Garuda Indonesia has no news on a replacement for CEO Emirsyah Satar when his contract runs out in October, although candidates are under consideration. Satar has served as president and CEO of the Indonesian flag carrier since March 2005, and during his nine-year tenure has presided over a significant reputational turnaround for Garuda. It saw a reinstatement of its European Union access rights in 2009, a major fleet modernization and expansion program and an election into SkyTeam ...

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