Garuda Indonesia plans to buy at least 24 aircraft from a selection of aircraft manufacturers over next two years as part of the company’s long-term program to further boost both domestic and international flight services: as 11 A330s, 9 ATRs, three 777-300s and one 737MAX. The airline’s President Arif Wibowo said that the purchase of the 24 aircraft would be carried out from last month through to December 2017. The airline intends to expand flight services in response to State-owned Enterprises Minister Rini Soemarno’s recent call to increase its fleet to 450 aircraft from the current number of 168 within
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