Garuda to Reduce Jakarta-Amsterdam Flights

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Above: A Garuda Indonesia A330-200 aircraft.

Starting March 1, Garuda Indonesia will reduce its number of flights from Jakarta to Amsterdam via Dubai from seven to four times a week. A spokesman cited economic turbulence in Europe (and its expected continuation) as a major reason for the reduction. The airline will still use Airbus A330-200 aircraft on the route.

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