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Old February 27th, 2008, 06:23 AM   #261
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Indonesia`s Mandala Airlines grounds all B737-200 aircraft, to modernize fleet

Jakarta (ANTARA News) - Indonesian airline operator Mandala Airlines said Tuesday that it has grounded all its B373-200 aircraft starting today and will replace them with new aircraft as part of a move to modernize its fleet

The airline's chief executive officer, Warwick Brady, said Mandala has decided to accelerate retirement of its B737-200s and will from now operate only the new generation B737-400 and Airbus A320 and A319 aircraft.

Until late last year, Mandala had a fleet of 12 Boeing 737-200s and two Boeing 737-400s to serve its 20 domestic routes.

Mandala has earmarked 1.8 billion US dollars to modernize its fleet, he told Thomson Financial.

Last year it received six brand new Airbus aircraft and expects to take delivery of another four Airbus planes this year.

Mandala has used the B737-200 for almost 25 years. Retirement of the aircraft took into account the fact that fuel cost for older aircraft is about 30 percent higher than for modern-generation aircraft.

The decision also considered the issue of reliability on some of the key routes, as well as sourcing problems for parts and the additional maintenance costs.

In April 2006, Cardig International Aviation bought out Mandala for 300 billion rupiah from Yayasan Dharma Putra Kostrad, a foundation of the Kostrad army strategic reserve command, and PT Dharma Kencana Sakti, a company also related to Kostrad.

In September of that year, US firm Indigo Partners LLC purchased 49 percent of PT Mandala Airlines from Cardig Aviation. Cardig retained 51 percent of the airline.

Cardig's core business is aircraft handling and services, while Indigo Partners focuses on restructuring companies to make them more effective. (*)
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Today's fleet Mandala (Feb. 2008)


2X Boeing 737-400 Age: 19,5 Year
4X Airbus A320 Age: 7,9 Year
2X Airbus A319 Age: 0,2 Year


Fleet Age:
Boeing 737-400 2*19,5= 39 year
Airbus A320 4*7,9= 32 year
Airbus A319 2*0,2= 0,4 year
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71 --> 71:8= 8,875 Fleet Age
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Old February 29th, 2008, 12:53 AM   #263
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Normally airlines are supposed to expand, but mandala is doing it the other way.
They had more airplanes than they have right now?
So they've closed a lot of their destinations?

And i thought their a320's were also brand new?

Last year it received six brand new Airbus aircraft and expects to take delivery of another four Airbus planes this year.
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Old February 29th, 2008, 02:24 AM   #264
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Mandala Flight Schedule Effective 5 March 2008

http://mandalaair.com/files/2bd66bda...4469c8b6d4.pdf

Some of Mandala's Airbus A320 are brand new:


320-232 06/10/2007 PK-RME first flight(2007)
320-232 06/12/2007 PK-RMG first flight(2007)

the other two are older:


320-211 23/12/2006 PK-RMA first flight(1991)
320-211 27/11/2006 PK-RMC first flight(1992)
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EU, Indonesia cooperate on air safety
Fachri Mahmud , Jakarta | Fri, 02/29/2008 1:32 PM | Opinion

The Bandung Training Conference on air safety was held in Bandung, West Java from Jan. 21 to 25 and initiated by the EU with the cooperation of the Transportation Ministry.

The conference was an opportunity to directly meet experts from the EU and people responsible for aviation safety in Indonesia. A frank exchange of views at the conference helped lead to a mutual understanding between the two parties and hopefully future emotional and unnecessary statements from either Indonesia or the EU can be avoided.

In July last year, the EU Air Safety Agency imposed a flight ban on all aircraft registered in Indonesia. The EU claimed that the Indonesian authorities had failed to provide information requested by the EU regarding air safety in Indonesia. However, the Indonesian authorities saw no reason for such a ban since the EU based its decision on third-party information on the problems of air safety encountered by Indonesia.

The aim and objective of the conference was to create a momentum to address air safety in a constructive manner between the EU and Indonesia. Furthermore, the conference aimed to share best practices and experiences in order to achieve a better regulatory and enforcement safety structure in Indonesia.

In addition, the EU offered assistance in training qualified members of the Indonesian Civil Aviation Authority.

Transportation Minister Jusman Syafii Djamal explained that he honored the EU's decision to impose a flight ban on Indonesian aircraft to protect its own citizens, and also shared the views that the air safety question could not be solved politically. He mentioned that in Indonesia there were more good airlines than bad ones, and unfortunately the EU had banned Indonesian airlines indiscriminately.

Furthermore he proposed a fast-track system to allow four airlines to operate in EU airspaceGaruda, Mandala and two non-scheduled air carriers, Premi Air and Air Fast. Roberto Salvarini, unit head of air safety and DG Tren of the European Commission, explained that the ban on Indonesian airlines was based on purely technical and operational considerations.

