Korean Air and Delta Air Lines will strengthen their partnership by expanding codeshares to more than 100 U.S. and Canadian destinations and over 30 cities across Asia.

The airlines plan to launch the new codeshares in the fourth quarter of 2016, subject to government approvals.

Korean Air will place its code on 156 of Delta’s U.S. and Canadian routes beyond Atlanta, Los Angeles and New York-JFK. It will also add its code to Delta’s Sao Paulo, Brazil flights from both Atlanta and New York-JFK.

Delta will add its code on Korean Air-operated flights to 32 cities beyond Seoul-Incheon, including Singapore, Bangkok, Saigon, Osaka, Taipei, and further business and leisure destinations throughout South East Asia and Japan.

Delta will also place its code on Korean flights from Houston and San Francisco to Seoul-Incheon and Korean Air also will place its code on Delta’s new flight from Atlanta to Seoul-Incheon that will start operating June 3, 2017.

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