“The new aircraft will be used on our domestic and regional routes and supports our five-year ‘Quantum Leap’ expansion strategy. We plan to increase the number of domestic departures by double to 2,072 per week and international departures more than threefold to 1,222 a week by 2014,” said Emirsyah Satar, president and CEO, Garuda
Garuda also plans to almost double its current fleet of 71 aircraft to 116 aircraft by 2014, based mainly on Boeing 737-800NGs and Airbus A330-300/200s, which are operated on medium and long haul routes.
The new Boeing 737 800NGs feature Garuda
The airline also has on order 10 Boeing 777-300ERs which will be used on new ultra long-range flights starting 2011 as it expands its international network.
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