New Delhi: Leading Indian flyer Jet Airways on Thursday announced codeshare and reciprocal frequent flyer programme partnership with Korean Air for increasing connectivity further.

“The codeshare cooperation with Korean Air is an important milestone in growing our relationships with carriers around the globe to provide guests access to the destinations they value most,” said Jet Airways senior vice president Gaurang Shetty in a statement.

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According to the agreement, Jet Airways will place its marketing code on non-stop Korean Air flights between Incheon, Seoul and Mumbai and also on flights between Incheon, Seoul, Bangkok and Singapore.

Similarly, Koran Air will deploy its marketing code on Jet Airways’ flight operations between Singapore and Mumbai and between Bangkok and Mumbai and Delhi, the statement said.

Scheduled to be effective from March 1 2016, the latest codeshare agreement was Jet’s 23rd and frequent flyer agreement the 30th.

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