There may be an agreement with the airlines, under which the sales company can sell the tickets at the same price as those sold by the carrier airline, but the carrier airline sells the tickets at lower prices than the marketing airline. This helps the marketing airline generate revenue and improve its (apparent) frequency indicated on the indicated route. The airline benefits from a way where its tickets are sold on more than one portal, i.e. better visibility (marketing) and, consequently, its name. Types of code sharing There are several types of code sharing, usually three types: Block Space CodeShare: A commercial (marketing) company buys a fixed number of seats from the managing airline (operational/premium). As a rule, a fixed price is paid and seating is kept away from the managing carrier`s own inventory. The merchant company itself decides in which categories of reservations the seats are sold (the seat is optimized like another aircraft cabin). Free Flow Codeshare: Airlines` inventory and reservation systems communicate in real time via messaging, usually IATA AIRIMP/PADIS messaging (TTY and EDIFACT). A mapping of the booking class is defined between the airlines.
No seating is closed to any of the airlines and each airline can sell any number of seats. Capped Free Flow: In principle, the same as above, but for each of the marketing airlines participating in codeshare with the airline Administist (Operating/Prime), a ceiling (maximum number of seats) is set. technical problems, etc.) In this case, the airline carrying the passenger should be designated as the executive airline, given that it is the one carrying the passengers/cargo. . . .