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Delta Finally Brings Back the Part of an Interline Agreement with American That Matters Most

It has been more than two years since Delta effectively killed its interline agreement with American. Now, after several painful... Read More

Delta Eats Crow, Partially Restores Interline Agreement With American Airlines

Two years ago Delta and American eliminated their interline agreement the most basic level of airline cooperation. That's the agreement necessary to allow flights on the two airlines to exist on the same time, and that's necessary for...Show More Summary

Delta Came Back to American Hat in Hand to Be Able to Re-accommodate Customers

This morning we learned that Delta and American re-started their interline agreement allowing each airline to book seats on the other carrier in the event of irregular operations. It's limited to this re-accommodation function, but that's...Show More Summary

American & Delta Restore Their Interline Agreement

In September 2015, American and Delta discontinued their interline agreement. An interline agreement is one of the lowest levels of cooperation between airlines, as it's less involved than a joint venture, an alliance, a partnership,...Show More Summary

Interline Agreement Between Delta Air Lines and American Airlines Resumes as of January 24, 2018?

2 months agoTravel / Air Travel : The Gate

The interline agreement between Delta Air Lines and American Airlines resumes on Wednesday, January 24, 2018 after Delta Air Lines had discontinued it on Tuesday, September 15, 2015 — which is two years, four months and nine days ago...Show More Summary

Hawaiian Air Signs an Interline Agreement with Jetstar

Hawaii’s largest airline is increasing its reach, but not by expanding its routes.  No, instead, Hawaiian Air signs an interline agreement with Jetstar. Hawaiian Airlines has been expanding at a record pace recently.  Thanks to the Airline’s new fleet of Airbus A321neo aircraft, Hawaiian has been aggressively expanding across the U.S. Show More Summary

Interline Agreements Vs. Codeshare Agreements Vs. Alliances Vs. Joint Ventures

Airline partnerships are more complex and advanced than ever before, both for the better and worse. About 20 years ago the Star Alliance was formed, which was revolutionary at the time. SkyTeam and oneworld quickly joined the scene, and while they all still exist, the focus lately has been on joint ventures. Show More Summary

You Can Now Earn JetBlue Points For Travel On Icelandair

JetBlue has quite a few airline partners, most of which consist of interline and codeshare agreements, which allow you to seamlessly book travel and connect on two airlines. Notably, they partner with Emirates, Etihad, and Qatar, and...Show More Summary

Customer Friendly? United Drops Interline Agreements With 5 Middle Eastern Airlines

Actions speak louder than words. That was the message from United CEO Oscar Munoz in an email to customers last week in which he continued to apologize for the incident in which Dr. Dao was forcibly removed from his flight. The airline...Show More Summary

It’s Time for American and Delta to Reinstate Their Interline Agreement

I’ve wanted to write this post for a long time. In fact, I’ve had a blank post with this title... Read More

Air Canada and Silver Airways sign interline agreement

Air Canada seems to be on a fast track of ‘network expansion’. Adding to its recent codeshare agreements with Virgin Australia and Cathay Pacific, Air Canada has now formed an interline agreement with Fort Lauderdale, Florida based Silver Airways. Show More Summary

Navig8 Tankers Pact with CMB

Navig8 Chemical Tankers Inc. has signed sale and leaseback agreements with CMB Financial Leasing Co. Ltd. (CMB) for three of its IMO2 37,000 dwt Interline coated tankers.

Scoot to interline on Virgin’s Melbourne-Tasmania flights

In what might be called the airline equivalent of a relationship rather than a marriage the low cost carrier Scoot has struck up an interline agreement both ways between Melbourne and Hobart and Launceston on full service Virgin Australia flights. Scoot is 100 percent owned by Singapore Airlines which also owns 22.8 percent of Virgin […]

What Are The Implications Of An American & LATAM Joint Venture?

There are several levels of cooperation airlines can have, ranging from interline agreements to alliances to codeshares to joint ventures. Over the past few years we've seen a trend where the alliances have become less of a priority,...Show More Summary

The Only Thing Shocking About Delta Ending Its Interline Agreement With Emirates is That It Took This Long

It happened so quietly that very few people seemed to notice, but over the holiday weekend, Delta ended its interline... Read More

Delta Plays Hardball #762, Eliminates Interline Agreement With Emirates

Delta has ended its interline ticketing and baggage agreement with Emirates. An interline agreement is the most basic agreement and major airlines almost always have those with each other. Ending the interline agreement means neither airline will sell tickets on the other. Show More Summary

Official Statement From Delta Air Lines Ending Interline Agreement With Emirates Airline

2 years agoTravel / Air Travel : The Gate

A statement released from Delta Air Lines announced that its interline ticketing agreement with Emirates Airline will be discontinued effective as of Saturday, November 28, 2015. Here is the statement in its entirety... The post Official Statement From Delta Air Lines Ending Interline Agreement With Emirates Airline appeared first on The Gate.

American and Delta to scrap the interline agreement

Delta and American have decided to end their interline agreement that allowed them to put their passengers on each other’s flights during irregular operations (IRROPS) situations. With this change, now passengers of two of the biggest airlines have reduced number of options available to them for being accommodated onto other flights. Show More Summary

Delta’s Reason For Killing Its Interline Agreement With American Makes No Sense

American and Delta have announced that they’ll be ending their interline agreement on September 14. I immediately assumed this was... Read More

American Retaliates Against Delta, Ramps Up New York LaGuardia

Delta refused to renew its interline agreement with American at standard industry pricing that allowed the two airlines to accommodate each others' passengers in the event of irregular operations. Now it looks like American is hitting...Show More Summary

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