Garuda Indonesia has booked a net income of $51.4 million through the third quarter 2015, an increase of 123.4 per cent compared to the same period last year when it incurred a loss of $220.1 million. Garuda Indonesia president Arif Wibowo said in Jakarta the company also increased total revenue from $2.83 billion through the third quarter 2014 to $2.84 billion during the same period in 2015. Meanwhile, total expenses dropped from $3.08 billion to $2.72 million.
Oman Air and Garuda Indonesia have entered a new codeshare agreement that will offer greater choice and convenience for customers of both airlines. The agreement will enable Oman Air’s customers to book flights, operated by Garuda Indonesia, between Jakarta and Bali, Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok.
Garuda Indonesia will increase flight frequency of the Jakarta - Amsterdam route from five times to six times a week from July 22nd. The addition of Jakarta - Amsterdam route frequency is part of the airline’s efforts to meet rising market demands, and to strengthen its presence in the international market, especially in the European region.
Boeing and Garuda Indonesia announced today the airline’s intent to purchase 30 787-9 Dreamliners, as well as up to 30 737 MAX 8 airplanes. Boeing will work with Garuda Indonesia to finalise the order, at which time it will be posted to Boeing’s Orders & Deliveries website.
Garuda Indonesia and Myanmar Airways International have concluded a codeshare agreement. The signing of the agreement was carried out by Garuda Indonesia executive vice president, sales and marketing, Erik Meijer and Myanmar Airways International managing director Si Thu. Under the agreement, Garuda Indonesia will place its GA marketing code on Myanmar Airways International’s flights between Bangkok-Yangon and Singapore-Yangon.
Boeing and Garuda Indonesia have announced an order for 50 737 MAX 8s, valued at $4.9 billion at current list prices. The flag carrier of Indonesia will purchase 46 737 MAX 8s and will convert existing orders for four Next-Generation 737-800s to 737 MAX 8s.
Hilton HHonors, the loyalty program for Hilton Worldwide’s 11 distinct hotel brands, has announced a new partnership with Garuda Indonesia, the national air carrier of Indonesia. The partnership allows members of both GarudaMiles and Hilton HHonors to earn HHonors Points and GarudaMiles miles when they stay at any of the more than 4,100 hotels within the Hilton Worldwide Portfolio.
Delta Air Lines and Garuda Indonesia have announced a codesharing agreement to place Garuda code on Delta operated flights from Tokyo (Haneda) International Airport to Los Angeles International Airport and Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. The flights will be conveniently timed to connect Garuda Indonesia’s flights between Jakarta and Tokyo-Haneda, offering both airlines’ customers one-stop travel between Indonesia and the US.
Liverpool Football Club and award-winning airline Garuda Indonesia has revealed the Red’s training kit for next season during an event in the heart of Jakarta, Indonesia. LFC legends Dietmar Hamann, Phil Thompson and Luis Garcia took the club’s UEFA Champions League trophy to Central Park mall to celebrate the launch of Liverpool’s return to Champions League as well as the launch of Garuda Indonesia’s very-first direct flight into Europe.
Garuda Indonesia has launched the first Jakarta–Amsterdam direct route following its entrance into the SkyTeam global airline alliance in March. Garuda is making a number of changes in its plans to reflect its commitment to the alliance and allow its customers to make maximum use of the many benefits it brings.
Garuda Indonesia today launched the Jakarta – Amsterdam direct route following its entrance into the SkyTeam global airline alliance in March 2014. Garuda Indonesia is making a number of changes to its plans to reflect its commitment to the alliance to allow its customers to make maximum use of the many benefits it brings.
Following its entrance into the SkyTeam global airline alliance on March 5th, Garuda Indonesia is making a number of changes in its plans to reflect its commitment to the alliance and allow its customers to make maximum use of the many benefits it brings. The first major change is that Garuda Indonesia has decided to make Amsterdam, the Netherlands, its hub for Europe and beyond.