Chinese carrier Juneyao forms strategic partnership with Star Alliance

Chinese carrier Juneyao Airlines would soon start offering services to member airlines of Star Alliance. The Shanghai-headquartered carrier, Juneyao, which operates both domestic and international services from two Chinese international airports --Hongqiao and Pudong - has formed a strategic partnership with Star Alliance, which gives it the status of "connecting partner" in the 28-member global airlines grouping. The tie-up with Juneyao Airlines would be effective from 2017, a Star Alliance press release said today. Currently 17 Star Alliance member airlines are operating around 1,600 weekly services in and out of Pudong and Hongqiao international airports. The strategic tie up would also benefit the fliers of national carrier Air India, which is member airline of Star Alliance and offers its air services to and from the Pudong Airport. With a fleet of 56 aircraft Juneyao Airlines provides more than 1,700 weekly flights to 69 destinations in eight countries and regions. Courtesy: The Economic Times


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