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Old February 7th, 2009, 08:37 AM   #481
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from wiki: The Garuda (Sanskrit: Garuḍa गरुड, eagle; Pāli Garuḷa) is a large mythical bird or bird-like creature that appears in both Hindu and Buddhist mythology.

link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Garuda
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Garuda Indonesia resumes flights to Hong Kong.




Garuda Indonesia has resumed flights from Surabaya and Bali (Denpasar) to Hong Kong as part of their strategy to increase the number of airports on their route network during 2009.

Flights re commenced this week and the Bali - Hong Kong route is gets four flights a week (Mon, Weds, Fri, Sat) using Boeing 737-800 Next Generation (NG) with a seat capacity for 156 passengers with 12 seats in business class and 144 seats in economy. Meanwhile the Surabaya to HKG services operate three times per week (Tue, Thurs, Sun) again using modern Boeing737-800NG jets with similar seating capacity. On days where no direct flights operate there are flights excellent connections available via Jakarta.

In the past few weeks Garuda Indonesia has inaugurated no less than seven new routes which include the two Hong Kong resumptions, also from Singapore to Yogyakarta, Bali to Shanghai and from Jakarta to Lampung, Kendari and Malang.

Garuda Indonesia currently flies to 24 domestic and 18 international destinations. Its fleet of 56 sophisticated and modern aircraft comprises the B747-400, A330, B737NG and B737 series. The gradual arrival of Garuda Indonesia’s new fleet additions expects to commence in mid 2009 with the arrival of 50 B737-800 Next Generation (NG) and 10 B777-300ERs in 2010.

These certainly are exciting times for this progressive Indonesian airline.

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Old February 9th, 2009, 04:21 PM   #485
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VP says Garuda possibly to resume Europe flights in June

The Hague (ANTARA News) - Visiting Indonesian Vice President Jusuf Kalla said national flag-carrier Garuda Indonesia will possibly resume its flights to Amsterdam, the Netherlands, in June this year.

"We hope Garuda will start flying to Europe again in June this year," Kalla said in a dialog with members of the Indonesian community in the Netherlands here on Monday.

Hearing the good news from the vice president, the audience at the meeting broke into a rapturous applause because Garuda had suspended its flights to Europe, including to Schippol airport in Amsterdam, following a ban imposed by the European Union on Indonesian airline flights in July 2007.

Kalla said, when the the EU flight ban was declared, Garuda was required to make improvements on 60 flight safety points but now the list had shrunk to 10 points.

"It would be good for us to make a self-assessment. The remaining 10 points can be improved in the next two months," the vice president said, adding that Garuda had purchased several new aircraft for the Jakarta-Amsterdam route.

Kalla said aircraft prices had dropped so Garuda could buy several new ones for its Jakarta-Europe services.

Meanwhile, the Indonesian community in the Netherlands expressed hope that the resumption of Garuda flights to Amsterdam would really materialize. (*)
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Garuda expects 30 pct income increase in 2009


Jakarta (ANTARA News) - National flag carrier Garuda Indonesia has set itself an income target of Rp765 billion in 2009, or an increase by 30 percent from that in 2008 which stood at Rp589 billion, a Garuda director said.

"We hope our income next year would increase by 30 percent," Garuda director for commercial affairs, Agus Priyanto said here on Thursday.

He said that in order to achieve the target Garuda would increase the number of its new routes and increase operational efficiency.

In 2008, Garuda set an income target of Rp589 billion but up to September 2008, it only booked an income of Rp369 billion.

"This year we will open 18 new domestic flight routes and four international ones," he said.

The international routes which would be opened in 2009 are Surabaya-Hong Kong, Denpasar-Hong Kong, Denpasar-Adelaide and Bali-Singapore.

The new domestic routes included Tanjungkarang-Jakarta, Jakarta-Malang, Jakarta-Ujungpandang-Kendari, Manado-Ternate, Balikpapan-Tarakan, Denpasar-Lombok, Jakarta-Jambi, Jakarta-Bengkulu and Jakarta-Gorontalo.

Priyanto said that the new route addition would improve the company`s financial performance.

The increase in the number of routes is in line with Garuda`s plan to procure 14 new airplanes of the B737-800 type beginning 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 are leased," he said.

