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Old December 27th, 2008, 07:33 AM   #461
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December 22, 2008: Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II International Airport of Palembang, South Sumatra









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Old January 3rd, 2009, 07:43 AM   #464
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Garuda expands international routes
The Jakarta Post, , Jakarta | Sat, 01/03/2009 10:33 AM | Headlines

As most international airlines head into the red, slashing routes and spending, flag carrier Garuda Indonesia has revealed plans to fly new routes and expand its business.

On Wednesday, the airline announced it would open 16 new flight routes this year -- 13 domestic and three international -- as well as add more aircraft to its fleet.

The new routes will begin gradual operation from Jan. 16, and will later be supported by 14 new Boeing 737-NG aircraft to be delivered in mid-2009.

The new international routes will link Denpasar with Adelaide, Denpasar with Hong Kong, and Surabaya with Hong Kong.

Garuda says the new international routes are aimed at establishing a stronger flight network rather than generating significant profit.

"We need to establish a strong network, especially in the (Asia-Pacific) region, so we can create a new market for the new airplanes," Garuda spokesman Pujobroto told The Jakarta Post on Friday.

"Our new routes will give international travelers more options when visiting Indonesia."

Garuda currently operates 54 aircraft, including six new Boeing 737-NGs that were delivered last year.

By 2013, Garuda will have 128 aircraft, including 50 Boeing 737-NGs and 10 Boeing 737-300ERs that are currently being built.

"Backed by 128 aircraft, in 2013 Garuda Indonesia will make a quantum leap into the future," Garuda president director Emirsyah Satar said in a statement.

Garuda mainly serves domestic routes, making it relatively immune to the global shakeup. Its international routes include flights to Japan, Australia and the Middle East.

The airline used to operate flights to six European cities before the European Commission imposed a flight ban in mid-2007 on all Indonesian airlines, due to safety concerns following a spate of fatal accidents involving Indonesian airlines.

The Transportation Ministry, however, is upbeat the commission will lift the ban in March.

"If the EC lifts the ban, our top priority is to open a flight route to Amsterdam ," Pujobroto said.

Garuda is eyeing Rp 15 trillion (US$1.33 billion) in revenue and around $300 million in operating profits in 2008. The company currently has outstanding debts of around $700 million.

Emirsyah previously predicted revenue for local airlines to grow by 10 percent next year, down from the usual 15 percent.

Garuda reported it had achieved 85 to 95 percent seat load factor during the Christmas holiday. Its load factor for returning travelers reached 95 percent through to Jan. 5.

The Transportation Ministry predicted domestic air passenger numbers of 46.34 million last year, an 18.3 percent jump from the 39.2 million passengers in 2007. It also forecast 3.37 million international passengers in 2008, up 5.64 percent from 3.19 million in 2007. (hwa)

Garuda Indonesia new routes in 2009

Jakarta - Tanjungkarang
Jakarta - Malang
Jakarta - Makassar - Kendari
Jakarta - Makassar - Gorontalo
Jakarta - Makassar - Sorong
Jakarta - Makassar - Ambon
Jakarta - Makassar - Palu
Jakarta - Jambi
Jakarta - Manado - Ternate
Jakarta - Balikpapan - Tarakan
Jakarta - Pangkal Pinang
Denpasar - Lombok
Denpasar - Kupang
Denpasar - Adelaide (Australia)
Denpasar - Hong Kong
Surabaya - Hong Kong
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Old January 3rd, 2009, 07:45 AM   #465
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Garuda set to hatch new flights
The Jakarta Post | Fri, 01/02/2009 8:58 PM | Business

Flag carrier Garuda Indonesia on Wednesday announced it would open 16 new routes this year, comprising 13 domestic and three international routes, as an initial step in its expansion plan
until 2013.

The new routes, to be opened in stages from Jan. 16, will be later supported with 14 new Boeing 737-NG passenger aircraft which are due to arrive mid-2009.

"We need to establish a strong network, especially in the Indonesian region, so we can create new markets for our new planes more easily," Garuda spokesman Pujobroto told The Jakarta
Post on Friday.

Garuda currently operates 54 aircraft, including six new 737-NGs delivered last year.

