After a few weeks, Garuda Indonesia will reopen its services to London after the airline’s president Gusti Ngurah Askhara stated the airline has reviewed its costs and seeing demand for the service.
“We will revive the route after seeing that the market is growing. But we [need to] review its costs,” said Askhara in Denpasar as reported by Antara news agency on the sidelines of an event.
According to Routesonline, the Jakarta-London flights will be resumed on November 27 using a two-class Boeing 777 on a thrice-weekly schedule. On a report from the Jakarta Post, Askhara was quoted in saying the airline is considering shifting the flights to Bali and changing the aircraft on the route to an Airbus A330.