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Air Canada and Oceanair Linhas Aereas (Avianca Brazil) have announced a code-share partnership to improve travel services in Brazil, beginning this month.

The agreement, which is subject to approval from the Canadian Transportation Agency, will allow Air Canada to put its AC code on Avianca Brazil flights to Brazilian destinations.

The destinations included in the agreement Rio de Janeiro Galeao, Brasilia, Salvador da Bahia, Sao Paulo Guarulhos, Curitiba, Fortaleza, Porto Alegre, Florianopolis and Recife.

Flybe Group has signed a code-share pact with Air India to enhance its services for customers travelling to long-haul destinations.

"The agreement allows Flybe travellers to fly from Edinburgh, Belfast City, and Glasgow to New Delhi, India."

The agreement allows Flybe travellers to fly from Edinburgh, Belfast City, and Glasgow to New Delhi, India.

Air India will place its marketing code on flights operated by Flybe, effective from June 2016.

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Singapore Airlines is negotiating a code-share agreement with passenger transport service provider Air France-KLM.

The agreement includes a possible extension of the Singapore Airlines-Air France service, with connecting flights from the countries’ capitals.


Image: Air Canada is headquartered in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Photo: courtesy of Caribb.