A new code-share agreement between Taiwan’s China Airlines and Qantas represents the latest step in the Australian carrier’s drive to expand its Asian network. Under the deal, Qantas will place its code on China Airlines’ flights from Brisbane and Sydney to Taipei--routes that Qantas offers as a one-stop connecting service. The agreement does not apply to any routes beyond Taipei or Australian domestic routes, a Qantas official says. However, the carriers do have interline ...
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