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Old May 1st, 2009, 03:10 PM   #521
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Once completed Terminal 3 will have 5 piers and connected directly to Terminal 2 pier F


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RI & Aussie Reopens Denpasar-Darwin Flight Route


JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com - The Ministry of State Enterprises and the Northern Territory of Australia have set up a technical team in charge of reopening the Garuda flight route from Denpasar (Bali) to Darwin. "The technical team will discuss the various decisions both sides will take," Minister for State Enterprises Sofyan Djalil said here on Friday.

The national flag carrier, Garuda Indonesia, shut its Denpasar-Darwin flight route on April 22, 2009 on the ground that its load factor was too small. Garuda had served the route since 1980 but it was considered not profitable because the number of passengers was small and Garuda served the route only twice a week.

It was reported earlier that Northern Territory’s Minister for Asian Relations Christopher Bruce Burns had offered a marketing fund support cooperation for Garuda in Darwin to the Indonesian government. The offer was part of the serious efforts being made by the Northern Territory to maintain Garuda flights to Darwin.

"I will do anything to make Garuda return to Darwin," he said in a press statement on Garuda’s decision to close its Denpasar-Darwin route as of April 22, 2009. Burns had talked to State Enterprises Minister Sofyan Djalil, Indonesian Consul in Darwin Harbangan Napitupulu, and Garuda Indonesia General Manager in Darwin Syahrul Tahir.

He had also sent a letter to Garuda President Director Emirsyah Satar. The NT minister said Garuda had contributed significantly to the good relations between Darwin and Indonesia, and the Northern Territory government was doing everything possible to enable Garuda to continue its route to Darwin.

The Indonesian tourism and culture ministry’s foreign affairs director, I Gde Pitana also, regretted Garuda’s decision to close the Darwin-Denpasar route following the global economic crisis. According to him, it could be counterproductive for Indonesia’s efforts to attract 480,000 Australian tourists this year.
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PT (Persero) Garuda Indonesia is the national airline of Indonesia. It is named after the mythical bird Garuda. In Indian Vedic tradition, Garuda is the carrier of the Hindu god Vishnu; a representation of Garuda appears in the coat of arms of Indonesia. The airline is based in Jakarta at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, with hubs at Ngurah Rai International Airport, Bali, Juanda International Airport, Surabaya, Polonia International Airport, Medan, Sepinggan International Airport, Balikpapan, and Singapore Changi Airport, Singapore.[citation needed] The airline flies to a number of destinations in South-East,East Asia, the Middle East and Australia. It also previously flew to several destinations in Europe and North America. However, as of June 2008, Garuda, along with all Indonesian airlines, is banned from flying to the EU[1]. Garuda Indonesia is listed as a 3-star airline by Skytrax, and is also listed among Skytrax's Quality Approved Airlines.[2] It is wholly owned by the Indonesian Government and employs 6,285 staff (as of March 2007).

History

Garuda Indonesia had its beginnings in the Indonesian war of independence against the Dutch in the late 1940s, when Garuda flew special transports with Douglas DC-3 aircraft. 26 January 1949 is generally recognized as the airline's founding date, at which time the airline was known as "Garuda Indonesian Airways." The first aircraft was a DC-3 known as Seulawah (Acehnese: "Gold Mountain") and was purchased for a sum of 120,000 Malayan dollars, which was provided by the Acehnese people (notably local merchants).[citation needed] During the revolution, the airline supported Indonesian interests, such as carrying Indonesian leaders for diplomatic missions.

The government of Burma helped the airline significantly during the airline's beginnings. Accordingly, upon Garuda's formal joint incorporation with KLM on 31 March 1950, the airline presented the Burmese government with a DC-3. By 1953, the airline had 46 aircraft, although by 1955 its Catalina fleet had been retired. In 1956, Garuda made its first pilgrim flight to the city of Mecca.

