JetBlue Airways and Etihad Airways have unveiled plans for a wide-ranging codeshare, which will initially cover 40 of JetBlue’s domestic routes. Subject to government approval, Etihad will initially place its code on 40 JetBlue-operated services from New York JFK and Washington Dulles. Etihad president James Hogan described the US as a “major and growing market” for his carrier, which already serves three US gateways: Chicago, New York and Washington Dulles. In June, it ...

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