Oman Air has announced the launch of its debut flight to the Indonesian capital of Jakarta from its home base of Muscat.
The airline will operate four flights per week using the new A330 -300 fleet and will offer convenient connec
Oman Air has announced plans to launch new services from its hub Muscat to Manila (Philippines) and Jakarta (Indonesia) starting from December.
With this move, Oman Air becomes the first carrier to offer non-stop flights between M
Flynas Hajj & Umrah, a part of Saudi Arabia’s national carrier flynas, has started three weekly flights from Jeddah to Jakarta.
The service was started as part of the airline’s expansion plans during the year, said
AirAsia Indonesia has opened its new headquarters in Jakarta, near the Soekarno-Hatta International Airport.
The building will house more than 2,000 employees, who were previously scattered in different office across Jakarta, said
UAE national airline Etihad Airways said it will start flying twice a day to Indonesian capital Jakarta from its hub in Abu Dhabi starting from October 27.
The addition of the new flight will double the number of Boeing 777-300ER
Etihad Airways, the national airline of the UAE, and Garuda Indonesia this week will commence new codeshare flights between Jakarta and Perth, the capital of Western Australia.
The daily nonstop flights, to be operated by the Indo
Etihad Airways and Garuda Indonesia, flag carriers of the UAE and Indonesia respectively, have announced a number of new codeshare destinations in Indonesia, Europe, the Middle East, Singapore and Australia.
The Abu Dhabi-based ai
Indonesia's president said there were no reports of casualties or damage from a huge earthquake off Aceh province on Wednesday, with no threat from a tsunami although an alert for a giant wave remained in place.
"There is no tsunami threat
Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley are each in talks to buy an Indonesian brokerage firm to expand their reach into the hot capital market of Southeast Asia's biggest economy, sources with direct knowledge of the deals said on Monday.
Dubai Cares, the UAE-based philanthropic establishment, launched a programme in Jakarta aimed at improving hygiene education activities in 450 schools in four Indonesian provinces.
A total of 90,000 schoolchildren in Indonesia will benefit