Garuda Indonesia is the second largest airline in Indonesia, with Lion Air being the largest. There is a vast network of domestic and international flights available to almost 130 destinations, including the following countries: Australia, Hong Kong, The Middle East, North America and Africa to name a few. Daily flights are offered to most Indonesian regions, including: Java, Bali, Nusa, Sumatra, Papua and Borneo.
So whether you've got a business trip coming up within Indonesia, or you're planning to travel overseas, your flight will always be a friendly and efficient one with Garuda.
With an ever-expanding and advanced fleet, Garuda Indonesia currently has around 130 modern aircrafts in operation which keeps the airline's growth and expansion revitalised. In order to improve on service quality and passenger comfort, Garuda Indonesia's fleet offers a high level of safety with each and every flight.
One of the airline's most popular aircrafts for long duration flights is the Boeing 777-300ER which accommodates 8 passengers in first class, 38 passengers in business class, and as many as 268 passengers for economy class.
Smaller aircrafts like the ATR 70 600 for example, are ideal for domestic flights within Indonesia and house a total passenger number of up to 70. Typically, the average age of Garuda's impressive fleets is 5.4 years - this ensures the utmost aircraft quality can be continuously maintained.
In January 2015, Skytrax CEO Edward Plaisted presented Garuda Indonesia with the “5-star Airline” award, proving that this is without a doubt one of Indonesia's finest airlines.
As a national carrier, Garuda's aim is to adhere to its famous “Garuda Experience” slogan and continue to improve on high standards of service. The airline is especially popular among business clientele looking for an elite travel option, although ticket expenses are typically 50-100% higher than other airlines such as Lion Air and Sriwijaya.