Virgin Atlantic and IndiGo have expanded their codesharing, giving frequent travellers more options and opening up a variety of new destinations in India.
Codesharing is a common arrangement between airlines to sell seats on each other’s flights, which expands the current footprint. Customers can now buy tickets to easily connect to London and other cities via Delhi and Mumbai from places like Varanasi, Srinagar, Goa, and Lucknow.
“Virgin Atlantic customers seem to particularly enjoy Goa’s stunning beaches. Goa Mopa, Goa’s second airport, will be a part of the expanded partnership, giving travellers even more access to one of their favourite places.”
With more opportunities to earn Virgin Points and Tier Points on every codeshare flight with IndiGo, Virgin Atlantic’s Flying Club members will be able to reach their rewards more quickly.
“With IndiGo’s codeshare agreement, we are thrilled to more than double the number of destinations we can offer. As a result, our clients have even more options when travelling to and from India.”Alex McEwan, Virgin Atlantic’s country manager for South Asia
“We offer a variety of connections to and from India’s most well-liked destinations by combining IndiGo’s extensive network with Virgin Atlantic’s three daily services between India and the UK,” said McEwan.
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