Garuda Indonesia is joining the ranks of 'chauffeur drive' airlines such as Qantas, Emirates and Etihad with the launch of a free door-to-door limousine service.
As part of Garuda's return to Brisbane in August, travellers in the Indonesian flag-carrier's Executive Class (business class) cabin will enjoy a complimentary limo service to and from the airport.
The free ride is good for the first 20km, after which an additional per-kilometre rate kicks in.
However, the offer doesn't apply to Garuda's other Australian ports of Sydney, Melbourne and Perth, where it's up to you to make your own way to the airport and back again.
Garuda's Brisbane flight will use Boeing 737-800 planes – smaller than the Airbus A330 jets which currently run from Sydney and Melbourne to Indonesia.
Business passengers can expect twelve reclining seats in a 2-2 layout, similar to what you might expect on an Australian domestic flight, at the pointy end of the plane.
In economy, you'll find the usual 3-3 layout throughout the rest of the cabin.
"As we re-introduce non-stop services from Brisbane to Denpasar, we want to offer our passengers the opportunity to enjoy premium travel from door to door" said Bagus Y. Siregar, Vice-President for Garuda Indonesia Australia.
"Executive Class passengers will enjoy a reliable alternative to organising taxis to and from the airport. This will provide an added level of convenience for high end and corporate travellers who travel regularly."
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