Singapore Airlines and US Airways to Codeshare

Travel News Asia Thursday, 15 March 2007

From 1 June 2007, Singapore Airlines customers will be able to benefit from seamless travel between Singapore and three cities in the United States, thanks to a new codeshare agreement between Singapore Airlines and US Airways.

With this new collaboration, Singapore Airlines customers travelling to Las Vegas and Phoenix can do so conveniently, by connecting via Los Angeles or San Francisco, Singapore Airlines West Coast gateways, on US Airways services.

Customers heading to Charlotte, the largest city in North Carolina, can catch a connecting US Airways flight from New Yorks John F. Kennedy International Airport.

Conversely, US Airways customers travelling to Singapore will be able to connect on Singapore Airlines services from Los Angeles and San Francisco.

From the Singapore hub, US Airways customers can also easily connect onto codeshare flights operated by Singapore Airlines to popular destinations in Asia Pacific (Perth, Ho Chi Minh City, Bali, Jakarta and Banda Seri Begawan). US Airways will also codeshare on Singapore Airlines services to European gateways of Amsterdam, Zurich and Manchester.

This partnership will bring convenience and benefits to customers of both Star Alliance airlines, providing them with a link between Singapore and more US cities. This is a testament to the growing relationship between Singapore Airlines and US Airways, our Star Alliance partner, said Mr. Huang Cheng Eng, Singapore Airlines Executive Vice President, Marketing and the Regions.

Customers can purchase tickets for the services from mid May 2007 for travel from 1 June 2007 onwards. Members of Singapore Airlines  frequent flyer programme, KrisFlyer will be able to accrue miles when they fly on the codeshare flights or on the US Airways network. Likewise, miles will also be credited to US Airways customers' Dividend Miles programme when flying on Singapore Airlines flights. (Customers should check fare details as not every fare type may be eligible for frequent flyer mileage accrual.)

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