JetBlue, Singapore Airlines to Launch New Codeshare

By Jesse Sokolow on 29 May 2014
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A Singapore Airlines plane taking off from San Francisco

A Singapore Airlines plane taking off from San Francisco

JetBlue Airways and Singapore Airlines announced plans for a new codeshare agreement.  The two carriers filed an application with the Department of Justice for the proposed codeshare, which is pending government approval.

Under the agreement, Singapore Airlines will be allowed to place its code on JetBlue-operated flights to 16 U.S. destinations from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport, including Austin, Boston, Charlotte, Fort Lauderdale, Houston, New Orleans, Syracuse, and Tampa.

In addition, JetBlue will be able to place its code on Singapore Airlines-operated flights to and from the United States, including the carrier’s Los Angeles-Tokyo Narita-Singapore, New York JFK-Frankfurt-Singapore, San Francisco-Hong Kong-Singapore, and San Francisco-Seoul-Singapore routes.

JetBlue and Singapore first became interline partners in 2011, and the proposed codeshare agreement will be the first between the two airlines.

(Photo: Accura Media Group)

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