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Old December 1st, 2010, 05:40 AM   #1061
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SILKAIR TO START SERVICES TO PEKANBARU

SilkAir, the regional wing of Singapore Airlines, will add the 34th destination to its route network with the launch of thrice-weekly flights between Singapore and the Indonesian city of Pekanbaru in February 2011.

Pekanbaru will be the airline’s eighth Indonesian destination after Balikpapan, Lombok, Manado, Medan, Palembang, Solo and Surabaya. The capital of Riau in Sumatra, Pekanbaru will be another major gateway into Indonesia from Singapore.

Subject to regulatory approvals, SilkAir will operate morning services between Singapore and Pekanbaru on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays beginning 28 February 2011. (Details of the flight schedules are shown in the attachment)

"We are very excited to announce the addition of Pekanbaru to the SilkAir network. We see good prospects for continued growth in air traffic between Singapore and Indonesia and believe that the launch of our eighth Indonesian destination will further boost travel between the two countries,” said Mr Marvin Tan, SilkAir’s Chief Executive.

Pekanbaru’s established role as a base for international oil companies and the pulp and paper industry presents promising prospects for corporate travel and airfreight.

For customers from Pekanbaru, the new service will offer direct flights to Singapore and the convenience of onward connections to more than 90 international cities in the joint Singapore Airlines-SilkAir network.

Pekanbaru also offers a number of cultural and leisure attractions, such as the Great Mosque of An-Nur, Riau Cultural Park, the Sang Nila Utama Museum and numerous traditional markets including Pasar Bawah and Pasar Tengeh.


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Old December 8th, 2010, 02:10 PM   #1062
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I agree with Paradyto, new Boeings 737-900 Extented Range allows new routes. This is the last version of the B737, a wonderfull aircraft!
They don't need wide body, but as this company is growing fast the next step will bigger planes.
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Old December 9th, 2010, 12:19 PM   #1063
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AirAsia to Launch KL - Balikpapan Flights; Promo Fares from RM58
Wednesday, 8 December 2010

AirAsia is to launch direct flights to Balikpapan, East Kalimantan, Indonesia, from 12 January 2011.

This new service from Kuala Lumpur will be AirAsia’s 11th destination in Indonesia. AirAsia will begin servicing the new route with three flights weekly departing from the LCC Terminal in Kuala Lumpur to Sepinggan Airport, Balikpapan on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.

To celebrate, AirAsia is offering an all-in fare from RM58 for bookings between 8 - 15 December 2010 for travel between 12 January and 10 November 2011.

AirAsia has one of the most extensive networks in Indonesia with routes to Bali, Banda Aceh, Bandung, Jakarta, Medan, Padang, Pekan Baru, Solo, Surabaya, Makassar, Yogyakarta and now Balikpapan. The introduction of this new destination will see AirAsia have 126 flights weekly from Kuala Lumpur to the various points in Indonesia.

Balikpapan, a city on the island of Borneo in Indonesia, is the second largest city in the province of East Kalimantan.

Mostly surrounded by sea, Balikpapan is an important center of the petroleum, mining, and timber industries. There are myriad of attractions in Balikpapan such as the beautiful Melawai and Manggar Segarasari beaches, Bekapai Park, Wanawisata Garden, Agro Tourism Garden, Crocodile Teritip Breeding Farm and shopping centers.

In addition to that, tourists can also visit neighboring attractions such as the Orang Utan sanctuary at Semboja Lodge, floating market at Banjarmasin, diving at Derawan islands, canoeing while witnessing species of monkeys and caves along Kandilo River and much more.

Kathleen Tan, Regional Head of Commercial, AirAsia said, “We are delighted to extend our AirAsia network to include an emerging market like Balikpapan. We hope this new service will enable Malaysians who are working in the oil palm and coal mining industry to return home more often and provide expatriates with the opportunity to use LCCT as a hub for onward travel into other AirAsia destinations throughout ASEAN. We also believe that his new service will stimulate the Visiting Friends and Relatives crowd and fuel AirAsia’s aggressive growth in Indonesia.”
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Old December 9th, 2010, 04:34 PM   #1064
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PK-GPL, Garuda's new A332 (c/n 1184), is now fully painted in the Nature's Wings color in Toulouse and should be ready for delivery soon before the end of 2010.
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Indonesia Charts Procurement

Dec 9, 2010

As part of its military modernization strategy, Indonesia is set to place an order for jet trainers and also wants to expand its fleet of fighters, helicopters and fixed-wing transports.

