Member since 15 Mar 2017
Total posts 20
So I'm trying understand the relationship VA has with Phillipine Airlines. It is in the in flight magazine but for the life of me can't find more details.
Member since 17 Sep 2015
Total posts 73
Maybe VA is using 'partnership' in an extremely loose sense to indicate, as occurs, that normally PR passengers booked to or from other Australian domestic (or some VA international ports like NAN) will normally travel on VA and not QF/JQ.
I should have added that PR is not in any major alliance such as *Alliance, SkyTeam or OneWorld. Some find this annoying, especially since Philippines has developed so much economically.
Member since 29 Nov 2018
Total posts 14
I assume it's just an interlining arrangement?
This is the thing. The only reference is in the inflight magazine. Which is up to date as of yesterday because it was like ANZ who?
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Member since 04 Nov 2017
Total posts 69
Looks like it's just VA's interline partners (tickets can be bought via third party travel agents or even the airlines' website).
Member since 21 Mar 2011
Total posts 428
Interline partnership does not equal frequent flyer relationship, that is the important thing to note.
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