Twenty years ago, Star Alliance became the first multi-airline global cooperative where member carriers could book seamless schedules and share benefits among their passengers. It was a convenient way for airlines to expand and maintain market share internationally without having to spend billions of dollars in market growth initiatives.  According to IATA’s 2015 World Air Transport Statistics, published in 2016, Star Alliance topped the list of alliances size-wise, with 23% ...

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