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  1. A. S.
    A. S. at |

    I’m not sure that I agree. For example, does Qantas route its traffic to Emirates or Qatar?

  2. Agness (@Agnesstramp)
    Agness (@Agnesstramp) at |

    I agree. The alliances are great marketing arrangements for the airlines but as soon as it is being operated smoothly and you are right, the big shake up will not upset them. By the way, what are your best airlines? Any recommendations for Asia?

  3. LarryInNYC
    LarryInNYC at |

    So if A/F is hooking up with Etihad and A/F is already sleeping with Delta does that mean those of us with SkyMiles will have access to Etihad rewards (via the A/F codeshare)?

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