ATLANTA and SEOUL — Delta Air Lines and Korean Air announced on June 23 that an agreement was reached to create a trans-Pacific joint venture to augment service to a combined network serving more than 290 destinations in the Americas and more than 80 in Asia. Subject to regulatory approvals, the airlines are implementing expanded code sharing in the trans-Pacific market, joint sales and marketing initiatives in Asia and the United States, colocation at key hubs with seamless passenger and baggage transit, enhanced frequent flyer benefits for both Delta’s SkyMiles and Korean Air’s SKYPASS programs and increased . . .
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