Korean Air and Etihad expand codeshare

Dino D'Amore
By Dino D'Amore October 22, 2013 21:37

Korean Air and Etihad expand codeshare

Korean Air and Etihad Airways have expanded their code-share agreement to include the Middle-East and Africa.

Since mid-September, Korean Air has put its airline “KE” code on the Abu Dhabi-Johannesburg and Abu Dhabi-Muscat routes operated by Etihad Airways. In addition, the code share will be extended to include Abu Dhabi-Khartoum (subject to approval from Sudanese government). The code share flights between Dhabi-Muscat operate twice a week and the flights between Abu Dhabi – Johannesburg operate three times a week. Abu Dhabi – Khartoum flights will operate five times a week.

Korean Air has implemented a mileage partnership with Etihad Airways, allowing Korean Air Skypass members to earn frequent flyer points with Etihad Airways.

Dino D'Amore
By Dino D'Amore October 22, 2013 21:37
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