London on Jetstar radar

Hadley, Melissa
August 2006
Travel Weekly Australia;8/18/2006, p3
Trade Publication
The article reports on Qantas Airways Ltd.'s decision to seek approval from the International Air Services Commission for a Jetstar codeshare for some of its flights. The company is seeking to introduce codeshare flights on the route Australia to Singapore and from Singapore to London, England. The codeshare agreement will provide more flexibility to the company.


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