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SkyTeam proudly introduces SkyPriority—the alliance-wide, red carpet treatment for our top customers. SkyPriority unites the most exclusive airport benefits of all 20 SkyTeam alliance members into one, consistent experience for customers who travel in First / Business or are Elite Plus.

So, regardless of your airline or frequent flyer program, SkyPriority will speed and guide you through your journey with ease.

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Services that make the difference

How to find SkyPriority? It will find you! Look for the “SkyPriority” indicator on your boarding pass and the SkyPriority signs throughout the airport. As SkyPriority rolls out at all SkyTeam-served airports worldwide, you will see priority services like:

*Service not available at all airports

SkyPriority benefits up close and personal

SkyPriority offers you an exclusive ‘priority lane’ when you travel.

Priority Check in

Enjoy a dedicated check-in counter with fast check-in and courteous service.


Priority baggage drop off

Check your baggage at special drop-off locations quickly.

Priority service at ticket/transfer desks

Access priority lanes at our ticket offices and transfer desks

Accelerated security and passport clearance*

Where available, access dedicated lines to help clear you through immigration and security faster

*Service not available at all airports.

Priority boarding

Board the aircraft first or at your leisure through the priority boarding lane

Priority baggage handling 

Grab your bag first off the carousel with priority delivery from the aircraft to the bag belt

Good news travels fast

The SkyPriority program started on March 1, 2012 when it was introduced for the first time at Taipei Taoyuan International Airport. This was followed shortly by most of our worldwide hubs such as Amsterdam, Atlanta, Beijing, Guangzhou, Nairobi, Paris, Rome and Seoul – among many others. Currently, our members have introduced SkyPriority at approximately 700 airports in the SkyTeam network. The roll-out will gradually continue, reaching over 1,000 airports in 2013.