July 5th, 2011
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The tables have turned for Garuda, Indonesia’s flagship airline.

Just a few years ago it was heavily in debt, suffering from allegations of corruption and was banned from flying to Europe because of a bad safety record.

Its reputation has taken a battering, but the airline is looking to bounce back and is flying to Europe again and expanding its route network. Next year it will join Sky Team, one of the three big airline alliances.

What does it take to create such a turnaround in a highly competitive business? Emirsyah Satar, CEO Garuda Indonesia, tells CNN what he has planned.

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