Garuda to open three new routes to Singapore


Jakarta - Garuda Indonesia, the flag carrier, will open three new routes linking cities in Sumatra and Java islands with Singapore, a company spokesman said Monday.

"Coinciding with the start of the summer season for the aviation sector, on March 28 we will launch three new flight routes to Singapore," said Pujo Broto.

One will link Singapore with Pekanbaru in Riau province and Palembang in South Sumatra. Another will connect the island republic with the Central Java capital of Semarang and the third will link Singapore with Yogyakarta.

All flights will be served by Boeing 737 aircraft.

The Singapore-Pekanbaru-Palembang route will operate six times a week, the Singapore-Semarang route four times a week and the Singapore-Yogyakarta route thrice weekly. (The Jakarta Post).





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