Garuda In­done­sia suc­cess­fully re­tains its five-star rat­ing from Sky­trax “A modern, clean, and or­derly fish mar­ket could en­hance fish con­sump­tion; it will boost pub­lic in­ter­est to come and buy the har­vest of the seas,” said Min­is­ter of Mar­itime and Fish­eri

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In­done­sia’s Min­is­ter of Fi­nance Sri Mulyani is awarded as the Best Min­is­ter in the World

Garuda In­done­sia has suc­cess­fully re­tained its five-star rat­ing from Sky­trax, the Lon­don-based in­ter­na­tional air trans­port rat­ing or­gan­i­sa­tion. It is the flag car­rier’s fourth “5- Star Air­line” rat­ing since 2014. The suc­cess was marked by the Sky­trax’s 5- Star Air­line re­newal cer­ti­fi­ca­tion re­ceived by Pa­hala N. Mansury, CEO of Garuda In­done­sia, from the CEO of Sky­trax Ed­ward Plaisted at Asia’s biggest aero­space ex­hi­bi­tion, the Sin­ga­pore Air­show, held at Changi Ex­hi­bi­tion Cen­tre on Fe­bru­ary 8.

“At­tain­ing a five-star rat­ing has cer­tainly be­come a ma­jor mile­stone and added sig­nif­i­cant value not only for Garuda as the na­tional flag car­rier, but also for In­done­sia and the coun­try’s avi­a­tion in­dus­try as a whole,” said Pa­hala. The 5- Star Air­line cer­ti­fi­ca­tion re­newal in­volved a com­pre­hen­sive au­dit con­ducted by Sky­trax through­out 2016-2017.

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