Indonesia’s national flag carrier, Garuda Indonesia, will increase flights from Singapore to Bali and Surabaya starting next month.
The airline currently operates a daily and four times weekly service on its Singapore-Bali route and a four times weekly service from Singapore to Surabaya.
Effective October 27th, Garuda will increase flights on its Singapore-Bali route to a double daily.
The airline will also begin operating daily flights between Singapore and Surabaya, Indonesia’s second largest city.
“Indonesia is an important regional business and leisure hub and passenger traffic to the country continues to grow.
“There is a lot of potential to connect Singapore with more Indonesian destinations and it is a natural step for Garuda as the national flag carrier to meet this strong demand,” said Nicodemus Lampe, vice president, Area Asia, Garuda Indonesia.
“With the newly added flights, we hope to provide our passengers greater convenience and flexibility when planning their trips.”
With the added frequency to Bali and Surabaya, Garuda will be operating over 90 weekly flights from Singapore to four Indonesian destinations namely Bali, Jakarta, Balikpapan and Surabaya.
The new flights will operate using the airline’s Boeing 737-800 Next Generation, which features the Garuda Indonesia’s ‘Nature’s Wing’ livery, signature interior and upgraded on-board services.