Travelers will have easier access to Indonesia with Korean Air’s expanded codeshare relationship with Garuda Indonesia Airlines.
Starting Monday February 8, Korean Air will share codes on Garuda operated flights on the Incheon-Jakarta route three times a week. This adds to the existing codesharing on Korean Air’s daily flights on the same route, increasing the codeshare frequency to ten weekly flights.
With the added schedule, Korean Air passengers will be able to enjoy a wider range of options when planning travel to the Southeast Asian country.
Korean Air uses Boeing 777-200 aircraft on its daily flights. Garuda operated codeshare flights will use the Airbus 330-200.
Korean Air has codeshare partnerships with 22 airlines worldwide, including SkyTeam partner airlines, Vietnam Airlines, Japan Airlines, Alaska Airlines, Emirates and more.