The 1960s were times of growth for the airline; the fleet in 1960 included eight Convair 240s, eight Convair 340s, and three Convair 440s. In 1961 and late 1965, three Convair 990 jet aircraft and three Lockheed L-188 Electras were introduced, and a route was opened to Kai Tak International Airport in Hong Kong. After concentrating on domestic and regional services, the first flights to Europe were added on 28 September 1963, to Amsterdam and Frankfurt. In 1965, flights to Europe were expanded to include Rome and Paris via Bombay and Cairo, with the exclusive use of Convair 990 aircraft. That year, flights to China started, with Garuda flying to Canton via Phnom Penh. Also in 1965, the jet age arrived for Garuda, with a Douglas DC-8 that flew to Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam.
Garuda Indonesia Boeing 747-400 at Narita International Airport near Tokyo

The 1970s saw McDonnell Douglas DC-9 and Fokker F28 jets introduced, and at one point Garuda owned 36 Fokker jets, making Garuda the world's largest operator of F28s at that time. In the 1980s, Garuda introduced Airbus equipment such as the Airbus A300, as well as Boeing 737s, Boeing 747s, and McDonnell Douglas MD-11s.

The East Asian Economic Crisis of 1998 hit Indonesia and Garuda hard, resulting in severe cutbacks on unprofitable routes. Despite once having a comprehensive worldwide route network, Garuda currently operates no flights to Europe or North America. Largely due to historical links with the Netherlands, Garuda continued to operate flights to Amsterdam after the initial cutbacks, although these flights were also discontinued from 28 Oct 2004. The situation was exacerbated by the September 11 terrorist attacks, the Bali bombings, the 2004 Boxing Day tsunami and the SARS scare, all of which contributed to a downturn in air travel and Indonesian tourism. However, the airline has recovered favorably from its economic problems and seems to be in good economic shape entering the middle 2000s.[citation needed]

In 2001, a low-cost airline subsidiary, CitiLink, was established to provide shuttle services between Indonesian cities.

Garuda may expand its route map again before the end of the decade, possibly after the scheduled completion of the new Medan airport, Kuala Namu International Airport, in 2009. This could include routes to major European hubs such as Paris, London, and Frankfurt, pending clearance by the European Union.

In June 2007, the EU banned Garuda Indonesia, along with all other Indonesian airlines, from flying into any European countries. This was despite spot checks conducted by South Korea, Saudi Arabia, Japan, Australia and the United States on Garuda Indonesia that yielded satisfactory results. With the support of the international aviation industry for all Indonesian airlines, the EU promised to review its ban and sent experts to Indonesia to consider lifting the ban. In August 2007, the transportation minister of Indonesia announced that the EU would lift its ban hopefully somewhere in October, stating that the ban was attributed to communication breakdown between the two parties and that discussion was in the progress. In November 2007, Garuda announced its intention to fly to Amsterdam from Jakarta and Denpasar on the condition that the European Union lifted the ban on the airline. Airbus A330s and Boeing 777s are aircraft that could be used on these revitalised routes.[3] On November 28, 2007, the EU refused to lift its ban on Garuda flying to all European countries, despite lifting a ban on both Pakistan International Airlines and Blue Wing Airlines from Surinam. It announced the safety reforms already undertaken were a step in the right direction for the EU to consider lifting the ban, but still did not satisfy the EU's aviation safety standards.[4]

In July 2007, the Deputy of Marketing, Ministry of Culture and Tourism of Indonesia announced that Garuda Indonesia had plans to start service to India, although the date has not been determined.[5]


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Boeing, Garuda Indonesia Announce 777 Order

SINGAPORE, Feb. 19, 2008 -- The Boeing Company [NYSE: BA] and Jakarta-based Garuda Indonesia today announced at the Singapore Air Show that the airline has ordered four 777-300ER (Extended Range) airplanes. The order is valued at more than $1 billion at current list prices.