At present, the Indonesian flag carrier owns 58 units of airplanes.

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

"The company will become more efficient in the use of avtur. This would enable airplanes to fly longer with efficient use of fuel," he said. (*)
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Old February 11th, 2009, 10:47 AM   #487
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Tiger to fly to Jakarta
Airline will be second S'pore low-cost carrier, after Valuair, to fly there

TIGER Airways has been given the go-ahead to fly to Jakarta, a destination currently banned to foreign low-cost carriers.
To get around the ban, the budget carrier may have to offer something 'in between' - such as free refreshments, some entertainment on board and assigned seating - so that it is neither 'budget' nor 'full-cost'.

Budget airlines typically sell food on board and do not provide reading materials. Seating is usually also on a first come, first served basis.

Tiger is calling its flights between Singapore and the Indonesian capital, which it hopes will begin by the middle of the year, a 'boutique airline' service.

Details will be announced later, said a spokesman yesterday.

Tiger has also applied for approval to fly to the popular resort island of Bali.

Indonesia banned budget flights to key cities such as Jakarta in 2004, to protect its own fledgling low-cost carriers.

The only Singapore low-cost carrier to fly there now is Valuair, which started operations before the ban kicked in.

A return ticket from Singapore to Jakarta on Valuair and Indonesia's budget carrier Lion Air costs about $270. On national carriers like Garuda Indonesia and Singapore Airlines, a ticket costs some $350 to $500. The Singapore- Jakarta sector is one of the most lucrative out of Changi, second now only to Singapore-Kuala Lumpur, which received a big boost when the sector was liberalised. By December last year, there were 432 flights a week between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, 328 between Singapore and Jakarta, and 303 between Singapore and Bangkok.

Industry watchers see the latest move as a sign of the increasing liberalisation of Asean skies.

The long-term goal for the 10-member association is for Asean-based carriers to criss-cross Asean skies without any restrictions by 2015.

Said Ms Rosalynn Tay, managing director of Tiger Airways Singapore: 'The aviation authorities in Singapore and Indonesia should be congratulated for agreeing to further liberalisation between the two countries.

'By continuing to liberalise the skies, both countries are ensuring that their tourism industries and wider economies get a significant boost from additional low-fare airline capacity - welcome news for the many people who travel between Indonesia and Singapore regularly.'

Travellers are reaping the benefits of fully open skies between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore, now that the decades-long monopoly of national carriers Singapore Airlines and Malaysia Airlines has ended.

A return fare on the 45-minute flight now costs as little as $60 on a budget carrier. Before, the same journey could cost $400 on the national carriers.

The entry of the budget players has also resulted in the national carriers cutting their fares to under $200.

But travellers said they would wait to see how much a 'boutique' flight would cost.

Said Nanyang Technological University communications studies graduate Fiana Santoso, 22, who flies to Jakarta at least once a year: 'The flight is very short, so I can do without food. If it is going to be more expensive than budget airlines, then I'd rather stick with budget airlines.'


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Garuda Indonesia flies the skies alongside China Airlines
Indah Setiawati , The Jakarta Post , Bali | Fri, 02/13/2009 3:59 PM | Business



National flag carrier Garuda Indonesia joined hands with China Airlines Thursday to help expand the airlines' customer base.

Garuda CEO Emirsyah Satar (second left) and China Airlines president Sun Huang-Hsiang exchanged MOUs on the agreed cooperation, signed in Bali on Thursday.

The agreement is in the form of a number of code share agreements, including deals that China Airlines can sell a fixed number of seats for Garuda and a Special Prorata Aggrement (SPA), where Garuda can have a special rate for getting passengers to fly with China Airlines.

Garuda will be entitled to have 90 seats in the China Airlines A330 and B744 flights on the Denpasar-Taipei route and 60 seats for the Jakarta-Taipei route, a double increase on the existing code share agreement.

The state airline will also get an SPA for routes beyond Taipei such as Japan and America, where China Airlines flies. In exchange, China Airlines will also get an SPA for routes between Jakarta and other regions in the country.

"This cooperation is a milestone for Garuda," Emirsyah said.

The companies will also sit together to discuss code share cooperation on routes including Taipei-Singapore-Surabaya, Taipei-Hong Kong-Surabaya and Denpasar-Hong Kong-Taipei.

