Air India recently announced a codeshare agreement with Fiji Airways, thereby enabling both the carriers to offer better connectivity and flexibility on sectors between India and Fiji. This new codeshare will primarily benefit passengers from Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai travelling to the island country via Hong Kong or Singapore.
Under this deal, Fiji Airways has placed its FJ code on flights operated by Air India from the three Indian cities to Hong Kong and Singapore. Likewise, Air India has added its AI code on Fiji Airways flights from Hong Kong and Singapore to Nadi, Fiji.
The signing of this new codeshare agreement is expected to further boost Air India’s international connectivity. Adding to this, Meenakshi Mallik, commercial director of Air India said, “We are happy to establish codeshare partnership with Fiji Airways thereby expanding our network and offering wider connectivity to our esteemed passengers.
“This partnership launches Air India’s first services into Nadi, Fiji which will offer connectivity to Air India’s esteemed passengers travelling between India and Fiji over Singapore and Hong Kong.”