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What airlines considered members of Star Aliance?
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No, American Airlines is part of the One World Alliance which includes BA and QANTAS.
No, Delta Airlines is not part of the star alliance but it is part of the second largest airline alliance called Sky Team which was founded in,2000 by Aeroméxico,… Air France, Delta Air Lines, and Korean on June 22.
The reason is because it IS a star. Our sun is not any different than other stars in our galaxy. It is larger than many of the dwarf stars, and hotter than some, but cooler th…an others and smaller than quite a few. Some stars are a hundred times more massive than our sun, and some are far, far bigger.
because stars are balls of hot burning gases like our sun
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no. planets are bodies that revolve around starts. in our solar system, the planets revolve around the sun (which is a star).
No KLM is part of SkyTeam alliance.
Answer Because it's gravity is strong enough to cause nuclear fusion in it's core. Simply put, it IS a star.
It is considered to be a flammable substance, but in small enough quantities would be allowed to be carried on in cabin baggage. Ask the airline you are travelling with for …precise directions as to this matter.
No it is not. Very shortly it will be part of the OneWorld alliance.
British Airways is a Founder Member of oneworld Alliance. Five airlines from four continents - American Airlines, British Airways, Canadian Airlines, Cathay Pacific and Qantas… - gathered in a ceremony in London, United Kingdom, on 21 September 1998 to officially unveil a new global airline alliance, named Oneworld.
Yes, the Sun is what astronomers call a yellow dwarf, stellar class G2V. The "V" part is what indicates that it's a "dwarf" (main sequence) star. The terminology is a little …confusing. "Dwarf" is used for historical reasons and only incidentally refers to size; for the hottest stars, there's very little size difference between dwarfs and giants. Also, there's no "medium" or "normal" category. Stars are white dwarfs, subdwarfs, dwarfs, subgiants, giants, bright giants, supergiants, or hypergiants. Dwarfs are by far the most common type of star.
In Plural Nouns
The name of an airline, such as Delta, Lufthansa, or Southwest, are singular nouns because they are each just one company. The names of airlines are also proper nouns because …the are the names of specific companies. *There is a tendency in British English to consider companies as plural entities, while in the US they are virtually always addressed as singular. Legally, a stock corporation is a single entity, not a group of owners or workers, but there may be more than one person in control, as with a board of directors.