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Old December 18th, 2007, 07:02 PM   #221
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what would you want to reach with your opinion ?

The reason that Indonesian Airlines buying Airbus product, is technical spoken, in te first place to upgrade there fleet and reduce the potensional risk of malfunction of the present flying products.


Boycot Airbus Products : that won't you get anywhere
Wow someone from Europe telling us not to boycott a European product. I'm sure I'll take your consideration in the trash where it belongs.
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Mandala to stick to its EU deal
The Jakarta Post, Jakarta

Mandala airlines has said it would stick to its commitment to purchase European-made planes despite the Indonesian government's call to halt any such purchases until the European Union (EU) lifts its flight ban on Indonesian airlines.

Mandala Airlines CEO Warwick Brady told The Jakarta Post on Thursday the company would proceed with the purchase of 30 Airbus A320 planes because it had already spent millions of dollars on a down payment.

"We support the government in that they need to find a resolution," Brady said.

"However, we cannot cancel the purchase agreement, or we will suffer losses on our down payment."

He said the purchase agreement had been made prior to the ban announced in July.

Mandala is among the 51 airlines, including flag carrier Garuda Indonesia, that have been prohibited by the EU from flying across European airspace following a series of air accidents in Indonesia.

Earlier on Wednesday, Transportation Minister Jusman Syafii Djamal said he was concerned there would be problems with the delivery of European-made airplanes and the ban.

"I worry that if we purchase any planes from European countries, they will not be allowed to fly home as they will be registered under the Indonesian flag," Jusman told detik.com after meeting with Vice President Jusuf Kalla.

"Any plane registered under that flag is forbidden to fly through European airspace."

Jusman said purchased planes could be registered at home to avoid the ban, but this would cost airlines more money than if registration was conducted in the producing country.

"But airlines can go ahead if they have no problem with the cost," Jusman said.

Brady said this was what Mandala would do with the ordered airplanes.

In addition to Mandala, Batavia Air operates Airbus A320 as well as the shorter A319 airplane.

Batavia reportedly has ordered 10 units of ATR 72-500 commuter airplanes, manufactured by EADS NV, the parent company of Airbus SA.

Jusman previously has said he was disappointed the EU did not lift its ban on Indonesian airplanes in its updated list of flight bans issued last month.

He said he was disappointed because Indonesia had been working on improving its air safety record.

"There is no reason to insist on buying Airbus if the EU does not respect our country and fails to pay attention to the improvements we have made," Jusman said.

"We can instead buy airplanes produced by other countries," he said.

In support of the government's call, Andry Bachtiar, an aircraft expert with an air navigation company, said Indonesia should have pressed ahead with demands the EU lift its ban.

He said the ban had impacted the country's image.

Abdullah Aswar Anas, of the House of Representatives' Commission V, overseeing transportation affairs, told the Post Thursday the government and the EU had to settle the flight ban to avoid harming business relationships between companies in Indonesia and Europe.

"I think the EU should set out the exact parameters because I am concerned about the double-standard it seems to apply in auditing our airlines," he said.

"For example, the EU did not send an audit team before announcing the flight ban, while this should have been the case." (lln)
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Old January 5th, 2008, 06:37 PM   #223
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It will get very different check-in style than most of Indonesian Airport, right ??
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Old January 15th, 2008, 05:27 AM   #225
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Indonesia's Lion Air to buy more Boeing 737-900s

JAKARTA, Jan 15 (Reuters) - Indonesia's largest private airline, Lion Air, plans to buy more Boeing 737-900 series jets, to support its regional expansion to a number of countries, including Australia, its top executive said on Tuesday.

Rusdi Kirana, Lion Air's president director, told Reuters the purchase would be in addition to 122 jets of the same type that the company had previously ordered from Boeing .

"We are planning to expand to other countries in the region. The previous order was not enough," Kirana said by telephone. He declined to disclose the number of additional jets the firm planned to buy or the value of the deal.

"I cannot give the numbers for now. The deal will be signed in February during the Singapore Airshow," he added.

Lion Air recently ordered an additional 22 Boeing Co 737-900 series planes as part of its expansion plans, lifting its total orders at the U.S. firm to 122 jets, with a total list price of $7 billion.

The carrier had said it was looking at possible expansion in six countries -- Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, Bangladesh, the Philippines and Australia.

