Indonesian flag carrier Garuda Indonesia plans to add up to 250 aircraft by 2025 to compete against rivals Lion Air, Malaysia’s AirAsia and Mandala Airlines, which are all expanding. Garuda Indonesia finalise its plans by the end of the year, with the aim of securing board approval by early next year to order another 200-250 aircraft to expand its fleet to 350-400 aircraft by 2025. Garuda is looking for single-aisle aircraft for routes of up to five hours, and larger wide-body aircraft for medium- and long-haul services.
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