Air France and Sata Azores Airlines Sign Codeshare Agreement

(Air France)

Thanks to a codeshare agreement between Air France and Sata Azores Airlines, customers of both airlines can now enjoy new travel opportunities to the Portuguese Azores islands departing from Paris-Charles de Gaulle via Lisbon and Porto, Portugal, to Ponta Delgada, Terceira, Santa Maria, Horta and Pico.

As part of this mutual agreement, Air France is adding its marketing code to Sata Azores Airlines-operated flights on Airbus A320 and A321 aircraft departing from Lisbon and Porto. Sata Azores Airlines is also adding its marketing code to Air France-operated flights on Airbus A319, A320 and A321 aircraft departing from Lisbon and Porto to Paris-Charles de Gaulle. 

With this agreement, Air France and Sata Azores Airlines are offering, on a codeshare basis, over 70 weekly flights to the Azores from Lisbon and Porto and more than 60 weekly frequencies between Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Lisbon and Porto. 


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Customers can enjoy a simplified travel experience with a single ticket and their baggage checked to its final destination; additionally, the baggage allowance is identical to that offered on Air France flights. Travelers can also earn points in the two airlines' frequent flyer programs.

Eligible Air France customers have access to the Sata Azores Airlines lounges in Lisbon, Porto and the Azores islands, in addition to "Fast Track" access at Lisbon and Porto airports, allowing them to pass security checkpoints quickly and easily and bypass long wait lines.

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