Singapore Airlines is extending its reach into the United States through an expanded codeshare agreements with Star Alliance partner Asiana Airlines and US carrier JetBlue.
The Asiana arrangement sees Singapore Airlines codesharing on Asiana flights between Seoul’s Incheon Airport and Honolulu, Seattle and Los Angeles.
With four daily flights between Singapore’s Changi Airport and Incheon, SQ’s customers can enjoy a South Korean stopover before flying non-stop to three new destinations.
Singapore Airlines will continue its daily Boeing 777-300ER flights from Seoul to San Francisco, offering the airline’s new first and business class seats.
Meanwhile, Singapore Airline's reciprocal codeshare with JetBlue Airways will cover 16 key cities in the United States, including:
- Austin, Texas
- Boston, Massachusetts
- Buffalo, New York
- Charlotte, North Carolina
- Chicago, Illinois (O’Hare)
- Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood, Florida
- Houston, Texas
- Jacksonville, Florida
- Orlando, Florida
- New Orleans, Louisiana
- Portland, Maine
- Rochester, New York
- Syracuse, New York
- Tampa, Florida
- Washington D.C. (Dulles)
- West Palm Beach, Florida
In turn, JetBlue is set to codeshare on selected Singapore Airlines flights to/from the U.S., including:
- Los Angeles (LAX) – Tokyo (NRT) – Singapore (SIN)
- New York (JFK) – Frankfurt (FRA) – Singapore (SIN)
- San Francisco (SFO) – Hong Kong (HKG) – Singapore (SIN)
- San Francisco (SFO) – Seoul (ICN) – Singapore (SIN)
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