Will Garuda Indonesia fly higher? Ask the crew
Consultant for Galatea Consulting
PREMIUM The first Boeing B-737Max of Garuda Indonesia was recently seen rolling out from a Boeing factory. At first sight, it seems that the airline, which has been acclaimed in terms of service, continuously receiving awards for its cabin crew, is on the right path. However, it is widely known that Garuda Indonesia has faced financial difficulties in the past several years. Its losses reached US$284 m...
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