American Airlines Announces Codeshare Agreement with China Southern

By Anna Breuer on 16 January 2018
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An American Airlines 777-300ER

An American Airlines 777-300ER

American Airlines and China Southern Airlines announced on Tuesday a new codeshare agreement as well as a new interline agreement.

The move follows American’s $200 million investment in China Southern, which closed in August.

American will be able to place its code on a total of nine China Southern routes from Beijing Capital International Airport, including flights to Changsa, Chongqing, Guangzhou, Harbin, Nanning, and Shezhen, while China Southern will be able to place its code on seven domestic American routes including Los Angeles to Chicago and Philadelphia, Phoenix to Los Angeles (one-way only), and San Francisco to Dallas and Phoenix.

The codeshare will go into effect for flights starting on January 18.

The interline agreement will provide American Airlines passengers with access to over 100 destinations in China served by China Southern.

(Photo: Accura Media Group)

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