Air France Code-Share agreement with Saudi Arabian Airlines
Tuesday 14, December 2010
Air France and Saudi Arabian Airlines signed a code-share agreement in Jeddah. This agreement, which will become effective on 10 January, will allow the two airlines to offer their customers daily code-shared flights on services between Paris, Jeddah and Riyadh.
These flights will be operated by Airbus A320/330s equipped with the latest technologies and in-flight entertainment systems.
Under this agreement, Saudi flights will be transferred from terminal 1 to terminal 2 at Paris-Charles de Gaulle and in Jeddah, Air France flights will be operated from the southern terminal of King Abdulaziz international airport. Flight in bold: operated by the airline indicated
The code-share agreement between Saudi Arabian Airlines and Air France is in accordance with the provisions of the partnership agreement signed by the two airlines in June 2010. The latter concerns many aspects of cooperation including code-shared flights, lounge access or the use of frequent flyer programmes.
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