Agus Priyanto, Garuda executive vice president for sales and marketing, said Garuda booked US$20 million total revenue last year from cooperation agreements with other airlines.

"We hope to book $10 million in revenue this year with the new cooperation with China Airlines."

Sun said the cooperation would benefit both companies, and that it was one of his company's steps to cope with the global economic downturn and its impact on airlines.
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GA eyes cargo sales up 15%

Garuda Indonesia is eyeing a 15 percent revenue increase in its cargo service this year, boosted by its new logistic service, an official says

The national flag carrier's executive vice president for sales and marketing Agus Priyanto said on Wednesday that the new service, dubbed GO Product, will increase Garuda's share in the domestic cargo market.

"We are expecting the new service to add up to $13 million to the company's revenue," said Agus during the launching of GO Product.

This year, Agus said, Garuda's cargo service contributed 5.5 percent or Rp 1 trillion out of a total revenue of Rp 18 trillion ($1.5 billion).

Garuda is expecting to increase its existing cargo capacity by adding new freight aircraft, improving services, packages, and product differentiation. Currently, Garuda had no special freighters for cargo delivery.

"The new service has firm product differentiation. We will no longer deliver goods from point to point. We will provide a door-to-door delivery service.

"We will also provide insurance on the goods. This will increase the added value of the service," said Agus.

Last year, Garuda shipped 210 tons of cargo on domestic routes and 200 tons on international routes.

Agus said that the new service would increase Garuda's market share in the domestic cargo market up to 5.2 percent this year from 4.7 percent last year.

The GO Product cargo service will be fully operational on Mar. 1 for the domestic market.

In the first phase, it will cover 24 domestic destinations from Sukarno-Hatta International Airport. The company will evaluate the first phase before implementing the next one.

"We will focus on catering for domestic demand in 24 destinations for the time being, but after the evaluation of the first phase, we expect that we can cover all of our domestic destinations by the end of this year," Agus said.

The increased revenue will most likely be used to help restructure Garuda's outstanding debts which stand at $400 million. The company previously had outstanding debts of around $700 million.

Garuda CEO Emirsyah Satar confirmed this, saying "The restructuring of the debts is a bit delayed by the global economic crisis, but we're working on it and we expect to finish it this semester."

Emirsyah added that the company is also allocating capital expenditure on the expansion of its fleet and on improving its information technology (IT).

"We have taken over an IT company and invested $5 million," he said. (fmb)
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Garuda Indonesia is eyeing a 15 percent revenue increase in its cargo service this year, boosted by its new logistic service, an official says

The national flag carrier's executive vice president for sales and marketing Agus Priyanto said on Wednesday that the new service, dubbed GO Product, will increase Garuda's share in the domestic cargo market.

"We are expecting the new service to add up to $13 million to the company's revenue," said Agus during the launching of GO Product.

This year, Agus said, Garuda's cargo service contributed 5.5 percent or Rp 1 trillion out of a total revenue of Rp 18 trillion ($1.5 billion).

Garuda is expecting to increase its existing cargo capacity by adding new freight aircraft, improving services, packages, and product differentiation. Currently, Garuda had no special freighters for cargo delivery.

"The new service has firm product differentiation. We will no longer deliver goods from point to point. We will provide a door-to-door delivery service.

"We will also provide insurance on the goods. This will increase the added value of the service," said Agus.

Last year, Garuda shipped 210 tons of cargo on domestic routes and 200 tons on international routes.

Agus said that the new service would increase Garuda's market share in the domestic cargo market up to 5.2 percent this year from 4.7 percent last year.

The GO Product cargo service will be fully operational on Mar. 1 for the domestic market.

In the first phase, it will cover 24 domestic destinations from Sukarno-Hatta International Airport. The company will evaluate the first phase before implementing the next one.

"We will focus on catering for domestic demand in 24 destinations for the time being, but after the evaluation of the first phase, we expect that we can cover all of our domestic destinations by the end of this year," Agus said.

The increased revenue will most likely be used to help restructure Garuda's outstanding debts which stand at $400 million. The company previously had outstanding debts of around $700 million.

Garuda CEO Emirsyah Satar confirmed this, saying "The restructuring of the debts is a bit delayed by the global economic crisis, but we're working on it and we expect to finish it this semester."

