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Aeroflot, Aero Mexico, Air France, Alitalia, China Southern Airlines, Continental Airlines, CSA Czech Airlines, Delta Air Lines, KLM royal Dutch Airlines, Korean Air and Northwest Airlines are members of SkyTeam. n addition you may use the route network of three associate airlines Air Europa, Copa Airlines and Kenya Airways. This alliance offers four mileage-based fares with maximum limitations of 26,000, 29,000, 34,000 and 39,000 miles. 

All the airlines in this alliance participate in each other’s frequent flyer program, miles may be pooled into one frequent flyer account.  Lounge access to participating carriers and other mutually agreed perks, are available to those utilizing this fare. Some rather complex and interesting Around the World routings are possible with the recent expansion of this alliance.

Fare Information



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The prices listed above are in US dollars for departures originating in the United States. They do not reflect any additional taxes and are subject to change without notice until ticket is purchased.


Routing Information

Below you will find a review of the various routing options as well as some pros and cons of the program to consider.  We hope this helps in your decision making process.

North America


The combination of Delta, Northwest and Continental airlines, three of North Americas largest carriers allows for virtually every city in the United States to have some service.  There is no Canadian member of this alliance so travel in Canada is somewhat restricted. All the other airlines in this alliance provide limited service to and thru North America.


South and Central America

Aero Mexico, the largest airline in Mexico and Copa Airlines of Panama services many destinations in Central America. For extensive travel in the Central American region this alliance offers the largest route network.

Delta and Continental offer routings to a variety of cities in Central America. Korean Air has a route from Los Angeles to Sao Paulo. Air France and Alitalia provides service to Europe from several South American cities.  This alliance has no South American carrier and internal travel within the continent is somewhat limited but Copa Airlines does put much of the region accessible.


Air France has an extensive array of destinations throughout the world and this alliance does not limit the number of stops in Europe. CSA Czech Airlines, Air Europa, KLM and Alitalia are among the largest on the continent and almost any destination is within easy reach. The addition of Aeroflot of Russia to this alliance makes some unique advantages for visiting nations of the former Soviet Union.

Delta provides service to North American destinations and has a route from Frankfurt to India. Korean airlines provides service to Asia utilizing its hub in Seoul.


Korean Airlines provides service throughout the continent, and most major cities are serviced. China Southern is the largest airline in China and offers a wealth of travel opportunities not only in China but throughout Asia. Air France services many Asian routes from Paris, and Delta services some routes from the United States. 


Air France and Alitalia provide  transportation from Africa to  Europe. Kenya Airways offers many opportunities for travel throughout Africa as well as limited service to Europe.

South Pacific


Only Korean Airlines provides service to Australia and New Zealand from its hub in Seoul.  Air France has a few routes to Tahiti and the South Pacific from Los Angeles, but the other Skyteam members offer no service to or thru this region.


Possible Itineraries

Utilizing  the different fare structures and the permitted partners, the following itineraries are possible. Listings below are samples only, the number of actual routings are only limited by the destinations you which to visit.

26,000 Mile Routing: Amsterdam - Mexico City - Houston - Los Angeles - Tokyo - Bangkok - Amsterdam

29,000 Mile Routing:  Seoul - Rome - Paris - Prague - New York - Atlanta - Lima - Mexico City - Los Angeles - Honolulu  - Seoul.

34,000 Mile Routing:  Paris - New York - Miami - Houston - Sao Paulo - Mexico City - Los Angeles - Honolulu - Tokyo - Bangkok - Paris.

39,000 Mile Routing:  New York - Paris - Rome - Madrid -Prague - Moscow - Amsterdam - Bangkok - Seoul - Beijing -  Tokyo - Los Angeles - Mexico - Santiago- Buenos Aires - Atlanta - New York.

These are just a few of the possible routings, thousands of different routing possibilities can be utilized with theses fares.

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 Additional Tools


Mileage calculator: This is a great link to determine mileages between principal cities

Airline Schedules: For detailed schedule information of the airlines participating in these programs please use the above link.

Airline Maps: For detailed route network maps of the primary airlines in this group use this link.

Fare Rules

General Terms and Conditions of Sales ( extract )

Reservations on the first sector are required at least 7 days before departure.
Ticket issuance must be done within 72 hours after booking and at least 7 days before departure*.
Ticket must be issued on AF/AM/AZ/CM/CZ/DL/CO/KE/KL/KQ/NW/OK/SU/UX stock only.

* except for travel departing from USA/Canada/Mexico where booking and ticket issuance must be made 7 days prior to first intercontinental flight.

Minimum 3 stopovers required and maximum 15 stopovers permitted.*
Maximum of 1 stopover permitted in any one city.

* exception: for RTWSKY4 fares, minimum 3 and maximum 5 stopovers permitted.

Unlimited transfers are permitted.
Exception: 2 transfers are permitted in the country of origin. For travel originating in USA, 4 transfers are permitted.
Only 2 transfers may occur at a single city.

Travel must commence from and return to the same country.
Travel requires and is limited to one flight over the Atlantic and one flight over the Pacific.
Travel must include only one transatlantic crossing between Area 1 and Area 2, only one transpacific crossing between Area 1 and Area 3, and only one transcontinental crossing between Area 2 and Area 3. On flights where First / Business class is not offered/available at the time of booking, passengers will be accommodated in the next lower class. No refund will apply.
Intermediate surface sectors permitted at passenger expense. Mileage for surface sectors will be included in the maximum permitted mileage calculation.

Voluntary rebooking - rerouting - revalidation
Before ticketing deadline = permitted
After ticketing deadline = no change permitted on the outbound sectors up to and including the first intercontinental sector. For all other sectors changes are permitted at a charge of USD 100 per transaction. Change fee does not apply when confirming open segments.

The content of this document is based on the latest information as of November 15, 2007. All information, routings, available destinations and fares are subject to change without notice. Other restrictions may apply.



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