Virgin America partners with China Airlines
- By Jack Preston -
- May 04, 2012
Virgin America has struck up a deal with China Airlines to offer seamless travel for passengers between North America and Asia, with flyers benefitting from the services of both carriers.
The China Airlines agreement sits alongside partnerships currently held with Virgin Australia, Virgin Atlantic, Air New Zealand, Emirates, Korean Air, Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific, South African Airways, El Al and Qantas, as Virgin America aims to provide outstanding international service alongside its 17 domestic destinations currently served.
“We’re pleased to sign an interline agreement with China Airlines that will allow us to provide guests of both of our airlines with more connection options between Taiwan and U.S. cities. Strategic partnerships like this one with China Airlines are critical to driving connections over our SFO and LAX bases,” said Adam Green, Virgin America’s Director of Network Planning.
China Airlines, with headquarters in and major flight operations from Taoyuan International Airport in Taipei, flies to destinations in Asia, Europe, North America and Oceania. With the airline’s strong presence in Southeast Asia, East Asia, Northeast Asia and Greater China proving a key factor in the agreement.
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