Japan Airlines and China Eastern Airlines said Thursday they have agreed to introduce comprehensive code-sharing beginning Sept. 1 to cope with an expected increase in demand for passenger and cargo flights.

“The code-share agreement will provide both carriers with greatly enhanced schedule variation that will be of substantial benefit to their customers,” JAL and China Eastern said in a joint statement.

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