JetBlue Airways and South African Airways announced an expanded bilateral codeshare agreement, pending government approval. The codeshare will connect the carriers’ networks via New York JFK Airport and Washington DC Dulles Airport.  This agreement is an expansion of an interline pact signed in 2010 and will allow JetBlue’s code on SAA flights between the US and Johannesburg, South Africa, and Dakar, Senegal, as well as on connecting flights including Cape Town, Durban, ...

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