Carry 475 million passengers a year on a combined fleet of nearly 3,300 aircraft.
- Generate US$ 140 billion annual revenues.