The two-year-old Star Alliance is already preparing the next step in its cooperative relationship, even as it continues to broaden the web of its worldwide network. In October, All Nippon Airways will bring its extensive East Asian route and hub system into the Alliance, followed next July by Mexicana, with its network centered in Central America and the Caribbean (AW&ST July 12, p. 19). A bid for a stake in Poland's LOT--through Lufthansa--is in preparation. In addition, Star is ...

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