JetBlue and Japan Airlines reach deal on code sharing agreement
JetBlue Airways Corp. and Japan Airlines said Tuesday that they reached a deal on a codeshare agreement that will make it easier for travellers to book flights between the U.S. East Coast and Japan.
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Since: Apr 08
#1 Apr 17, 2012
Correct me if I'm wrong. Japan Airlines is a OneWorld member as is American Airlines. OneWorld's purpose is to provide passengers seamless travel between partner members. So why is Japan Airlines initiating a Code Sharing agreement with JetBlue? Are they side stepping American Airlines?
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