Air France-KLM and Jet Airways have signed an “Enhanced Cooperation Agreement” to boost flight operations between India, Europe and North America. Through this new deal, the three partners aim to develop commercial offerings and travel services throughout their network spanning 44 cities in India and 106 destinations across Europe.

The agreement offers an extended network and increased capacity between Paris, Amsterdam and India, improve connecting opportunities through adapted flight times via Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Amsterdam-Schiphol as well as Mumbai, Delhi, Bengaluru and Chennai, and benefits of the Flying Blue and JetPrivilege loyalty programmes on the three airlines’ networks.

In addition, this agreement will improve the Air France-KLM and Delta Air Lines’ transatlantic partnership between Europe and North America, offering access to over 200 destinations in North America.

“The enhanced cooperation agreement between Jet Airways, Air France and KLM being signed during Jet Airways’ 25th Year and Air France’s 70 Years in India, represents the next stage in our journey of offering our valued guests greater choice, connectivity, and comfort across our combined global networks. I am excited for the future, as we move forward with this historic development and the exciting new value proposition which will drive tremendous benefits to our customers.” says Naresh Goyal, Chairman Jet Airways. , 

Sanchita Nambiar