Airbus in the coming months could be celebrating another boost from Garuda Indonesia after the carrier’s latest A330 deal excluded three freighter derivatives the airline has previously said will be purchased for a dedicated cargo operation. The airline’s cargo outfit is a wholly owned strategic business unit that has been using the belly-hold space on Garuda passenger aircraft, but the airline plans to supplement this by operating A330 freighters, President Director Emirsyah Satar told ...
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