American Airlines and US Airways, which closed their mega-merger in December and began the first phase of codesharing in January, have expanded codesharing to include nearly 6,500 daily flights to more than 275 destinations for travel starting on Feb. 6. The codeshare expansion covers almost all flights in the carriers’ combined networks “except for a select few international markets due to regulatory requirements,” American said in a statement, adding, “The two ...

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