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Transatlantic P2P flown by the 3 alliances?

Sat Nov 17, 2018 3:02 am

LHR-EWR, LHR-LAX, LHR-SFO, LHR-IAD and MAD-GRU
Are there any more?
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Cunard
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Re: Transatlantic P2P flown by the 3 alliances?

Sat Nov 17, 2018 3:09 am

Can you elaborate more on your actual question because personally I don't understand what your actually asking?
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Re: Transatlantic P2P flown by the 3 alliances?

Sat Nov 17, 2018 3:21 am

He's asking what routes have all three major airline alliances flying flights on it.

IE: EWR-LHR

DL: Skyteam
UA: Star alliance
BA: One World
 
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Re: Transatlantic P2P flown by the 3 alliances?

Sat Nov 17, 2018 3:36 am

gsg013 wrote:
He's asking what routes have all three major airline alliances flying flights on it.

IE: EWR-LHR

DL: Skyteam
UA: Star alliance
BA: One World


Actually AA started OneWorld, not BA.
 
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Re: Transatlantic P2P flown by the 3 alliances?

Sat Nov 17, 2018 4:10 am

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Re: Transatlantic P2P flown by the 3 alliances?

Sat Nov 17, 2018 4:10 am

None of the routes you mentioned are P2P by any means if you dig deep into it.

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Re: Transatlantic P2P flown by the 3 alliances?

Sat Nov 17, 2018 4:16 am

rbavfan wrote:
gsg013 wrote:
He's asking what routes have all three major airline alliances flying flights on it.

IE: EWR-LHR

DL: Skyteam
UA: Star alliance
BA: One World


Actually AA started OneWorld, not BA.

That's not what he/she said
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Re: Transatlantic P2P flown by the 3 alliances?

Sat Nov 17, 2018 4:21 am

rbavfan

Although not relevant to the question posed by the OP but concerning Oneworld.

I also think that you've misjudged the question although personally I think that the OP could have worded the title of the thread differently!

In actual fact Oneworld was unveiled by it's founding members American Airlines, British Airways and Canadian Airlines (which left the alliance a few years later after the airline merged with Air Canada) Cathay Pacific and Qantas at a press conference in London, United Kingdom on 21 September 1998, with Finnair joining the alliance on 09 December 1998.

Oneworld was originally based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada but moved it's HQ to central Manhatten in New York City in June 2011.
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Re: Transatlantic P2P flown by the 3 alliances?

Sat Nov 17, 2018 4:30 am

jetskipper wrote:
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Yet another one who has obviously misjudged the question!

This is very common on a.net that people post with no real thought into the subject being discussed.
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Re: Transatlantic P2P flown by the 3 alliances?

Sat Nov 17, 2018 5:08 am

Cunard wrote:
This is very common on a.net that people post with no real thought into the subject being discussed.


It seems the question hasn't been defined properly. The OP posted routes that are clearly not P2P. So either he isn't aware that those are hub & spoke routes currently flown, or the title of this thread is improperly worded.
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Re: Transatlantic P2P flown by the 3 alliances?

Sat Nov 17, 2018 5:48 am

Which is exactly what I pointed out in my post at the top of this thread if you had read it!

In my posts 2 and 7 if you read back you can clearly see where I have queried the OPs questions, as it hasn't been defined correctly.

I can see where this pointless thread is going, no where and more than likely in due course it will be locked.
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Re: Transatlantic P2P flown by the 3 alliances?

Sat Nov 17, 2018 5:50 am

Which Skyteam carrier flies LHR-EWR as of now? VS codeshare with DL?
 
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Re: Transatlantic P2P flown by the 3 alliances?

Sat Nov 17, 2018 5:56 am

alex0easy wrote:
Which Skyteam carrier flies LHR-EWR as of now? VS codeshare with DL?


I was going to point that out in my post so I'm pleased that you have picked up on that error.
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Re: Transatlantic P2P flown by the 3 alliances?

Sat Nov 17, 2018 12:46 pm

Indeed Delta doesn't fly Newark - London Heathrow with their own material, it's a codeshare. Virgin Atlantic isn't officially a Skyteam member yet, although they're closely associated.

I've been searching for more TATL routes that are operated by all three alliances, but so far I haven't been able to find any. Closest I could find was Madrid - New York JFK which is operated by two alliances and one non-alliance airline. For both alliances on this route there are two airlines. Skyteam has Delta and Air Europa, OneWorld has American Airlines and Iberia. The non-alliance airline on this route is Norwegian.
 
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Re: Transatlantic P2P flown by the 3 alliances?

Sat Nov 17, 2018 12:57 pm

When including associate members you can count Dublin - Toronto. It's operated by:

Aer Lingus (OneWorld associate)
Air Canada (Star Alliance)
WestJet (Skyteam associate)
 
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Re: Transatlantic P2P flown by the 3 alliances?

Sat Nov 17, 2018 4:12 pm

2travel2know2 wrote:
LHR-EWR, LHR-LAX, LHR-SFO, LHR-IAD and MAD-GRU
Are there any more?


Are you including Virgin? Otherwise only Star and One World fly LHR-IAD
 
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Re: Transatlantic P2P flown by the 3 alliances?

Sat Nov 17, 2018 5:09 pm

jetskipper wrote:
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UA
AA
AF

ORD-FCO (Summer)

UA
AA
AZ


Add to those:

MAD - GRU

LATAM is OneWorld
Air Europe is SkyTeam
Air China is StarAlliance

LHR - JFK was until recently another route with the 3 alliance airlines

BA is OneWorld
DL is SkuTean
AI is StarAlliance
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Re: Transatlantic P2P flown by the 3 alliances?

Sun Nov 18, 2018 12:47 am

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PatrickZ80 wrote:
When including associate members you can count Dublin - Toronto. It's operated by:

Aer Lingus (OneWorld associate)
Air Canada (Star Alliance)
WestJet (Skyteam associate)


As far as I'm aware Westjet has 14 code share agreements and 27 interline agreements with airlines from all three alliances but I'm not aware of the fact that they are an associate member of Skyteam.

Aer Lingus may be owned by IAG and has code shares with various airlines but again as far as I'm aware they are not yet a Oneworld associate.

If I'm wrong on both counts could you please add a link where it states otherwise!
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