Friday, January 27, 2012

Garuda Indonesia cuts European flights

Due to the downturn of the economic conditions in Europe which has not shown any improvement in this current time and has been affecting to the declining market, Garuda Indonesia will reduce daily flights from Jakarta – Dubai – Amsterdam (Europe) from seven to four times a week.

Garuda, then, fly every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday from Jakarta, and every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from Amsterdam.

To serve the Jakarta – Dubai – Amsterdam route, Garuda Indonesia operates an A330-200 with a capacity of 222 seats, consisting of 36 in business class and 186 in economy class.

Meanwhile, to cater the growth of market in Tokyo and Taipei flight and as Garuda Indonesia continues to broaden its network, particularly in the international sector, the airline will soon introduce new services, namely Denpasar – Tokyo (Haneda) which will be effective on April 27, 2012, and Jakarta – Taipei which will be effective on May 19, 2012.

Beginning in February 2012, Garuda Indonesia will also increase the frequency of Jakarta – Kuala Lumpur three times a day from the previously twice daily.

Garuda Indonesia will fly the Denpasar – Haneda (Tokyo) route five times a week (Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday).

Flights are scheduled to leave Denpasar (GA 886) at 15.30 WITA arriving in Haneda at 23.30 LT. On the return flight, GA 887 will depart from Haneda at 01.00 LT and arrive in Denpasar at 07.00 WITA.

To serve the route, Garuda operates an Airbus 330-300 which has a capacity of 257 passengers (42 in the executive class and 215 in economy class).

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