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Delta Air Lines' partnership with airBaltic has reportedly been approved. The two airlines applied with the United States Department of Transportation (DOT) more than two years ago. Delta can now look forward to offering its passengers convenient connections to the Baltic region through this codeshare. The airlines approached DOT in 2021.
The partnership will allow Delta to place its “DL” code on 24 flights, including Amsterdam (AMS) – Riga (RIX), Amsterdam (AMS) – Vilnius (VNO), Barcelona (BCN) – Riga (RIX), Brussels (BRU) – Tallinn (TLL), Copenhagen (CPH) – Riga (RIX), Edinburgh (EDI) – Riga (RIX), Munich (MUC) – Tallinn (TLL), Nice (NCE) – Riga (RIX), and Zurich (ZRH) – Riga (RIX), among others.
The initial codeshare could also be expanded upon in the future. The first routes will see Delta place its code on airBaltic flights, but in the future, the two airlines could expand that codeshare to put airBaltic's code on Delta's flights from Europe to the United States as well.
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