Etihad Airways Boosts Codeshare Presence out of Jakarta

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Etihad Airways has appeared to have expanded it’s codesharing presence out of Jakarta with Garuda Indonesia.

The information, provided by, has indicated this has been in effect since April 4.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

Etihad Airways & It’s Jakarta Codesharing…

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It is understood that Etihad Airways has added it’s code to the following Garuda Indonesia flights out of Jakarta:

  • Jakarta – Bandar Lampung
  • Jakarta – Bengkulu
  • Jakarta – Jambi
  • Jakarta – Jayapura
  • Jakarta – Labuan Bajo
  • Jakarta – Pangkalpinang
  • Jakarta – Pontianak
  • Jakarta – Sorong
  • Jakarta – Tanjung Pinang
  • Jakarta – Ternate

This will be used to boost domestic connectivity for passengers in the region to connect on to Abu Dhabi.

It is certainly a market that Etihad Airways believes will thrive well for them in the Asia Pacific region.

Continuing to Grow Strongly in 2024…

Etihad Airways Boosts Codeshare Presence out of Jakarta
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Etihad Airways continues to grow strongly in 2024, placing it’s footprint where they can, with Jakarta being the most recent example of that.

Such a strong footing comes off the back of what was a successful 2023 for Etihad Airways.

Revenues rose from $4.9bn to $5.5bn, with net profits rising from $25m to $143m also.

Passenger numbers for the airline also rose from 10m in 2022 to 14m in 2023, with load factors rising from 82% to 86% respectively.


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In conclusion, Etihad Airways continues to soar well in 2024, with this expected to continue in the busy Summer peak.

Looking ahead, all eyes will be on how far the airline can go following this successful turnaround.

With a plethora of new flights expected to launch this year, there is definitely opportunity to expand on this success.

For now, let’s see how the airline performs as we continue to leap through 2024.

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