Garuda Indonesia will be using its new Bombardier CRJ1000s to develop nonstop connections between Indonesia’s secondary cities in an effort to free up slots at Jakarta’s Soekarno-Hatta International Airport for international services. The airline Friday operated its inaugural CRJ1000 flight to Makassar, the eastern Indonesian city where the CRJ1000 fleet will be based. Garuda has ordered six CRJ1000s and signed a contract with Nordic Aviation Capital to lease 12 more. Its first ...
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