Garuda Indonesia hopes to reopen US route next summer
The Jakarta Post
National flag carrier Garuda Indonesia hopes to reopen flights to the US starting next summer, following a recent upgrade by the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
It is looking to re-establish flights to the US with a stopover in Narita International Airport in Tokyo, which is considered an ideal transit point for the US market.
The state firm revealed the plan following the ...
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