Garuda Indonesia signed (21-Jul-2010) a firm order with Airbus for six A330-200s. The aircraft are scheduled for delivery from 4Q2012 and will join a fleet of four recently delivered leased A330-200s and six owned A330-300s. The new A330-200s will be configured in a two-class layout. The aircraft will be powered by Trent 700 engines from Rolls-Royce. The engine order is valued at USD420 million, at list prices. [more - Garuda] [more - Rolls-Royce]
Farnborough: Garuda orders six A330-200s
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