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Garuda Indonesia shows how to save a failing airline

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Garuda Indonesia has had more than 12 fatal accidents since 1950.

The last major plane crash was in 2007 and killed 21 passengers. Shortly after, the European Union imposed a blanket ban on all Indonesian airlines.

But now the airline has turned itself around and is back in the EU's good books. Carmen Roberts reports.

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