Jet, All Nippon tie-up for passenger exchangeApril 7th, 2008 - 7:12 pm ICT by admin
New Delhi, April 7 (IANS) India’s leading private airline Jet Airways and Japan’s All Nippon Airways have signed a frequent flier pact which will allow these companies to exchange passengers and benefit under their promotional schemes. This, according to the airlines’ sttatement, would not only facilitate passengers but also help them increase the number of fliers with them.
The deal, first-of-its-kind between an Indian and a Japanese carrier, would be effective from May 21.
Jet CEO Wolfgang Prock-Schauer said: “Customers will enjoy several benefits such as frequent flier miles and seamless travel, using All Nippon and Jet networks.”
All Nippon president and CEO Mineo Yamamoto said the agreement would be beneficial not only for the airlines but also for the passengers who would get better services.
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