JetBlue, Aer Lingus to Forge First International Discount Alliance

According to media reports, JetBlue and Aer Lingus are forming an alliance that does not include a code-sharing deal. Instead, the partnership will consist of links to each other's web sites, enabling people to make one booking for an itinerary involving travel on both airlines. The alliance is expected to begin this summer."JetBlue...is still in partnership talks with other international carriers," adds company spokesman Bryan Baldwin.

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