Additionally, Garuda confirmed a previous unidentified order for seven Next-Generation 737-800s placed in 2007, and announced that it has converted 18 of its existing 737-700s on order to 737-800s and six 777-200ERs on order to 777-300ERs. Garuda originally placed an order for six 777-200ERs in 1996 and 18 737-700s in 1999, which were recorded on Boeing's order books.

With today's announcement, the airline's total order now stands at 25 737-800s and 10 777-300ERs jetliners. Additionally, Garuda acquired purchase rights for an additional 25 737-800s and 10 777-300ERs.
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EU BAN IS COSTING US MILLIONS, SAYS GARUDA
14 April, 2009


JAKARTA –Garuda Indonesia claims to be losing US$9 million a year as a result of the European Union's (EU) blacklist of Indonesian aviation.

Quoted in Bali Update (www.balidiscovery.com) Emirsyah Satar, CEO of Garuda, says that his airline has lost "between US$750,000 and US$1.5 a month" since the ban was introduced in July 2007.

Although Garuda does not fly to Europe, the ban is impacting negatively on Indonesian domestic flights which can't be sold or booked by many European travel agents and the inability of Garuda to enter into code-sharing agreements with European carriers while the blacklisting remains in place.

Indonesia is hopeful that the recent passage of a new aviation law and the appointment of a new director general of Civil Aviation will pave the way for a possible lifting of the aviation ban in June 2009.

In the latest move to clean up its aviation sector, Indonesia will shut down all airlines that do not have at least 10 planes by 2012, a Transportation Ministry official says.

The new regulation is part of efforts to improve the country's safety record following a string of deadly accidents including a Garuda Indonesia plane crash at Yogyakarta airport in March 2007 that killed 21 people, including five Australians.
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Garuda to Reduce Frequency between Bangkok and Jakarta


Garuda Indonesia is to launch reduced and rescheduled flights between Bangkok and Jakarta from 16 May.

The new thrice-weekly daytime flights will replace overnight fligthts, which operated seven nights a week.

The new service will now operate from Bangkok and Jakarta every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday using Boeing 737 aircraft.

Flight GA867 will depart from Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport at 15.10 and arrive at Soekarno-Hatta Airport in Jakarta at 18.35 local time.

The return service, GA866, will take off at 10.30 and arrive in Bangkok at 14.00.

Bambang Sunan, General Manager for Thailand, Myanmar, Laos & Cambodia, Garuda Indonesia, said, “The change in schedule is due to an increase in passenger demand for daytime flights into Jakarta. It also allows passengers to make easy onward connections to other regional cities or domestic destinations.”

The three-hour flight to Jakarta from Bangkok can accommodate a total of 96 passengers in a two class configuration – 12 passengers in Executive Class and 84 in Economy.

Earlier this year, Garuda Indonesia announced the launch of 18 domestic and regional routes including Jakarta-Lampung, Jakarta-Malang, Jakarta-Kendari, Jakarta-Kupang, Jakarta-Jambi, Denpasar- Mataram, Shanghai-Denpasar, Surabaya-Hong Kong and Denpasar-Hong Kong.

In July, Garuda Indonesia will also operate Jakarta – Sydney and Jakarta – Melbourne services as well as Denpasar – Brisbane in November.
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Lion Air to refurbish Juanda airport's old terminal


Lion Airlines will invest Rp 300 billion (US$28.86 million) to develop facilities at the old terminal of Juanda Airport in Surabaya, East Java, which is owned by the Navy.

The strategy aims to expand the airline's market in eastern Indonesia, and boost maintenance efficiency.

Lion Air and the Navy signed Wednesday a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to rent part of the old terminal of some 100,000 square meters (sqm).

Lion Air president director, Rusdi Kirana, said aviation facilities to be developed included hangars, runways, a maintenance center and special gates for Lion Air passengers.

"If the infrastructure development can be done in 12 months, we will open flights connecting Surabaya with Hong Kong and Kuala Lumpur," he said.

"We will build the maintenance center in an effort to reduce our fleet maintenance costs currently carried out in Jakarta and Singapore."

