Garuda Indonesia on 22 January had adjusted its Jakarta-London Heathrow flights to include a Denpasar sector.
The carrier now operates a Jakarta-London Heathrow-Denpasar-Jakarta service on a thrice-weekly basis, using Boeing 777-300ERs. It says the adjustment will enable Garuda to meet customer demand, while also optimising the load factors on flights to and from London.
"We're optimistic that the launch of Jakarta-London-Denpasar flights will expand our international network, while also strengthening the market share of our international flights," says Garuda's chief executive Ari Askhara.
Garuda's adjustment to the London service comes a month after it resumed flights to the UK capital. Prior to the resumption, it suspended those flights in October 2018.
FlightGlobal schedules data shows that Garuda is the sole carrier to fly the Jakarta-London-Denpasar route.
Source: Cirium Dashboard