He also stressed that the decision must be approved by all 27 ministers of transportation of EU member states, and was therefore unable to give any commitment to lift the ban in the near future. However, he believes the air safety training conference was a good effort on the part of the EU and Indonesia.

During the conference there were two noteworthy presentations, given by representatives of Pakistan International Airlines and the Civil Aviation Administration of Bulgaria. Both presentations told of their experiences in taking action to receive permission to fly in EU airspace.

In the case of Pakistan, they acted very quickly to prepare a Corrective Action Plan requested by the EU. With eight months of hard work and a series of complicated procedures, Pakistan International Airlines finally was removed from the EU's blacklist.

Tariq A. Qureshi from Pakistan International Airlines stressed that the whole exercise with the EU required tight cooperation between the airlines and civil aviation authorities, and both entities had to work side by side to meet all the requirements on air safety set out by the EU.

The experience of Bulgaria was quite different. The civil aviation authority of the country itself revoked the Aircraft Operating Certificate (AOC) of their five air cargo carriers. This action was taken on the basis of having the worst Safety Assessment of Foreign Aircraft results in 2004-2006, which was about to result in the blacklisting of five Bulgarian air cargo operators by the EU.

To remedy this, the aviation authorities required the respective air cargo companies to submit a correction action plan.

In the meantime, the aviation authorities imposed restrictions on their AOC preventing them from operating in EU member states, Norway, Iceland and Switzerland, until all deficiencies were rectified.

After five days of deliberations, the participants of the training conference approved the Preliminary Joint Conclusions of the Bandung Conference Roadmap to Aviation Safety, including implementing the roadmap. It suggested using a project management approach, setting up a special project team and revising specific operating regulations to reflect the latest ICAO standards.

The deliberations of the conference successfully reflected a common understanding with a friendly and constructive dialogue and using one languageair safety.

Both Indonesia and EU communities will be expecting to see Indonesian air carriers will one day again be able to fly into and over EU airspace.

The writer is an expert in civil aviation and the author of Development of International Air Transport Policy and Perkembangan Kebijakan Angkutan Udara Indonesia.
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Construction Update Makassar Hasanuddin Airport February 2008



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Hasanuddin International Airport of Makassar
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Garuda secures deals to lease seven Boeing 737s
The Jakarta Post , Jakarta | Sun, 03/02/2008 4:41 AM | Business

JAKARTA (JP): National flag carrier Garuda Indonesia has secured deals to lease seven Boeing 777 aircraft from two American financing companies GE Cash and International Leasing Finance Company (ILFC), the airline's president Abdulgani said here on Thursday.

Abdulgani said one of the seven narrow-bodied Boeing 737s would be delivered next month and the other six would arrive in Indonesia in stages until January next year.

""The aircraft would replace old ones and service new routes to meet growing demand in the domestic and regional flights,"" he told a media briefing.

Abdulgani said the aircraft would be leased at US$200,000 to $250,000 a month depending on the age and condition of the aircrafts.

The newest aircraft was a 1994-make, while the oldest a 1989-make, he said, adding that the aircraft would be leased for a three-year term.

The procurement of the seven jets was also part of the airline's program to expand its services amidst signs of recovery in the region's aviation business, Abdulgani said, adding that Garuda would reopen direct flights toSeoul, South Korea at the end of the month.

Garuda closed some domestic routes and 17 international ones, including services to the United States, Taipei, Seoul, Paris, Rome, Zurich and Saigon after the financial crisis hit Indonesia late 1997.

Abdulgani said the performance of the national flag carrier has showed animprovement as the result of the restructuring program launched in 1998.

He said that Garuda's load factor, which rose to 68 per cent in 1999 fromonly 54.4 percent in 1998, continued improving to reach an average of 70 percent. On time performance (OTP) averaged 89 percent in 1999, up from 77 percent in 1998, Abdulgani said.

Abdulgani said that the airline recorded a net profit of Rp 409.6 billionin 1999 after being in the red for more than 10 years.

Garuda's Director of Finance Emirsyah Satar said net profit was projectedto increase to Rp 500 billion this year, with the improvement in the airline's operation.

Emir said that the company hoped the airline's debt restructuring could be finalized by the end of this year as talks on the rescheduling of a major part of the debts would be concluded this month.

""The process of restructuring will all be concluded at the end of the year,"" he said after the media conference.

Garuda's total debts dropped to $1.65 billion in 1999 from $1.8 billion in 1998 after the airline paid part of the debts.

The bulk of the debts included $610 million to the European Credit Agency(ECA), a consortium of credit agencies in France, Britain, and Germany, forthe lease of six A330 aircraft, he said.

