New Delhi: Leading US carrier American Airlines and India's largest airline IndiGo have launched a codeshare agreement that allows the former to sell seats on the latter's flights operating on Delhi-Bengaluru and Delhi-Mumbai routes, a statement said on Thursday.
As o now, American Airlines has flights on the New York-Delhi route only.
American and IndiGo plan to expand the codeshare in the near future to include more than a dozen additional destinations in India (in addition to Bengaluru and Mumbai)," the statement by American Airlines said.
The two airlines had announced in September last year that they were entering into the code share agreement.
" IndiGo is a premier Indian carrier and through our codeshare agreement, customers can book travel on IndiGo via Delhi to and from two of India's most popular destinations, Bangalore and Mumbai, said Anmol Bhargava, Vice President of Global Alliances and Partnerships, American Airlines.
IndiGo, India's low cost but high density carrier, already has codeshare agreements with Qatar Airways, Turkish Airlines and Air France-KLM airlines.