Singapore Airlines and Garuda Indonesia Airlines signed a joint Singapore-Denpasar flight. In codeshare cooperation, the two airlines will provide connectivity services for its passengers.
Ng Kian Wah, Senior Vice President of Sales Regions Singapore Airlines, explains, the codeshare agreement will effective on December 1, 2010. "The two airlines will cooperate on the basis of the principle of reciprocity on all flights between Singapore and Denpasar," said Ng Kian.
The agreement is a shared desire to offer more flight options for customers. It also aims to improve the accessibility of foreign tourists who will travel to the island of Bali.
Garuda Indonesia customers will be able to enjoy connectivity services from Singapore to all destinations of Singapore Airlines in the world. Similarly, on the contrary, Singapore Airlines customers can enjoy the benefits of connectivity Garuda Indonesia's domestic destinations from Denpasar, Bali.
Singapore Airlines operates three flights per day to Singapore-Denpasar route, while Garuda has daily flights. The cooperation is believed to be able to maximize the benefits of two airlines from the route.