Garuda Indonesia has served as the country’s flag carrier for seven decades. With its headquarters in Jakarta’s Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, it operates domestic and international flights and is the second-largest Indonesian airline by fleet size, behind the LCC Lion Air. (Featured image: Getty Images)
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The Indonesian flag carrier could open a transit hub at one of Kazakhstan's international airports for services into Europe and beyond.
The airline wants to provide greater schedule flexibility to passengers traveling between the two countries.
The two carriers will double codeshare destinations and also partner on MRO, cargo, and crew training.
Flights between China and Indonesia have been increased in preparation for the G20 Summit.
As Garuda Indonesia cautiously starts its financial redemption, services from Jakarta to Melbourne restart in November.
The Association of Asia Pacific Airlines has recorded strong demand for August 2022, carrying 13.1 million passengers.
The airline has already retrofitted most of its long-haul fleet to remove first class seating.
Indonesia's flag carrier will trim its fleet as restructuring continues.
A key court decision in Jakarta on Monday sees Garuda Indonesia live to fly another day but it has cost the airlines' creditors billions of dollars.
Garuda Indonesia is now sidelined by the dominant Lion Group in Indonesia's domestic aviation market, tipped to be the world's 4th largest by 2030.
Most of Garuda Indonesia's fleet is inactive.
The story of Garuda Indonesia Flight 865.
Suddenly, Garuda's restructuring process is gathering pace as deadlines loom. What will Garuda Indonesia look like when it comes out the other end?
Garuda Indonesia is eyeing a return to the United States via a proposed codeshare agreement with Singapore Airlines
The state-owned carrier made its return to the scheduled commercial market last month.
A Jakarta court has given Garuda Indonesia's administrators their third extension as they battle to deal with outstanding creditors' claims.
Cash starved Garuda Indonesia is potentially in the money after securing a Government top-up and announcing a planned capital raising.
On March 7, 2007, the captain of a Garuda Indonesia Boeing 737-400 made a landing that he should have aborted, killing 21 people.