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Garuda to operate 18 new routes
January 7th, 2009


JAKARTA – Continuing with business development measures, Garuda Indonesia will, this year, operate at least 18 new routes in both the domestic and regional sectors, while the arrival of 14 new B 737 NGs starting in mid-2009 will help to realise the airline’s network expansion plans. 

The proposed routes are Jakarta to Tanjungkarang (Lampung), Malang (East 

Java), Jambi, Manado and Pangkal Pinang; Jakarta to Kendari (Southeast 

Sulawesi), Gorontalo, Sorong (Papua), Ambon and Palu (Central Sulawesi) all

via Makassar; Jakarta-Balikpapan-Tarakan; Denpasar to Lombok (West Nusa Tenggara), Kupang (East Nusa Tenggara), Adelaide (Australia), Hong Kong and Surabaya; Jakrata-Shanghai-Denpasar-Jakarta; and Yogyakarta-Singapore.

While some of the routes are new services, others are old routes that will be re-opened in stages, beginning January 16.

Garuda’s Yogyakarta-Singapore route began services on December 16 last year, flying three times a week.

Garuda president and CEO, Emirsyah Satar, said that by 2013, the airline’s aircraft fleet would be expected to grow threefold with a total of 128 aircraft. New fleet additions comprising 50 B 737NGs and 10 B 777-300Ers arriving this year as well as ongoing aircraft revitalisation measures will gradually replace old aircraft.

Summary: Continuing with business development measures, Garuda Indonesia will, this year, operate at least 18 new routes in both the domestic and regional sectors,

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