Garuda Indonesia airlines is the flag carrier airline of Indonesia. The head office of the airline is located at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Tangerang, near Jakarta.
It operates flights to 40 domestic destinations and 36 international destinations in Asia, Middle East, Australia, USA and Europe.
The main hub of the airline is Soekarno–Hatta International Airport. It was founded in 26 January 1949 and was known as ‘Garuda Indonesian Airways.’
Garuda Indonesia Airlines Operation
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Garuda Indonesia Airlines Baggage Information
Checked Baggage: Passengers can take one piece of baggage which should not weigh more than 32 kg.
Hand Baggage: Economy as well as Business class passengers can carry luggage with maximum weight of 7 kg and the maximum size of 115 cm.
Garuda Indonesia Airlines Inflight Services
As of December, 2010, the fleet of Garuda Indonesia Airline consisted of total of 94 aircrafts, with an average age of 9.1 years. Specifically, there are 6 Airbus A330-200, 6 Airbus A330-300, 6 Airbus A330-300, 11 Boeing 737-300, 18 Boeing 737-400, 5 Boeing 737-500, 45 Boeing 737-800, and 3 Boeing 747-400. Check Out Garuda Indonesia Airline Flight status , Garuda Indonesia Airline Web Check in process and Garuda Indonesia Airline Baggage Allowance details.
Garuda Indonesia Airlines History
The history of Garuda Indonesia Airlines is very closely connected to the history of the nation, and their struggle for independence. The airline first started in the year 1949 and has been in business for more than 60 years. January 26th, 1949 is recognized as Garuda Indonesia Airlines founding date. The first aircraft was DC-3 and was bought for a sum of 120,000 Malayan dollars. In the 1960s the airline grew significantly, and the fleet in 1960 comprised of 8 Convair 240s, 8 Convair 440s, and 8 Convair 340s. In 1970 to 1980, the airline introduced new airlines in its fleet, such as Fokker F28 and McDonnell Douglas DC-9 jets. As the national flag carrier, Garuda Indonesia Airlines stood by the country throughout the times of change, providing safe, reliable, and comfortable air transport services.