MAH4546
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AA/AS Codeshare Approved...

Sat Jan 31, 2004 5:23 pm

First routes of the AA/AS codeshare, on the AA side, are out. American Airlines will slap thier codeshare on the following Alaska Airlines routes effective 15Feb04:

PDX-LAX
SEA-ANC
SEA-GEG
SEA-LAX

There is a lot more to come, of course.
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scottysair
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RE: AA/AS Codeshare Approved...

Sat Jan 31, 2004 11:52 pm

Thanks for telling me with the news about AA/AS make approved with their codeshare.
 
deltaffindfw
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RE: AA/AS Codeshare Approved...

Sun Feb 01, 2004 7:15 am


I thought AA already had the SEA-ANC codeshare. AA doesn't fly to ANC in the winter.
 
yanksn4
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RE: AA/AS Codeshare Approved...

Sun Feb 01, 2004 7:20 am

Is this a sign that Alaska might be joining One Heathrow World?
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ORDnDFW777
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RE: AA/AS Codeshare Approved...

Sun Feb 01, 2004 9:14 am

I miss seeing the AS plane on the ANC-SEA-DFW-IAH route. Would be great to see it back!
 
frontiers4ever
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RE: AA/AS Codeshare Approved...

Sun Feb 01, 2004 9:26 am

Yanksn4-
I dont think that Alaska will join One World (Hearthrow) World. They have extensive agreements with airlines such as NWA and also have agreements with Continental. But hey anything is possible

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scottysair
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RE: AA/AS Codeshare Approved...

Sun Feb 01, 2004 9:39 am

It don't think will not join with their OneWorld alliances either. It is for the codeshare with their flight.
 
All4BWI
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RE: AA/AS Codeshare Approved...

Sun Feb 01, 2004 9:47 am

AS joining Oneworld could be huge for AS. Passengers would love the global possibilities, and think of the global recognition that AS would gain. The only problem is, because of the market that AS is in business to serve, that market would not have a whole lot of global appeal. So, joining Oneworld could be great for AS, but not a huge boost for the rest of the Oneworld alliance.
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GuyBetsy1
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RE: AA/AS Codeshare Approved...

Sun Feb 01, 2004 6:45 pm

I beg to differ, ALL4BWI, if AS joins Oneworld, then maybe there would be more Oneworld passengers flying the Pacific Northwestern corridor.

Right now, an Oneworld passenger on a RTW ticket has virtually no way of getting to California from Vancouver, Seattle or anyway along the Northwestern Pacific coast without backtracking on AA to Dallas. Similarly for people from Southern California who want to fly north have to do the same.

As the Star Alliance has 2 US partners, UA and US, it's only befitting to see that Oneworld add AS to AA to complement gaps in areas where AA does not fly to. And that is the Pacific Northwest corridor.
 
L-188
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RE: AA/AS Codeshare Approved...

Sun Feb 01, 2004 6:47 pm

Alaska Airlines is a codeshare whore.

I guess we now know what routes AA is planning to cut back on.
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tekelberry
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RE: AA/AS Codeshare Approved...

Mon Feb 02, 2004 2:51 am

I guess we now know what routes AA is planning to cut back on.

AA never flew those routes in the first place.
 
geg2rap
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RE: AA/AS Codeshare Approved...

Mon Feb 02, 2004 3:07 am

Alaska Airlines is a codeshare whore.

I love that line, really makes the flight attendents work when they say
"This Horizon flight is operated in conjunction with our sister carrier alaska air, and also american northwest and continental"
 
flashmeister
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RE: AA/AS Codeshare Approved...

Mon Feb 02, 2004 3:45 am

Hey, they mught be a codeshare whore, but it works. I doubt AS would jump into bed solely with AA, since they'd lose a lot of their feed-role. AS/QX feeds all sorts of CO/NW/AA flights at SEA/PDX/LAX (including the new NW asia route from PDX), and that's quite a few butts in seats.

Plus, didn't they just set up some sort of FF reciprocation or some sort of agreement with DL?

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