By 2013, Garuda plans to have 128 planes in its fleet, including 50 new 737-NGs and 10 new 737-300ERs that are currently under construction.

Garuda launched its Yogyakarta - Singapore route on Dec. 16, and its Jakarta - Shanghai - Denpasar - Jakarta route on Dec. 20, to cash in on market opportunities over the holiday season.

Mainly serving domestic routes, Garuda also provides flights to international destinations including Japan, Australia and the Middle East.

Garuda had operated flights to six European cities before the European Commission (EC) in mid-2007 banned all Indonesian aircraft from entering European airspace on safety concerns
following a spate of fatal accidents.

Garuda's new routes for 2009

1. Jakarta - Tanjungkarang (Lampung)
2. Jakarta - Malang (East Java)
3. Jakarta - Makassar - Kendari (Southeast Sulawesi )
4. Jakarta - Makassar - Gorontalo
5. Jakarta - Makassar - Sorong (Papua)
6. Jakarta - Makassar - Ambon (Maluku)
7. Jakarta - Makassar - Palu (Central Sulawesi )
8. Jakarta - Jambi
9. Jakarta - Manado - Ternate (Southeast Maluku )
10. Jakarta - Balikpapan - Tarakan
11. Jakarta - Pangkal Pinang
12. Denpasar - Lombok (West Nusa Tenggara)
13. Denpasar - Kupang (East Nusa Tenggara)
14. Denpasar - Adelaide (Australia)
15. Denpasar - Hong Kong
16. Surabaya - Hong Kong
17. Jakarta - Shanghai (China) - Denpasar - Jakarta (commenced Dec. 20, 2008)
18. Yogyakarta - Singapore (commenced Dec. 16, 2008). (hwa)
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Old January 5th, 2009, 03:28 PM   #466
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Bali int`l airport to be expanded: Vice President

Denpasar, Bali (ANTARA News/Asia Pulse) - Indonesian Vice President Jusuf Kalla said Bali's Ngurah Rai international airport will be expanded under a project to be started in April 2009.

"The expansion project will have to be started not later than April 2009 and the next three months should be used to prepare the tender.

The project should be completed within two years' time," Kalla said after a meeting to discuss preparation for the project here Saturday. "The budget provided for the construction of international terminal may reach Rp1.2 trillion (US$111.6 million)," Kalla said.

The meeting, which took place at Ngurah Rai airport was attended by Transportation Minister Jusman Syafil Djamal and Bali Governor I Made Pangku Pastika.
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Old January 6th, 2009, 01:23 AM   #467
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and they have a plan that Bali will have 2 Airport....
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Old January 8th, 2009, 12:10 PM   #468
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MANDALA OPERATES YOUNGEST FLEET IN 2009

Mandala Airlines has marked the beginning of 2009 with a new milestone – it now flies a single aircraft type across the route network. Starting this month, Mandala Airlines will no longer operate its older generation of Boeing B737-400s on any of its routes. Instead, it will employ only modern Airbus aircraft throughout its fleet to position the airline well during the global economic crisis and make the carrier one of the greenest in Indonesia.

Mandala retired its Boeing B737-200 fleet in early 2008, and phased out its fleet of older generation Boeing B737-400 in late 2008. This makes the carrier the first airline in Indonesia to operate under a single aircraft type. By transforming itself into new-generation airline with a state-of-the-art Airbus fleet, it will be easier for Mandala to respond to cost pressures caused by the global crisis. A single fleet reduces costs as the modern aircraft are more fuel-efficient and can be more easily maintained.



Mandala now operates the youngest fleet in Indonesia, offering customers safety standards set against rigid international benchmarks. The airline took a delivery of more Airbus A319s in September 2008 and added another Airbus A320 in December 2008. These aircraft have made Mandala stronger on its existing routes, and helped open new routes to Jambi, Pontianak, Bengkulu and Pangkal Pinang.

Chief Executive Officer of Mandala Airlines, Warwick Brady, said that Mandala had implemented its vision to be cost-efficient by choosing the single Airbus fleet.

