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Old January 26th, 2010, 07:12 PM   #821
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a B747 at Jakarta Int'l airport



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Old January 31st, 2010, 07:32 AM   #822
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Old January 31st, 2010, 04:16 PM   #823
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Underconstruction: Kuala Namu International Airport (the 2nd airport, new airport) of Medan, North Sumatra

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Old February 1st, 2010, 01:28 AM   #824
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Yogyakarta airport set to expand to meet demand
The Jakarta Post , Jakarta | Sun, 01/31/2010 4:30 PM | Business

Adisutjipto International Airport in Yogyakarta will be developed to more than double its current size, to meet an increasing number of air passengers flying to and from the royal city.

Halendra, the operational manager of airport operator PT Angkasa Pura I, said the expanded airport would cover an area of 18,000 square meters, as compared to the current 8,000 square meters.

“Adisutjipto airport's development and expansion is being carried out to meet increasing air traffic, both domestic and international, to and from Yogyakarta,” Halendra said as quoted by Kompas.com.

After the 2006 earthquake, the airport was renovated to a new capacity of 1 million passengers per year. Since the renovation, however, passenger numbers increased rapidly to 2.8 million in 2008 and 3.2 million in 2009.

“We have several contractors that have submitted designs, and we are currently working on the tender process, which normally takes about 45 days,” Halendra said.
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Old February 1st, 2010, 05:16 PM   #825
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Flying Higher Than Most

Defying global business trends is not easy. It requires courage, planning and execution. Most of all it requires a belief in free markets and liberalization.

That several Indonesian airlines are bucking global trends, posting profits while the global aviation industry is sweating blood, is proof that the country’s decision to open up the aviation industry some years ago was the right one.

For years national carrier Garuda was posting heavy losses and requiring subsidies from the government. Its in-flight services were below industry standards and its aircraft dated. But now, Garuda has announced Rp 1 trillion ($107 million) in net profit, 34 percent higher than the previous year. The flag carrier is also currently using the latest aircraft and its safety standards are in line with industry standards.

Other carriers are also following suit. Lion Air, Mandala and Sriwijaya Air are reporting profits too, although they have not so far provided details and figures to support their claims.

As a result of the opening of the aviation sector, more Indonesians now fly. In an archipelagic country the size of Indonesia, the importance of air links cannot be overemphasized.

The sector here is one of the fastest growing in the world as a consequence. Air fares have come down significantly and consumers have more choice. This is a win-win situation for both parties.

For the aviation industry to keep growing, two important developments must take place. Safety standards must continue to be raised, with tighter maintenance controls.

Not only should the safety aspects of aviation be tightly regulated but those rules should also be firmly and comprehensively enforced. Nothing will bring the industry crashing down more quickly than a few air disasters.

Every airline should always strive to enhance the quality of its manpower and, whenever possible, that of its fleet.

The country has already seen the impact a string of air disasters can have on the industry. A blanket ban on Indonesian airlines flying in European airspace was put in place in 2007.

So far the ban has only been lifted on a handful of carriers, allowing them to fly to Europe once again. The ban failed to inflict serious direct losses, but it did manage to drag down Indonesia’s image as a safe destination to visit.

But air safety alone will not be able to improve Indonesia’s chances in competing with neighboring nations in drawing business and tourists. A host of other factors need to be seriously addressed, key among them is infrastructure.

New airports must be built and older ones expanded and modernized. They must be equipped with more up-to-date technology. The country should also make the most of a 2008 law that opened the management of airports in the country to the private sector.

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Old February 2nd, 2010, 07:16 AM   #826
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lol ! No Cake.. No Party.. No Music.. No Dancing.. etc, Silent here guys

I wish that Garuda's could upgrade their quality, fleets, front-line product and service standards, immediatly

Anyway thanks for yre pictures, Nice
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lol ! No Cake.. No Party.. No Music.. No Dancing.. etc, Silent here guys

I wish that Garuda's could upgrade their quality, fleets, front-line product and service standards, immediatly

Anyway thanks for yre pictures, Nice
What do you mean? they're upgrading already

They will also introduce first class in their 77W, with only 4 seats.

