Korean Air in Codeshare, FFP partnership with India’s Jet Airways

Wednesday, 2 March 2016 00:00 -     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}

Korean Air has signed a new codeshare agreement and partnered the frequent flyer program of India’s Jet Airways.

As part of the codeshare agreement between the two airlines, Korean Air will place its KE code on Jet Airways’ seven to 14 weekly flights from Mumbai and Delhi, to Bangkok and Mumbai-Singapore. More codeshare routes are expected to be added by the end of this year.

Along with the codeshare agreement, the airlines have entered into frequent flyer program partnership. This reciprocal partnership will enable members of both airlines’ frequent flyer program, Skypass and JetPrivilege, to earn and burn mileage on the entire network of the two airlines.

Korean Air currently operates an A330 aircraft from Incheon to Mumbai three times a week. The flight departs every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from Incheon and every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from Mumbai.