Business Traveller (Asia-Pacific) - - UPFRONT -

AF­TER a year-long ab­sence, first class seat­ing has re­turned to Garuda In­done­sia’s Tokyo flights fol­low­ing the de­ploy­ment of the air­line’s three-class Boe­ing 777300ER air­craft on se­lect ser­vices to Tokyo Haneda Air­port late last month.

Seats are cur­rently listed as be­ing avail­able to book on six flights per week on its daily GA874/GA875 ser­vice, with Sun­day (Jakarta-Tokyo) and Mon­day (Tokyo-Jakarta) the only days when first class seat­ing isn’t avail­able.

Garuda scaled back its pre­mium cabin class last Oc­to­ber, with its ser­vices to Tokyo and Am­s­ter­dam no­tably los­ing the first class of­fer­ing. That left its Lon­don Heathrow flights as the only long-haul ser­vice of­fer­ing first class seat­ing, un­til last month when the air­line dropped its non-stop ser­vice to Lon­don al­to­gether. garuda-in­done­

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