Garuda Indonesia, including its low-cost subsidiary Citlink, is taking delivery of 39 aircraft this year. CEO Emirsyah Satar tells Aviation Week that the aircraft include 24 for Garuda mainline, while the rest will go to Citilink. Garuda’s intake this year includes four Boeing 777-300ERs and several Airbus A330s, Boeing 737-800s and Bombardier CRJ1000s. Citilink, meanwhile, is taking delivery of ATR 72-600s and Airbus A320s. Satar says Garuda aims to raise $600 million this year. “It ...


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