Air France - KLM and Jetstar Group to Form Interline Partnership

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 2 June 2010

Air France - KLM and the Jetstar Group of Airlines (Jetstar, Jetstar Asia / Valuair and Jetstar Pacific) are forming an interline partnership which will encompass all Jetstar ports, which now totals almost 60 across the network including 21 direct markets into Singapore, and Air France and KLM hubs in Paris and Amsterdam.

This is the first interline agreement covering all Jetstar airlines as a collective signed with a full service carrier outside its parent company Qantas.

Marnix Fruitema, Senior Vice President, Asia Pacific, Air France - KLM said, This is a strategic move towards improving our product offering in this fast growing region of the world. By joining forces with Jetstar we are offering more choice in destinations between Europe and the Asia Pacific.

Jetstar Executive Manager Commercial, David Koczkar added, This partnership with one of Europes most established carriers will provide new opportunities for customers to more easily travel to the almost 60 destinations across the Asia Pacific region that Jetstar serves, including through our growing Singapore hub ... Importantly, I also expect that this partnership will have a positive impact on increasing accessibility for customers within our domestic networks in Australia, New Zealand and Vietnam, leading to significant benefits for each of these local tourism industries.

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