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AirAsia aiming for Indonesia next

Wednesday, 27 January 2010


KUALA LUMPUR - After India, it’s hello Indonesia.

Fresh from announcing AirAsia’s foray to India yesterday, Tony Fernandes is now setting his sights on the sprawling Indonesian archipelago.

“ Indonesia has vast tourism potential,” said the budget carrier’s maverick boss.

“ There can always be a flight to Indonesian routes. The country has many natural and historical attractions.”

Think Bandung and Medan

Bali may be the main attraction but other Indonesian gems are waiting to be discovered.

“Bandung is catching up fast. So are Medan and Surabaya,” said Fernandes. And just like India, there are more than economic reasons that tie Malaysia to Indonesia. “AirAsia is just scratching the surface. There is a lot more to unearth.”

He said one of his goals is to have a direct flight from Medan to India and making the Sumatran city the hub for AirAsia in Indonesia. “We are as much Indonesian as we are Malaysian.

Bullish

“ I am very bullish about the prospects for the Indonesian routes. It would be wonderful if we could dominate the Asian niche, especially now that we have flights to China and are set to fly to India.”

AirAsia yesterday announced that the Penang-Chennai route on April 28 would mark its entry into the Indian subcontinent.

This would be followed by the Kuala Lumpur-Chennai route from May 17. It will also fly to Bangalore and Mumbai in May, and to Hyderabad in July and Delhi in August

Fernandes said he has set a target of two million passengers annually for the India market.

The carrier has waethered the worst of the global economic storm and its outlook is brighter from hereon, he said.

“In fact we are hiring more people when others are terminating their staff.”

Talking India

Indian authorities have allowed Air Asia to offer 10,402 seats per direction per week for the time being and Fernandes is confident the passenger volume would grow further.

“India is a burgeoning market just like China. It has one of the highest populations in Asia and is said to be one of the economic giants.

“The potential for growth is immense. Besides the economy, many Malaysians have a religious or family ties with India.”

By May 2008, the airline had flown 55 million cumulative passengers. AirAsia is currently the largest single customer for the Airbus A320[/QUOTE]
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Old February 2nd, 2010, 02:31 PM   #829
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Air Asia Indonesia already have 10 Airbus A320 and 5 Boeing 733 based in Jakarta, Bandung and Bali.

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jadi seperti ini? lebih mirip mall
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Old February 3rd, 2010, 02:03 AM   #831
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You're absolutely correct Sir

I mean GA's could doing the same things between their aboard and domestic flights, so far as i knew that GA's just improved their service and product in their Int'l routes only
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Old February 3rd, 2010, 09:37 AM   #832
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Does Garuda Indonesia have any 747-400 i their new c/s? Or are they intending to retire their 747 fleet?
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They intends to retire those 744 after ten 77W arrives. CMIIW.

for the 744 with the new C/S here is

http://www.airliners.net/photo/Garud...a25d911b770320

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Old February 4th, 2010, 05:57 AM   #834
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thats is the phase 1, if already complete, will continue to next phase until being like this:
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Korean Air, Garuda Indonesia To Increase Joint Operations

SEOUL, Feb 5 (Bernama) -- Korean Air Lines Co., South Korea's largest airline said on Friday that it will increase joint operations with Garuda Indonesia, an Indonesian airliner, on the Incheon-Jakarta route starting next week, Yonhap news agency reported.

Korean Air, which has been offering seven trips a week between South Korea's main gateway and the Indonesian capital on a code-sharing basis with the Indonesian carrier, will expand the service to 10 trips a week.

The two airliners currently operate code-shared flights 10 times a week between Incheon and the Indonesian resort island of Bali.

