New York-based JetBlue Airways and South African Airways (SAA) have expanded their codeshare agreement to include flights between Washington DC and Dakar, Senegal—a move that enables SAA to sell tickets to American government workers and contractors under terms of the Fly America Act. The move comes roughly six months after JetBlue began placing its B6 code on SAA flights between two US gateways—New York and Washington—and several African cities including ...

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