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JetBlue and British Airways Seek Code-Share Agreement

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JetBlue and British Airways Seek Code-Share Agreement

JetBlue Airways revealed this week that it is seeking approval from the Department of Transportation for a code-share agreement with British Airways.

The code-share agreement, which was first reported by Paxex.Aero, includes 75 destinations in the United States and 17 cities in Europe. 39 U.S. destination are from New York and 36 from Boston. Many more destinations could be added in the future.

Pending DOT approval, customers would be able to seamlessly book a single ticket for travel on both airlines. That means an expanded network of destinations across Europe for JetBlue and also in the U.S. British Airways customers.

JetBlue has adding service to Europe in recent years and it now flies to Paris, Amsterdam, Dublin, Edinburgh, and London.

The DOT filing does not include any other forms of cooperation, such as reciprocal loyalty program benefits.

This latest move from JetBlue comes a year after a federal judge ended its Northeast Alliance with American Airlines, and more recently the failed merger attempt with Spirit Airlines.

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