"We are in the process of setting up our operation in Australia... We are planning to allocate six of our jets there catering to 10 cities," Kirana said referring to international flights from Indonesia to 10 Australian cities.

Lion has said it plans to raise up to $600 million to acquire stakes or set up new airlines in a number of Asian countries over the next five years.

The airline currently has a fleet of around 40 jets on 32 routes.

Lion Air has been aggressively expanding in Indonesia's fast-growing airline industry in a country of more than 220 million people spread across more than 17,000 islands.

The carrier is also expected sign a 10-year $1 billion contract next year with Delta Air Lines , under which the U.S airline will provide maintenance and services for its fleet.

Indonesia's airline industry has grown rapidly since the government liberalised the sector after the financial crisis in the late 1990s.

But a series of accidents has raised questions over whether safety has been compromised and whether the infrastructure and personnel can cope with the huge increase.

It has also prompted ban from the European Union on Indonesian carriers flying to Europe.

There have been calls from some Indonesian officials to modernise ageing fleets to help improve safety.
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Lion Air Acquires 49% of Australian Airline

JAKARTA: Lion Air has gone international by acquiring 49% shares in an Australian airline and place at least six units of Boeing 737-900ER this year.
Apart from developing Lion Australia the company also has planned to expand to Thailand by developing Lion Thailand this year.

The President Director of PT Lion Mentari Airlines (Lion Air) Rusdi Kirana said that previously the company has planned to focus in Asean like Vietnam and Thailand, but Australia is more responsive.

"As they know we want to expand, they [Australian airline] came and filed a proposal. The Australian company and Lion have reached the deal. We got 49% stakes but we will take control the management," he said yesterday.

He said that after signing cooperation agreement between Lion Air and Training Center of Transportation Ministry and Indonesia Pilot School.

Rusdi said that Lion and Austrlia have reached the deal so that they will sign the agreement soon.

"While we have only 49% shares, Lion Air will control the operation. For the first step we will place six units of Boeing 737-900ER," he said while declining to reveal the name of the Australian counterpart.

Lion Air has ordered 122 units of Boeing 737-900ER. Seven units have been delivered last year and another 12 units will be delivered this year.

Rusdi said that some of the 122 airplanes will be operated in Indonesia and the rest will be for the markets of Asean and Australia.

He said that the expansion to Thailand will be later if Lion has completed the acquisition in Australia.

He said that Lion has reached the deal with the Thailand-company but he declined to reveal the detail.

"The point is that we will do that this year. For Lion Air expanding to Australia is not only about profit but also about the pride of Indonesia," he said.

Having announced to expand the business regionally last year Lion Air has been negotiating with some companies.

Lion Air also has planned to expand the business to Malaysia, Vietnam, and Bangladesh. ([email protected]/hendra. [email protected])

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Garuda set to fly 22 thousand passengers from Beijing

Beijing (ANTARA News) - National flag carrier Garuda Indonesia has set a target to fly 22,000 passengers for the Beijing-Jakarta route in 2008, Garuda General Manager for Beijing Pikri Ilham K said here on Saturday.

"We hope Garuda this year would fly 22,000 passengers, more than the 21,650 it flew last year," Pikri Ilham K said.

He said that amid tight competition Garuda would continue to carry out promotion and improve the quality of its service in order to achieve the target.

Pikri said that Garuda`s seat load factor last year reached 81.8 percent. Garuda operated B-737 New Generation (NG) airplanes with a total seat capacity of 26,499.

"Amid tight competition with foreign airlines which also served the Beijing-Jakarta route, the number of Garuda`s passengers from Beijing continued to increase in 2007," Pikri said.

Pikri said that the interest of Indonesian and Chinese citizens to use Garuda flights to Jakarta was high so that sometimes Garuda was overwhelmed in giving its service, particularly during holidays.

He said that Garuda conducted 169 flights from Beijing to Jakarta during 2007, or three flights a week.

Besides serving the Beijing-Jakarta route, Garuda also plied the Shanghai-Jakarta and Guanzhou-Jakarta routes with four flights a week respectively.

Garuda served the Shanghai-Jakarta routes with 204 flights, 58,447 seats and 38,823 passengers in 2007. It also served the Guanghou-Jakarta route with 212 flights, 36,701 seats and 28,823 passengers.

