Jet Airways expands codeshare agreement With Bangkok Airways

Jet Airways expands codeshare agreement With Bangkok Airways

Jet Airways expands codeshare agreement With Bangkok Airways

The FINANCIAL -- Jet Airways, India's premier full-service international airline and Bangkok Airways, Asia's Boutique Airline, announced the expansion of their existing codeshare agreement to provide more choice and convenient travel options. Guests travelling between key destinations across Thailand, Vietnam, and India, will benefit from this alignment between the two airlines.

Moreover, this expanded partnership will offer guests enhanced connectivity and seamless access when travelling throughout the combined networks of both the airlines.

Under the expanded codeshare agreement, Jet Airways will place its marketing code on Bangkok Airways' flights beyond Bangkok to Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Koh Samui, Krabi, Phuket, Sukhothai and Trat in Thailand and Da Nang, Phu Quoc in Vietnam.

Subsequently, Bangkok Airways will place its marketing code on Jet Airways' flights beyond Mumbai to key destinations like Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Delhi, Goa and Chennai; as well as beyond Delhi to Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Mumbai and Chennai.

Currently, Jet Airways places its code on Bangkok Airways' flights between Mumbai and Bangkok while Bangkok Airways places its codes on Jet Airways' flights between Bangkok-Mumbai and Bangkok-Delhi.

On the occasion of the codeshare expansion, Gaurang Shetty, Whole-time Director, Jet Airways, said, "This is a continuation of our endeavour to offer our guests more choice and connectivity across key markets around the globe. Jet Airways and Bangkok Airways have been codeshare partners since 2013, and with this enhancement we will for the first time, be able to offer our guests seamlessly connectivity on codeshare flights to seven key touristic favorites across Thailand, as well as growing markets in Vietnam. This codeshare agreement will further lead to a boost in tourism and trade between India and these Asian nations."