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Code Sharing in International Airlines

Code Sharing in International Airlines

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Published by Prashant Rampuria

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Published by: Prashant Rampuria on Oct 25, 2009
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Presented By: Group 4PGDM-IB2008-10
What is Code Sharing
Aviation Business Term first coined in 1989 byQantas Airways and American Airlines.In 1990 the Australian Airline, Qantas Airwaysand the U.S’s American Airlines combinedservices between an array of U.S. domesticcities and Australian cities creating the first Codeshare arrangement.It refers to a practice where a flight operated byan airline is jointly marketed as a flight for one or more other airlines.
The term "code" refers to the identifier used inflight schedule, generally the 2-character IATAairline designator code and flight number. Thus,XX123, flight 123 operated by the airline XX,might also be sold by airline YY as YY456 andby ZZ as ZZ9876. The airline that actually operates the flight (theone providing the plane, the crew and theground handling services) is called the
operating carrier 
. The company or companiesthat sell tickets for that flight but do not actuallyoperate it are called
marketing carriers
or validating carriers.

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