code-sharing


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code-sharing

n
(Commerce) a commercial agreement between two airlines that allows passengers to use a ticket from one airline to travel on another
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Germany gave Etihad Airways a final deadline to finish code-sharing on 31 routes with Air Berlin, stating that the Emirati carrier must find an another solution for the connections by January 15.
American Airlines is code-sharing on the Chicago flights; therefore, WestJet guests have the ability to earn either WestJet dollars or AAdvantage miles when booking these services.
Canadian carrier WestJet on Monday said that it has launched a code-sharing arrangement with South Korean carrier Korean Air.
The application proposes that code-sharing operations begin on March 25, 2007.
Code-sharing is a marketing arrangement in which an airline places its designator code on a flight operated by another airline and sells and issues tickets for that flight.
El Al currently has code-sharing agreements with American Airlines, Delta and Swiss.
As part of what's called a code-sharing agreement, American will be able to sell tickets on British Airways connecting flights from London's Heathrow Airport to other destinations in Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East as if they were American flights.
Artifact Enterprise enables organizations to set up and manage their own code-sharing network.
Japan Airlines (JAL) and Swiss International Airlines said Thursday they have concluded a business tie-up agreement on code-sharing.
Li added that, "In January this year, China Southern and Air France jointly launched Guangzhou-Paris service under a code-share arrangement and in August we began code-sharing with Korean Air on each other's Incheon - Shenyang routes.
Code-sharing is a common industry practice in which an airline sells seats on flights using its own designator code, but the flights are operated by a separate airline.
The Embassy of Jordan said that the application proposes that code-sharing operations commence on 25 March 2007.