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American Airlines and Finnair launch interline e-ticketing.

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American Airlines and its oneworld partner, Finnair, have introduced interline electronic ticketing.

The service allows customers to use a single electronic ticket when their itineraries include travel on both carriers. Customers with e-tickets may also be rebooked between American Airlines and Finnair flights if the need arises without having to obtain a paper ticket first. The e-tickets can be issued by American Airlines and Finnair through their respective reservations centres and at airport locations and ticket offices.

American Airlines has formed similar agreements with Continental Airlines, Northwest Airlines and United Airlines.

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