Abu Dhabi (UAE) based Etihad and Korean Air have expanded their codeshare agreement to include 6 new destinations.
Under the new agreement, Etihad Airways will place its EY code on Korean Air flights from Seoul Incheon Airport to Honolulu, Vancouver and Hong Kong.
Korean Air will place its KE code on Etihad Airways’ flights from Abu Dhabi to Johannesburg, Muscat (Oman) and Khartoum (Sudan).
Etihad and Korean Air began code-sharing on flights between Abu Dhabi and Seoul Incheon on July 22, 2013.
Members of Etihad Airways’ Etihad Guest and Korean Air’s SKYPASS frequent flier programs enjoy reciprocal benefits such as lounge access, priority check-in, excess baggage allowances for elite members, and earning and redeeming frequent flier points on the other airline’s network.
Etihad flies to over 80 destinations in North and South America, Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Africa and Australia and has been actively expanding its reach, through partnerships and codeshare arrangements with other airlines.
Korean Air, a member of the SkyTeam airline alliance, flies to over 120 destinations around the world and carries more passengers between Asia and North America than any other airline.