Virgin American is targeting Asian carriers for code-share deals as it seeks to expand its international partnerships, a senior executive tells Aviation Week. The California-based low-cost carrier recently announced a code-share deal with Singapore Airlines (SIA), its third such deal after Virgin Australia and Hawaiian Airlines. The deal provides Virgin America with feed into its domestic network from SIA’s four gateways—Tokyo’s Narita International Airport, Singapore Changi ...
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