Air transport: Air Caraïbes and Corsair stop sharing codes in the West Indies


By mutual agreement, Air Caraïbes and Corsair have thus decided to end their code sharing on the Orly / Pointe-à-Pitre and Orly / Fort-de-France lines from the end of the summer season, the October 26, 2019.

"The cessation of code sharing will improve the readability of the offer for both customers and distributors of each of the two companies," said the two airlines in a joint statement.

“In the future, and with a view to its new fleet with the arrival of 3 new Airbus A330-900 NEOs from September 2020, Corsair plans to continue developing the services to Pointe-à-Pitre and Fort- de-France on which it has been historically present for almost 30 years. With locally based teams, Corsair will continue to offer a qualitative offer thanks to a direct flight program, very competitive prices and cabins always providing more comfort in each of the booking classes.   

With the arrival yesterday of a brand new A350-900 brand new, then 2 A350-1000 in December 2019 and 2020 and a renewed fleet to operate its flights on its regional network, Air Caraïbes will continue to develop services to Pointe- à-Pitre and Fort-de-France in increasingly comfortable conditions by continuing to provide customers with the productivity gains from these new aircraft. "

All tickets already issued by one of the companies for transport even after October 26 will be honored by the other company exactly under the conditions of code sharing, so that everything is transparent for customers.

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