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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Philippine Airlines (PAL) and Bangkok Airways are code-sharing to expand connections for passengers traveling between Manila and Thailand.
Philippines Airlines (PAL) and Royal Brunei Airlines (RB) are now code-sharing flights between the Philippines and Brunei, effective mid-August 2017.
Muscat, Aug 16 (ONA) Oman Air, the Sultanate's national carrier, is committed to provide its customers with multiple options by signing code-sharing agreements.
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.
NATIONAL carrier Cyprus Airways (CY) yesterday announced a code-sharing agreement for transatlantic flights with Britain's second largest airline Virgin Atlantic.
The new code-sharing arrangements are a consequence of the merger of the two airlines earlier this year.
These investigations focus on a particular type of code-sharing arrangement where these airlines have agreed to sell seats on each others' flights on the Germany-Turkey and Belgium-Portugal routes, where both companies already operate their own flights between their own hubs ("parallel hub-to-hub code-sharing").
Air France, a France-based airline company, has entered into a mutual code-sharing agreement with Rossiya, a Russia-based airline.
Russia has agreed with Japan to eliminate restrictions on code-sharing operations between Japanese and European airlines over Siberia, the transport ministry said Monday.
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.