Garuda Indonesia and Boeing are in talks about an order for 10 787-8s and 18 737-800s potentially worth $2 billion. The order, if finalized, will replace a 1996 order for 777-200ERs. The 787-8s will be delivered between 2011 and 2013. The 737-800s will start the replacement of the airline's 737 Classic fleet. Garuda operates three 747-400s, an A330-300, 26 737-400s, 17 737-300s and five 737-500s.
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