US Airways is asking regulators for permission to exit several code-share agreements as the carrier transitions from the Star Alliance to the Oneworld alliance of its new owner, American Airlines. The Phoenix-based carrier told the U.S. Transportation Dept. (DOT) it wants to end its code-share agreements with Singapore Airlines and Air New Zealand, both Star alliance members that the carrier began codesharing with in 2007. US Airways wants DOT to let it end the reciprocal code-share ...
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