The carriers will cooperate on routes between Hong Kong and Europe, working together on network planning, sales, information technology and ground handling. The joint network will cover more than 140 direct flights per week between Hong Kong and 13 European destinations. Customers will be able to access the entire joint network via the booking systems of both partners. Joint handling initially will be carried out at the Hong Kong and Frankfurt hubs. The partners expect to transport the first shipments under the new arrangement early next year.
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