Korean Air has expanded its codeshare ties with
Uzbekistan Airways into mutual free-sale agreement. This means
that either airline will be able to book and sell seats on the
partner airline’s passenger flight without restriction, as long as
the inventory is open.
Previously, the relationship was single-sided, in which only Uzbekistan Airways placed its code on Korean Air
With the new agreement, Korean Air customers will be
able to choose from a wider schedule than before when traveling
to Central Asia.
Korean Air operates three roundtrip flights a
week between Seoul (Incheon International Airport) and Tashkent,
and Uzbekistan Airways has two flights a week on the same route.
The expanded arrangement allows Korean Air customers to fly
Korean Air and accrue Skypass miles on all five flights.
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