British Airways and American Airlines joint business extended to include US Airways

British Airways and American Airlines joint business has been extended to include American’s merger partner, US Airways.

Following the merger between American Airlines and US Airways, customers booking with British Airways and Iberia will now be able to choose from a total of 70 direct flights a day between the UK and US and up to 16 flights per day between Spain and North America.

The Atlantic joint business now includes all scheduled flights operated by oneworld alliance members American and US Airways, British Airways, Iberia and Finnair between North America and Europe.

US Airways brings 28 transatlantic routes into the joint business, of which 27 are new, and gives customers of British Airways and Iberia access to more than 50 additional new destinations in North America. This includes direct flights from London and Manchester to Charlotte; Manchester, Glasgow and Edinburgh to Philadelphia; Madrid and Barcelona to Philadelphia and Charlotte.

This news comes after the announcement that Willie Walsh will take over from Tom Horton as oneworld Chairman. Read more here > 

Find out more about the oneworld alliance here

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