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WASHINGTON, August 20 (RIA Novosti) – Russian airline Transaero has added to its list of partners offering connecting flights in the United States by signing an interline agreement with California-based Virgin America, according to an official statement from Transaero released Tuesday.
The agreement links Transaero passengers flying out of Moscow to Virgin America flights departing from Los Angeles and New York. Special pricing will be offered on some of the routes, according to Transaero.
From Los Angeles, Virgin America's destinations in the US include Washington, Boston, Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, Dallas/Fort Worth, Las Vegas, Seattle, Portland and San Jose. Via New York, Transaero passengers will be able to transfer onto Virgin America flights to San Francisco and Las Vegas.
Meanwhile US travelers flying into Los Angeles or New York via Virgin America will be able to continue their journey to Moscow on board a Transaero flight, according to the statement.
Transaero currently flies directly from Russia to the US cities of New York, Los Angeles and Miami. The airline also has existing partnerships with Singapore Airlines, Virgin Atlantic and United Airlines that offer connecting flights within the United States.
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