Through its codeshare agreement with Turkish Airlines, low-cost carrier IndiGo has teamed up with VisitBritain to promote travel to the United Kingdom. It will provide connectivity to Istanbul through London, Manchester, and Birmingham.
VisitBritain and Indigo have a partnership
The partnership between Indigo and VisitBritain is anticipated to increase travel and tourism between India and the UK and to foster both countries’ economic growth and development. Customers will also have a cost-effective travel alternative thanks to this agreement.
“Although tourists can go to the UK all year long, the summer and late spring see the highest numbers of travelers. IndiGo hopes to give clients more options by utilizing these links, especially during the busiest time of year for Indian tourists.
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According to Mr. Vinay Malhotra, Head of Global Operations, “We are dedicated to making flying a pleasurable experience for our customers and will fulfil our promise of courteous, hassle-free, on-time, and inexpensive travel over an unmatched network.
Indigo and Turkish Airlines
According to Ms. Louise Bryce, Director of Partnerships at VisitBritain, “India is one of our most significant markets for incoming tourists, and we are aware of the travel demand that has been waiting to be met. Making it simpler for visitors to travel to Britain, including through regional gateways, is essential to our competitive tourism offer and to inspiring them to explore more of the country.
This is not the first time IndiGo and Turkish Airlines have partnered to offer code sharing services. 32 new connecting flights to Europe through its codeshare agreement with Turkish Airlines were announced last year. Numerous well-known locations, like Milan, Manchester, Birmingham, Rome, Venice, Portugal, and Switzerland, are included on the new routes.
Qantas and IndiGo announced
When Qantas and IndiGo announced their codeshare partnership in August of last year, travellers travelling to Bengaluru and Delhi could easily connect to major destinations like Mumbai, Chennai, Pune, and Goa.
Two airlines can increase their access to passengers travelling to locations served by either of them thanks to a codeshare arrangement.
Through such alliances, airlines are able to schedule their passengers on the aircraft of their alliance partners and offer convenient travel to places where they do not operate.
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