Posted on: 29 May 2014 by Mark Howells
JetBlue Airways and Singapore Airlines have filed an application with the US Department of Transportation to enter into a bilateral codeshare agreement.
The two airlines, which have been interline partners since 2011, say the expanded partnership would provide customers with seamless connections, combining flights on both carriers and easily facilitating one-stop ticketing and baggage check-in. Flights utilising the codeshare will go on sale once regulatory approval is given.
Under the proposed codeshare, JetBlue customers would have access to five new cities in Europe and Asia, while Singapore Airlines customers would have access to 16 destinations in the US.