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Malaysia Airlines and IndiGo announce codeshare pact


Malaysia Airlines has entered into an initial agreement with IndiGo, a domestic no-frills carrier, to establish a codeshare partnership aimed at enhancing connectivity between Malaysia and India.

In addition, a collaborative accord between the two airlines will empower them to offer customers enhanced options and flexibility for smooth travel between the two countries, as stated by IndiGo in a press release.

Through this collaboration, Malaysia Airlines will bolster its connectivity with India by serving as the marketing carrier for flights operated by IndiGo. Simultaneously, customers of IndiGo will gain access to a wider array of Southeast Asian destinations through Malaysia Airlines’ extensive network.

This reciprocal arrangement will facilitate seamless connections for passengers of both airlines, providing them with integrated travel itineraries and additional amenities, according to IndiGo.

Malaysia Airlines currently operates 71 weekly flights to nine key Indian cities, including New Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kochi, Ahmedabad, Amritsar, and Trivandrum.

“We are thrilled to establish this Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with IndiGo to expand our presence beyond the nine Indian hubs we presently serve, given that India represents our largest international market,” commented Izham Ismail, Group Managing Director of Malaysia Aviation Group.

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