California-based Virgin America (VX) has announced an interline agreement with Japan Airlines (JAL), connecting their networks across North American and Asian routes. VX has grown to 18 destinations and a fleet of 52 new aircraft since its launch in August 2007. It also has interline agreements with Virgin Australia, Virgin Atlantic, Air New Zealand, Emirates, Korean Air, Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific, South African Airways, El Al, Qantas, China Airlines, Ethiopian Airlines, ...

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