Delta Air Lines’ enhanced code-share agreement with GOL Linhas Aereas Inteligentes excludes the Brazilian carrier from maintaining any other U.S. code-share partnership, in effect ending its two-year relationship with American Airlines. The new “strategic alliance” also includes a $100 million investment by Delta in return for a seat on the Brazilian operator’s board of directors. The two carriers also agreed to a joint sales arrangement, with GOL selling Delta tickets in Brazil and ...

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