Garuda Prepares For Return To U.S. Market
AUCKLAND—Garuda Indonesia has confirmed it plans to resume U.S. flights in 2017, and has selected Tokyo as its preferred stopover point. The airline has long expressed a desire to start flying to the U.S., and is now allowed to do so after the FAA upgraded Indonesia to a Category 1 safety rating...
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