Icelandair and Turkish Airlines ink airline codeshare
Flag carriers Icelandair and Turkish Airlines have signed an airline codeshare agreement.
The two airlines will offer their respective customers seamless connections and expand the number of destinations on both carriers’ networks.
Icelandair passengers in North America and Iceland can connect eastbound via Turkish Airlines’ network to Istanbul.
Turkish Airlines passengers will be able to connect westbound via Icelandair’s network to Iceland and Canada.
The airline codeshare agreement was inked at this week’s IATA’s AGM in Istanbul.
It allows the airlines’ passengers to travel on a single booking with luggage checked through to the final destination.
Turkish Airlines CEO, Bilal Ekşi said: “With this agreement we aim to enhance travel options and bring benefit to both airlines from a commercial perspective.”
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