There's More than One Airbus Operator in Indonesia...

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Whilst LionAir grabbed all the headlines last Monday with its huge order for Airbus narrowbodies, Garuda's subsidiary Citilink continues to receive brand new A320's at a pace. Three were in evidence at Toulouse on 18th March, with the one pictured below sharing the delivery centre with the A321 painted up for Lion Air. According to Aviation Week Intelligence Network's fleet database, Citilink has received 16 A320's since start-up last summer, with another 50 on order.

Photo: Nigel Howarth

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