Garuda Indonesiaâ€™s low-cost carrier Citilink has ordered 25 Airbus A320NEO aircraft. The deal is in addition to 2011â€™s orders for 15 A320s and 10 A320NEOs. The earlier orders were placed by Garuda Indonesia on behalf of Citilink, whereas Citilink placed the latest orders in its own right. â€śThe A320 has played a key role in the recent success of Citilink,â€ť says CEO Arif Wibowo. Citilink operates 11 A320s, some of which are leased, as well as five Boeing 737-300s. It also recently ...
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