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2009 – Today : Nature’s Wings
Entering a phase of sustained growth and Quantum Leap strategy, in 2009, Garuda Indonesia re-liven its company identity with new color design on its fuselage. This makes the aircraft appearance more dynamic, modern and bright. This new identity also utilizes in the graphical element “Nature’s Wing” on the aircraft tail. The Quantum Leap strategy comes with a comprehensive modernization of Garuda Indonesia fleet with the arrival of new Boeing 737-800NG, Airbus A330-200, and Bombardier CRJ1000 NextGen. The company also introduces a new service concept under the title “Garuda Indonesia Experience” which combines friendliness with strong atmosphere of Indonesia hospitality that roots in the culture of the nation.

1985 – 2009 : Modern Bird Symbol
As an anticipation of the era of open competition in both local and global aviation industries, in 1985, Garuda Indonesia introduced new identity with a modern bird symbol and new “Garuda Indonesia” wording on its aircraft body. The dominant colors, blue and green, were taken from the colors of the nature of Indonesia. In this era, Garuda Indonesia armada was strengthened with the arrival of Boeing 737, Boeing 747-400, and Airbus 330-300.

1969 – 1985 : Orange Logotype
As the fleet underwent modernization in the 1970s, the symbol was renewed with “Garuda” wording and orange lines in the fuselage. In this period, Garuda Indonesia served more destinations in various cities of Indonesia and other parts of the world. The Orange Logotype gripped on the narrow-body of Fokker 27, DC-9, as well as on the wide-body aircraft such as DC-10, Boeing 747-200, and Airbus A300B4.

1949 – 1969 : Classic Garuda
In the midst of time when Indonesia struggled for independence, Garuda Indonesia used the classic Garuda as its symbol of identity. The upper side of the aircrafts was colored white with red scheme along the windows, symbolizing the national flag of Indonesia, Red and White. In its early years, Garuda Indonesia’s fleet consisted of the historic DC-3 propeller plane to jet-engine Convair and DC-8.