Garuda Indonesia is creating new frameworks for cooperation with the Indonesian Air Force in the area of human resources.
The agreements being put in place between the National flag carrier and the Air Force address aircraft maintenance, training, human resources and flight services.
Garuda's CEO, Emirsyah Satar, told Bisnis.com. "the new agreements for cooperation being put in place are renewals of pre-existing agreements." The memorandum of understandings were signed by Emirsyah and the Chief of Staff of the Indonesian Air Force, Subandri, at the Air Force Headquarters in Cilangkap, West Java.
Emirsyah told the press that the agreements focused on human resources encompassing the development, training and utilization of pilots, cabin crew, instructors and technicians.
Within the framework of cooperation in the area of aircraft maintenance, Garuda and the Air Force will share maintenance facilities as a step towards greater efficiency.
The memorandum of understanding covers a period of 5 years and is a renewal of a similar agreement already in operation.
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