Garuda launches One Day Promotion

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 20 January 2010

Indonesias national airline, Garuda Indonesia, is celebrating its upcoming 61st anniversary with a one-day sale on Friday, 22 January 2010. Featuring two popular destinations, Jakarta and Bali, and valid for travel from 1 February to end of May 2010, the sale offers an excellent opportunity to plan for a getaway.

With fares starting from Sin$ 120, shopaholics can head down to Jakartas famous shopping districts Glodok and Jalan Surabaya, well-known for its quirky antique shops and street stalls. For nature-lovers, Balis beaches and scenic hills are also within reach from just Sin$ 150 on Garuda Indonesia flights. Discounted business class fares are also available from Sin$ 619 and Sin$ 664 to Jakarta and Bali respectively.

This promotion is just one of the several initiatives were launching this year to incentivise passengers. We hope that travellers will take this opportunity to travel with us and enjoy the Garuda Indonesia Experience, which combines warm Indonesian hospitality with quality service that emphasizes on safety and comfort, said Clarence Heng, Sales & Marketing Manager, Garuda Indonesia.

The fares are only available for purchase on 22 Jan 2010 from the Garuda Indonesia sales office at 101, Thomson Road, #12-03 United Square, on selected flights. Terms and conditions apply. Customers will have to register as Garuda Frequent Flyer members to enjoy the offers.

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