Singapore Airlines and Garuda Indonesia have entered into a joint venture to increase passenger capacity between the two countries, as post-COVID tourism in Southeast Asia ramps up. “The proposed joint venture would allow the carriers to potentially synchronise schedules, improving passengers’ connectivity and convenience, and explore new initiatives, including joint fare products and an alignment of corporate programmes,” the airlines said in a joint statement. The plan will cover routes between Singapore and Denpasar, Jakarta, and Surabaya, and deepen the existing cooperation between the two carriers. “This joint venture … reflects our firm commitment to grow the aviation markets in

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