Garuda moves to Heathrow

Garuda Indonesia is leaving Gatwick to launch a direct service from Heathrow to take advantage of its unique offering as a global hub for transferring passengers – as well giving UK passengers more flight options.


From 31st of March 2016, the airline will use its fleet of Boeing 777-300ER’s to operate a five times a week service to Jakarta, an increase to the three times a week service it currently operates from Gatwick, offering passengers a more flexible flight schedule. Flights to Jarkarta will also no-longer stop at Amsterdam, with the move to Heathrow enabling the Skyteam airline to draw on transfer passengers to fly direct from London for the first time.

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