In connection with the Visit Indonesia Year 2008, Garuda Indonesia has prepared a number of programs in China to attract as many tourists as possible to Indonesia.

"Supported by the headquarters in Indonesia, Garuda Indonesia has prepared a number of programs in Beijing, Shanghai, guangzhou and Hong Kong to help promote Visit Indonesia Year 2008," he said.

He said that the programs were prepared with the concept of "Indonesian Hospitality" in all Garuda branch offices, including in China.(*)
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Lion Air Has Announced Plans To Expand Its Operations Into Australia
Adelaide is a likely destination for low-cost airline Lion Air

Jan 19, 2008

The budget Indonesian airline plans to fly to 10 Australian cities.
Experts say Adelaide passengers soon could be flying to Indonesia with the low-cost carrier.

The airline's impending arrival puts the spotlight once again on the safety of budget Asian airlines.

In November, 2004, a Lion Air MD-82 skidded off the runway at Solo, Indonesia, killing 31 people.

Last September, 91 people were killed when the McDonnell Douglas MD-82, operated by budget airliner One-Two-Go, crashed on the Thai resort town of Phuket.

Although the Civil Aviation Safety Authority has not received an application from the airline yet, experts say Lion Air plans to enter the Australian market by the end of the year.

If the airline does apply to operate in Australia – a process that can take six months to finalise – it will need to meet strict local safety regulations, among the highest in the world.

Lion Air – Indonesia's largest private airline – plans to buy more Boeing 737-900 series jets to support its expansion.

The purchase would be in addition to 122 jets of the same type the company had previously ordered from Boeing.

The carrier is also looking at expanding into Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, Bangladesh and the Philippines.

Lion Air president Rusdi Kirana said: "We are in the process of setting up our operation in Australia. We are planning to allocate six of our jets there, catering to 10 cities."

Derek Sadubin, chief operating officer for the Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation, said the airline was confident of being approved to launch services by the end of the year and this "could definitely include Adelaide".

Mr Sadubin said customers could expect "rock bottom discounted fares" if the airline expands to Australia.

But, he said, Lion Air would "have to work harder than other airlines because (the reputation of) Indonesian carriers is unfortunately tainted by safety issues in the past".

An Adelaide Airport spokesman said it was yet to receive contact from Lion Air, "but we are following their activities with interest and would look forward to talking with them in the near future".

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Garuda posts Rp259 billion net profit in 2007

Jakarta (ANTARA News) - National flag carrier PT Garuda Indonesia posted an unaudited net profit of Rp259 billion in 2007 compared to a loss of Rp197 billion in the preceding year, a spokesman said.

"Two-thousand-seven was a rehabilitation year in which we managed to book a net profit of Rp259 billion while in 2006 we suffered a loss of Rp197 billion," PT Garuda Indonesia President Director Emirsyah Satar said at a hearing with the House of Representatives (DPR)`s Commission V here Monday.

However, the airline`s punctuality in arrival and departure times in 2007 dropped eight percent to 77 percent from 85 percent in 2006.

The 2007 net profit was achieved because the company was able to optimize the use of its networks, resulting in a 3-percent increase in its productivity.

"Yet the size of out fleet had decreased," he added.

The company`s average seat load factor (SLF) increased by nine percent from 72 percent in 2006 to 78 percent in 2007 while the number of passengers it carried in 2007 rose 11 percent to 8,410,000 from 7,550,000 in 2006.

Thus, Garuda`s net income in 2007 rose to US$1,041 million or 16 percent up from US$896 million in 2006.

The airline`s average yield per passenger per kilometer in 2007 rose by seven percent to 7.4 dollar cents from 6.9 dollar cents per passenger in 2006, he said.

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Garuda Indonesia to Add 25 New Aircraft Starting 2009

Garuda Indonesia to Add 25 New Aircraft Starting 2009 In an important step to support its business expansion and upgrade its service, Garuda Indonesia plans to bring in 25 new Boeing 737-800 Next Generation (B-737-NG) aircraft, which it has ordered from The Boeing Company.

These planes will join Garuda Indonesia fleet in several stages: eight units in May - December 2009, ten in January – October 2010, five in August – December 2011, and two in January – February 2012. In addition, ten Boeing 787 series 8 (B787-8) Dreamliner aircraft which the Boeing Company began producing in 2006, will join the fleet starting in 2011.

