by Brendan M. Lynch | October 01, 2006

OneWorld airlines


A sampling of OneWorld
member airlines

Vancouver, British Columbia-based OneWorld, the air carrier alliance that includes American Airlines, British Airways and Qantas, in late July extended three fare options to groups for the first time. Groups planning to circle the globe are now eligible for discount “Explorer” airfares, while those flying to the other side of the world without actually circumnavigating the globe can save money with two different “Circle” fares.

The passes are available to parties of between 10 and 30 passengers flying economy class and 10 to 15 in business class.