Why do airlines codeshare ?

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Micl

Member since 25 Oct 2010

Total posts 1

Why do airlines codeshare ? Isn't it a bit like Coke and Pepsi agreeing to help each other out?

danwarne

Qantas

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.

gilbo

Member since 26 Oct 2010

Total posts 1

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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