Air New Zealand Limited makes most of its money by transporting passengers to destinations in the Asia/Pacific region, Europe, and North America; it also serves about two dozen cities in New Zealand. It operates a fleet of about 100 aircraft, including both jets and turbo-props. Air New Zealand extends its offerings by participating in the Star Alliance, a global marketing and code-sharing network that includes carriers such as Lufthansa and United Airlines. (Code-sharing allows airlines to sell tickets on one another's flights.) The New Zealand government owns 76% of Air New Zealand.