Star Alliance - Member Airlines - Former Member Airlines and Their Member Affiliates

Former Member Airlines and Their Member Affiliates

Former member airline Joined Exited Affiliates
Ansett Australia
1999
2001
Aeropelican Air Services
Hazelton Airlines
Kendell Airlines
Skywest Airlines
bmi
2000
2012
bmi regional
bmi baby
Continental Airlines
2009
2012
Continental Connection operated by:
→ Cape Air
→ Colgan Air
→ CommutAir
→ Gulfstream International Airlines
Continental Express operated by:
→ Chautauqua Airlines
→ ExpressJet Airlines
Continental Micronesia
Mexicana
2000
2004
Aerocaribe
Shanghai Airlines
2007
2010
China United Airlines
Spanair
2003
2012
Varig
1997
2007
Nordeste
Rio Sul
PLUNA

A Collapsed on 12 September 2001.
B Left the alliance in 2012 as a result of its merger with International Airlines Group. IAG's subsidiaries British Airways and Iberia are Oneworld members, bmi merged into British Airways on 27 October 2012.
C Merged with United Airlines on 3 March 2012.
D Left the alliance in 2004 after deciding not to renew a codeshare alliance with United Airlines, opting instead to codeshare with American Airlines, and joined Oneworld on 10 November 2009.
E Left the alliance in 2010 as a result of its merger with China Eastern Airlines, a SkyTeam member.
F Collapsed on 27 January 2012.
G Suspended its alliance membership on 31 January 2007 due to major restructuring, being involuntarily ejected, and failing to meet minimum qualifications.

Former member affiliate Joined Exited Member affiliate of
Air Canada Tango
2001
2004
Air Canada
Air Nova
1997
2001
Air Canada
Air Ontario
1997
2001
Air Canada
AeBal (operating as Spanair Link)
2003
2008
Spanair
Lufthansa Italia
2009
2011
Lufthansa
United Shuttle
1997
2001
United Airlines
Zip
2002
2004
Air Canada

A United Shuttle's operations ceased and became part of United Airlines.
B Air Canada Tango was dissolved and now is part of Air Canada.

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