Garuda Indonesia could delay some of the fleet renewal aircraft it has on order and cut some long-haul routes following its first-half net loss of $212 million. Operational costs jumped 15%. The carrier said the results were primarily due to a weaker exchange rate on the rupiah along with an increase in fuel prices. The SkyTeam carrier may also look at axing plans to restart its flagship Jakarta-Amsterdam Boeing 777-300ER service, slated for launch in September. As of the beginning of 2014, ...

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