Definition of code-sharing in English:

code-sharing

Syllabification: code-shar·ing

noun

Agreement between two or more airlines to list certain flights in a reservation system under each other’s names.
More example sentences
  • The airline now has code-sharing on flights into the New York City market, but you can't fly that route from many of its own cities.
  • The carrier hopes to add Chinese destinations, either by using their planes or through code-sharing with Chinese carriers, Pinoli said.
  • The two airlines began their code-sharing and reciprocal frequent flyer program about a year ago.

Derivatives

code-share

verb
More example sentences
  • For a long time, the airlines code-shared aircraft across the Tasman and cooperated in many other ways on international routes.
  • Qantas code-shares flights with BA from London via Singapore with a brief stop at Darwin and on to Cairns.
  • The flights from Varna to Vienna will be code-shared with Austrian Airlines.

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