Navy chief of staff, Adm. Tedjo Edhy Purdijatno, said the cooperation was an effort to optimize the utilization of Navy assets which became idle after the new Juanda International Airport started operation on Nov. 15, 2006.

Juanda Airport was opened on Feb. 7, 1964 as a naval air station which also served civilian flights.

As civilian flights grew, the airport management was handed over by the then defense and security ministry to the transportation ministry which in turn handed the management over to state airport operator PT Angkasa Pura I on Jan. 1, 1985.

The new terminal is on the north side of the old terminal owned by the navy. The new terminal has a total area of 51,500 sqm, twice the size of the old terminal at 28,088 sqm.

The airport has a 3,000-meter runway.

Lion Air director for general affairs Edward Sirait told The Jakarta Post Thursday the airline was anticipating the possibility of growth in traffic such that the present terminal would not be able to accommodate all their airplanes at one time.

"This will cause inefficiencies as long queues to get a parking spot means burning more fuel," he said.

"That is why we are preparing the old terminal as an alternative for us."

Edward said cooperation with the Navy would provide a dedicated terminal for Lion Air in due time without preventing other interested airlines from sharing the facility. "We are also studying new routes linking Surabaya with cities in eastern Indonesia."
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11 May 2009
GARUDA INDONESIA CARRIES OUT AIRLINE PREPAREDNESS PLAN TO ANTICIPATE SPREAD OF A INFLUENZA (H1N1) - SWINE FLU
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To prevent the spread of the A Influenza (H1N1) - Swine Flu in Indonesia, Garuda Indonesia has taken several anticipatory measures and consulted with various airport authorities in Indonesia and in countries served by Garuda Indonesia for the handling of passengers suspected of having been infected by the virus.

Garuda Indonesia also initiates all its air crew and ground staff to be on the alert for passengers with signs of the virus' symptoms during check-in and boarding, and to carry out the necessary procedures.

Preventive action was also taken on board. Garuda Indonesia's fleet is equipped with a 'High Efficiency Particulate' air filter known as 'TRUE HEPA'. This technology, one of the finest today, is capable of filtering up to 0,001 micron particles and producing 99,99 percent particle-free air quality inside the aircraft. In addition, the airline also disinfects the cabin interior of all its aircraft that fly to and from high risk regions. Garuda Indonesia also provides set of Mask and Hand Rubber Glove in-flight for all regional and international sectors.

In addition to reviewing passengers health clearance mechanism and procedures as well as implementing the Airlines Preparedness Plan as recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO) and International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), Garuda Indonesia also continuously monitors the virus' progress; the spread of infected regions as well as alerts and danger levels.

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Garuda books net profit of Rp. 669 billion in 2008
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Despite the current global economic crisis, in 2008 Garuda Indonesia managed to book a net profit of Rp. 669 billion. The Company achievement resulted from the improvement measures and programs which covered commercial, operational, and financial aspects, employee productivity enhancement as well as the efficiency program.

Thanks to programs carried out in the commercial aspect, which included service improvement, Garuda Indonesia succeeded in raising the passenger volume by 9%, from 9,2 million passengers in 2007 to 10,1 million in 2008. The airline's ASK (availability seat kilometer/ASK) also increased from 18,1 million seat kilometer in 2007 to 20,1 million seat kilometer in 2008, an increase of 11%.

Garuda Indonesia's operating revenue also experienced a significant increase of 37%, from 14,2 trillion in 2007, to 19,4 trillion in 2008.

In addition to production, other areas also showed positive improvements as a result of the introduction of an efficiency program (fuel conservation program, electronic procurement, system and procedure improvement, etc.) and enhanced employee productivity. Garuda Indonesia has also introduced a new corporate culture "FLY HI" (with the values: efficient & effective, loyalty, customer centricity, honesty & openness, and integrity) and a system of meritocracy in which employees are given the opportunity to develop their skills and potentials and the Company's appreciation and remuneration are given according to the employee's contributions to the Company.

