Codesharing

Codesharing,

Definition of Codesharing:

  1. A commercial arrangement beween two airlines whereby one sells seats on a flight operated by the other, with each airline using their own flight number.

  2. Reciprocal agreement through which two or more airlines offer their passengers one-booking, one-ticket, and (if there is no stopover) one check-in flight to a destination only one of them serves (with no loss of frequent-flier mileage). In this arrangement, the airlines share (for all legs of the flight) the same two-letter code that identifies the carrier in the Global Distribution System (GDS) used by travel agents.

  3. (of airlines) enter into a commercial arrangement whereby one sells seats on a flight operated by the other, with each airline using their own flight number.

How to use Codesharing in a sentence?

  1. Theyre doing a code-share with Air India.

Meaning of Codesharing & Codesharing Definition