JetBlue Airways and Korean Air have agreed on a new interline partnership, allowing passengers on both airlines to book combined itineraries for travel through three US airports.
The airports are New York John F. Kennedy, Washington Dulles and Los Angeles.
Korean Air is JetBlue's first partner in the SkyTeam alliance, said Bryan Kapeckas, JetBlue's manager of airline partnerships.
The Asian carrier operates non-stop daily from Seoul to New York, Washington and Los Angeles.
Besides Korean Air, the other Asian carriers that JetBlue already has partnerships with are Japan Airlines, Jet Airways and Singapore Airlines.