28 Responses

  1. Joseph
    Joseph at |

    You are missing AA’s routes from DFW.

  2. SgFm
    SgFm at |

    As a One World flyer, Thank You, Thank You, Thank You!!!

  3. stephan
    stephan at |

    Doesn’t AB fly to YVR seasonally as well?

  4. Susan
    Susan at |

    Very informative, Seth.
    Still sad to be leaving Star Alliance. I wish there were a way to transfer some of my US miles to a Star Alliance partner… I’ll just have to get two more large trips in before the ‘change’.

  5. SgFm
    SgFm at |

    And a reminder, even though the N. America-DUB routes are not One World, they are a great (limited) option for folks with Avios.

  6. bluto
    bluto at |

    fantastic reference

  7. Ananth
    Ananth at |

    Iberia is ending some of the trans atlantic service including SJU. 🙁

    http://airlineroute.net/2012/12/08/ib-s13update1/

  8. palefire
    palefire at |

    AA::BOS-LHR for a few more weeks….

    Also AB::POP-MUC (seasonal? I don’t see it in the schedule after a month from now) and IB::SAL-MAD.

    You might consider excluding PTY from this list on the grounds that IATA has Panama in SOA rather than CEM.

  9. Zz
    Zz at |

    Where is British Airways?

  10. Jackie
    Jackie at |

    Under the same link referenced by Ananth :

    http://airlineroute.net/2012/12/08/ib-s13update1/

    IB is cancelling HAV, SDQ, SJU, and (south american) MVD.

    Also, it seems that many flights on IB, BA, and AB are to Caribbean and Central America (colonial links and long-haul beach markets).

    So when comparing the core markets of US+CA+MX to Europe, it’s even more lopsidedly skew towards Star Alliance (slight re-balancing after US moves to oneworld, but wouldn’t tip the scales).

  11. Jeff
    Jeff at |

    @seth,

    AB is cutting YVR seasonal service.

  12. Marty
    Marty at |

    Great graphic, very useful. Pretty sure BA also flies to GCM from either LHR or LGW.

  13. Norm
    Norm at |

    Seth,

    Probably should state that transatlantic here means North Atlantic, as oneworld has quite a portfolio of routes plying the South Atlantic between IB/LA and some from BA.

  14. News and Notes on Monday, March 11th 2013 | Pizza In Motion

    […] Aramean is making pretty charts again, this time with all the TATL connections that oneworld has.  Cool […]

  15. Jackie
    Jackie at |

    “Probably should state that transatlantic here means North Atlantic, as oneworld has quite a portfolio of routes plying the South Atlantic between IB/LA and some from BA.”

    Star is not behind considering it has Europe S.A. routes via AV, LH, LX, TP, TK, CA, and even SQ. From GRU alone (excluding TAM), Star offers nonstops to 8 destinations in Europe. Can oneworld even match that ?

  16. Jackie
    Jackie at |

    Also, Star offers 2 flights between South America and Africa while oneworld offers zero. (the most neglected TATL market)

  17. Jackie
    Jackie at |

    make that 3 from South America to Africa (forgot to count ET’s GRU-Lome-ADD flight)

  18. Ninmurai
    Ninmurai at |

    I find it absolutely nuts that there’s no AMS coverage in the *O TATL network

  19. Spencer W.
    Spencer W. at |

    Very useful–THANK YOU–and appreciating the previous installment (Star Alliance), as well. Will there be one for SkyTeam? 🙂

  20. Jackie
    Jackie at |

    @Seth : Technically it won’t start until June 1st, and technically it’s a triangular routing with both GIG and GRU in play :

    Addis Ababa – Lome – Rio de Janeiro – Sao Paulo
    Sao Paulo – Lome – Addis Ababa

  21. Beltway
    Beltway at |

    Same comment as below: would love to see this in sortable XLS format.