United Airlines has ended its joint venture with Aer Lingus on the Washington DC to Madrid route. The service will cease at the end of October. “We notified Aer Lingus last week of our intent to exercise our right to terminate the enhanced code share on August 1st for service between Washington-Dulles and Madrid,” said United in a statement. “The termination takes effect 90 days after the notification, so the flights will continue through the end of October.” United said it would maintain other codeshare flights with Aer Lingus and would continue to serve Madrid via its hub in Newark.

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