2022 will be a “transitional year” for US low-cost carrier JetBlue. It plans to pull “meaningful levers” to restore its earnings and improve on costs after reporting a $182 million net loss for 2021, including a $129 million loss in the fourth quarter on January 27....
Today, Virgin Atlantic and LATAM Brazil launched a codeshare agreement. Both airlines are looking to increase their connectivity, giving Virgin’s customers more destinations across Brazil and LATAM travelers more options from Heathrow International Airport. The...
Some two months since launching services as the successor to Alitalia, ITA Airways has been steadily announcing codeshare agreements with partner airlines. The latest is with Kenya Airways, which offers new opportunities to African travelers. ITA Airways expands its...
airBaltic and Emirates have entered a codeshare agreement, which should open up markets to both carriers. The Baltic carrier will be able to tap on Emirates’ vast long-haul network, while the Dubai-based airline will get new opportunities in Northern Europe. airBaltic...
Emirates and Garuda Indonesia have signed a memorandum of understanding on codeshare covering both carriers, and opportunities to cooperate on each other’s frequent flyer programs. This makes Emirates the second United Arab Emirates-based carrier Garuda is codesharing...
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