Jet Airways has continued to expand in Southeast Asia, by signing a new code share partnership with Bangkok Airways. Jet and Bangkok Airways will jointly market and sell each other’s flights between Mumbai and Bangkok, under this new arrangement.Raj Sivakumar, Chief Commercial Officer, Jet Airways stated, “Established as the second largest economy in Southeast Asia, Thailand has seen exponential growth in trade and tourism, attracting travellers from across the world including India. These code share flights will offer wider and convenient travel options to our esteemed guests travelling between India and Bangkok for business and leisure. This new partnership reinforces our commitment towards developing a robust network across regions.”Peter Wiesner, Bangkok Airways Senior Vice President – Network Management said, “The code share services will allow customers to have better frequency to connect to Bangkok. We believe this partnership will offer a unique advantage for Jet Airways’ passengers who will enjoy our unparalleled services which include: free lounge access, in-flight meal and many more. I am confident that this will also strengthen Bangkok Airways’ extensive code share scheme of 17 code share partners including Jet Airways.”The partnership with Bangkok Airways comes just a week after Jet expanded its code share agreements with two other Southeast Asian carriers, Garuda Indonesia and Vietnam Airlines.