Japan Airlines (JAL) and Korean Air (KE) have expanded their codeshare agreement to the North Asian region, despite being key players in two different alliances. From April 22, Oneworld member JAL and SkyTeam’s Korean Air will add around eight more destinations from the original Seoul to Komatsu, Niigata, and Sapporo routes—and also include flights from Korea’s Busan and Jeju airports. The new destinations—now available as JAL-flagged routes—will be from Aomori, ...

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