|Quoting Eric (Reply 1):|
The flight would be operated by BD so usually it is difficult to book a codeshare without being part of another route, i.e. such as US-EUR//EUR.
|Quoting Eric (Reply 4):|
Did not know that but pretty sure you cannot book that route.
|Quoting N104UA (Reply 2):|
If you read the fine print it is a BMI flight ie the dates I serched it was BD145 and UA 4822 and if you see UA with anything over a 1499 flight number and under 9799 it is a code share flight, and I have no Idea why UA is selling it for that much when BMI is selling the same flight for $81.
Side note UA actually used to fly LHR-BRU with a 767 as a tag on when they did not fly non-stop from the states and before alliances and code shares
|Quoting Doug_or (Reply 6):|
Because he's an aviation enthusiast maybe?
|Quoting UAL747 (Reply 7):|
They are dropping a daily LHR flight from the US so they are using the LHR-BRU frequency to protect some slots.
|Quoting Joeljack (Reply 8):|
I understand that but that still doesn't answer my original question.
|Quoting Joeljack (Thread starter):|
In addition, the price is out of control with the fare being $1012 for a very short flight.