In the top 10 this year, Qatar Airways first position occupied. In second place is Singapore Airlines. Followed, ANA All Nippon Airways, Emirates, Cathay Pacific are ranked third, fourth and fifth respectively.
Then, in the sixth place occupied EVA Air. Lufthansa, Etihad Airways, Hainan Airlines, respectively. Meanwhile, at 10th position occupied Garuda Indonesia, as the flag carrier Indonesia.
President Director of Garuda Indonesia Tbk. (GIAA) Pahala N. Mansury said the airline is committed to continue to deliver the best through the company’s strategic programs contained in the 5 Quick Wins Priority.
“In line with the company policy, we will maximize fleet cost optimization, route optimization, reduce cost, enhance value from Citilink, and enhance revenue management system,” he said in Jakarta, Sunday.
Pahala is optimistic that Garuda will advance and expand through these strategic programs, including strengthening airline services with Indonesia-supported hospitality and commercial digital service bases.
Since 2014, Garuda officially became a member of the global airline alliance.
To date, the alliance has 20 airlines, offering a global network of more than 17,343 daily flights to 1,062 destinations in 177 countries.