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Jet Airways Airbus A330-300 VT-JWQ. Image copyright Vedant Agarwal.
Jet Airways Airbus A330-300 VT-JWQ. Image copyright Vedant Agarwal.

Jet Airways announces codeshare agreement with AeroMexico

Jet Airways and AeroMexico have announced an agreement for codesharing between the two carriers. The codeshare agreement will see Jet Airways will put its “9W” code on flights operated by AeroMexico from London to Mexico’s capital city. AeroMexico will put its “AM” code on Jet’s direct flights from London to India. Sales for the same will begin today for travel from 1 May.

Gaurang Shetty, Whole Time Director, Jet Airways
“This is an important agreement for the Jet Airways, as it enables us to offer our guests more connectivity options to Mexico which is gaining more and more traction with the discerning Indian traveler looking for new experiences. We are confident that this relationship will help facilitate demand for not only leisure but also in the fast growing trade and business cooperation areas between both nations.”

Anko van der Werff, Chief Revenue Officer, AeroMexico
“The celebration of this codeshare agreement is further proof that AeroMexico continues to work to connect its customers to the most important regions of the world, which is why it was fundamental to sign this agreement for travel to India, a country featuring continued growth of its economic activities and diverse tourism industry.”

As part of the agreement members of both the airline’s loyalty programs will earn miles while traveling on the codeshare flights.

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