JetBlue, Icelandair to Begin Codeshare Partnership

By Jesse Sokolow on 6 February 2015
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JetBlue planes in Washington, D.C.

JetBlue planes in Washington, D.C.

JetBlue Airways and Icelandair announced that the two have filed an application with the United States government to begin a codeshare agreement.

Under the agreement, JetBlue will be allowed to place its code on seven Icelandair routes between the U.S. and Keflavik International Airport in Reykjavik, as well as on eight Icelandair routes between Keflavik and Europe.  Destination cities include Boston, Newark, Orlando, and Seattle in the U.S., and Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Glasgow, Helsinki, and Stockholm in Europe, among others.

In addition, Icelandair will be able to place its code on JetBlue-operated flights from Boston and New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport to domestic destinations including Austin, Baltimore, Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles, Orlando, Pittsburgh, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C.

JetBlue and Icelandair have been interline partners since 2011.

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