Japan Airlines (JAL) and Vistara today (20.10) have reached a formal partnership agreement with the aim of improving customer convenience, the quality of services and enhancing the corporate value of both companies following the expansion of their customer base, and widen each presence across international markets.
In line with the rapid growth of India’s economy and strengthened relations between the two countries, air travel demand between Japan and India has also been growing strongly. With JAL operating daily nonstop services between Tokyo (Narita) and Delhi, Vistara’s hub in Delhi IGI Terminal 3 offers JAL customers seamless connectivity to and from its network of 11 cities across India. With this agreement, JAL customers can initially avail the convenience of purchasing one ticket in Japan or India for combined itineraries on JAL and Vistara, and enjoy the fully international baggage allowances on Vistara’s domestic services in India. Future enhancements could include inter-airline through check-in facilities, lounge access and codesharing.
TATA SIA Airlines Limited was established in August 2014, known by the brand name Vistara, is a joint venture between Tata Sons Limited and Singapore Airlines Limited (SIA).
Source / Author: JAL