Garuda and LOT Polish Airlines Agree on New Jakarta-Warsaw Flight Route
Jakarta. Garuda Indonesia and LOT Polish Airlines, flag carriers of Indonesia and Poland respectively, have agreed to open a new route connecting Jakarta and Warsaw.
Garuda Indonesia President Director M. Arif Wibowo said opening a new route to Poland will help Garuda better connect with Eastern and Central Europe. Garuda currently flies to London in the United Kingdom and Amsterdam in the Netherlands.
“Poland, like Indonesia, is a destination with potentials,” Arif said on Tuesday, as quoted by state-owned news agency Antara. “That’s why Garuda is ready to sign a Special Priority Agreement with LOT Polish Airlines.”
Sebastian Mikosz, chief executive officer of LOT Polish Airlines, welcomed the plan, adding the agreement was a first step towards better cooperation.
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Source: The Jakarta Globe