Delta and KLM Now Code Sharing

Delta Air Lines and Air France unit KLM Royal Dutch Airlines said they will begin code sharing on flights beyond their hubs in Europe and the U.S. Delta, which is operating under bankruptcy protection, will initially begin code sharing to 10 KLM markets in Europe while KLM will code share to 14 destinations beyond Delta's Atlanta and New York hubs. Both airlines say they want to also expand the code sharing, pending government approvals.

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