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What is Codeshare?

Codeshare is a co-operative arrangement whereby airlines carry passengers whose tickets have been issued by another airline. The intent is to provide passengers with a wider choice of destinations than any individual airline might offer on its own.

When you book a codesharing flight, your ticket will bear the flight number of the airline through which you booked your travel, though some legs of your trip will be on flights operated by another airline and bearing a different flight number from the one printed on your ticket.

With which airlines does Emirates operate Codeshare flights?

Emirates currently operates Codeshare flights with:

Air Malta
Air Mauritius
Japan Airlines
Jet Airways
Jet Blue Airways
Korean Air
Oman Air
Philippine Airlines
South African Airways 
TAP Portugal
Thai Airways International

Codeshare Routes
Air MaltaDaily flights between Malta and Larnaca operated by Emirates.
Air MauritiusTwo daily flights between Dubai and Mauritius operated by Emirates.
Japan AirlinesIn addition to Emirates non-stop flights to both Osaka and Tokyo (Narita), codeshare is available on selected Japan Airlines operated flights* from Osaka to Sapporo and Tokyo (Haneda) as well as flights from Tokyo (Narita) to Fukuoka.

*Some flights may be operated by Jal Express (JEX).
Jet Airways
Daily flights from Dubai to Mumbai and Delhi operated by Jet Airways.
Jet Blue Airways
Daily flights between New York and destinations across the US, operated by Jet Blue Airways.
Codeshare is available on domestic routes between New York and: Austin, Boston, Burlington, Buffalo, Charlotte, Chicago, Denver, Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers, Jacksonville, Long Beach, Orlando, Portland, Raleigh/Durham, Rochester, San Juan, Sarasota/Bradenton, Syracuse, Tampa, Washington/Dulles, West Palm Beach.
Daily codeshare flights on international routes between New York and Bridgetown (Barbados), Cancun (Mexico), Montego Bay (Jamaica), Punta Cana (Dominican Republic), Santiago (Dominican Republic), Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic).
Korean AirDaily non-stop flights between Dubai and Seoul operated by Emirates.
Five weekly non-stop flights between Dubai and Seoul operated by Korean Air.
Oman AirEmirates and Oman Air codeshare on each other’s weekly flights between Dubai and Muscat on selected services only.
Philippine AirlinesThree daily flights between Dubai and Manila operated by Emirates.
Qantas14 times a day from Australia to Dubai, and beyond to four continents. Dubai has become a one-stop hub, opening up Europe for Qantas passengers, with access to 33 European destinations, including daily A380 flights to London Heathrow, Paris, Rome and other great cities. Codeshare flights across most parts of the combined Qantas and Emirates international network are available for sale, and customers can also make bookings for Australian domestic Emirates codeshare flights.
South African AirwaysThree daily flights between Dubai and Johannesburg operated by Emirates.
Two daily flights between Dubai and Cape Town operated by Emirates.
Daily flights between Dubai and Durban operated by Emirates.
TAP PortugalDaily flights between Lisbon and Dubai, and between Dubai and Bangkok, Hong Kong, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur*, operated by Emirates.
Daily flights between Lisbon and Madrid, Barcelona, Faro, Porto and Madeira, and six weekly flights between Lisbon and Seville, operated by TAP Portugal.

*Subject to government approval.
Thai Airways InternationalEmirates and Thai Airways International codeshare on seven of each other’s weekly flights between Dubai and Bangkok.
What are the smoking policies on Codeshare flights?

All Emirates flights and Emirates codeshare flights are non-smoking.

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