Singapore Airlines and Thai Airways have announced a new strategic partnership that, eventually, will expand into an almost worldwide codeshare arrangement. Depending on regulatory approval to confirm the Memorandum of Understanding, the first phase will start in the...
Virgin Atlantic and LATAM Airlines Group have asked the US Department of Transportation (DOT) for authorization to launch a codeshare agreement allowing to carry passengers between the United Kingdom, Chile, Peru, and Colombia via the United States. Virgin already has...
Almost six years to the day since their first announcement, British Airways, and Qatar Airways said today that they will complete the expansion of their Joint Business Partnership. The two carriers claim they offer the largest joint airline business, which includes...
United Airlines and Emirates have confirmed their new extensive partnership, which will grow the presence of the US carrier in Dubai and give the Gulf airline more access to United’s US network. The codeshare partnership was expected for some weeks but confirmed...
Emirates and Air Canada intend to establish a new codeshare partnership later this year. The partnership is the second for Emirates in Canada after the existing one with WestJet. The two airlines say that the codeshare will offer “enhanced consumer travel choices for...
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