Together, we can offer you much more. Due to our cooperation with our partners in the SkyTeam Alliance, we can offer you better and more advantageous services in more places on the globe.
SkyTeam is an international alliance of twenty airlines. By means of one of the most extensive networks of access points, SkyTeam offers the following advantages to more than 588 million travellers every day:
- Earning miles for their flights with any SkyTeam airline, and their redemption with any member airline
- Free access to more than 516 member lounges worldwide
- Guaranteed booking for SkyTeam Elite Plus members, even on sold out flights
- More than 16,323 flights a day, from 1052 airports in 177 countries around the world
- More price options to a greater number of destinations
- An extensive worldwide network of access points on the flights of SkyTeam alliance members
- For the comforts of passengers, SkyTeam members use simplified check-in
- There is only one check-in for flights with a transfer
- Information at any SkyTeam office anywhere in the world
- A detailed list of advantages can be found at www.skyteam.com.
Who are our SkyTeam Alliance partners?
Aeroflot has its headquarters in Moscow. Moscow is also its main transfer point (the Moscow – Sheremetyevo airport). Aeroflot will carry you to 130 destinations in 52 countries.
Aerolíneas Argentinas is one of the leading South American carriers. It operates flights to 54 airports in America, Europe and the South Pacific Area from its domestic hubs at the Aeroparque Jorge Newbery and Ezeiza International airports in Buenos Aires.
The airline, with its main office is in Mexico City, uses the airports in Mexico City, Monterrey, Guadalajara, and Hermosillo as its main transfer airports. Aeromexico flies to 82 destinations in 19 countries.
Air Europa is the flight division of the Globalia Corporation company. Air Europa’s network covers the majority of the Spanish territory and destinations in Europe, West Africa, and North, Central and South Americas.
Air France has its seat in Paris. Its main transfer airports are Paris-Charles De Gaulle, Paris-Orly, and Lyon. Its network comprises 194 destinations in 89 countries.
The main transfer points of the Italian carrier are the Malpensa airport in Milan and the Fiumicino airport in Rome. Alitalia flies to 93 destinations in 45 countries.
China Airlines has its headquarters just outside the Taoyuan international airport in Taiwan, servicing more than 100 destinations worldwide, connecting Asia with Europe, North America and Oceania.
China Eastern with its seat in Shanghai is a Shanghai Airlines subsidiary. Its network covers China, Japan, Korea, the south-east Asia, Europe, America and Oceania.
China Southern operates over 300 modern Boeing and Airbus types of aircraft, servicing daily almost 1,500 domestic and international flights to 193 cities in China and around the world. The airlines flies to all places around China from its hubs in Guangzhou and Beijing, allowing its passengers to enjoy comfortable connections to Australia, Europe and the USA.
The flagship carrier of the Czech Republic has its head office in Prague. Alongside the capital, it also uses the airports in Ostrava and Karlovy Vary in the Czech Republic. There are 40 destinations in 23 countries on the Czech Airlines route map.
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The most important airline in the international SkyTeam Alliance has its main seat at the largest commercial airport in the world – Atlanta. The Delta Air Lines’ flights route map includes 330 destinations in 65 countries.
Garuda Indonesia is the Indonesian national carrier. It provides flights to 28 domestic and 18 international destinations. Its main transfer hubs in Indonesia are Jakarta and Denpasar.
Kenya Airways is one of the leading African air carriers flying to the greatest number of African destinations. It offers connections between Africa and the rest of the world and vice versa through its main hub at the Jomo Kenyatta international airport.
KLM has its headquarters in Amsterdam, its major point of transfer. KLM will fly you to 131 destinations in 65 countries around the world.
Korean Air has its head office in Seoul, and uses Seoul-Incheon, Pusan and Cheju as its main transfer airports. It provides connections to 125 destinations in 45 countries.
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Middle East Airlines, a Lebanese national carrier, services 32 airports in Europe, the Middle East and West Africa from its hub at the Beirut-Rafik Hariri international airport in the Lebanese capital.
The Saudia carrier offers its passengers connections between 26 domestic and 50 international destinations. Currently, it transports on an average about 24 million passengers a year.
The TAROM, Romanian Air Transport, airline provides its services both in the greater part of Europe and outside the continent. It operates flights from its hub in Bucharest to destinations in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East.
The Vietnamese national carrier, Vietnam Airlines, is based in Hanoi and uses the international airports of Noi Bai in Hanoi, and Tan Son Nhat in Ho Chi Minh City as its hub transfer points. It provides connections on 49 routes to 17 countries.
The XiamenAir (earlier called the Xiamen Airlines) company, with its headquarters located at the Xiamen Gaoqi international airport, has six branches in Fuzhou, Hangzhou, Changsha, Beijing, Nanchang and Tianjin, two operational bases in Guangzhou and Hunan and 40 domestic and overseas points of representation. The airlines’ route map covers China, Japan, Korea and the South-east Asia.
Extended offer for Czech Airlines passengers, thanks to our SkyTeam membership
Thanks to the co-operation on a code-share basis with our SkyTeam partners, our customers may purchase a ticket with an OK code to places not operated by Czech Airlines and serviced by its regular scheduled flights.
Current overview of those destinations:
- Czech Airlines/Aeromexico
Thanks to the Paris connection, passengers can reach even as distant and attractive a destination as Mexico City with only one transfer.
- Czech Airlines/Delta Air Lines
Working with our partner airline Delta Air Lines we can sell a single OK-coded ticket to places such as Atlanta, New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Seattle.
- Czech Airlines/Korean Air
Both carriers jointly operate direct flights from Prague to the South Korean capital, Seoul - from the beginning of the 2014 summer schedule up to 8times a week. From Seoul, passengers may use the Korean Air connections to travel to many interesting destinations such as Tokyo, Bangkok, Osaka, Guam, Kuala Lumpur and many more. Czech Airlines has its OK code for the majority of these flights, i.e. tickets for these flights may be purchased online via the Czech Airlines’ website.
- Czech Airlines/Vietnam Airlines
Easy connection via Frankfurt to the main Vietnam Airlines hubs, i.e. to Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.