These agreements have also been in force for some time. We have it with another major airline called United. It seems that you made the same statement to United. That remark insulted us. And said no, we will not agree. We`re just going to terminate the contract, so we terminated it with a little bit of concern in the team, because it makes things more difficult for our team on the field. We didn`t do it lightly, we didn`t just do it with pride, we just thought it wasn`t fair and fair, and it didn`t seem right to us. And in fact, it was a motivating factor to say that these guys basically say they know how to run a company better than us, so they want to calculate us more, we don`t. I was able to rent them separately, but not together. The final line of DL`s offer states that “other aspects of this old agreement, including the tariff combination for travel agencies and other third-party sales, have not returned.” At about the same time, I heard whispers that an interline – or at least a reintroduction – would soon return, but then… nothing. While the finish line may have been close, negotiations have visibly stagnated.
Delta and American Airlines (including US Airways) will no longer have an interline ticketing and baggage agreement as of September 15. The agreement provided, among other things, for airlines to rewrite their own customers to other airlines during irregular flights. In April of this year, participating airlines across the industry agreed on new fares for the relocation of customers between airlines during irregular operations. Delta recently decided to withdraw from this joint agreement and negotiate an individual agreement with American. We were unable to agree on an agreement with Delta and therefore agreed to terminate our Interline agreement effective September 15. From that date, neither airline will offer interline services, including the ability to re-equip passengers at reduced prices on the other airline in the event of flight cancellations. (Note that we will continue to take into account valid tickets purchased on September 14 through the existing Interline agreement, so that there will be no change.) “Thanks to the excellent operational performance of the staff, Delta customers have a first-class experience. Unfortunately, we couldn`t reach an agreement with American that correctly took into account the number of IROPs customers that American passed on to us,” said Eric Phillips, Senior Vice President, Revenue Management. In July, for example, U.S. passengers sent passengers to Delta to Delta with a five-to-one ratio. At this rate, the inter-professional agreement was no longer beneficial. » […] On the one hand, American Airlines was proud to partially re-establish its Interline agreement with Delta, so that each airline could place its passengers in difficulty on the other.
When U.S. flights […] If, within 12 (12) hours of your arrival in the connecting city, you establish international connections with a separate ticket with other airlines, you may comply with the baggage and weight limits imposed by the international airline, provided there is a ticket and baggage contract between Alaska Airlines and the other airline. An Interline agreement only authorizes the sale of tickets with several airlines and allows an airline to re-assess you with another airline in case of irregular flights. Moreover, the basis of the agreement itself has changed, as the reliability of the Americans has improved in two and a half years, no matter what someone claims.