The B-737NG is a modern, sophisticated narrow-body, twin engine aircraft with a body length of 40.68 meters and wingspan of 35.81 meters. It can fly at a speed of 0.79 mach, faster than the Classic B-737, which can only reach 0.74 mach. The B-737NG can also fly at elevations up to 41.000 feet, and has a maximum take-off weight of 79,015 kg and maximum landing weight of 65,317 kg.

The other new plane, the B-787-8 Dreamliner is a wide body aircraft with the latest state-of- the art technology including a monitoring system that enables the plane to monitor its own maintenance needs and report the automatically to a ground based computer. This model can reach a speed of 0.85 mach and can fly 8,500 nautical miles (15,700 km) non-stop. It has two engines, a body length of 57 meters, height of 6 meters, and wingspan of 60 meters.

The B-787-8 Dreamliner’s body is built from a composite material, making the plane much lighter and therefore 20% more fuel-efficient than other similar sized planes. The arrival of these new B-737NG and B-787-8 Dream liner aircraft will be constitute the realization of the Garuda Indonesia Fleet Development and Modernization Agreement signed with the Boeing Company on 15 September 2005 in New York City.
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force Indonesian airline to shift airport base

JAKARTA, Feb 4, 2008 (AFP) - Flooding that cut the main access route to Jakarta's international airport has prompted Indonesia's Merpati Nusantara Airlines to shift its flight base, a spokesman said Monday.

The floods, triggered by monsoon rains, left three dead and forced some 90,000 to flee their homes. They blocked the road to Sukarno-Hatta airport on Friday and only fully receded early Monday, television and radio reported.

The torrential rains also forced the airport to shut for several hours on Friday.

"We are today (Monday) starting to move some of our domestic flights to Halim Perdanakusumah," Merpati spokesman Purwatmo told AFP, referring to an airport in East Jakarta.

He said all 16 routes would be shifted in the next few days to Halim, which is more accessible to staff and passengers.

"At the moment this is only a temporary move, but we will see, after a month, whether the facilities are the same (as at Sukarno-Hatta). If so we are considering the possibility of staying at Halim," Purwatmo said.

Halim was Jakarta's main airport in the 1980s but now serves only a few short-distance commercial flights and charters. The runway is shared with the airforce, based next door.

Friday's airport closure affected more than 230 scheduled flights and combined with the blocked access road left thousands stranded for hours.

Indonesia's monsoon hits a peak from December to February. In February 2007, flooding in the capital and nearby killed 85 people and forced hundreds of thousands from their homes.

This year's floods occurred despite the government earmarking a billion dollars towards preventing a recurrence.
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Is Garuda Indonesia changing their livery? I hope not.
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Is Garuda Indonesia changing their livery? I hope not.
Those planes are leased, hence the livery.
I think for the hajj flights
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That's good to know. That also explains why they are Boeing 767's since I remember that Garuda doesn't use 767's.
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They look like they're leased off KLM.
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you're right, it's for the hajj flight

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Jakarta`s airport railway project to be completed March 2009

Jakarta (ANTARA News) - State-owned railway company PT Kereta Api (PT KA) estimates that its airport railway project in Jakarta can be completed in March 2009 or about five months earlier than scheduled, a spokesman said.

Capitalized at a total of Rp3.6 trillion, the project aims to connect Manggarai railway station in central Jakarta with Soekarno-Hatta international airport via Muara Angke station - a distance of 33.7 kilometers.

"The financing problem will be solved this month so that construction can start in March and the project can be completed one year later or about five months earlier than originally planned," PT KA President Director Ronny Wahyudi said here Tuesday.

He said he was optimistic there was great investors` interest in the project because a study had shown that after reaching an operational state it would financially reach a break-even point in at most eight years` time.

Several bank syndicates had officially expressed interest in financing the project. "This morning (Feb 5), we signed a deal with Bank Mandiri, BNI, BRI and Bank Mega," he said.

Wahyudi said 70 percent of the project`s cost would be covered with national syndicated bank loans and 15 percent with the implementing consortium`s equity. The consortium`s paricipants - PT Railink, PT Jasa Marga and PT Wika -- would provide 15 percent of the required investment based on a 40:30:30 ratio.

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