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Australians now have more travel options to India with Qantas expanding its codeshare partnership with the country’s largest domestic airline.

From today, customers can seamlessly connect from Qantas flights in Singapore onto IndiGo’s services to Delhi and Mumbai.

This adds to the existing codeshare arrangements which offers customers on Qantas flights in Bengaluru and Delhi the ability to connect onto IndiGo domestic services to 21 other destinations across India.

Customers can also build overnight stopovers in Singapore into their itinerary before connecting to Delhi or Mumbai.

“Since we launched our codeshare agreement with Indigo in 2022, we’ve continued to see the partnership go from strength to strength,” said Cam Wallace, CEO Qantas International.

“We’re excited to be growing our partnership further, offering our customers more choice and convenience when flying between Australia and India. This will also give frequent flyers another way to earn and redeem points and status credits.

“We expect the new codeshare flights through Singapore will be popular with Qantas customers in Brisbane and Perth, who now have the option of a more direct route to India.”

Qantas customers travelling on IndiGo have the same checked baggage allowance as their flight from Australia and receive complimentary food and drinks.

Qantas Frequent Flyers can earn and redeem points on connecting IndiGo flights (with a QF code) between Singapore and India.

Last week, Qantas announced increased flying to both India and Singapore, with flights from Sydney to Bengaluru increasing to daily over the peak holiday season as well as additional flights to Singapore from Sydney and Brisbane (subject to government and regulatory approval).