Gulf Air and SpiceJet have signed a memorandum of understanding to discover better cooperation between the 2 airways.
The settlement will embrace an interline and code share settlement, in addition to the coordination of cargo, engineering and pilot coaching companies.
It was signed by Krešimir Kučko, government director of Gulf Air, and Ajay Singh, president and CEO of SpiceJet.
Along with analyzing a shared and interline code settlement, the scope of the memorandum contains the 2 airways that discover progress alternatives past community enlargement by benefiting from one another's strengths.
Airways will even take part and collaborate to enhance their respective cargo and engineering companies.
Kučko mentioned: “It is a historic occasion for each Gulf Air and SpiceJet as we strengthen the business ties between the 2 carriers; creating extra choices for our worthwhile passengers to discover new cities by means of our networks.
"Now we have a long-standing relationship with the Republic of India, and we’re proud to work carefully with our mates at SpiceJet."
Gulf Air presently operates 82 weekly flights to eight locations in India: Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Thiruvananthapuram, Cochin, Hyderabad, Calicut and Bangalore.
SpiceJet presently operates flights to greater than 50 locations inside India.
Ajay Singh, president and managing director of SpiceJet mentioned: “I’m extraordinarily pleased with the signing of this memorandum and the start of this new partnership between SpiceJet and Gulf Air.
“This affiliation will profit each airways and our passengers immensely within the occasions to come back.
“These are thrilling occasions for SpiceJet as we comply with our worldwide enlargement plan. We’re growing a large portfolio of locations each at dwelling and in worldwide markets.
“The Center East has all the time been amongst our prime precedence markets.
"This settlement will play an important function for the subsequent part of SpiceJet's progress as we proceed to discover the numerous alternatives round us."