Unable to secure preferred slots at London Gatwick Airport, Garuda Indonesia has postponed the relaunch of services between Jakarta and London until September, and will then operate the London sector as extension to its Amsterdam service. The Indonesian airline had planned to reinstate flights to London last autumn, following a six-year hiatus brought about by the inclusion of all Indonesian airlines on the European Union’s safety blacklist in 2007.  The ban on Garuda operating to ...

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