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Nine new destinations for SIA under proposed codeshare with JetBlue

Singapore Airlines customers could soon have access to nine new destinations in the United States, under a proposed bilateral codeshare agreement with JetBlue.

SINGAPORE: Passengers flying on Singapore Airlines to the United States could soon have access to nine new destinations there, under a proposed bilateral codeshare agreement with JetBlue Airways. 

An application has been filed with the US Department of Transportation. If approved, it would give SIA passengers access to Jacksonville, Tampa and West Palm Beach in Florida, New Orleans in Lousiana, Portland in Maine, Austin in Texas, as well as Buffalo, Rochester and Syracuse in New York.

JetBlue passengers would get access to five new cities in Europe and Asia, including Frankfurt, Seoul, Tokyo, Hong Kong and Singapore.

SIA says the partnership is testament to its continuous efforts to expand its network and provide passengers with more seamless travel options.

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