Canada's Air Transat says airline deal with Thomas Cook could expand

October 12, 2018 8:45 AM

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LONDON (Reuters) - Canada’s Air Transat (TRZ.TO) could expand a partnership deal with the airline arm of British tourism group Thomas Cook (TCG.L) to include codesharing and interlining, the boss of the Canadian carrier said.

Codesharing is a way of airlines selling each other’s tickets and then sharing passengers on a flight offered by the partner airline, while interlining involves partner airlines operating one connection on a two-leg journey.

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