""The government has agreed to pay about $420 million of the debt,"" Emir said, adding that talks are underway for restructuring of the airline's debt owed to ECA from 12 years to 16 years. (10)
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Garuda Indonesia Purchases 10 Boeing 777-300Ers

Garuda Indonesia is the Only Airline in Indonesia to Operate Wide-Body Aircraft

During the Singapore Airshow, Garuda Indonesia signed a contract for the purchase of then (10) highly – sophisticated wide-bodied aircraft, the Boeing 777-300ER (extended range).

The contract was signed by the President & CEO Garuda Indonesia, Emirsyah Satar and the Vice President of the Boeing Commercial Airplanes, Ray Cornner, on Tuesday, 19 February 2008.

Also attending the event was the Minister of Communications, Jusman Syafi’I Djamal, members of the Indonesian Legislative Assembly and Garuda Indonesia’s President Commissioner, Hadiyanto

According to Emirsyah Satar, President & CEO Garuda Indonesia, the procurement is part of some efforts of Garuda Indonesia to enhance its business and service which focuses upon the development and modernization of the airline’s fleet, and reflects the airlines understanding of the need for a more modern fleet to meet the customers increasingly sophisticated demands.

Previously, Garuda Indonesia signed a contract for the procurement of fifty (50) Boeing 737NGs (next generation) series dedicated to serve the domestic and regional sectors. These newest additions to the fleet are due in 2009.

The Boeing 777-300ER and Boeing 737 NG are modern and sophisticatedly – designed aircraft of its class, with advanced technology and high degree of efficiency to provide the utmost comfort to its customers.

“The arrival of these exciting aircraft designs will further strengthen Garuda Indoensia’s position as the ultimate full service airline in Indonesia” continued Emirsyah Satar.

On these new aircraft, designed with a fresh, new interior, Garuda Indonesia will introduce a new brand of service that combines warm Indonesian hospitality for a truly unique Garuda experience. Individual seats on Boeing 737 NG for the domestic and regional services will equipped with their own personal TV offering games on demand.

Commenting on the new designs, Ray Cornner says both Boeing 777-300ER and Boeing 737 NG are designed with advanced digital technology. Boeing 777-300ER is currently the market leader in the 300-400 seat capacity aircraft. It is widely used by world – class airlines for its low – fuel consumption, reliability and spacious cabin area for added comfort.

The Boeing 777-300ER has a seat capacity for 365 passengers and cruising speed of 0,84 mach, as well as being capable of flying non – stop for 15 hours or as far as 7.930 nautical miles (14.685 km) with this aircraft, Garuda Indonesia will be able to fly non-stop from Jakarta to destinations is Europe and the United States.

Commencing productions in 2002, the aircraft is designed with twin engine and a length of 73,9 meters, a height of 18,6 meters and a wingspan of 64,8 meters. The aircraft’s first flight took place in 2003 and its first delivery to respective customers was in 2004.

Meanwhile, the Boeing 737NG comes with a winglet on each wing which contribute to its efficient fuel intake, enhance range, reduce CO2 emission and lower noise level.


Garuda Indonesia’s Positive Performance

Thanks to the restructuring measures and development carried out by the company, in 2007 Garuda Indonesia managed to book a profit of Rp.259 billion as opposed to performance in the same period in the past three years in which Garuda had always incurred losses. For instance Rp.811 billion in 2004, Rp.688 billion in 2005, and Rp.197 billion in 2006.

This positive growth is indicated by improved performance in various areas of operations. Seat Load Factor (SLF) rose by 9% from 72% to 78%. As for yield, Garuda gained 7.4 USc from 6,9 USc, or an increase by 7%. Passenger volume also rose by 11% from 7,55 million to 8,41 million passengers.

This significant turn in performance was achieved through a number of effective and strategic programs, among them network restructuring, fleet effectiveness (from 8,5 hours to 9,5 hours per day) online payment program, and incentives for front liner agents.
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Airline tickets, books top online purchases in RI
Agustina Wayansari , The Jakarta Post

Airline tickets, books, clothing and accessories, and cosmetics were the most frequently purchased items online in Indonesia and other Asia-Pacific countries last year, a recent survey found.

In Indonesia, airline tickets topped the list, with 40 percent of respondents reporting having purchased tickets online.

This was followed by books (37 percent) and clothing and accessories, including shoes (21 percent), the executive director for client solutions at Nielsen Indonesia, Catherine Eddy, said Wednesday.

"We found the ranking in Indonesia different with the Asia Pacific in general, where purchasing books topped the list with 46 percent, chased by clothing and accessories with 38 percent and cosmetics and nutritional supplies with 27 percent," Eddy said.

Eddy said the survey, performed by Nielsen Global Online Survey from October to November last year, involved 7,500 consumers with regular internet access in the Asia Pacific, including 511 internet users in Indonesia.

According to Eddy, a global survey interviewed a total of 26,312 respondents around the world.

