Juneyao Airlines, one of the leading
private-owned airlines in mainland China and the first 'Connecting
Partner' of Star Alliance, is to codeshare with Japan's ANA from
25 March 2018.
According to the codeshare agreement, Juneyao Airlines will place
its "HO" code on ANA operated Sino-Japan trunk routes
connecting Shanghai Pudong to Tokyo Haneda, Nagoya and Osaka
Kansai, and also beyond routes in domestic Japan to Tokyo Haneda,
Sapporo and Naha from Osaka Kansai.
place its "NH" code on Juneyao operated Shanghai Pudong - Tokyo
Haneda, Nagoya, Osaka Kansai and Nanjing - Osaka Kansai flights.
Passengers will also see "NH" code on Juneyao operated Chinese
domestic flights from Shanghai Pudong to Chongqing, Xi'an, Harbin
In addition, both parties will set up transit counters in
Shanghai Pudong and Osaka Kansai airport so that they can offer a seamless
experience for transit passengers.
Both sides have agreed to start codeshare sales
through both official channels and authorized agencies from 22 March
Besides the codeshare,
Juneyao Airlines and ANA have agreed to enhance their
FFP cooperation. The new FFP partnership will start on the same day
the codeshare implementation and will allow customers from Juneyao
Air Club and ANA Mileage Club to earn miles on certain classes and
redeem flights of both sides.
What's more, both carriers will
offer priority privileges for elite members on codeshare flights,
including priority check-in, priority baggage handling, priority
boarding, extra baggage allowance and lounge access.
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