Monday, October 26, 2009

Garuda Indonesia postponed the reopening Semarang-Singapore

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Garuda Indonesia postponed the reopening of Semarang-Singapore route. The possibility to reopen the route was even smaller with the lack of market demand and rising world oil prices.
General Manager of PT Garuda Indonesia Central Java, Kokoh Ritonga express it on Friday (23/10). As of June 1, 2009 Garuda Indonesia freeze of Semarang-Singapore route which took place according to plan until October 24th. However, until now there has been no sign of that route will be opened again.
"Until now we have not received a decision from the head office. We are not sure that the opening of the route would be beneficial. In addition to its least demand, rising world oil prices are also a consideration," said Sturdy.
Currently, Kokoh said, Garuda Indonesia to strengthen the focus on domestic routes. Semarang-Jakarta route for example, are now become nine daily flights, up from six flights per day.