Lufthansa and Air China should begin a joint venture between China and Europe as early as this year’s winter schedule, giving improved market access to the German airline and cooperation with a competitive partner to the Chinese carrier. The two Star Alliance airlines also propose to collaborate more closely in maintenance, repair and overhaul services. A joint venture agreement, a step beyond selling tickets on each others’ aircraft under a codeshare deal, involves sharing the ...

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