United Airlines has entered into a revenue-sharing joint business agreement with Aerovías del Continente Americano (Avianca) and Compañía Panameña de Aviación, (Copa). This long-term revenue sharing arrangement among United, Avianca and Copa covers routes between the United States and Central and South America (excluding Brazil), and is similar to United’s three existing revenue-sharing joint business agreements. The arrangement is subject to regulatory approval in the United States and several jurisdictions in Central and South America. The agreement will allow the companies to act as one airline in the market, allowing the carriers to join networks between the US and 19
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