Garuda Indonesia (GA) and Singapore Airlines (SIA) have made plans to form a joint venture that will strengthen their working relationship, boost passenger capacity between Singapore and Indonesia, and provide consumers with more options for traveling between the two nations.
Subject to regulatory approvals, the proposed joint venture will cover routes between Singapore and Denpasar, Jakarta, and Surabaya. This will expand on the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that the two airlines signed in November 2021.
It might enable Singapore Airlines and Garuda Indonesia to coordinate flight schedules between Singapore and Indonesia, providing passengers with more convenient travel connectivity between the two nations and elsewhere. In order to improve the value proposition for customers, the carriers will also investigate the deployment of fresh ideas, such as combined fare goods and corporate program alignment.
“The joint venture agreement is also a part of our effort to improve our company’s performance through our network strategy by optimizing our network through partnership with our strategic airline partners, especially Singapore Airlines. With this initiative, both airlines agreed to further explore more advantages for both our customers, allowing them to enjoy various flight schedules with enhanced value services within the networks of Garuda Indonesia and Singapore Airlines.