Singapore Airlines expands Codesharing Agreement with Virgin Atlantic

Travel News Asia Monday, 20 November 2006

Singapore Airlines is expanding its co-operation with Virgin Atlantic to enable customers of both airlines to enjoy more choice when they fly between Australia, the UK, the United States, the Middle East and Singapore.

From 1 December 2006, Singapore Airlines customers can fly on from London to Los Angeles, San Francisco or Dubai on Virgin Atlantic services, and from the 1 January 2007 Virgin Atlantic customers will be able to travel on Singapore Airlines services between London and Sydney via Singapore.

The expansion of the codeshare agreement is the latest in a series of commercial arrangements between the two airlines that include a reciprocal frequent flyer relationship, a joint lounge access agreement and round-the-world-fares. The present codeshare agreement allows customers of Singapore Airlines to travel on Virgin Atlantics services between Boston, Washington and Miami via London, and between Manchester and Orlando. Virgin Atlantic customers may travel on Singapore Airlines services between London and Singapore and Manchester and Singapore.

Singapore Airlines and Virgin Atlantic will continue to offer reciprocal privileges to the members of their respective frequent flyer programmes, meaning that miles accrued on either airline can be used to fly on the other airline.

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