Austrian regional carrier InterSky expects its recent interline agreement with Air Berlin to be expanded to short- and medium-haul flights.
The Bregenz-headquartered airline started an interline agreement with Air Berlin earlier this month, covering a number of the latter's long-haul flights from Dusseldorf and Berlin.
The cooperation will now likely be expanded to short- and medium-haul services over the coming weeks, says InterSky, although it is not yet clear which routes will be added to the agreement.
Hamburg and Vienna are among the destinations which InterSky serves from its base in Friedrichshafen, Germany. Air Berlin has based several aircraft in the north German city, while subsidiary Niki Luftfahrt operates from the Austrian capital.
Air Berlin will be responsible for selecting the additional routes in the interline agreement.
InterSky says it would also be interested in providing feeder traffic for other airlines, such as Lufthansa. But the regional carrier insists that any new contracts will be discussed with Air Berlin first.