Garuda Indonesia Airbus A330-300 Executive (business)

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    alainmillett
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    Boarding was a shambles at Jakarta – first I had an issue with the person collecting the fiscal tax receipts – I did not have one – as I was in transit from Singapore, the 150 000 Rupiah tax is a departure tax when departing Indonesia not a tax for transit passengers.
    Then it was down stairs onto a bus – there was no separate bus for business class passengers – which there often is – and at the domestic terminal where the aircraft was – there was major confusion regarding which aero bridge – when i got the aircraft at which I later discovered I entered at L2 – I was in 5A and was directed to the right – the next row was 6 – then i twigged – change of aircraft from A330 200 to A330 300.

    Flight was good, as per usual – great service – the omelette was inedible – I should have had the nasi goreng.

    This is an awesome airline with a few minor teething problems.


    flyingveryhigh
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    Indonesia has stopped collecting fiscal tax since years ago… Rp 150,000.00 that you paid was the passenger service charge and not a departure tax. Indonesia is one of the few countries where the airports collect PSC directly from passengers (in other countries, airport PSC is included in the ticket fare).

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