AC has inked a codeshare agreement with Brazil's
G3 that will make it easier for customers to connect and travel over the 2
"The codeshare agreement will enhance our
newly-started, 3 times-a-week non-stop service to Rio de Janeiro and our
non-stop daily service to São Paulo from our Toronto global hub," says
Benjamin Smith, President, Passenger Airlines, Air Canada. “The codeshare will
offer customers even more choice and greater convenience because GOL has an
extensive domestic network from these Brazilian gateway cities."
The 2 companies currently have an interline
agreement that allows customers to make a single reservation for flights on
The expansion of the relationship under the
Codeshare agreement will initially allow AC to include its code on flights
operated by G3. It also provides for a Frequent Flyer Program Agreement which,
when concluded, will allow members of either airline's loyalty programs to
accumulate and redeem miles on eligible flights.