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Garuda Indonesia and Singapore Airlines expand Codeshare


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Singapore Airlines (SIA) and Garuda Indonesia have expanded their codeshare agreement.

Under the expanded agreement, the two airlines are now codesharing on each other’s flights between Singapore and the Indonesian capital Jakarta. SIA and Garuda Indonesia each operate nine flights per day on the route.

The two carriers first started codesharing in 2010 on each other’s flights between Singapore and Denpasar (Bali). In 2014, the agreement was expanded to include flights between Singapore and Surabaya.

SIA’s regional subsidiary SilkAir also codeshares on Garuda Indonesia-operated flights to Denpasar and Surabaya, while Garuda Indonesia codeshares on SilkAir-operated flights to ten destinations1 in its Indonesia network.

 “We are delighted to be further expanding our agreement with Garuda Indonesia to include more codeshare flights for our customers,” said SIA’s Senior Vice President Marketing Planning, Tan Kai Ping. “Indonesia is a very popular tourism and business destination and we are pleased to make the country more accessible to travellers from all around the world. This reflects our continuous efforts to work with our partners to offer more seamless travel experiences for our customers.”

SIA and Garuda Indonesia operate a combined total of 175 weekly scheduled services between Singapore and Indonesia.

 


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