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Virgin seeks trans-Tasman code shares with SIA

written by | September 26, 2012
Virgin Australia wants is seeking to expand its code sharing services with Singapore Airlines and Delta. (Seth Jaworski)

Virgin Australia is seeking permission to extend code share flights with Singapore Airlines to selected New Zealand services.

The airline filed its request with the International Air Services Commission alongside a similar request to extend code sharing services with Delta Airlines on flights to Indonesia.

The push to extend its alliance with Singapore Airlines across the Tasman comes as Qantas and Emirates eye code sharing flights to New Zealand as part of their proposed alliance.


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