BY WAYNE CHARGUALAF
Journal Staff

Two airlines are putting their issues on paper in a tussle that may benefit Guam travelers. United Airlines objected to a code-sharing agreement between Philippine Airlines and Air Philippines Corp. — which does business as PAL Express — for service between Guam and Manila, Philippines, that is scheduled to begin March 2020, according to a Nov. 15 complaint filed with the U.S. Department of Transportation

A code-sharing agreement is an arrangement where two airlines share the same prefix — or code — for flight numbers. For instance, Philippine Airlines may fly customers along the . . .

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