Our transatlantic joint business


British Airways, American Airlines, Finnair, Iberia and OpenSkies

Every day, we make an average of 97 round-trips across the Atlantic Ocean.

That’s more than a trip to the moon and back.

Working Together

British Airways, American Airlines, Finnair, Iberia and OpenSkies have teamed up on the transatlantic to provide a global network offering our customers more flight choice, better connections and better pricing. This makes the global travel experience easier and more rewarding.


If you are travelling between the USA, Canada, Mexico and Europe you can now benefit from:

  • Access to great prices across all three airlines, and the ability to mix and match flights to get the best deals.
  • Smoother connections for onward flights through coordinated schedules and oneworld® Global Support centres in Chicago O'Hare, Dallas/Fort Worth, London Heathrow, Los Angeles, Madrid Barajas, Miami, Tokyo Narita, New York JFK and Sydney. Coming soon to Hong Kong.
  • Ability to book transatlantic codeshare flights for American Airlines, British Airways, Finnair, Iberia and OpenSkies via any of the airlines’ websites.
  • Check in online and print boarding passes for flights across the three airlines on either the website of the airline you booked with, or the airline operating the flight.
  • Integrated customer support – online, through call centres and at the airport.

Premium Experience

Premium Experience

Flying in a premium cabin is now easier than ever with the enhanced transatlantic relationship between British Airways, American Airlines, Finnair, Iberia and OpenSkies.  Together, we offer an extended choice of premium cabin options and reciprocal lounge access.

Executive Club benefits

Executive Club

As an Executive Club member, each time you fly with British Airways, American Airlines, Iberia, Openskies and Finnair, simply include your membership number in the booking to ensure you receive Avios and tier points to help you move through the tiers.

British Airways, American Airlines, Iberia, OpenSkies and oneworld