Garuda Indonesia Airlines: Aircraft Fleet
Garuda Indonesia Airlines is the national airline of Indonesia and operates a fleet of modern aircraft to serve its passengers. The airline has a total of 142 aircraft in its fleet.
The airline's fleet consists of various aircraft types from different manufacturers. The majority of the fleet is made up of Airbus and Boeing aircraft. Garuda Indonesia Airlines has 99 aircraft from Airbus, including A330-200, A330-300, A330-900neo, A350-900, and ATR 72-600. The airline also has 43 aircraft from Boeing, including 737-800, 737-900ER, 777-300ER, and 787-9 Dreamliner.
Garuda Indonesia Airlines has made significant deals regarding aircraft in recent years. In 2014, the airline signed a deal with Airbus to purchase 14 A330-900neo aircraft and 7 A320neo aircraft. In 2015, the airline signed a deal with Boeing to purchase 30 737 MAX 8 aircraft. However, due to safety concerns, the airline canceled the order for 49 737 MAX 8 aircraft in 2019.
The airline has a reputation for maintaining a young and modern fleet. The average age of Garuda Indonesia Airlines' aircraft is around 6.8 years, which is relatively young compared to other airlines in the region. The airline also has plans to expand its fleet in the coming years to meet the growing demand for air travel in Indonesia.