Garuda Indonesia is now flying to Dubai and to celebrate the new daily service the airline is offering competitively priced specials.
Bagus Y. Siregar, Senior General Manager Australia/SWP Garuda Indonesia commented: “This new service to Dubai via Jakarta offers our customers an alternative gateway for travel to the Middle East and on to Europe.”
“Flying with Garuda Indonesia, customers will experience the quality expected from an international four star carrier with state-of-the-art in-flight entertainment systems, an in-flight menu designed by the award winning chef William Wongso and a showcasing of warm Indonesian hospitality reflected in the service, on-board decor and staff uniforms.”
Effective immediately, the sale fare offer includes:
Return Economy Class
• Ex Sydney to Dubai via Denpasar or Jakarta for $1,419* per person inclusive of taxes
• Ex Melbourne to Dubai via Denpasar or Jakarta for $1,400 * per person inclusive of taxes
• Ex Perth to Dubai via Denpasar or Jakarta for $1,276 * per person inclusive of all taxes
Return Executive Class
• Ex Sydney to Dubai via Denpasar or Jakarta for $ 4,861 * per person inclusive of taxes
• Ex Melbourne to Dubai via Denpasar or Jakarta for $4,842 * per person inclusive of taxes
• Ex Perth to Dubai via Denpasar or Jakarta for $ 4,547 * per person inclusive of all taxes
Making international travel even more convenient, unlimited free stopovers are permitted each direction in Denpasar and Jakarta; subject to flight routing.
Passengers flying to Dubai via Jakarta will be travelling on the airline’s technically advanced 222-seater Airbus A330-200 aircraft with a two-class configuration - carrying 36 passengers in Executive Class and 186 in Economy Class. In Executive Class the aircraft offers fully reclining flat bed seats with 1.88 metre seat pitch. The aircraft also features individual touch-screen LCD screens in all classes; state-of-art in-flight entertainment systems with touch-screen Audio & Video On Demand (AVOD) delivering a choice of 25 feature films, 250 audio tracks and 25 video games.
For all travel bookings contact Garuda Indonesia on 1300 365 331
*Terms and conditions: Valid for travel from 22 June 2010 until 31 March 2011, seasonal surcharges and blackout dates apply. Advertised fares are for return economy or executive class travel from SYD/MEL/PER and include all taxes, fees and surcharges. http://www.garuda-indonesia.com/
About Garuda Indonesia
Garuda Indonesia is the national airline of Indonesia. It is a full-service network carrier and serves 28 domestic and 18 international destinations. The airline’s main hubs in Indonesia are located in Jakarta and Denpasar. In July 2009, the airline unveiled a new aircraft fleet, new in-flight product, new service concept and a fresh corporate identity to mark the start of its transformation into one of Asia’s most successful and profitable airlines. Garuda Indonesia received its IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) certification in May 2008, recognising that the airline is fully compliant with global best-practice standards for flight operations, aircraft maintenance and safety management systems. In December 2009, the airline was also upgraded to a four-star rating by Skytrax, the global benchmark for airline service standards, confirming the improvement in its front-line product and service quality. Garuda Indonesia became the first Indonesian airline to reopen flights to Europe after the European Union’s (E.U) ban prohibiting Indonesian carriers from operating in European airspace was lifted in July 2009.
Garuda Indonesia has also been named the ‘World’s Most Improved Airline’ at the Skytrax 2010 World Airline Awards in Hamburg, Germany. The airline industry’s most comprehensive and prestigious measure of service quality - based on survey results from nearly 18 million international passengers and involving more than 200 airlines worldwide.
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