“Modern aircraft engines are not only more efficient, they are also more environmentally friendly. Mandala has contracted Singapore Airlines Engineering Company (SIAEC) to manage the maintenance of our Airbus fleet.”

In 2007, Mandala ordered a brand new Airbus fleet, valued at US$1.8 billion. In 2009, it is operating the youngest aircraft in Indonesia. “We believe that with modern new aircraft, we will be able to continue to provide our excellent on-time performance,” said Brady. This year, Mandala is working on further building its domestic route network and making sure that people are reacquainted with Mandala Airlines. The results of all the changes have been positive – Mandala has seen more than 100% growth in passengers year-on-year.



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Old January 17th, 2009, 03:16 AM   #469
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Garuda says income will grow 30 % with new routes
The Jakarta Post | Fri, 01/16/2009 8:22 PM | Business

National flagship carrier Garuda Indonesia says it expects a 30 percent increase in profits this year with the launch of new domestic and international routes.

Director for commercial affairs Agus Priyanto said in Jakarta on Tuesday that the company projects net profits of Rp 765 billion ($US70 million) this year, up from Rp 589 billion last year.

"This year we will introduce 18 new domestic flight routes and four international ones," he said as quoted by state news agency Antara.

Surabaya-Hong Kong, Denpasar-Hong Kong, Denpasar-Adelaide and Bali-Singapore routes will all be introduced in 2009.

Tanjungkarang-Jakarta, Jakarta-Malang, Jakarta-Ujungpandang-Kendari, Manado-Ternate, Balikpapan-Tarakan, Denpasar-Lombok, Jakarta-Jambi, Jakarta-Bengkulu and Jakarta-Gorontalo routes will be added domestically.

Priyanto said that the new routes will improve the firm's financial performance.

The increase in the number of routes is in line with Garuda`s plan to procure 14 new Boing 737-800 airplanes in 2009.

"At least four new planes are expected to arrive early this year. The remaining ones will arrive in stages. I don`t remember the amount of investment needed for this program. Not all of the
planes are to be purchased, however, some will be leased," he said.

Garuda currently owns 58 airplanes.

Regarding the airline`s plan to increase efficiency, Priyanto said that the company would save on operational costs, especially given the lowering of aircraft fuel (avtur) prices.

"The company will become more efficient in the use of avtur. This will enable airplanes to fly longer with efficient use of fuel," he said. (and
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Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport of Makassar, South Sulawesi

Lion Air B737-900ER from Jakarta....







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Old January 19th, 2009, 02:31 PM   #471
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Wow, Indonesia have more awesome airport.... and aviation too...
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Old January 21st, 2009, 01:31 AM   #472
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Interior: Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport of Makassar























just like in Palembang's Airport

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Old January 21st, 2009, 01:42 AM   #473
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Trip from Palembang's Sultan Mahmud BAdaruddin II International Airport, South Sumatra to Makassar's Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport, South SUlawesi, transit in Jakarta's Soekarno Hatta International Airport

all by Lion Air B737-900ER

In Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II International Airport of Palembang...















Flight: Palembang, South Sumatra - Jakarta - Makassar, South Sulawesi
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Old January 22nd, 2009, 04:45 PM   #474
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good looking of airport! keep going!
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Old January 24th, 2009, 06:41 AM   #476
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Passengers slightly up ahead of 'Imlek'

Nurni Sulaiman and Yuli Tri Suwarni , The Jakarta Post , Balikpapan, Bandung | Sat, 01/24/2009 10:35 AM | Headlines
A predicted mass exodus of vacationers began to materialize in some big cities in the country Friday, three days before Chinese New Year next Monday.

A slight surge in traffic was reported at Sepinggan Airport in Balikpapan, East Kalimantan, and at the railway station and Husein Sastranegara Airport in Bandung, West Java.

However, traffic levels remained normal at airports in Medan, North Sumatra, and Semarang, Central Java. Abdullah Husin, a spokesman for state airport company Angkasa Pura I, which operates Seping gan airport, said that the slight surge in the number of passengers was largely due to an increase in tra velers to Surabaya, Jakarta and Yogyakarta.

"On normal days, the average number of passengers departing and arriving at the airport is 10,000 people, but on Friday that rose to 12,000," Abdullah said.

