American Airlines Plans to Codeshare with Philippine Airlines

This codesharing agreement will see American Airlines taking advantage of the airlines’ joint business hub in Tokyo.

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Despite reducing the flights on its long-haul network to curb the coronavirus outbreak, the major American airline has announced medium-term plans for the future by codesharing with Philippines Airlines (PAL).

Under this new partnership, American Airlines would place its code on PAL flights serving the following: Manila – Honolulu, Manila – Guam, Manila – Tokyo, and Cebu – Tokyo.

Meanwhile, PAL would codeshare on eight of American’s domestic routes from Los Angeles, namely Atlanta, Denver, Houston, Las Vegas, Miami, New Orleans, Orlando, and Washington DC.

This codesharing agreement will see American Airlines taking advantage of the airlines’ joint business hub in Tokyo, while PAL will be able to transfer passengers onwards domestically in the U.S. from its Manila to Los Angeles route. 

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