Defense Minister Purnomo Yusgiantoro says the three finalists in the jet trainer competition are from South Korea, Russia and the Czech Republic. Industry executives say the types are the Aero Vodochody L-159, Korea Aerospace Industries T-50 and Yakovlev Yak-130.

Purnomo tells Aviation Week that a decision will be made soon and Indonesia plans to order 16 aircraft, enough for one squadron. “It is already in the final process,” he says, without giving a definite timeframe.

“We are looking for aircraft that can be used for training and as a light attack fighter. Light fighters are good for intercepting aircraft that cross your territory without giving notice,” he notes.

Indonesia needs jet trainers because about half of its BAE Systems Hawks are grounded, says Purnomo. Indonesia has had difficulties obtaining spare parts and equipment for the Hawks. “I stressed to the chairman of BAE, they need to trust us and give us the spares. They promised to improve relations,” says Purnomo, adding that Indonesia will have to phase out the Hawks if there is no improvement.

South Korea could be the front-runner in the competition due to the strategic importance Indonesia places on that relationship. “The air force is the end user, and it has to make a technical evaluation,” says Purnomo. Once the service decides, the armed forces headquarters has to concur, and then it’s up to the defense ministry, he says. The ministry “understands what the government’s interest is,” he adds. It takes into consideration issues such as licensing, technology transfer, industrial cooperation and spare parts support. If Indonesia is making a sizable purchase, it’s important to have an offset program so Indonesian industry can benefit, he says.

Indonesia and South Korea signed a memorandum of understanding in July to develop a new fighter, the KF-X. Indonesian Aerospace, the state-owned aircraft maker, will be involved in this program. Purnomo says the KF-Xs should enter air force service in 2025.

In the near term, Lockheed Martin could benefit. “There is a budget for brand-new F-16s or used F-16s,” says Purnomo. “With used F-16s we can get more and upgrade them ourselves [with help from overseas].” But if Indonesia buys used F-16s, then it has to take into consideration the aircraft’s life-cycle, he says. Indonesia already has F-16A/B Block 15 aircraft, which the country wants upgraded.

Although the U.S. no longer has an arms embargo against Indonesia, there are still technical issues that it must resolve, say government officials. Nevertheless, Purnomo says Indonesia could ask a non-U.S. company to upgrade the F-16s. “There is Turkey. They have the biggest F-16 fleet after the U.S.,” he notes, adding that there is no *certainty the F-16 upgrade work will go to the U.S. Under Indonesian law, the tender has to be competitive, and the only exception to this rule is if the requirement can be fulfilled domestically, he says.

Bell Helicopter and Eurocopter recently secured deals thanks to their partnerships with Indonesian Aerospace. Purnomo says the army recently signed a firm contract for 24 Bell 412EP utility helicopters, and the air force is buying more Eurocopter AS332 Super Pumas made by Indonesian Aerospace.

The country also has a future requirement for helicopters that will be stationed on the Indonesian navy’s corvettes and used for antisubmarine warfare. Indonesia already has four Dutch-built Sigma 9113-class corvettes that it purchased recently, and it has a fifth under construction at a shipyard in Surabaya, where the Indonesian navy has its largest base. The corvettes have a helipad near the stern. The navy currently uses Messerschmitt-Bolkow-Blohm Bo-105s, a helicopter type first built in the 1960s.

Another procurement will be for more Sukhoi fighters. Indonesia already has 10 and Purnomo says there are plans to buy six more to form a squadron.

In terms of military transports, Indonesia plans to upgrade its older Lockheed Martin C-130s. “We hope that the defense budget can be increased so we can retrofit these aircraft, which are A/B class,” says Purnomo.

Indonesia also would like to buy new C-130s, but a higher priority is to upgrade the existing aircraft. It also wants more Indonesian Aerospace CN-235s and is seeking a replacement for its aging Fokker F27s, with the EADS CASA C-295 a possible contender.

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Old December 11th, 2010, 01:44 AM   #1066
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I agree with Paradyto, new Boeings 737-900 Extented Range allows new routes. This is the last version of the B737, a wonderfull aircraft!
They don't need wide body, but as this company is growing fast the next step will bigger planes.
They do have wide bodies already...two 744 ex Oasis airlines

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Old December 12th, 2010, 05:04 PM   #1067
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But seldom to do operate

I don't know, Why ?? I think JT has a wrong decission to take their 744
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Old December 13th, 2010, 08:59 AM   #1068
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I agree with Paradyto, new Boeings 737-900 Extented Range allows new routes. This is the last version of the B737, a wonderfull aircraft!
They don't need wide body, but as this company is growing fast the next step will bigger planes.
I don't think Lion Air should operate bigger planes. The B737-900ER should be able to fly to most destinations in the Asia Pacific region and South Asia. The 2 B747-400s are unneeded.

