Garuda makes Skytrax elite for fourth consecutive year

Garuda Indonesia has been Certified as a 5-Star Airline for 2018 by Skytrax, the international air transport rating organisation, during an Award Ceremony held today at the Changi Exhibition Center, Singapore Airshow 2018.
This is the fourth consecutive year that Garuda Indonesia has been certified in this elite group of global airlines.
 
Pahala N Mansury, president and CEO of Garuda Indonesia said: "This 5-Star Airline rating validates the consistency of the service level of Garuda Indonesia. It represents Garuda Indonesia not only as a world class and five star airline, but also represents the achievement of the "Garuda Indonesia Experience" service concept based on "Indonesian Hospitality".
 
The 5-Star certification process is carried out through the 'Skytrax Audit' process, with detailed assessment points covering every flight aspect, from pre-flight to in-flight and through to post-flight, such as quality of passenger service at the airport, quality of the waiting room, the comfort of the cabin, the inflight meal, the in-flight entertainment and service by cabin crew.
 
Today, there are only 10 'Five Star' carriers from a total of 200 assessed airlines world wide. The other nine are Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific, EVA Air, Qatar Airways, Etihad Airways, Asiana Airlines, All Nippon Airlines (ANA), Hainan Airlines and Lufthansa.

 

Garuda makes Skytrax elite for fourth consecutive year

Garuda Indonesia has been Certified as a 5-Star Airline for 2018 by Skytrax, the international air transport rating organisation, during an Award Ceremony held today at the Changi Exhibition Center, Singapore Airshow 2018.
This is the fourth consecutive year that Garuda Indonesia has been certified in this elite group of global airlines.
 
Pahala N Mansury, president and CEO of Garuda Indonesia said: "This 5-Star Airline rating validates the consistency of the service level of Garuda Indonesia. It represents Garuda Indonesia not only as a world class and five star airline, but also represents the achievement of the "Garuda Indonesia Experience" service concept based on "Indonesian Hospitality".
 
The 5-Star certification process is carried out through the 'Skytrax Audit' process, with detailed assessment points covering every flight aspect, from pre-flight to in-flight and through to post-flight, such as quality of passenger service at the airport, quality of the waiting room, the comfort of the cabin, the inflight meal, the in-flight entertainment and service by cabin crew.
 
Today, there are only 10 'Five Star' carriers from a total of 200 assessed airlines world wide. The other nine are Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific, EVA Air, Qatar Airways, Etihad Airways, Asiana Airlines, All Nippon Airlines (ANA), Hainan Airlines and Lufthansa.