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Garuda introduces new B777-300ER and first class service

Published: 03/07/2013 - Filed under: News »

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Garuda Indonesia is getting ready to officially launch the newest member of its fleet, the Boeing B777-300ER, along with the new first class product.
 
Garuda Indonesia first class seatThe aircraft was unveiled at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport and, according to Garuda president and chief executive Emirsyah Satar, is the result of an initiative to broaden airline's international flight network and become a “global player”.
 
“The delivery of the Boeing 777-300ER sets a new standard of quality and value in air travel, especially for direct, long-haul flights, as we continue to expand our destination network globally,” said Emirsyah.
 
The ceremony also showcased the new first class product. Premium passengers of the B777-300ER will be treated to a range of privileges, most notably the “chef on board” service which enables them to choose from a selection of exclusive meals from a dedicated menu, prepared at an altitude of more than 35,000 feet (10,668 metres), by a stationed chef.Garuda Indonesia first class seat

Other benefits include wifi connectivity and live broadcast from six international news channels (including CNN International, BBC World and CNBC). Garuda’s first B777-300ER will commence operations on July 9, flying between Jakarta and Jeddah.
 
Visit www.garuda-indonesia.com

Clement Huang

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