What I think Lion Air needs to do is to improve on its safety and reputation first; they've done little to inspire confidence.
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I don't know, Why ?? I think JT has a wrong decission to take their 744
One of them is in CGK long term parking spot...
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Old December 13th, 2010, 01:55 PM   #1070
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Lion air will receive 12 new planes in 2011 amazing ! see http://www.ttgtravelhub.net/index.ph...d=14791&Itemid

they see new routes as India/china/Australia.

With brand new planes safety is going better.
About repûtation, this will come step by step.
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Old December 26th, 2010, 09:28 AM   #1071
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Garuda Indonesia Wraps Up Financial Restructuring
Tuesday, 21 December 2010

Garuda Indonesia has wrapped up its financial restructuring with creditors, where the last group which are the ECA (European Export Credit Agency) and the Commercial Lenders was signed for the remainder debt of US$ 277 million.

The signing was done by EVP Finance Garuda Indonesia, Elisa Lumbantoruan and David Brackenridge from Lloyds TSB on behalf of the Lenders, witnessed by the President and CEO of Garuda Indonesia, Emirsyah Satar and the Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia for UK, HE Yuri Thamrin.

Since 2005, Garuda's total debt has decreased significantly from US$ 868 million to US$ 464 million on November 2010, due to a combination of payment, debt buy back and equity conversion.

The last part of US$ 464 million, was signed on Friday in an amount of US$ 277 million and restructured until 2016. The debt was used to fund the 6 a/c Airbus A330-300 in 1996.

President and CEO Garuda Indonesia, Emirsyah Satar says that the wrap up of the financial restructuring is an important milestone for Garuda, which will speed up the development of Garuda, especially with the plan for IPO in the near future.
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GoodNews Everyone :

All Garuda Indonesia flights wil be operate in Changi TERMINAL 3, Effective from 01 March 2011.

Salam Garuda !
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Old December 27th, 2010, 09:53 AM   #1073
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Garuda to Operate New Boeing 737-800 on KL - Jakarta Route
Wednesday, 22 December 2010

Indonesia’s national airline, Garuda Indonesia, will operate a new Boeing 737-800 Next Generation (738NG) aircraft on the Kuala Lumpur-Jakarta route starting from 15 January 2011.

Featuring the carrier’s ‘Nature’s Wing’ livery, signature interior and upgraded on-board services, the new aircraft comfortably seats 156 passengers in a two-class configuration.

Compared to the current fleet of aircraft servicing the route, the new 737-800s will significantly increase the airline’s capacity by up to 40%. The technologically advanced 737-800 aircraft also features 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 decided to deploy the new aircraft on this route because of the steady increase in demand experienced from our customers. Garuda Indonesia’s flights from Kuala Lumpur to Jakarta are popular with the business and golfing community because of our convenient flight timings and value added services which cater to their need for convenience and comfort,” said Erwin Suharja, General Manager for Malaysia, Garuda Indonesia.

Garuda Indonesia currently offers two flights daily from Kuala Lumpur to Jakarta. Effective from 15 January 2011, travellers can easily do a day trip either for business or a round of golf in many of Jakarta’s scenic courses by taking the 08:00 flight to Jakarta and returning on the 17:10 flight (Jakarta time). Passengers with golf bags are also entitled to additional 15kg baggage allowance, besides the standard 20kgs. The second departure from Kuala Lumpur is at 12:45 (KL time) and a return flight from Jakarta at 08:45 (Jakarta time).

Executive Class passengers can also fast-track their immigration clearances at the “premium” immigration lanes at Kuala Lumpur International Airport and dedicated immigration counters at the Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Jakarta.

In celebration of the new aircraft, Garuda Indonesia is offering a special promotional fare of RM111 return for flights on 15 January. The fares can be purchased from IATA certified agents and the Garuda Indonesia ticketing office at Ground Floor, Menara Park, Block D, Megan Avenue II, No. 12 Jalan Yap Kwan Seng, 50450, Kuala Lumpur.
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Old December 28th, 2010, 08:33 PM   #1074
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Indonesia carrier to raise US$500m dollars in IPO
Posted: 04 January 2011

JAKARTA: Flag carrier Garuda Indonesia plans to raise around 500 million dollars from its imminent initial public offering, a report said Tuesday, kickstarting a year of expansion.

