SIA inks Alaska Airlines code share

Singapore Airlines (SIA) has signed an agreement to code share on flights operated by Alaska Airlines, in a move that will expand SIA’s footprint in the North American market. Subject to regulatory approvals, the agreement will take effect on 27 September 2017.
 
Under the agreement, Singapore Airlines will add its ‘SQ’ designator code to Alaska Airlines-operated flights on routes serving 18 destinations within the US and to Mexico. Existing code-share flights operated by Virgin America on routes serving 19 destinations within the US will also be included under the new agreement. Virgin America was acquired by Alaska Air Group in 2016.
 
Members of Singapore Airlines’ and Alaska Airlines’ frequent flyer programs, KrisFlyer and Mileage Plan, will also be able to earn miles when travelling on flights operated by either of the two carriers from 27 September 2017. 

SIA inks Alaska Airlines code share

Singapore Airlines (SIA) has signed an agreement to code share on flights operated by Alaska Airlines, in a move that will expand SIA’s footprint in the North American market. Subject to regulatory approvals, the agreement will take effect on 27 September 2017.
 
Under the agreement, Singapore Airlines will add its ‘SQ’ designator code to Alaska Airlines-operated flights on routes serving 18 destinations within the US and to Mexico. Existing code-share flights operated by Virgin America on routes serving 19 destinations within the US will also be included under the new agreement. Virgin America was acquired by Alaska Air Group in 2016.
 
Members of Singapore Airlines’ and Alaska Airlines’ frequent flyer programs, KrisFlyer and Mileage Plan, will also be able to earn miles when travelling on flights operated by either of the two carriers from 27 September 2017.