Jet Airways, an Indian full service international airline, and flynas, Saudi Arabia’s first low-cost airline, have entered into an extensive codeshare partnership to enhance connectivity between India and Saudi Arabia.
Gulf Air and Thai Airways International (THAI), signed an expansion to the existing codeshare agreement effective from October 28.
Saudi Arabian Airlines (SAUDIA), the national flag carrier of Saudi Arabia, and Garuda Indonesia airlines have expanded their existing bilateral codeshare agreement.
EgyptAir and TAP Air Portugal have agreed to strengthen their cooperation by expanding the current codeshare agreement previously agreed upon by both the Star Alliance members.
Bangkok Airways and Oman Air have signed a new codeshare agreement, effective April 01, to provide customers with an enhanced network to travel between Oman and several cities throughout Thailand.
Hong Kong flagship Cathay Pacific and Kazakhstan’s national carrier Air Astana have begun codesharing on a number of their services.
US aviation giant, American Airlines, and Australia’s Qantas have filed an application with US Department of Transportation seeking approval to form a joint business better serving customers flying between North America, Australia and New Zealand.
Singapore Airlines (SIA) and SilkAir customers travelling to more than 130 destinations across the SIA Group network stand to benefit from a new codeshare agreement with the group’s low-cost subsidiary Scoot.
Emirates and Qantas Airways are set to extend their strategic codeshare partnership for further five years, with changes to reflect customer demand, new aircraft technology, and the strengths of the airlines’ networks.