18 November 2017

AirLines


Garuda looks to buck trend
July 2003 11

The military campaign against Iraq has inevitably affected the world business, including the airline industry and tourism sector.

Garuda has prepared a "contingency plan" and a "crisis centre". The airline will continue to operate on a particular route as long as it continues to yield positive results, operations-wise and commercial-wise.

Garuda's load factor on flights to the Middle East has experienced a decline of 30 per cent, where previously they yielded up to 70-80 per cent.

As part of efforts to broaden its network in the Middle Eastern region Garuda Indonesia has launched a code-share deal with Qatar Airways on the Doha-Jakarta route via Kuala Lumpur, flying seven flights per week using A-330-600 aircrafts.

For Garuda Indonesia, this arrangement cashes in on potential air passengers from both countries.




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