American Airways and IndiGo have signed a codeshare settlement that may permit the previous to promote seats on the latter’s flights on the Delhi-Bengaluru and Delhi-Mumbai routes. Solely the New York-Delhi route is now served by American Airways. This is not the primary time IndiGo has partnered with an abroad airline to codeshare. Qatar Airways, Turkish Airways, and Air France-KLM have already signed codeshare agreements with them.
“American and IndiGo plan to develop the codeshare within the close to future to incorporate greater than a dozen extra locations in India (along with Bengaluru and Mumbai),” the assertion by American Airways stated.
American Airways and IndiGo had in September final yr introduced that they’re coming into right into a codeshare settlement.
“IndiGo is a premier Indian service, and thru our codeshare settlement, clients can e book journey on IndiGo by way of Delhi to and from two of India’s hottest locations, Bangalore and Mumbai,” stated Anmol Bhargava, Vice President of International Alliances and Partnerships, American Airways.
Within the month of April, Indigo reactivated its codeshare settlement with Qatar Airways after resuming the common flight operations following the Covid-19 pandemic. IndiGo on the time was working 154 flights per week between Doha and eight Indian cities – Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Chennai, Kochi, Kozhikode, and Kannur. At present, IndiGo has codeshare partnerships with Turkish Airways, Qatar Airways and American Airways.
Previous to that, Australian service Qantas stated it was finalising a codeshare partnership with Indian service IndiGo. India had, on March 27, resumed scheduled worldwide flights after a Covid-19 induced hiatus of two years.
With inputs kind PTI