US Airways has joined American Airlines, British Airways, Iberia and Finnair in their transatlantic joint venture. As part of the joint business—established by oneworld global alliance partners American, British Airways and Iberia in October 2010—the airlines can cooperate commercially on transatlantic flights. The joint venture also includes a revenue-sharing agreement in which member airlines have permission to coordinate schedules and pricing on North Atlantic routes. Speaking ...

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