Singapore Airlines and Avianca ink codeshare deal
August 21, 2017: Singapore Airlines (SIA) and Latin-American carrier Avianca have signed an agreement to codeshare on each other’s flights with effect from September 2017.
Under the new agreement, SIA customers will have wider connections to Bogotá, Colombia, Avianca´s major hub location. SIA will add its ‘SQ’ designator code to Avianca-operated flights from its European gateways at Barcelona and London to Bogotá. In turn, Avianca will add its ‘AV’ designator code to SIA-operated flights between Singapore and both Barcelona and London.
The codeshare flights will be made available for sale across all sales channels on SIA and Avianca progressively, beginning September 2017.
“This new codeshare agreement with Star Alliance partner Avianca provides our customers with seamless connections to Bogotá, the financial and commercial centre of Colombia. It is another example of our commitment to continuously expand our network to offer customers greater accessibility and travel options,” said Tan Kai Ping, senior vice president Marketing Planning, SIA.
“The signing of this codeshare agreement with Singapore Airlines, allows us to expand our route network and to offer our customers an even broader connection with the world while maintaining excellent standards of service,” said Juan Ricardo Castillo, managing director of Alliances and Airline Partners, Avianca.
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