Member since 25 Oct 2010
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Why do airlines codeshare ? Isn't it a bit like Coke and Pepsi agreeing to help each other out?
Member since 24 Oct 2010
Total posts 22
I can't profess to be an expert in this, but one obvious answer is that it allows them to give a traveller an end-to-end itinerary under, say, Qantas, when they don't actually have enough demand to make flying a route economical by themselves.
Member since 26 Oct 2010
It's really disappointing when at the last minute, you realise your long haul flight which you thought was Qantas is in fact now a Jetstar codeshare...
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