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July 01, 2013

Finnair joins joint business alliance between American Airlines and British Airways

Finnair announced on Monday that it has joined the joint business alliance formed by American Airlines and British Airways.

The Finnish carrier, which is already a part of American's onewold alliance, said the move will allow Finnair customers to book flights to more North American cities on a single ticket.

“The transatlantic joint business has been a big win for European consumers flying to America and vice versa, and now Finland will benefit too,” says Finnair chief executive Pekka Vauramo.

Earlier on Monday, Finnair said it intended to join the business agreement between Japan Airlines and British Airways as well.

-Andrea Ahles

 

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