The airline is selling 9.36 billion shares, of which 79 per cent are new, according to a term sheet seen by Dow Jones Newswires.

It will begin roadshows for the deal, which has no overallotment option, on January 14 and aims for a listing in Jakarta on February 11, the term sheet said.

Once listed, 36.5 per cent of the company will be in public hands.

Citigroup Inc. and UBS AG are the international bookrunners for the IPO, while PT Bahana Securities, PT Danareksa Sekuritas and PT Mandiri Sekuritas are the domestic bookrunners.

The proceeds will go towards capital expenditure, pre-delivery payments and other corporate payments, according to the term sheet.

The carrier made a stunning turnaround after suffering financial troubles six years ago.

It was cleared by European regulators in 2009, two years after all Indonesian airlines were banned from European Union airspace after a series of crashes and incidents which exposed poor safety standards across the country's aviation industry.

Garuda, which posted a net profit of more than 100 million dollars in 2009, was named the world's most improved airline by London-based research company Skytrax last May.

The airline is pushing for expansion by boosting its fleet, expanding international destinations and raising the number of domestic routes.

-AFP/ac

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Old January 11th, 2011, 05:49 PM   #1077
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New terminal of Ngurah Rai Int'l BALI :

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The government has allocated Rp 1.9 trillion to renovate the Ngurah Rai Interntional Airport, Bali, in preparation of the APEC Summit, which will begin on the island in 2013.
"We will radically renovate the airport," State-Owned Enterprises Minister Mustafa Abubakar said Tuesday.

He added that the renovation would transform the domestic terminal into the international terminal and vice versa.

"Thus, the capacity of the Ngurah Rai airport will be greatly increased," he said, adding that the renovation of the airport would be "synchronized" with improving transportation access to the airport.

The government has formed plans to construct a toll road connecting the airport with the rest of Bali to reduce transportation bottlenecks, he said.

He added that the government had allocated Rp 3.5 trillion to both projects, with Rp 1.9 trillion allocated to the airport, and has set May 2013 as the deadline for both projects.
"The [renovation of] the airport and the [construction of] road access to the city must both be finished by May 2013 to increase the convenience for arriving state guests," he said.

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As per Amadeus timetable display on 21DEC10, Garuda Indonesia is planning to resume service to Taipei Taoyuan from 27MAR11, with Boeing 737-800 aircraft operating Jakarta – Taipei Taoyuan on daily basis.

At time this post goes to press, reservation is only available on selected GDS.

Schedule:

GA850 CGK0930 – 1545TPE 738 D
GA851 TPE1655 – 2110CGK 738 D
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Garuda to buy 11 new planes this year
Friday, January 14, 2011 05:02 WIB | Economic & Business

Surabaya, E Java (ANTARA News) - National flag carrier Garuda Indonesia plans to buy 11 new planes this year with the first delivery expected in February or March.

The planes consisted of nine Boeing 737-800s and two Airbus 330-200s, Garuda Indonesia Technical Director Hadinoto Soedigno said here on Thursday.

The nine Boeing 737-800s would be delivered in stages starting February or March, and the two Airbus 330-200s would be delivered in April and October, he said on the sidelines of a roadshow for the airline`s initial public offering.

Garuda put orders for the 11 planes two years ago, he said.

He said Garuda which currently has a fleet of 87 planes expects to operate 130-150 planes in the next five years.

With the targeted fleet of 130-150 planes in 2015, Garuda would buy a minimum of 10 planes in each of the next five years, he said.

Garuda is expected to list its shares with the Indonesia Stock Exchange on February 11. The company`s chief financial officer Elisa Lumbantoruan said on Wednesday about 80 percent of the proceeds of the IPO would be spent on expanding the airline`s fleet and 20 percent to finance its capital expenditure.

Hadinoto said Garuda would operate its Boeing planes to serve its domestic flights such as Jakarta-Gorontalo via Surabaya and Makassar, Surabaya-Balikpapan, and Surabaya-Ampenan.

Meanwhile, the Airbus planes would be used to serve its regional routes which would be opened soon, including Jakarta-Manila and Jakarta-Taiwan, he said. (*)

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Hem, is GA receiving 11 new planes this year or GA buying 11 new planes?
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