Winner of the World Airline Award- Star Alliance Celebrate their Big Win


    The Star Alliance Los Angeles never fails to impress. It has once again won the Skytrax World Airline Award for the World’s Best Airline Alliance Lounge. This is the fifth time in a row that they have secured the position of the winner.

    Winning Moment

    It was a proud moment for all the members of Star Alliance. When years of hard work is paid and honored, who does not love to cherish it? Right?

    The CEO of Star Alliance Jeffery Goh was in his awe moment when he received the award. He said- ” It is a great honor to receive this award for the fifth consecutive year. This distinction is a recognition of the high standards in service we deliver, and I would like to extend my thanks to our customers for their continued trust and exceptional loyalty.

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    Team Work

    Goh did not forget to mention the team effort put by every employee of the company. Without the relentless efforts of the employee, this success could never have been possible. He acknowledged that all the staff and business partners have put in a lot of hard work to reach this goal. They all share the same vision and are always trying to give the best experiences to their customers.

    The friendly work culture is certainly one added advantage for this taste of success.

    A Little History

    Star Alliance network was established in 1997 as the first global airline. They offered worldwide reach, recognition and tireless service to international travelers. The Star Alliance currently offers 19,000 daily flights to over 1300 airports in 194 countries. Some of its notable airline members are Air China, Air Canada, Air India, Air New Zealand and many more.

    Growing Business

    In the last twelve months, Star Alliance has expanded itself to a huge extent bringing growth and development to their business. They have opened new facilities in the airports of Rome Fiumicino and Amsterdam Schiphol.

    The passengers also have a lot of advantages. The first class and business class passengers and the Gold card members have access to more than 1000 lounges across the Star Alliance’s global airline network.