"Regionally, purchasing airline tickets only reached 24 percent. It's also surprising that computer software is among the sought after items here, with 20 percent, while we know that most people go to Ratu Plaza (where people can buy pirated software)," she said.

She added that overall in the Asia Pacific, airline tickets were only fifth on the list of online purchases, with 24 percent.

While only 4 percent of respondents in Indonesia purchased cosmetics online, people in other Asia-Pacific regions, including Hong Kong, frequently purchased cosmetics online, Eddy said.

She said Indonesia also differed from the region in general in terms of payment preference, with bank and money transfers the most common methods here, as compared to credit cards in other countries.

"It's totally understood. Many sellers remain concerned with security issues here and often reject credit cards from Indonesia," said Eddy, adding that payment systems such as Pay Pal were also not yet common here.

Eddy said the survey found that Indonesian shoppers tended to use search engines such as Google to find information before purchasing items online.

"It's because online shopping is still new here and most probably they (shoppers) had never been to the sites before," she said, adding that general Internet surfing, personal recommendations and reviews also played a significant role in helping shoppers make online choices.
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Indonesia threatens to suspend budget airline

JAKARTA, March 11 (Reuters) - Indonesia's transport minister warned on Tuesday that budget airline Adam Air could be forced to halt its operations after a series of accidents involving the carrier, state media reported.

In the latest incident, a Boeing 737-400 operated by Adam Air with more than 170 people on board overshot the runway at the airport on Batam island on Monday, causing damage to the plane and injuring five people.

"We are giving them a chance to improve. If there's no change, we will place them in the third category," Transport Minister Jusman Syafii Djamal was quoted as saying by the state Antara news agency.

The third category under the ministry's rating system means the airline has three months to improve before its operation is suspended if it does not get better.

Currently Adam Air is in the second category, which means it has fulfilled minimum safety requirements but still has deficiencies.

Adam Air spokesman Danke Drajat said the airline, which flies mainly domestic routes but also to Singapore, was doing its best to improve its safety standards.

"We are completing all manuals and revamping the standard operating procedure," said Drajat.

In January 2007, an Adam Air plane crashed into the sea off Sulawesi island, with all 102 on board missing and presumed dead.

Indonesia's airline industry has grown rapidly in the past decade following liberalisation, with the launch of new players and a wider choice of routes across the sprawling archipelago.

However, the world's fourth-most populous country has suffered a string of airline disasters in recent years, raising concerns about safety standards and prompting the European Union to ban all Indonesian airlines from its airspace.
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I've love to see Adam Air obtain some brand new 737NG's to replace their old 737 fleet. I love their livery.
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there are already rumors circulating, that Adam Air will cease ops in near future.
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well, rumors are just rumors.
Let's wait 'till we get some facts!
Adam Air is still a big airliner in Indonesia, so I hope they will finally invest in their fleet and make it more modern. (with NG planes or Airbus planes)
Before the crash (in jan 2007) they would order NG planes, but until today, they are flying with crappy old planes and still haven't received or ordered new planes. And last, I heard they get a 'new' plane which is an 737-300/400. So maybe they invest, but still in old planes and not new ones which are more safe, more comfort and are using less fuel.
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Well, those rumours seem to be supported by the fact that they stop accepting reservations for "flights" after March 16th.
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I look for information regarding Indonesia airports passengers traffic year 2007
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Well, those rumours seem to be supported by the fact that they stop accepting reservations for "flights" after March 16th.

So thats explain the fact that Eagle air might replace Adam air, those two are from the same company.

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According to this news article in Bahasa Indonesia

http://www.mediaindo.co.id/berita.asp?Id=162736

Bali will become Indonesia AirAsia's 2nd Hub after Jakarta, this will get the opportunity of increasing flight from Bali to Kt Kinabalu, kuching, penang, KLIA, bangkok and maybe, to tap Australian market.


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AdamAir Temporarily stops operations


Jakarta (ANTARA News) - Domestic airline company AdamAir announced on Monday it may have to stop its flight operations as of March 21, 2008 because it had failed to pay the insurance premium for its aircraft which due on March 20, 2008.

"We will still fly on March 20 but beginning 00:00 hours on March 21, 2008 we will stop our flight operations," President Director of AdamAir, Adam Suherman said here on Monday.

Based on international aviation law, all aircraft must be insured before they are operated.

He said that the insurance company has sent an insurance cancellation note to AdamAir which fell due on March 20, 2008.

"The flight operations will temporarily be stopped pending the decision of the shareholders on the insurance premium payment," he said.

Adam said that of the 22 airplanes it was operating 12 had been been withdrawn because the company was not able to pay their insurance premium.

The company also failed to pay the premium of the remaining 10 airplanes which were still operated.
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He he he .... and you will see Eagle Air here....
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