JetBlue join hands with Emirates
In an announcement which may prove to be very important for the global aviation industry, JetBlue Airways is teaming up with Emirates Airline. It is to be mentioned here that as per the terms of the deal, the duo will pair and will sell tickets on each other's flights.
The deal was officially announced on Monday and said that it will allow the US passengers to buy tickets through JetBlue to international destinations that Emirates serves.
Moreover, it may be noted here that the Emirates customers can buy tickets to U. S. cities JetBlue serves. For the record, the Dubai based airline flies two daily nonstop flights from New York to its hub in Dubai.
While there is no denying that JetBlue Airways Corp. already has similar deals with American Airlines, South African Airways and Irish carrier Aer Lingus, but the current partnership will allow it get a better hold on the global aviation industry.
The duo have recently announced their plans to allow passengers to take each other flight on a single ticket and for passengers who will now fly to Dubai and similar other destinations, it will be a much easier for the passengers to commute.
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