blueflyer From Northern Mariana Islands, joined Jan 2006, 4696 posts, RR: 3
Reply 4, posted (4 years 5 months 2 weeks 6 days 16 hours ago) and read 7199 times:
BRU has to be up there among airports with lots of code-shares per flight.
UA950 (IAD-BRU) is also AC5970, CO6080, LH9383, LO4610, SN8802 and US6544.
AA88 (ORD-BRU) is also AY5784, BA1562, EY3049, IB4210, LY8218 and MA4041.
SN's flights to/from Africa carry as many as five code-shares (AC, CO, LH, UA, US).
Some SN intra-European flights sport up to seven code-shares, such as SN3604 MRS-BRU (9W6098, AC6359, BD5414, CO5612, KF5612, UA9946 and US5946).
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shamrock604 From Ireland, joined Sep 2007, 4353 posts, RR: 12
Reply 7, posted (4 years 5 months 2 weeks 3 days 18 hours ago) and read 6974 times:
Quoting NQYGuy (Reply 6): What's even better is when the airports with the long list of flight numbers use Aviavox- which insists on reading the complete list of codeshares.
Here in Dublin, if you are travelling on a codeshare flight number, it shows on your boarding card that you will be boarding flight EI154 or whatever the operating carrier's flight number is. The most that is ever shown on the FIDS is one codeshare number, which alternates with the operating flight number on the display (ie it is not listed as a seperate entry).
Flown EI,FR,RE,EIR,VE,SI,TLA,BA,BE,BD,VX,MON,AF,YS,WX,KL,SK,LH,OK,OS,LX,IB,LTU,HLX,4U,SU,CO,DL,UA,AC,PR,MH,SQ,QF, EY, EK