Qatar Airways now operates to 13 cities in India from its Doha hub while the Tata-SIA run joint venture airline Vistara operates to 18 domestic destinations.
The partnership is effective from Monday, Qatar Airways said.
An interline arrangement refers to a pact to issue and accept tickets for flights that are operated by the partner airline.
Under the partnership, passengers of Qatar Airways can travel seamlessly on Vistara's domestic flights to and from the Persian Gulf carrier's global network.
H.E. Akbar Al Baker, CEO, Qatar Airways Group, said, "Giving our premium passengers the opportunity to pre-select their meals before they fly is another example of our unrivalled onboard experience". "We look forward to welcoming even more passengers on our flights".
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"We are delighted to launch our interline partnership with Qatar Airways, through which we will offer a seamless flying experience and worldwide luggage allowance to our joint customers from various cities in India to and from over 150 destinations across the world on a single ticket", Vistara Chief Executive Officer Phee Teik Yeoh said on the partnership.
Qatar Airways (QA) has entered into an interline partnership with growing and full-service Indian airline Vistara, as the national carrier marks more than 20 successful years of flights to India, it was announced.
QA operates services from Doha to the Indian cities of New Delhi, Kochi, Ahmedabad, Amritsar, Bengaluru, Mumbai, Kozikode, Kolkata, Goa, Hyderabad, Chennai, Nagpur and Thiruvananthapuram, demonstrating its growing presence and commitment to the Indian market.
Already, Vistara has interline/through check-in agreements with various carriers, including Air France, KLM, Japan Airlines, All Nippon Airways (ANA), British Airways and Finnair.
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