On 29th November, Air France-KLM and Jet Airways signed an ‘Enhanced Cooperation Agreement’ said to be the first of its kind on the India-Europe market.
Air France-KLM and Jet Airways have signed an ‘Enhanced Cooperation Agreement’ for the development of operations between Europe and India.
The agreement, signed on 29th November and described as the first of its kind on the India-Europe market, strengthens the existing partnership between the three airlines launched in 2014. The initial cooperation was expanded in 2016 with an extensive code-share agreement for connections between Europe and North America and Jet Airways’ hubs at Mumbai and Delhi in India via Air France-KLM’s hubs at Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Amsterdam-Schiphol.
The agreement will offer an extended network and increased capacity between Paris, Amsterdam and India. The recent launches of Amsterdam-Mumbai by KLM and Bengaluru-Amsterdam and Chennai-Paris by Jet Airways are the first examples of this ambition.
In addition to the airlines’ enhanced cooperation agreement, Air France KLM Cargo and Jet Airways Cargo have also signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) which aims to strengthen their cooperation in the cargo sector.