As part of our continued review of global alliances (see An in-depth look at global alliances), The Blue Swan Daily brings you a snapshot of SkyTeam. This alliance was established in 2000 by Aeroméxico, Air France, Delta Air Lines and Korean Air. On 22-Jun-1999, Air France and Delta Air Lines signed an exclusive long-term strategic agreement that laid the foundations for a major global alliance. One year later, the CEOs of Aeromexico, Air France, Delta Air Lines and Korean Air met in New York to announce the formation of SkyTeam.
In terms of market share, Star Alliance is the second largest global alliance in the world with 17.3% of total seats. SkyTeam includes 21 members from around the globe. In 2017, SkyTeam partner’s capacity included over 912 million seats, touching 177 countries, 1,173 airports and 4,965 city pairs. With over 3,595 aircraft currently in operation.
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