Garuda Indonesia Named ′Best International Airline′ by Australian Firm

12 , 2012 | Source: The Jakarta Globe

National flag carrier Garuda Indonesia was rated the Best International Airline from the period of Aug. 2011 through July 2012, according to a survey conducted by Australian market research company Roy Morgan.


Garuda Indonesia Vice President for Corporate Communications Pujobroto said on Monday that the survey involved 4,530 respondents who were asked to give their opinions on the products and services provided by various global airlines.

“In the survey, Garuda Indonesia scored the highest, with 90 percent, along with Singapore Airlines. Our score was higher than those of other airline companies such as Air New Zealand, Emirates and Thai Airways,” he said.

Garuda also won the Best International Airline award for Jan. 2012 from Roy Morgan.

In July, London-based airline rating agency Skytrax named Garuda the World′s Best Regional Airline during an event in London on Thursday.

 

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