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S7 seals Air Berlin, Niki tie-up but remains coy on Austrian, alliances
S7 Airlines, Air Berlin and Niki announced a codeshare agreement yesterday in Moscow and promised that "all three airlines intend to deepen their relationship in other areas in the future."
The agreement initially covers flights from Moscow Domodedovo to Frankfurt, Hannover (both operated by S7), Dusseldorf, Munich (both operated by S7 and AB) and Vienna (operated by Niki). The airlines "plan to offer unrestricted sales of tickets for each others' flights" and passengers will have access to all three networks with one ticket. Talks among the trio began five months ago.