ANA – UNITED expand codeshare agreement to Mexico

18 Nov 2014 by Clement Huang

From early December, Japan’s All Nippon Airways (ANA) and United Airlines (UNITED) are looking to expand their collaboration with the addition of 15 new codeshare agreements.

Subject to US Department of Transportation approval, ANA will place its ‘NH’ code on 15 of UNITED’s services to Mexico from Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles and San Francisco.

ANA passengers will benefit from shorter transfer times when connecting to Mexico as schedules are synchronized and luggage handling coordinated.

The new agreement will cover the following routes:

1.     Chicago – Cancun

2.     Chicago – Mexico City

3.     Chicago – Monterrey

4.     Houston – Aguascalientes

5.     Houston – Cancun

6.     Houston – Guadalajara

7.     Houston – Leon/Guanajuato

8.     Houston – Mexico City

9.     Houston – Monterrey

10.  Houston – Queretaro

11.  Los Angeles – Cancun

12.  Los Angeles – Guadalajara *

13.  Los Angeles – Leon/Guanajuato

14.  San Francisco – Cancun

15.  San Francisco – Guadalajara *

* UNITED currently does not operate this service, but will add it from January

The Japanese carrier has a total seven U.S. destinations in its network. From its hubs at Tokyo’s Haneda and Narita Airports it serves Chicago, New York (JFK), Los Angeles, Seattle, San Jose, San Francisco and Washington daily on-board Boeing B777 and B787 aircraft.

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