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SpiceJet and Emirates enter into code-share agreement

Our Bureau New Delhi | Updated on April 22, 2019

SpiceJet and Dubai-headquartered airline Emirates have signed a memorandum of understanding to enter into a reciprocal codeshare agreement that is set to open new routes and destinations for passengers between India and across America, Europe, Africa and West Asia.

The codeshare agreement will allow both the airlines to carry each other’s flight numbers, thereby allowing easier connections for each other’s passengers.

SpiceJet said in a statement that flyers on the codeshare routes will be able to book connecting flights using a single reservation.

The agreement will also bolster Emirates’ already extensive network, adding a total of 67 weekly connections between its hub in Dubai to destinations in India including increased domestic connectivity from Emirates’ nine Indian gateways points such as Goa, Hubballi, Guwahati, Vishakhapatnam and Thoothukudi, which will allow a greater variety of travel options between both Emirates and SpiceJet flights, added the statement.

Published on April 22, 2019

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