News
Trulli
Aircraft at Los Angeles International Airport (Photo: AirlineGeeks | James Dinsdale)

American and JetBlue Ink New Agreement

JetBlue Airways and American Airlines announced a new partnership on Wednesday in a joint press release that aims to create more connectivity options for passengers. The association includes an alliance agreement that proposes codeshare benefits and loyalty programs that will improve the offers of each operator in New York and Boston, providing strategic growth and added value for customers and team members of both airlines, the press release states. American will also launch international service from New York-FK to Tel…

Azul and LATAM Brasil Team Up Through Domestic Codeshare Agreement

In a move that was unexpected by the market, Azul Linhas Aéreas and LATAM Airlines Brasil have announced a domestic codeshare agreement and a partnership between their frequent-flier programs, TudoAzul and LATAM Pass. The two are, respectively, the third and first airlines in Brazil by pre-COVID-19 domestic traffic, and plan…

Delta and LATAM Announce Loyalty Agreement, Roll-Out First Codeshare Operations

The partnership between Delta Air Lines and LATAM Airlines Group, signed in September 2019, saw another important step announced this week. From April 1, frequent fliers of both carriers will count with reciprocity of miles earnings and redemptions. The reciprocity for Delta SkyMiles and LATAM Pass members will be valid…

Qatar Airways Begins Codeshare Agreement with Bulgaria Air

Qatar Airways is nnouncing a codeshare agreement with Bulgaria Air that will allow the Bulgaria national carrier to offer a range of flights to Africa, the Middle East as well as in Asia. Qatar Airways, on the other hand, will be able to access new destinations in Bulgaria with the…

LATAM Launches Codeshare Agreement with Malaysia Airlines

Last September, LATAM made headlines as it announced an almost two-billion-dollar cash injection from Delta which would see joint collaboration between both carriers across The Americas. Although the deal would inevitably see the South American carrier depart the oneworld Alliance and benefit from Delta’s network instead, the airline is looking…

British Airways Starts Codeshare with Royal Air Maroc

British Airways and Royal Air Maroc have announced a new codeshare agreement which will allow new routes across Morocco including Casablanca and Agadir.  It will also give customers more flight flexibility between London Heathrow and Marrakesh. Casablanca also serves as an ideal hub for connections onto other Royal Air Maroc…

American Airlines and GOL Announce Codeshare Agreement

This Tuesday, American Airlines and GOL, Brazil's largest airline, announced a mutual codeshare agreement, which will allow both airlines to increase their respective networks in their peer's home markets. The agreement is still pending regulators' approvals. American says the partnership will be present in 53 flights operated by GOL, departing…

India’s SpiceJet Cooperates with Middle East Airlines, Signs Codeshare Agreements

SpiceJet, an Indian low-cost carrier, has signed a codeshare and interline agreement with Emirates. According to the agreement, the passengers are allowed to book both airlines’ flights from November 25 for travel starting on December 15. Emirates currently provides 170 weekly services from Dubai to nine destinations in India, where…

Avianca Announces Codesharing with Gol

Colombian carrier Avianca has announced that it has reached a codeshare agreement with Brazilian carrier Gol. The agreement between the two carriers comes a few weeks after Avianca announced another codeshare agreement with another Brazilian carrier, Azul. It is worth noting that the two new codeshare arrangements with Brazilian carriers…

Reports: Qatar Airways To Purchase Stake in TAAG Angola Airlines

Qatar Airways, the state-owned airline of Qatar, is interested in acquiring a 39 percent stake of the also state-owned TAAG - Linhas Aéreas de Angola, from the sub-Saharan nation of Angola according to information published by Novo Jornal in Angola. Though 39 percent would not grant to Qatar the position…