The revitalised national flag carrier, Garuda Indonesia has just announced that, from from 01st March 2012, there will be a the reduction of its daily flight service from Jakarta to Amsterdam to just four times a week. This is currently the only fight operated by Garuda into Europe and the remaining days of operation will be each Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday from Jakarta, and every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from Amsterdam. The flight will continue to be flown on Garuda's Airbus A330-200 aircraft with 36 seats for passengers in business class and 186 in economy.
Whilst Garuda is being cautious in the European market ,made difficult by the economic situation within the Eurozone, it is expanding its services to Japan and Taiwan. A new five times weekly route, from Bail's airport Denpasar to Tokyo’s Haneda Airport will be launched on April 27,(Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday) and a second new daily service will fly from the Indonesian capital Jakarta to Taipei from May 19th 2012 .
Garuda currently flies four routes to Japan, they are Jakarta – Tokyo's Narita airport, Denpasar – Tokyo's narita airport, Denpasar – Nagoya, and Denpasar – Osaka's Kansai airport.
In addition Garuda will be increasing the frequency of the Jakarta to Kuala Lumpur route, from twice-a-day to three times a day from the beginning of 2012.
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