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Garuda CEO Emirsyah Satar on flights to Europe

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For the past two and a half years, Indonesian airline carriers have not been allowed to fly to Europe, amid safety concerns.

However, the EU lifted its ban on Indonesia's flag carrier Garuda in July 2009.

Now it is adding 23 new aircraft to its fleet, despite the worst slump the airline industry has suffered.

The BBC's Mariko Oi met Garuda's CEO Emirsyah Satar at the Singapore Airshow.

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