Jet Airways joins Arab Air Carriers Organisation

Our Bureau Mumbai | Updated on May 30, 2011 Published on May 30, 2011


Jet Airways announced on Monday that it is the first Indian airline to join the Arab Air Carriers Organisation (AACO) as a partner airline.

The partnership which was simultaneously announced in Beirut and Mumbai will provide the Jet Airways and the Arab airline members of AACO, with opportunities of creating synergies through the various joint projects under AACO, in areas such as fuel management, ground services, safety initiatives, and training to name some of the areas.

“With our growing presence in the middle east, an opportunity to partner with AACO is an important one. This association is strategic to our continued success in this region.

We are indeed looking forward to working with AACO on their various joint projects and initiatives,” Mr Nikos Kardassis, Chief Executive Officer of Jet Airways, said.

Mr Abdul Wahab Teffaha, Secretary General of AACO, added, “AACO was able to develop during the past years a strong presence amongst associations through the establishment of joint projects, which help member airlines to achieve better economies of scale and scope.

The synergies of the cooperation between Arab airlines and Jet Airways will open new horizons for the parties concerned. AACO is proud that Jet Airways has chosen to be the first of its partner airlines.”

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Published on May 30, 2011
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