Code sharing allows one carrier to sell its tickets on the other's flights in order to boost revenue by increasing passenger numbers and destinations.

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I do really want to see Garuda 77W at Amsterdam Schiphol next year but first their A330-200 this year in June!
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Garuda plans to develop secondary hubs, adds more routes

Novan Iman Santosa , The Jakarta Post , Singapore | Fri, 02/05/2010 11:21 AM | Business

Indonesian flag carrier Garuda Indonesia plans to develop secondary hubs in Indonesian major cities in addition to its major hubs in Jakarta and Denpasar as part of its Quantum Leap program.

The secondary hubs would include cities such as Balikpapan in East Kalimantan, Medan in North Sumatra, Surabaya in East Java and Makassar in South Sulawesi, Garuda’s president director Emirsyah Satar said Wednesday.

Speaking at the Singapore Airshow in Changi, he said the secondary hubs were to generate local or feeder traffic as part of Garuda’s efforts to expand new routes to strengthen its domestic network.

Other efforts include feeds to and from international routes, and domestic hub by-pass routes for mature markets, such as the Medan-Surabaya route, without stopping over in Jakarta.

“We also plan to develop flights from all provincial capitals to Jakarta,” he told reporters.

Garuda is aiming to increase the frequency of flights covering existing high density networks.

Emirsyah said the Indonesian domestic market still had room to grow in the world’s largest archipelago with some 230 million people.

“The domestic market is about 40 million passengers so there is still plenty of room to grow,” he said.

“Especially now that we have regional autonomy in which each region has more freedom to handle its own affairs.”

Garuda recorded 1,333 departures per week in 2008 and aims for 2,702 departures per week by 2014.

On international routes, Garuda had 338 departures in 2008 and plans for 1,222 per week in 2014.

Emirsyah said the airline plans to expand routes to include Hong Kong, India and ASEAN countries as well as opening European and American routes.

Garuda will fly to Amsterdam as of June 1 with other cities being considered, including Frankfurt, London and Paris as well as Los Angeles.

Emirsyah said Garuda would still focus on the Asia Pacific region saying it was where the economic activities were taking place nowadays.

Emirsyah also said Garuda was pursuing full membership of global airline alliance arrangements.

“We have support from KLM and Korean Air for membership of the SkyTeam alliance,” he said.

Garuda also aims to increase its fleet of aircraft from 54 in 2008 to 116 by 2014.

The airline will use Boeing 737-800 New Generation for domestic and regional routes, Airbus 330-200/300 for medium-haul and Boeing 777-300 ER aircraft for long haul routes.


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Korean Air, Garuda Indonesia to increase joint operations
Friday, February 5, 2010 15:56 WIB | Economic & Business

Seoul (ANTARA News/Yonhap) -- Korean Air Lines Co., South Korea`s largest airline, said Friday it would increase joint operations with Garuda Indonesia, an Indonesian airliner, on the Incheon-Jakarta route starting next week.

Korean Air, which has been offering seven trips a week between South Korea`s main gateway and the Indonesian capital on a code-sharing basis with the Indonesian carrier, will expand the service to 10 trips a week.

The two airliners currently operate code-shared flights 10 times a week between Incheon and the Indonesian resort island of Bali.

Code sharing allows one carrier to sell its tickets on the other`s flights in order to boost revenue by increasing passenger numbers and destinations.
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Dirgantara Indonesia posts Rp117.08 billion profit in 2009
Tuesday, February 9, 2010 04:32 WIB | Economic & Business

Jakarta (ANTARA News) - Aircraft maker PT Dirgantara Indonesia started to post a profit of Rp117.08 billion in 2009 after losing Rp84.34 billion in 2008, its president director, Budi Santoso, said.

"Starting last year we have been predicting we will book a profit," he said at a hearing with House Commission VI here on Monday.

