JetBlue Airways Less Shy About Forming Full Code-Share Partnerships

JetBlue Airways may soon implement two-way code-share partnerships, marking a departure from a strategy that favored simple interline agreements. JetBlue had one two-way code-share accord with U.S. regional Cape Air, but that ended in 2011 with JetBlue citing a preference for interlining. More...

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