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Garuda Indonesia "SkyTeam livery" Boeing 777-300ER PK-GII.
Garuda Indonesia "SkyTeam livery" Boeing 777-300ER PK-GII. Boeing Image.

Garuda Indonesia takes delivery of 777 in SkyTeam livery

Indonesian flag carrier, Garuda Indonesia has taken delivery of a Boeing 777 in a special SkyTeam livery. The aircraft is a Boeing 777-300ER bearing the registration PK-GII and like all 300ER’s is powered by two massive General Electric GE-90-115B engines.

In August 2014, Garuda became the 20th airline to become a member of SkyTeam. The airline operates a fleet of a 140 aircraft including ATR’s, Airbus A330’s, Boeing 737’s, 747’s, 777’s and Canadair CRJ-1000’s.

Arif Wibowo, President and CEO, Garuda Indonesia

“We continue to grow our network with the SkyTeam alliance and the 777-300ER’s efficiency and economics allow us to stay competitive and with an interior that our passengers love. We’re proud to see our latest 777-300ER in the SkyTeam livery,

Garuda Indonesia "SkyTeam livery" Boeing 777-300ER PK-GII.
Garuda Indonesia “SkyTeam livery” Boeing 777-300ER PK-GII. Boeing Image.

Dinesh Keskar, senior vice president, Asia Pacific and India Sales, Boeing Commercial Airplanes

“For almost 40 years, Boeing and Garuda have partnered to bring the world an exceptional flying experience and this new livery demonstrates Garuda’s growing role in global aviation, The 777-300ER, and our entire family of airplanes, provides Garuda with the flexibility, range and superior economics they need to continue to expand. We look forward to building on our partnership in coming years with the 737 MAX and 787 Dreamliner.”

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A frequent flyer for both work and pleasure - Vedant has held elite status on many of the major alliances and airlines. Also an avid aviation photographer, his pictures have been published in and on the covers of many international publications.

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