|Founded||1 October 2017|
|Headquarters||Oka City, Oka|
|Key people||Sato Anmo, Temporary CEO|
Horizons is one of the world's newest global airline alliances. Founded on the 1st of October 2017, its current CEO is Sato Anmo and its headquarters is located in Oka City, Oka. As of October 2017, Horizons is the largest AIN global alliance by passenger count with over 200 million, ahead of it's smaller rival AeroSky. Its slogan is "New Horizons".
Horizons 10 member airlines operate a fleet of approximately 1280 aircrafts, serve more than 400 airports in 120 countries and carry 224.1 million passengers per year on more than 6,500 daily departures. The alliance has a two-tier rewards program, Silver and Gold, with incentives including priority boarding and upgrades. Like other airline alliances, Horizons share airport terminals (known as co-location) and some member planes are painted in the alliance's livery.
Members and Affiliates
|Nation||Member airline||Joined||Fleet Size||Member affiliates||Non-member affiliates|
|Oka||Oriental Airways||1 October 2017||177||Oka Oriental Express||Oka Koun Air|
|Teiko||Teiko Airlines||1 October 2017||146||N/A||N/A|
|Kingston and Boyce||Maple Skies||1 October 2017||82||N/A||N/A|
|Balaton||Huszár Légit||1 October 2017||21||N/A||N/A|
|Acadia||Crown Air||1 October 2017||89||N/A||N/A|
|Neu Westfalen||AeroWestfalica||1 October 2017||105||N/A||N/A|
|New Duveland||Lapérouse Airlines||1 October 2017||78||N/A||N/A|
|New Duveland||Air New Duveland||1 October 2017||190||N/A||N/A|
|Siculia||Siculia Airlines||1 October 2017||121||N/A||N/A|
|Jarraban||Jarraban Airways||1 October 2017||125||N/A||N/A|
|Huszár Légit||István Bibó Airport||GYO|
|Maple Skies||Port Ruppert Tim Holtkamp Airport||Terminal B||KPR|
|Oriental Airways||Oka City International Airport
Renagawa International Airport
|Siculia Airlines||Intercontinental Airport of San Foca
International Airport of Nova Taranto
International Airport of Tropea
International Airport of Cerignola di Lecce
|Teiko Airlines||Shouzo Nijimura International Airport||Terminal A
Horizons has two premium levels (Silver and Gold), based on a customer's status in a member's frequent-flyer program. Member and regional airlines recognize Star Silver and Gold status. Membership is based on the frequent-flyer programs of the individual airlines. Many members have a premium status beyond Gold, which is not systematically recognized by the alliance.
Silver Horizon status is given to customers who have reached a premium level of a member carrier's frequent-flyer program. Benefits are priority reservation wait-listing and airport stand-by. Some airlines also offer priority airport check-in, baggage handling and boarding; preferred seating; an additional checked-luggage allowance, and waived fees for two checked bags.
Golden Horizon status is given to customers who have reached a higher level of a member airline's frequent-flyer program. Benefits are priority reservations wait-listing, airport stand-by and check-in and baggage handling; an additional checked luggage allowance of 20 kg (or one extra piece, where the piece rule applies), and access to designated Golden Horizon lounges the day and place of departure with the presentation of a Star Alliance boarding pass. Some airlines also offer preferred seating (an exit seat or a special section of the plane); guaranteed seating on fully booked flights, subject to the booking class code and notice period, and free upgrades in the form of a voucher, certificate or automatic upgrade at check-in.
|Member airline||Mileage program|| Silver Horizon
| Golden Horizon |
|Huszár Légit||Duna Klúb||Duna Diplomata||Duna Kiváló|
|Oriental Airways||Oriental Airways Club||Frequent Flyer||Senator|
|Siculia Airlines||Siculia Airlines Club||MilleMiglia||Freccia Premium|