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American Airlines applies for codeshare with Malev.


American Airlines has applied to the United States Department of Transportation (DOT) for authorisation to begin codeshare cooperation with Malev Hungarian Airlines.

The application proposes that codesharing operations start on 25 March 2007, the airline said. American and Malev have also signed a reciprocal frequent flyer agreement.

Under the codeshare agreement American would place its AA code on Malev's daily flights between Budapest and New York's JFK airport, as well as on flights to/from Budapest and London Gatwick, Frankfurt, Paris Charles de Gaulle, Brussels, Rome and Zurich. Also included are flights beyond Budapest to destinations in Central and Eastern Europe, the Middle East and North Africa.

Malev would place its MA code on American's transatlantic flights between Malev's European gateways and the United States, as well as on American Airlines flights between New York and Toronto and other points in the United States, Canada, the Caribbean and South America.

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Title Annotation:Malev Hungarian Airlines; Department of Transportation
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Date:Jan 10, 2007
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