Later on 14 December, GA713, the return of the previous post's delayed flight took off from SYD at 1234, 64 minutes after its scheduled pushback time. Arrival in CGK should be at approximately 1604, 69 minutes tardy, indicating a further loss of schedule time compared with how the inbound flight this morning was performing.
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The Thursday 15 December arriving GA718 in MEL ex DPS (A333 PK-GHD) is an expected 45 minutes late with an 0815 hours arrival likely. The returning flight GA719 can be expected to be delayed from its scheduled 0910 hours departure to approximately 0925, so not a severe delay.
Sunday 18 December sees GA714, the overnight from DPS to SYD quite late with arrival likely at 0919, 114 minutes tardy. PK-GPZ (an A333) has the honour.
UPDATE: The return flight GA715, the 1000 ex SYD, took off at 1111 hours, so arrival in DPS should be 65 minutes late at 1435. This shows the value of a longer turnaround in SYD for international airlines as the return flight is not as late as it would have been had the airline scheduled only a 70, 80 or 90 minute turnaround. Good work Garuda.
On Friday 24 February, GA712 from CGK down to SYD (A332 PK-GPQ) should arrive at about 1102, 42 minutes behind. As GA713 back to CGK operates on a later schedule (departure at 1245 hours) it should be unaffected.
The Thursday 9 March 2017 GA712 (2350 hours very late night from CGK down to SYD, A332 PK-GPO) took off at 0033 on Friday 10 and hence should arrive at 1112, 47 minutes behind schedule. As GA713 does not depart back to CGK until a timetabled 1245, it should not be late off its blocks.