Garuda Indonesia Launches Complimentary Limousine Service For The Executive Class

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Garuda Indonesia Launches Complimentary Limousine Service For The Executive Class

Garuda Indonesia Launches Complimentary Limousine Service For The Executive Class

Garuda Indonesia, the airline of Indonesia, has introduced a complimentary limousine service for their Executive Class passengers. The new door to door service has been introduced in celebration of the airlines’ re-launch of their Brisbane to Indonesia non-stop service in August. Passengers flying the Executive Class will now be able to avail this complimentary service that will drop them off at the Brisbane airport during the onward journey and then pick them up again at the airport at Brisbane during the return leg of the journey from Indonesia.

Bagus Y. Siregar, Vice-President, Garuda Indonesia and SWP, mentioned when speaking on the occasion that the new service will raise the bar when it comes to complimentary service offerings for all airlines. In terms of passenger convenience, really there is no comparison as now passengers will have a seamless transfer to and from the airport. No more waiting for taxis at the airport and no more of the hassles that can ruin a fine travel experience. Additionally, Executive Class passengers will be entitled to a 40-kilo baggage allowance accommodating all they need to bring along. The free service will however come with a distance limitation and will be chargeable after the first 20 KM.

Executive Class Cabin View on a Garuda Indonesia Flight

Executive Class Cabin View on a Garuda Indonesia Flight

Mr.Siregar also mentioned that as Garuda Indonesia is poised to re-start the non-stop service between Brisbane and Denpasar, Bali, the launch of the complimentary limousine facility will allow them to put into affect the promise that they had made of a seamless door to door Executive Class travel for their valued passengers.

The Brisbane to Denpasar, Bali direct service will begin on August 1, 2013 on Garuda Indonesia’s B737-800 Next Generation aircrafts. This aircraft has a total seating capacity of 162 passengers including 12 who can be accommodated in the Executive Class. The service will be offered to all tickets that are booked and all journey to commence from Australia.

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