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Aviation Safety: Oversight of Foreign Code-Share Safety Program Should Be Strengthened
Gerald L. Dillingham (au)
U.S. airlines are increasingly relying on code-share partnerships with foreign carriers to provide additional sources of revenue. Code-sharing is a marketing arrangement in which an airline places its designator code on a flight operated by another airline & sells & issues tickets for that flight. To determine whether the foreign code-share partners of U.S. airlines meet an acceptable level of safety, the Dept. of Transportation established the Code-Share Safety Program, which requires U.S. airlines to conduct safety audits of their foreign code-share partners as a condition of code-share authorization. This report assessed the fed. government’s efforts to provide reasonable assurance of safety & security on foreign code-share flights. Charts & tables.
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