Budi said the net profit came following a hike in sales reaching Rp771.63 billion in 2009.
"We are predicting this year`s sales will pass Rp1.293 trillion," he said.

In 2010 the aircraft manufacturer allocates Rp225.11 billion in capital expenditures, up from Rp7.3 billion in 2009.

Its operating expenditures meanwhile are set at reaching Rp1.63 trillion up from Rp889.7 billion before.

The company obtains new contracts to build a plane and plane components worth Rp1.7 trillion this year.

He said the Rp1.5 trillion of the contracts is from last year`s.

"Last year PT DI won a contract to build three units of CN 235-220 patrol ship configurations from the navy," he said.

In all, he said, total sales in 2010 are projected at reaching Rp1.29 trillion up from earlier projections of Rp771 billion.

He said however that the company still had long-term debts to pay totaling Rp2.5 trillion, up from earlier projection of Rp1.79 trillion.

He said PT Di is now entering a restructuring phase after being declared bankrupt in 2007.(*)
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Garuda Indonesia To Take Delivery Of 23 Boeing 737-800NGS And One A330-200 In 2010
New aircraft fleet to support carrier’s regional and domestic expansion

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(Singapore, 3 February 2010): Indonesia's national airline, Garuda Indonesia, will receive 23 Boeing 737-800 Next Generation and one A330-200 aircraft this year, confirming the rapid expansion of its fleet as part of its five-year ‘Quantum Leap' transformation strategy. These 24 aircraft comprise nearly half of the 50 Boeing 737-800NGs that the carrier currently has on firm order.

The aircraft will feature Garuda Indonesia's new signature interior, with individual touch-screen LCD TVs throughout Executive and Economy Classes with Video on Demand (VOD) entertainment systems offering 25 feature films and 25 audio tracks.

"We're planning to add 10 domestic routes this year, increase frequencies on regional services including Singapore and Hong Kong," said Emirsyah Satar, President and CEO, Garuda Indonesia at the Singapore Airshow.

"These new aircraft will support our expansion plans which are in line with our strategy to increase the number of domestic departures by over 150% to 2,072 per week and international departures more than threefold to 1,222 a week by 2014."

Garuda Indonesia plans to more than double its current fleet of 67 aircraft to 116 aircraft over the next five years, based mainly on Boeing 737-800NGs and Airbus A330-300/200s, which are operated on medium and long haul routes. The airline will also introduce 10 Boeing 777-300ERs on new ultra long-range flights starting 2011 as it expands its international network.

"Our debt restructuring is almost complete and we're looking to go public by mid this year. We plan to raise approximately US$300 million which will be used to support our long-term growth plans," added Satar.

On 1 June this year, the carrier will start a daily non-stop service from Jakarta to Dubai and on to Amsterdam. The introduction of this service marks a significant step forward in the airline's global network strategy. Amsterdam will be the first of a number of key European routes to destinations such as Frankfurt, Paris and London and Rome which Garuda Indonesia will launch as part of its international expansion over the next few years.

The Amsterdam route will initially be serviced by the airline's fleet of technically advanced A330-200 aircraft, featuring Garuda's new exterior and interior design inspired by the energy of nature's wings. When it takes delivery of the Boeing 777-300ERs commencing 2011, these aircraft will be used to operate non-stop from Jakarta into Europe.

The airline is also retrofitting its current fleet of six Airbus A330-300s with its new signature interior, including full lie-flat beds in Executive Class and seatback Video on Demand systems throughout the aircraft. This process will be completed by mid-2010 and the newly-fitted aircraft will be used to service international routes including Australia, Korea and Japan.

Garuda Indonesia was recently upgraded to a four-star rating by Skytrax, the global benchmark for airline service standards, confirming the improvement in its front-line product and service quality. The airline also received its IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) certification in May 2008, recognising that the airline is fully compliant with global "best-practice" standards for flight operations, aircraft maintenance and safety management systems.
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