... at least according to this article:
Indonesian air carriers havesealed orders for 129 new planes of various types worth 5 billionU.S. dollars this year, with Boeing 737 series sharing the bulk.
Flag carrier Garuda Indonesia topped the list with 50 B373-800NGs, followed by budget carrier Lion Air that bought 22 B737-900ERs. Lion has in the previous years signed purchase deals of100 B737-900ERs.
Bhakti Investama also signed a deal for 16 B737-800s, whileAdam Air bought 25 Bombardier CRJ900s and Batavia Air purchased 16Q-400 Dash propeller planes, leading economic daily BisnisIndonesia reported Monday.
Fact or fiction? Thought Batavia had signed for ATRs?