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Garuda Indonesia's expansion ambitions

Garuda Indonesia has dramatically reversed its fortunes since 2007, when it was banned for two-years from flying to Europe because of safety concerns.

Indonesia's national carrier has grown significantly since its stock market float in 2011.

So, what does the future hold?

The airline's new chief executive, Arif Wibowo spoke with the BBC's Aaron Heslehurst.

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