Garuda Indonesia is contemplating new services to Russia after establishing its new Boeing 777-300ER fleet in Japan and the Middle East. The first of 10 777-300ERs destined for Garuda's fleet is expected mid-2013. A spokesman for the airline says the first two 777-300ERs will be used for services from Indonesia to Tokyo and to destinations in the Middle East. Garuda also has two Boeing 747-400s that it operates to Middle East destinations, such as Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, but it wants to ...

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