Articles tagged “interline”

American and Delta Will Collaborate Again in Rebooking Passengers During Flight Disruptions

American and Delta Will Collaborate Again in Rebooking Passengers During Flight Disruptions

Brian Sumers, Skift

American and Delta once again will take care of each other's customers when flights are delayed or canceled. For travelers, that's good news. The two giant airlines stopped cooperating in 2015, and passengers have been hurt.

12 months ago

Czech Website Creates Itineraries From Low-Cost and Legacy Carriers

Czech Website Creates Itineraries From Low-Cost and Legacy Carriers

Sean O'Neill, Skift

The conventional wisdom is that major online travel agencies make it impossible for their smaller counterparts to break through. Kiwi.com is challenging that thesis, though it is very much early days.

1 year ago

Southwest Wants to Start Working With More International Airlines

Southwest Wants to Start Working With More International Airlines

Brian Sumers, Skift

It makes sense that Southwest is finally realizing what other airlines have known for years — partnering with international airlines makes good business sense.

2 years ago

Delta’s Hardline Stance Limits its Ability to Rebook Passengers on Rival Airlines

Delta’s Hardline Stance Limits its Ability to Rebook Passengers on Rival Airlines

Brian Sumers, Skift

A good operational meltdown like Delta's should make travelers nostalgic for the good old days, when carriers regularly cooperated to help each other's passengers.

2 years ago