Meanwhile, in 2008 Garuda Indonesia was presented with a number of awards and accolades as recognition of its outstanding performance, among others: Call Center Award (the Marketing an Care Center for Customer Satisfaction Magazine), Indonesia's Most Admired Companies/IMAC (the Frontier Consulting and Business Week Magazine), Indonesia Best Brand Award (IBBA (MARS Research Institute and SWA Magazine), e-Company Award (Warta Ekonomi Magazine), Indonesia Customer Satisfaction Award/ICSA (SWA Magazine and Frontiers Consulting), Best Service Excellence Award (Mark Plus), Perusahaan Idaman Award (Warta Ekonomi Magazine), as well as winning 4 categories in the Angkasa Award, namely Airline if the Year, the Most Favorite Airline, The Best OTP, and the Best Service.
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I find it cool that the national airline of Indonesia is named after a Hindu god's charriot...Are there a lot of Hindus in Indonesia?
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I find it cool that the national airline of Indonesia is named after a Hindu god's charriot...Are there a lot of Hindus in Indonesia?
yes, despite indonesia is known as the largest moslem country in the world, it has some parts in the country which predominate by other religious beliefs. The island of Bali is predominate by Hindus.
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Budget airline to offer Bali service

Indonesia AirAsia - an offshoot of Asia's biggest low-cost airline AirAsia - has said it will serve the regular flights between Bali and Darwin abandoned by Garuda Indonesia last month.

The new service will open up the door for cut-price travel for Territorians to Kuala Lumpur, and from there to the UK, Middle East, India and China.

IAA chief executive Dharmadi said his company would begin a thrice-weekly flight service between Denpasar and Darwin before the end of the year and the flights would be serviced by an Airbus A320 aircraft.

"The potential of the Darwin-Bali route is less than rewarding, but we are convinced a market can be created," he said.

The Malaysian-based long-haul flier first extended its services to Australia in 2007.

But Darwin was left off the destination list.

The new move to fly to the Top End comes after Garuda Indonesia scrapped its Darwin to Denpasar flights after nearly 30 years of flying to the NT - and just months after Territory-based airline Airnorth also stopped flying the route on January 31.

Both said they pulled out because of a decreasing number of passengers.

Australian budget airline Jetstar is the only company now offering the service.

Mr Dharmadi said IAA received an invitation from the Indonesian Department of Transportation to replace Garuda's old traffic rights.

He said the IAA already held an Australian operational certificate and met the requirements of the Civil Aviation Safety Authority.
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New planes prompt Garuda to expand Aussie routes

Garuda Indonesia announced earlier this week that it would expand its Australian network following the delivery of its four new Airbus 330-220 aircraft.

New three-weekly Jakarta services to Sydney and Melbourne will commence from 1 August 2009.

Subsequently, Garuda will offer a daily service between Indonesia and Sydney, Melbourne, and a double daily service from Perth to Bali and four-weekly direct flights to Jakarta.

The new flights are a part of Garuda’s policy to introduce more non-stop flights to Indonesia according to Poerwoko Soeparyono, Senior General Manager Australia & Southwest Pacific.

He added that it will give Australian passengers easier access to Bali.

“We are also hoping that the new service will encourage Australian holiday makers to venture a bit further than Bali and explore some of the other amazing destinations that Indonesia has to offer”
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So Garuda Indonesia will affectively launch;

CSK - SYD - MEL x3 weekly (new service)
DPS - SYD - MEL daily - upgraded to daily flights?
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So Garuda Indonesia will affectively launch;

CSK - SYD - MEL x3 weekly (new service)
DPS - SYD - MEL daily - upgraded to daily flights?
CGK - SYD 3/wk
CGK - MEL 3/wk
DPS - SYD 7/wk
DPS - MEL 7/wk
DPS - PER 14/wk
CGK - PER will be re route to CGK - DPS - PER
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