Emirsyah added that the company is also allocating capital expenditure on the expansion of its fleet and on improving its information technology (IT).

"We have taken over an IT company and invested $5 million," he said. (fmb)
Garuda Indonesia aiming to earn US$13 mln from cargo services

Jakarta (ANTARA News/Asia Pulse)� - National flag carrier Garuda Indonesia has set itself the target of earning US$13 million from cargo services this year, up 15 per cent from 2008 when the figure was US$11.3 million, its marketing director said.

"We are optimistic the target of US$13 million can be achieved in line with a breakthrough to improve the management of cargo services," Agus Priyanto said after the launch of Garuda cargo services "Go Product" here on Wednesday.

The new cargo services which will be launched in March 2009 offer the delivery of goods from Soekarno-Hatta airport to other 24 airports in the country, he said.
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National airport operator to increase services tax
The Jakarta Post , Jakarta | Sun, 02/22/2009 9:41 AM | National

State-owned airport operator Angkasa Pura II has officially announced on Sunday that it would be increasing all services tariffs by 20 to 30 percent across the country.

"The increase isn't for individual passenger services like luggage, passport and fiskal," Angkasa Pura II spokesman Trisno Heryadi said, as quoted by kompas.com.

He said the increased funds would be allocated to renovate and improve various airport facilities like washrooms, air conditioning, electricity and security.

Heryadi explained that under the new arrangement, the airport tax for domestic and international travellers at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport would be Rp 40,000 and Rp 150,000 respectively.

"It's not a new tax altogether, but rather a new fee," Heryadi said, adding that the tariff increase would be part of airport tax fee.

He argued that among the factors behind the increase was the fact that the airports services were exhausted beyond capacity.

"The overstretch has led to an outstretch of airport capacity in serving passengers," Heryadi remarked.

At Soekarno-Hatta, he added, over 34 million passengers were served annually, well beyond the carrying capacity of 18 million travellers. (amr)
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Passenger Numbers To Increase: Mandala


Private carrier PT Mandala Airlines is estimating increased passenger loads during the six months starting in April despite the current global economic downturn, its chief executive said on Friday.

“We’re hoping to see passenger loads up by 10 percent from April to September,” Warwick Brady, Mandala’s chief executive officer, said.

Brady said the increase would be attributed in part to a rise in travel in connection with the election season.

The nation is set to hold legislative elections on April 9, followed by presidential elections on July 9. The presidential polls could also go into a second round to be held at a later date.

Mandala’s fleet of Airbus aircraft serves about 20 destinations across the archipelago and, along with state-owned flag carrier Garuda Indonesia, it is currently is one of the few Indonesian airlines to have received a top government rating for security and flight safety.

Brady said that in order to lock up Mandala’s share of the domestic market, the airline was making safety its top priority and sending its aircraft to Singapore for maintainence.

He said that the decision to maintain Mandala’s fleet in Singpore rather than domestically was intended “to benchmark the airline’s safety against the world’s leading airlines.”

Most other Indonesian carriers maintain, repair and overhaul their planes in the country at the Garuda Maintenance Facility, which operates as a subsidiary of Garuda Indonesia.

The country’s airline industry grew rapidly after 1998 in the wake of reforms, but lax safety measures and enforcement have led to a string of accidents, as well as a European Union ban on Indonesian commercial aircraft flying in European airspace.

An EU team is expected to visit Indonesia next week to determine whether to lift the ban.
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Update of Jakarta's New Terminal 3,could be in operational in Late March:
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I did not see a tunnel to the plane.... Is it the new terminal use it ?
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the plane is not using the terminal..the terminal hasn't been opened yet..probably late next month it will open
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the plane is not using the terminal..the terminal hasn't been opened yet..probably late next month it will open
I means : is the new terminal will use the tunnel to the plane when they open on late March, cause i dont see the plan from this airport to use the tunnel.

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Looks like there won't be any aerobridges, means it'll probably accommodate low cost carriers.

Does anyone know if this will be for domestic or international usage?
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according the wikipedia site, it will be used by lcc's and eventually the a380s.
So, i guess airbridges will be installed in the future?
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Those are only the 1st pier of 6 piers that will get constructed in Terminal 3

The 1st pier will be used by Air Asia Indonesia and Mandala when finished.

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