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September 21, 2005

Why airline codesharing sucks

I'll be heading stateside early October, hopefully with a visit to O'Reilly's Web2.0 conference. Ticket booking was a bit hurried yesterday but I opted for SAS due to inflight Wi-Fi and because the price was right.
Today I checked the actual itenary and of course, the first leg to the US is operated as codeshare flight in cooperation with United Airlines. No ip - this is outright deceitful to geeks like me.

Posted by Nikolaj Nyholm at September 21, 2005 09:24 AM

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Yeah, I don't get why they can't just let the flight have one code, in this case the UA one. SAS could still sell you the tickets. It's not like we don't know or don't notice, so what's the point? Are they doing it to not shatter some non-existent illusion they think we suffer from? Makes no sense to me.

Posted by: Lars Pind at September 21, 2005 11:10 AM

Posted by: Peter Rukavina at September 21, 2005 03:42 PM

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