The volume of travelers was still far less than that during the Idul Fitri and Christmas holidays, he said, adding that no additional flights had been prepared to meet the increased activity.

The Bandung office of state railway company PT Kereta Api added 10 executive coaches to its trains on the day to cope with an increase in passenger numbers.

Bambang Setyo Prayitno, a spokesman for the company, said the number of executive passengers to and from Bandung was up 20 percent from the average of 2,200 passengers per day.

The greatest increase on the day was in the number of passengers to Semarang, Yogyakarta, Solo and Surabaya.

Husein Sastranegara airport reported that it was running at full capacity, compared to 60 to 70 percent of capacity on normal days.

In Semarang, passenger numbers were also normal at the Tawang railway station and Ahmah Yani Airport.
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Garuda offers birthday specials


SYDNEY: To mark its 60th anniversary, Garuda Indonesia is offering special rates to Bali from Darwin, Perth, Sydney and Melbourne – plus a $60 fare, plus taxes, for a companion.

While the offer covers travel over a range of dates from February 2 until November 15 from Darwin, and December 4 from other ports, tickets must be booked and paid for before February 28.

Garuda's senior manager for the region, Poerwoko Soeparyono, says the fares include drinks, meals, entertainment, luggage allowance and a complimentary blanket and pillow on board.

The airline's history has closely followed that of the nation. It began 60 years ago when the Indonesians were still locked in a struggle for independence from the colonial Dutch. Following the first flight on January 26, 1949, the first commercial services during the independence campaign were under the name Indonesian Airways using a DC3 aircraft named Seulawah (Gold Mountain).

Now the carrier has 54 aircraft including three wide-body B-747-400s, six A-330-300s and six B737-800NGs as well as 39 narrow-body Boeing 737s. Its network cover 42 domestic and international destinations.
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North Bali airport confirmed


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DENPASAR, 25 January 2009 - Jakarta Post reports that Bali's Governor Made Mangku Pastika has now confirmed that Bali will move ahead with plans to build a second airport near its northern shore. This announcement came after an order from Indonesia's Vice President Jusuf Kalla decreeing that the expansion of Bali's current airport in Tuban must move ahead and be completed by 2011.

Governor Pastika made the announcement following a meeting with the Bali's Provincial Legislative House of Representatives, telling the press that the plan for a second airport has been endorsed by both the Vice President and the Minister of Culture and Tourism. It is believed that the new airport will be built in the Buleleng Regency.

Those supporting the second airport point to the under-capacity of the Ngurah Rai International Airport and the need to balance development patterns between Bali's North and South. Experts believe that the presence of an airport in Buleleng would stimulate a surge of tourism development along the northern coast which remains economically depressed in comparison to the southern regions of the Island.
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good news to all of you who live in Iran and surroundings

Mahan Air to Launch Bali Flights

http://www.mahan.aero/ddetail.asp?la...tid=102&pid=76
Mahan Air will begin nonstop service between Tehran and Island of Bali in Indonesia, starting 4 February 2009. Mahan will fly the route with its 438-seat Boeing 747-400 aircraft in two-class configuration. The inaugural departure, Flight 5089, will depart Tehran IKA airport at 23:00 on Wednesday 4 February 2009 and arrive in Denpasar airport at 11:55 on Thursday 5 February, a flight lasting approximately 9 hours 25 minutes. The first departure from Bali, Flight 5090, will depart Denpasar at 23:59 on Thursday 5 February 2009 and arrive in Tehran IKA airport at 07:00 on Friday 6 February, a flight lasting approximately 10 hours, 31 minutes. All times are local.
Bali will be the 14th international destination served by Mahan from its Tehran hub. The new service is intending to provide convenient connection to many domestic destinations in Indonesia as well as nonstop services beyond Bali to Australia.
Mahan Air is pleased to provide this terrific new addition to our international portfolio and will offer our local and connecting passengers one of the most beautiful leisure destinations in the world. This thrice weekly service offers immediate onward connections to other Mahan Air destinations in the Middle East and Europe. Bali is the third new destination for Mahan Air in 2008.
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