Qatar Airways has finalised a codeshare agreement with Air Canada applicable for travel between Doha and Toronto. Sales have started, with the first flights to operate from December 15th.
Aeroflot and Brussels Airlines have signed a codeshare agreement to offer customers a bigger selection of flights and more flexibility when travelling between Brussels and Moscow.
Oman Air and Kenya Airways have expanded their codeshare cooperation, increasing the destinations available to guests. The carriers commenced their codeshare agreement covering services between Muscat and Nairobi in August 2017.
Flybe has announced that Star Alliance member Singapore Airlines has become its 11th codeshare partner. This means that starting this winter, regional customers using Flybe’s multi-frequency services from five UK airports including Aberdeen, Manchester and Southampton.
Delta Air Lines and WestJet have announced a code-sharing agreement on flights within the United States and Canada, further expanding the partnership between the two carriers. The code-share flights are available for purchase now for service beginning January 23rd, 2012.
American Airlines, British Airways and Iberia are celebrating the success of their transatlantic partnership at the deal reaches its first anniversary. More than 12 million people have travelled on joint business flights in the last year to 40 cities in North America and Europe.
Officials at the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission have provisionally approved a codeshare agreement between Singapore Airlines and Virgin Australia. Under the proposed alliance, the airlines will cooperate on all aspects of their Australia – Singapore services and any international and domestic connecting routes, including joint pricing and scheduling and joint marketing and sales.
airberlin and the Hungarian airline Malev will in future be offering their customers selected flights as codeshare services. The codeshare agreement applies to flights from October 30th 2011.
JetBlue Airways and TAM Airlines, the largest airline in Brazil, have announced a new interline partnership to connect travellers to Brazil and beyond via New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport and Orlando International Airport.
From today, Lufthansa customers can book the new codeshare flights with Lufthansa’s cooperation partner JetBlue. From 11 November 2009, the US carrier will be providing seamless onward connections, which can then also be booked under a Lufthansa flight number, via New York and Boston to a number of interesting destinations in the United States and Puerto Rico