This new codeshare agreement with JAL will make it the sixth codeshare to be entered into with a member airline of the oneworld alliance, complementing previously concluded codeshares with Malaysia Airlines, Siberia Airlines (S7), Royal Jordanian, Finnair and Qantas.
What does SBI stand for?
SBI stands for Siberia Airlines (ICAO code)
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- Serial Bus Interface
- Serious Bacterial Infection
- Serious Bodily Injury
- Service Brands International (various locations)
- Sexual Behavior Inventory (study)
- Shelf Basin Interactions
- Shiftwork Benchmarking Institute
- Shorebank International Ltd. (Chicago, Il)
- Short Baseline Interferometer
- Short Block of Instruction
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Others on the list include the ill-fated Korean Air Lines Flight 007 in 1983, Iran Air Flight 655 in 1988, Itavia Flight 870 (1980), El Al Flight 402 (1955), Cathay Pacific Airways (1954), Libya Arab Airlines Flight 114 (1973) and Siberia Airlines Flight 1812 (2001).
In addition to Oman Air, Royal Jordanian currently has 12 codeshare contracts with international airlines, including American Airlines, British Airways, US Airways, Iberia, Tarom, Gulf Air, Syrian Air, Siberia airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Air Berlin, Sri Lankan Airlines and Meridiana Fly Airlines.
In this regard we expanded the code share agreement which was signed with Siberia Airlines in 2010, adding nine additional destinations throughout Russia.
On Tuesdays and Saturdays the airline flies directly from Madrid using an Airbus A319 aircraft and on the other days the flights are operated under a codeshare with Siberia Airlines via Moscow.
24 2004, the Tupolev-134 operated by Russian regional airline Volga-Avia Express and the Tupolev-154 flown by one of the country's most rapidly expanding air carriers, Siberia Airlines, took off from Domodedovo Airport.
Siberia Airlines to launch Niigata-Irkutsk route Saturday
A Siberia Airlines jet, a Tupolev-154, carrying 76 people, including 12 crew members, from Tel Aviv to Novosibirsk explodes at about 1:45 pm Moscow time at an altitude of 9,000 metres and plunges into the Black Sea about 140 km off the Russian coastal town of Dzhubga, killing all on board.