British Airways is to welcome Indian airline
Kingfisher to one world in February 2012, as part of its plans to
strengthen its Asian network.
British Airways is sponsoring
Kingfisher’s membership of oneworld, and has just completed a
thorough review of Kingfisher’s processes and procedures.
British Airways has a long and vibrant history
of flying to and from India, and last year began codesharing with
Kingfisher on routes around the continent.
The entry of Kingfisher will
add 40 Indian destinations to the oneworld network, and will make
one of the world’s most important emerging markets easier to reach
than ever before.
British Airways Executive Club
and Kingfisher King Club members are already benefiting from
sharing miles and tier points between airlines, while Kingfisher’s
accession in February will give its Sapphire and Emerald-level
King Club members access to over 550 oneworld lounges around the
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