Etihad Airways and Saudi Arabian Airlines plans to expand their codeshare agreement

Etihad Airways and Saudi Arabian Airlines, otherwise called Saudia, have reported plans to extend their codeshare understanding after positive development in traffic since their partnership started in November.

Together, Etihad and Saudia stated that they have flown more than 16,000 visitors over the partnership.

Tony Douglas, Group CEO, Etihad Aviation Group stated: “With more prominent decision now accessible, greater adaptability crosswise over both our timetables, and world-driving items and administrations, together, we currently fly around 150 visitors for each day over one another’s systems. We will probably develop this number impressively through extension of the codeshare assention in the coming months, and to convey more advantages to our clients.”

The codeshare assention has seen ‘EY’ and ‘SV’ codes officially put on 14 courses with the expansion of Vienna this week. In the coming months, Etihad will put its ‘EY’ code on, Tunis, Sharm El Sheik and Alexandria.

In the meantime, Saudia will put its ‘SV’ code on Etihad flights to Tokyo, Nagoya, and Baku.

Stage two for the ‘EY’ code will incorporate Algiers, Dhaka and Erbil while stage two for the ‘SV’ code will incorporate Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Moscow, Dusseldorf, Hong Kong, Kathmandu, Lagos, Minsk, Rabat, Astana, and more focuses in India.

Saleh Al-Jasser, Saudia director general mentioned, “The codeshare association with Etihad Airways empowers more prominent availability and access to goals for our visitors. By utilizing every one of our systems, we can give a wide exhibit of decision and accommodation that loans itself well for business and relaxation voyagers alike.”

By and large, Etihad conveys around 1.3 million travelers every year to and from the kingdom while Etihad Cargo conveyed in excess of 23,200 tons of load between the two nations a year ago. In November, Jeddah turned into the principal goal on the carrier’s system to be worked by Etihad’s Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner.

Etihad today works 84 flights for every week to Saudi Arabia.

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