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Garuda Indonesia defers payments on its loans

Garuda Indonesia Airways Boeing 777-3U3 ER PK-GII (msn 29145) (SkyTeam) DPS (Pascal Simon). Image: 945220.

Garuda Indonesia has deferred its payments on a three-year loan from its creditors. The airline is seeking suspension of the debt payments in order to avoid bankruptcy.

According to Reuters, the airline is asking for a longer period to repay the loans. According to the government, the flag carrier is in debt of around $4.5 billion and needs to be restructured and downsized in order to survive.

From Reuters:

Garuda Indonesia to seek suspension of debt payments to avoid bankruptcy – CNA (channelnewsasia.com)

From Channel News Asia:

Garuda Indonesia to seek suspension of debt payments to avoid bankruptcy – CNA (channelnewsasia.com)

Top Copyright Photo: Garuda Indonesia Airways Boeing 777-3U3 ER PK-GII (msn 29145) (SkyTeam) DPS (Pascal Simon). Image: 945220.

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Garuda Indonesia to launch nonstop London Heathrow – Bali flights

Garuda Indonesia Airways Boeing 777-3U3 ER PK-GII (msn 29145) (SkyTeam) DPS (Pascal Simon). Image: 945220.

Garuda Indonesia is modifying it London (Heathrow) – Jakarta, Indonesia service to now include a new one-way London (Heathrow) – Denpasar (Bali) flight starting on January 22, 2019.

The return westward flight from Bali will stop at Jakarta.

The new eastward route is over 15 hours. It is also the first nonstop European route to the popular tourist island.

Top Copyright Photo (all others by the airline): Garuda Indonesia Airways Boeing 777-3U3 ER PK-GII (msn 29145) (SkyTeam) DPS (Pascal Simon). Image: 945220.

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Garuda Indonesia takes delivery of a Boeing 777-300 in the SkyTeam livery

Boeing (Chicago, Seattle and Charleston) yesterday (October 28) delivered the pictured 777-3U3 ER (Extended Range) registered as PK-GII (msn 29145) to Garuda Indonesia (Jakarta) in the SkyTeam livery.

Garuda Indonesia became the 20th member to join the SkyTeam Alliance in August 2014, providing access to an extensive global network with more than 16,320 daily flights to 1,052 destinations in 177 countries. The Indonesian flag carrier currently operates more than 90 Boeing airplanes, including Next-Generation 737s, 777-300 ERs and 747-400s.

Garuda Indonesia, the national airline of Indonesia, connects more than 75 destinations worldwide with close to 600 daily flights and a fleet of 174 aircraft with the average age of which is less than five years old.

Photo: Boeing.

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