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British Airways, American Airlines, Finnair and Iberia have teamed up across the Atlantic to make your global travel experience easier and more rewarding.

Travel with us between the USA, Canada, Mexico and Europe and take advantage of:

  • Great fares across all four airlines, mixing and matching flights to suit your schedule.
  • Smoother connections for onward flights through coordinated schedules and Global Support centres in Chicago O'Hare, Dallas/Fort Worth, London Heathrow, Los Angeles, Madrid Barajas, Miami and New York JFK. At London Heathrow, British Airways, American Airlines and Iberia operate from Terminal 5, making connections quick and seamless.
  • Use any of the airlines websites for booking flights, online check-in and to get your boarding pass for any eligible flight across the 4 airlines.
  • Integrated customer support - online, through call centres and at the airport.
  • Extensive network connecting over 160 cities in Europe with over 240 cities in the US.

Our best fares to our top destinations


DestinationPrices from 
New York€330 return Book now
Miami€474 return Book now
Los Angeles€525 return Book now
San Francisco€535 return Book now


DestinationPrices from 
New York€2046 return Book now
Miami€2290 return Book now
Los Angeles€2797 return Book now
San Francisco€2801 return Book now
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Are you a member of our partner airlines frequent flyer programmes?

You can earn miles and credits towards your tier status every time you travel on any eligible oneworld flight and you can redeem your frequent flyer points across the oneworld alliance.

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Together, offering you more across the Atlantic

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