Garuda Indonesia will decide within the next few months which manufacturer it will choose for a major order of regional jets, says CEO Emirsyah Satar. The carrier intends to establish a fleet of aircraft with 80-90 seats, and is considering proposals for 18 aircraft from Embraer and Bombardier, Satar tells Aviation Week at the Aviation Outlook Australia Pacific conference in Sydney. Garuda is also assessing what size is needed. The choices are the Embraer 170, Embraer 190, Bombardier ...
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