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Smoother Air

Interlines, codeshares, JVs and alliances –what airlines are doing to make the going easier for travelers

Relationships among airlines used to be simple. In the pre-deregulation era before 1978, the Civil Aeronautics Board told airlines when, where and how often they could fly. “Interlining” with another carrier was about the only way airlines could extend their reach beyond their own carefully-circumscribed route structure. Passengers could fly, say, on Eastern Airlines between Miami and Dallas by first catching Eastern up to Atlanta and then transferring to Delta for the remaining leg to Dallas. Their bags would tag along.
Simple enough.

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