Air New Zealand to revenue share with United in NZ-US routes

Paul McBeth
Thu, 10 Mar 2016

By Paul McBeth March 11 (BusinessDesk) - Air New Zealand will deepen its tie-up with United Airlines with a revenue-sharing arrangement on New Zealand-US routes.  The agreement will come into effect from July 1 when United launches its San Francisco-Auckland route and will see the carriers promote and sell each others' services between New Zealand and the US, Air New Zealand said in a statement. The airlines currently codeshare on United's network in the US and to international destinations, and Air New Zealand's network across the Pacifi...

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