Crack Your Flight’s Complicated Code-Share

Code-sharing, where one airline puts its flight number on another airline’s flight and sells it as its own, is growing more frustrating in many cases. The disconnects between connecting airlines have gotten more complicated as airlines unbundle services and create fees for things that used to be included in tickets, like baggage and seats. Code-share confusion even causes travelers to miss flights. Sometimes partners are located in different terminals and passengers may skip over the small print about which airline is actually operating the flight and show up at the wrong place. To avoid confusion, read more.