INDIAN airline Jet Airways has announced a codeshare agreement with regional airline Bangkok Airways in a deal meant to reinforce both carriers' international networks.
Under the terms of the arrangement, Bangkok Airways’ services between Mumbai and Bangkok will carry Jet Airways’ flight code, while Bangkok Airways will have its code tagged to Jet Airways’ flights between Bangkok and Mumbai.
Codeshare flights will be available for purchase starting tomorrow for travel from May 4.
“Established as the second largest economy in South-east Asia, Thailand has seen exponential growth in trade and tourism, attracting travellers from across the world including India,” said Raj Sivakumar, chief commercial officer, Jet Airways, in a press release.
“These codeshare flights will offer wider and convenient travel options to our esteemed guests travelling between India and Bangkok for business and leisure.”