We’ve teamed up to offer more choices

New York

Spotlight on New York

British Airways, American Airlines, Iberia and OpenSkies have joined together. With co-ordinated frequent flyer programmes, customer service and schedules, you now have even more choice in transatlantic travel.

Each airline will continue to operate independently, but travellers can enjoy the benefits of all four. So whether you’re flying to New York on business or planning a trip to soak up the sights and enjoy the world famous shopping, there’s never been a better time to take a bite out of the Big Apple.


Our busy schedule works around yours


OpenSkies now offers dailly non stop service from JFK and Newark.

Our service between Paris and New York offers an impressive 5 direct daily flights¹, plus up to 17 opportunities to connect via our hubs in London and Madrid.


Every day we make an average of 97 round-trips across the pond


The combined network links Europe with 200 cities in North America, with an average of 97 round-trips across the Atlantic made every day.


Our schedules and fares work better together, and you’ll enjoy smoother connections. Plus you’ll also benefit from more Avios and AAdvantage® across all of our transatlantic flights.


The best night’s sleep across the Atlantic


We offer award-winning flat beds on flights over the Atlantic. Better still, on your way back to Paris from New York, enjoy a pre-flight supper in the lounge, followed by a nightcap on board, and a quality, undisturbed sleep. Then there’s breakfast to look forward to just before landing.


Sky-high levels of comfort coming soon


Bririth Airways, American Airlines and Iberia are investing in a new generation of aircraft that use the latest technology to give you greater comfort on your journeys across the Atlantic². The all-new premium cabins will have spacious seats and flat beds that leave you refreshed and ready for anything when you land.


¹22 daily flights including 5 daily direct flights between Paris and New York from 31 March 2013.
²Fleet roll out to be announced during 2013.

British Airways, American Airlines, Iberia, OpenSkies and oneworld