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Garuda Indonesia Opens Service to Europe

Considering the much improved business and economic relations between Indonesia and the Netherlands which brings about a rise in tourist flow into Indonesia from Europe, effective from 1 June 2010, Garuda Indonesia will re-open its Jakarta-Amsterdam service.

Garuda Indonesia will fly from Jakarta (CGK) at 21.00 WIB (GA88) and arrive in Dubai (DXB) at 02.09 LT, departing again at 03.15 LT and arriving in Amsterdam (SPL) at 08.00 LT.

From Amsterdam (SPL), GA 89 departs at 10.00 LT, arriving in Dubai (DXB) at 18.30 LT, and departing again at 19.45 LT and arriving in Jakarta (CGK) at 07.10 WIB.

The route will be served by A330-200 and transiting once in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The aircraft has a seat capacity of 222 seats, seating 36 passengers in Business Class and 186 passengers in Economy Class. The A330-200 is capable of flying a distance of 12.500 km, as well as being fitted with 180° reclining seats for the passengers' total enjoyment and comfort.

 

For more information visit garuda-indonesia.com.