The partnership will see passengers offered more flights to India and several other international destinations.
From the start of July, Etihad will use its designator code on Jet’s existing flights to Delhi and Mumbai from Abu Dhabi. Jet will do the same on Etihad flights from India to Abu Dhabi.
The partnership is expected to open up connections for Etihad customers looking for flights to India from the international hubs of Damascus, Beirut and Jeddah, Geneva, Munich, Manchester, New York and Toronto, among others.
James Hogan, chief executive of Etihad, said: "As well as providing air travellers with a greater choice of flights between the UAE capital and these two popular Indian cities, this new codeshare agreement will also provide customers of both our airlines with greater access to each other’s expanding global networks."
Jet Airways airline recently signed a codeshare agreement with United Airlines. The move will allow passengers access to 13 different cities in India from United’s five hubs at Chicago, Denver, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Washington.