The Jakarta Post
Garuda Indonesia's Boeing 737 MAX 8 is seen at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Tangerang, on Jan. 7, 2018. (Courtesy of/Garuda Indonesia)
National flag carrier Garuda Indonesia alongside its low-cost subsidiary Citilink Indonesia and partner Sriwijaya Air Group has launched a new feature that allows passengers to book flight tickets in their preferred currency.
Applicable on the carriers' website as well as mobile application, among the currencies available to choose from by international travelers during the initial phase are the baht, euro, yen, Hong Kong dollar, British pound, Singaporean dollar, United States dollar and Australian dollar.
More currencies will be added to the list this year.
The new feature will use the Citi InstantFX foreign currency management solution that supports more than 70 currencies.
"This move is part of our effort to increase passenger satisfaction, as well as provide an easier and smoother flight ticket booking service," said Garuda Indonesia CEO Ari Askhara. (dpk/kes)