Southeast Asian legacy carriers are facing aircraft order decisions as they target new or revised aircraft deals to replace older types and make fleet adjustments to better suit their business plans. Garuda Indonesia, Thai Airways, and Malaysia Airlines have been open about their need to reach aircraft order agreements, although challenges remain. Thai and Malaysia Airlines require clearance from government stakeholders for their acquisition plans, while Garuda is negotiating with Boeing ...

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