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UA/US Codeshare... What Does It Really Mean?

Tue Jun 05, 2007 3:19 pm

I have been checking a lot of flights from both CMH and CLE over the past weeks and the number of UA/US code share flights has gone up significantly. It made me think, what does this whole thing mean? I don't mind having a US flight from CLE or CMH to DEN,ORD,PHL but do you think these two will be working even closer to provide a sort of "real Ted". By that I mean, Ted is kind of a joke, and US could provide the "service" that UA wanted to provide with Ted. Will they keep expanding their code share agreements as to all but eliminate Ted or other portions of each others service, basically creating a non-merger merger?
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RE: UA/US Codeshare... What Does It Really Mean?

Tue Jun 05, 2007 4:04 pm

Quoting Mnevans (Thread starter):
Ted is kind of a joke

Why is TED a joke in your view?

I would not expect to see TED dissapear from the UA fleet any time soon.

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