Quantas airways and JET airways codesharing.
Qantas Airways and Jet Airways announced the expansion of their successful codeshare.
Jet Airways Chief Executive Officer Wolfgang Prock-Schauer said, “With this codeshare partnership, Qantas and Jet Airways will be able to offer seamless travel to their valued customers from points in India to Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane and Adelaide via Singapore and vice versa.
Jet Airways operates daily flights from Singapore to Mumbai, Delhi and Chennai.
“India’s tourism, business and educational ties with Australia are fast expanding, and through this partnership both partners, Jet Airways and Qantas, will be able to leverage their strengths and leadership position to tap the burgeoning passenger traffic between the two countries.
“At Jet Airways, we are indeed proud to partner with a carrier of the standing of Qantas who, similar to us, consistently delivers service excellence."
Qantas Group General Manager Sales and Distribution Rob Gurney said, “The expansion of the codeshare will enable Jet Airways’ customers to travel on Qantas flights between Australia and Singapore, connecting to Jet Airways services between Singapore and India from 25 June 2007.
“This new agreement complements Qantas’ existing A330-300 services which operate three times weekly between Sydney and Mumbai.
“The Australia-India route – a key market for Qantas – continues to grow, reflecting strengthening trade links and increasing numbers of tourists and business people travelling between the two countries.
“Qantas is pleased to partner with India’s leading carrier, Jet Airways, to further grow this important market,” Mr Gurney said.
Members of the Qantas Frequent Flyer Program and Jet Privilege Program can earn and redeem points on eligible Qantas and Jet Airways flights between Australia and India.