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Air France and Etihad Airways Expand Codeshare Network

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Etihad Airways and Air France have increased the number of codeshare destinations in Africa, Asia, Australia and Europe for summer 2013.

Now placing its EY flight code on Air France flights between Paris-Charles de Gaulle (CDG), Oslo and Stockholm, Etihad Airways expects to build on the existing joint codeshare routes from Paris-CDG to Bordeaux, Copenhagen, Madrid, Nice and Toulouse.

Subject to further regulatory approvals, Etihad Airways expects to be able to place its EY code soon on Air France flights between Paris-CDG, Lisbon and Marseilles. The UAE flag carrier flies twice daily between Abu Dhabi and Paris.

Air France is placing its AF code on Etihad Airways daily flights from Abu Dhabi to the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, and to two cities in Australia Melbourne and Sydney. The French carrier also expects to be able to place its AF code shortly on Etihad Airways services between Singapore and Brisbane.

Furthermore and subject to regulatory approvals, Air France foresees placing its AF code on routes between Abu Dhabi and Kathmandu.

The airline already places its AF code on Etihad Airways operated flights between Paris-CDG and Abu Dhabi, and onwards to Colombo, Mah (Seychelles) and Male (Maldives).

Dominique Patry, Vice President International Affairs and Alliances at Air France said, Our strategic partnership with Etihad Airways continues to flourish and, as a result of the expansion of codeshare services, our travellers now have enhanced access to Abu Dhabi and to key cities in Africa, Australia Asia and Europe."

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