Garuda opens a passage to India

| December 13, 2016

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Garuda Indonesia commenced the new route on 12 December 2016, with flights initially operating via Bangkok. If these services are a success however, Garuda plans to serve the route non-stop. “We will see how it goes in two or three months; if the results are good, we will make it direct flights,” Garuda’s president director, Arif Wibowo, was reported saying by local news site, Tempo.

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