US Airways and South African Airways from Dec. 19 will begin sharing codes on certain flights. - Business Travel News

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December 18, 2012 - 12:30 PM ET

US Airways and South African Airways from Dec. 19 will begin sharing codes on certain flights. According to the carriers, US Airways customers "will gain access to destinations throughout South Africa" and, pending government approvals, Dakar, Senegal. At the same time SAA customers on a single ticket can include on their itineraries some U.S. destinations served by US Airways. The Star Alliance partners already have linked frequent flyer programs.

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