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Articles tagged “codeshares”

Airlines

JetBlue to start doing real codeshares through JFK, though no global alliance yet

This is a smart move from JetBlue which by virtue of being the biggest domestic into the big U.S. international hub of JFK, is strategically placed very well with these real codeshare agreements.

JetBlue to start doing real codeshares through JFK, though no global alliance yet

Airlines

Delta Air Lines-Virgin Atlantic deal already impacting business travel

Delta is wooing new business travel accounts because of the Virgin Atlantic deal, and the most-loyal passengers will getting perks reserved for the few.

Delta Air Lines-Virgin Atlantic deal already impacting business travel

Airlines

Travelzoo faces $50,000 DOT fine for failing to display codeshare flights on travel ads

The ruling shows the liberties the DOT takes in defining a “ticket agent” and makes all companies involved in flight bookings responsible for the proper display of operator details.

Airlines

Airlines use high-speed rail to offer passengers faster connections

It's a win-win when airlines find ways to work with rail lines for trips under three hours. The passenges get to their destinations faster and the airlines open up slots for use on longer routes.

Airlines

Etihad tighten links in Europe: Code share agreement with Air France-KLM

This comes as Qatar joining Oneworld is being announced tomorrow, continuing the changes European airspace hub, driven primarily by outside forces like the Gulf airlines.

Airlines

British Airways and Japan Airlines begin more extensive codeshares starting October 1

This means more flights between major European cities and Japan, new JAL seats for London travelers, and the opportunity for top frequent fliers to earn points flying on either airline.

Airlines

What the Emirates and Qantas partnership means for passengers

What does it mean for passengers? The ability to book seats and combine frequent flier points on flights by either airline, stopovers in Dubai instead of Singapore, and no more Qantas flights to Frankfurt.

Airlines

Virgin Australia credits business travelers for its return to profitability

The airline derives over 20 percent of its revenue from business travel and has profited from partnerships with international airlines, as well as co-booking flights with other companies.