Garuda Indonesia to phase out its Bombardier CRJ1000s
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December 6, 2019 - by airlinerwatch.com
Jakarta, Indonesia - Indonesia's national airline operator Garuda Indonesia is looking for potential buyers for the six Bombardier CRJ1000ERs jets owned by the airline.
Garuda Indonesia started operating Bombardier CRJ1000s in 2012 and currently has 18 copies in its fleet. 12 aircraft are leased from the Nordic Aviation Capital.
Leased planes will be returned to the lessor. The CRJ1000s of the Asian operator. are 6.2 years old on average.
Garuda Indonesia primarily uses its CRJ1000s for...
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