Garuda Indonesia low-cost carrier (LCC) subsidiary Citilink Indonesia plans to lease nine new Airbus A320 aircraft to boost fleet numbers and regional service schedules. The carrier already has a fleet of 34 Airbus A320s, flying to 24 destinations daily across Indonesia, and in 2013 placed an order with Airbus for 25 A320neos. “For this year, we want one more aircraft, bringing our fleet total to 36 aircraft,” Citilink Indonesia finance director Hans Nugroho said, adding the ...

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