The Jakarta Post
National flag carrier Garuda Indonesia and fast growing Gulf airline Etihad Airways signed a code-share agreement to help expand international networks between the two carriers.
The agreement was signed on Thursday by Garuda president director Emirsyah Satar and Etihad president and CEO James Hogan in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE), and witnessed by Indonesian Ambassador to UAE Salman Al Farisi.
“Through this agreement, Garuda will be able to connect to more than 80 Etihad destinations in 50 countries including London, Dublin, Milan, Munich, Geneva, New York, Toronto, Amman and Istanbul. This will bring Indonesia to the world,” Emirsyah said in a statement sent to The Jakarta Post.
This agreement, the statement said, would give Etihad connections to major cities in Indonesia, other Southeast Asian countries, Australia and Japan....