Qatar Airways and China Southern Airlines have signed a memorandum of understanding confirming the growth of an current codeshare settlement.
The deal was signed by Qatar Airways Group chief govt, Akbar Al Baker, and China Southern Airlines chief govt, Han Wensheng.
It builds upon the prevailing settlement, itself signed by the airways in December 2019.
As a part of the collaboration, all future flights between China and Qatar will likely be codeshared, permitting passengers to learn from seamless connecting flights.
The nearer cooperation may even present higher buyer advantages, together with elevated joint lounge entry and a soon-to-be confirmed enhanced frequent flyer settlement.
In addition, the 2 airways agreed to assist the expansion of Beijing’s Daxing International Airport, into a number one worldwide aviation hub for each passenger and cargo providers.
Al Baker stated: “This is the latest chapter in the story of our airline’s continued journey to provide an enhanced and seamless customer experience for passengers travelling via our two hubs of Hamad International Airport, the new Beijing Daxing International Airport and Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport.”