Korean Air, Etihad agree on code-share arrangement

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Korean Air, Etihad agree on code-share arrangement

Korean Air Lines said yesterday it signed a code-share agreement with Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates. The agreement takes effect Monday.

The code sharing will take place on Etihad daily flights between Incheon and Abu Dhabi. It currently operates the 240-seat Airbus A340.

The partnership will offer lounge access, priority check-in and excess baggage allowances for top tier program members, as well as millage point earnings. KAL, an affiliate of Hanjin Group, has code sharing with 30 foreign airlines.

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