dnata and Qantas have announced an expansion of its long-term GSA relationship to include dnata’s travel operations in India. dnata has a long-established relationship with Qantas, having first become the airline’s GSA in Dubai, Egypt, Iraq, Afghanistan and Lebanon in 1973. With increased traffic between India and Australia, dnata expects the new relationship to support continued ties between the two regions.
“dnata’s relationship with Qantas has been one of our most successful, lasting more than 41 years, Through dnata in India, customers can now book Qantas to destinations across Australia and the South West Pacific,” said Abdulla Tawakul, Senior Vice President, Corporate & Regional Network, dnata Travel.
With partner airline Jet Airways, Qantas offers 28 codeshare flights from Delhi and Mumbai to Australia via Singapore. Popular leisure and business destinations, such as Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne, are available with daily connections. Qantas also offers daily connections from Chennai to Australia via Singapore as well as from Mumbai via Bangkok and Hong Kong.
“Qantas is delighted to extend its partnership with dnata through clients in India. We have been active in the Indian market for over 60 years. We look forward to developing this vast and exciting market, in partnership with dnata,” said Rohan Garnett, Regional General Manager—Middle East, Africa, India and South Asia, Qantas Airways.
This site is operated by a business or businesses owned by Informa PLC and all copyright resides with them. Informa PLC's registered office is 5 Howick Place, London SW1P 1WG. Registered in England and Wales. Number 8860726.