Royal Jordanian has enhanced its existing codeshare agreement with Turkish Airlines to include four new cities in Turkey, including Dalaman, Antalya, Gaziantep and Izmir.
The Jordanian carrier grants its passengers more convenient options to travel to these new destinations with a single ticket, avoiding multiple passenger and luggage check-ins.
Dalaman, Gaziantep and Izmir are sold in connection with Royal Jordanian’s Amman-Istanbul flights, while during peak seasons, Dalaman and Antalya will be operated directly from Amman, with the carrier’s marketing code on Turkish Airlines flights.
Royal Jordanian has additionally been selling seats to Milan, Sofia, Sarajevo and Budapest via Istanbul onboard Turkish Airlines flights.
Meanwhile, Royal Jordanian’s codeshare with Qatar Airways has also been enhanced, with Nairobi now available on the Jordanian airline’s network. Royal Jordanian now places its marketing code on QR-operated flights from Doha-Nairobi, with tickets sold in connection with Amman-Doha flights.
As well as the most recent addition, the airline has been selling seats to Muscat, Karachi, Lahore, Dhaka, Singapore, Perth, Colombo and Johannesburg via Doha on board QR-tagged flights.
President and CEO, Royal Jordanian, Stefan Pichler commented on the updated agreements with both Turkish Airlines and Qatar Airways: “The codeshare agreements boost Royal Jordanian’s presence in the market and offer our customers more destinations that can be reached more easily and conveniently.
“Through codesharing with other carriers, we aim to synchronise our schedules to reduce layovers and longer waiting times at airports, making our guests’ travel experience hassle-free,” he added.
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