Monday, April 20, 2009

Garuda Indonesia Airlines stop flight to Darwin

Garuda Indonesia

Related with decline in passengers from several cities in foreign countries due to the impact of global economic crisis, the Indonesia airlines company Garuda Indonesia had stopped flight to Darwin, Australia, starting Friday (24/4/2009). Meanwhile, the flight to Bangkok will be reduced from seven times the frequency to be three times per week starting Friday (1 / 5).

"Furthermore, Garuda Indonesia will use the plane which previously serve this route to serve the other prospective and more profitable routes," said VP Corporate Secretary Garuda Indonesia, Pujobroto, Friday (17 / 4) in Jakarta. Recently, Garuda Indonesia open a nwe flight route: Yogyakarta - Singapore, Surabaya - Hong Kong, Denpasar - Hong Kong, Jakarta - Malang, Jakarta - Tanjung Karang, and Jakarta - Kendari.

On Friday (May 1, 2009), Garuda will also open a new flight route Jakarta - Denpasar - Kupang and Jakarta - Jambi. The flight route Jakarta-Kupang will served every day using Boeing 737 aircraft, departed from Jakarta at 10:40 WIB and arrived at Denpasar 13:25 WITA and will depart again at 14:05 WIT and arrived at Kupang at 15:05 WITA.

Instead, the flight from Kupang depart at 15:45 WITA, arriving in Denpasar at 17:20 WITA, departing again at 18:00 WITA and arrive in the Cengkareng at 18:45 WIB. Flight to Jambi will also be served once a day using Boeing 737 aircraft, departing from Jakarta 06.30 WIB and arrived in the Jambi at 07.40 WIB. Meanwhile, departing from Jambi at 08.15 WIB and arrived in Jakarta at 09.30 WIB.