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United, Singapore Gains Authority For U.S.-Singapore Code-Sharing
Star Alliance partners United and Singapore (SIA) gained blanket DOT authority for reciprocal U.S.-Singapore code sharing. Initially, United will place its code on SIA's Singapore-Madras flights and SIA will display its code on United's Singapore-Tokyo-San Francisco, San Francisco-Denver/Houston/Seattle and Los Angeles-Seattle flights, with services beginning Nov. 6, the carriers told DOT in their request. (Docket OST-00-7626)