Delta Airlines and Korean Air have announced that they will be extending their partnership to share schedules as well as the costs and revenue of flights. Their combined network will reach 290 locations in North and South America, as well as 90 locations in Asia.
Delta CEO Ed Bastian released a statement about the move.
“This agreement deepens our longstanding partnership with Korean Air and will provide the global access and seamless service our customers demand. We look forward to providing customers of both carriers with industry-leading service between the U.S. and Asia.”
The agreement will include more benefits for customers like bigger benefits for frequent flier miles and more efficient bag handling between flights.