United Airlines Announces Codeshare with Brussels Airlines

United customers have access to new connections to cities in Europe and Africa under a new codeshare agreement with Brussels Airlines that opens for sale today. Codeshare flights begin on April 6 and are in addition to United’s previously announced nonstop service between Chicago and Brussels.

United customers may now purchase tickets on Brussels Airlines-operated flights between Brussels and 24 European destinations as well as 12 African destinations, many of which are new United codeshare markets. Brussels Airlines customers can take advantage of codeshare service to two of United's U.S. hubs, Washington Dulles and Chicago O’Hare, allowing connection to hundreds of United's U.S. destinations.
 
Both airlines are members of the Star Alliance — United is a founding partner, and Brussels Airlines joined as a partner in December of 2009. Members of United's Mileage Plus and Brussels Airlines’ Miles & More programs may continue to earn and redeem miles while traveling to destinations never-before served.

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