Starting out in 1949, GMF AeroAsia originated as the Technical Division of Garuda Indonesia Airlines at the Kemayoran and Halim Perdanakusuma airports in Jakarta, Indonesia. In 1984, GMF AeroAsia was relocated to Soekarno-Hatta International Airport and rebranded itself as the Division of Maintenance & Engineering (M & E), which eventually developed into an independent business unit.
Subsequently in 1998, the M & E Division transformed into the Strategic Business Unit (SBU-GMF), handling all Garuda Indonesia’s fleet maintenance activities, thus honing its competitive edge. Eventually in 2002 SBU-GMF was spun off from Garuda Indonesia, and officially became an independent entity under the name of PT Garuda Maintenance Facility Aero Asia.
GMF AeroAsia’s 972,123 sq-m site features state-of-the-art facilities and adheres to international standards. Located in the Soekarno-Hatta International Airport near Jakarta, the capital city of Indonesia, GMF is one of the biggest in Southeast Asia, boasting four hangars and other facilities.
Our extensive facilities encompass spares parts stores, engine and component workshops, engine test cell, utility buildings, ground support equipment building, chemical stores, water waste treatment facility, a vast apron for aircraft parking, a training center, and office complex.