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Old July 21st, 2011, 03:10 PM   #1181
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AirBridgeCargo and Garuda Recognise Freight Cargo Agents
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Garuda Indonesia, the national carrier of Indonesia, presented their UAE General Sales Agent (GSA), Air Cargo Trader (ACT), with a token of appreciation in recognition of their beneficial partnership in the country at a recent ceremony.

Garuda Indonesia’s Dubai Station Manager, Taufik Hidayat, presented the token to ACT, represented by Sales Manager, Blesy George.

“We are pleased with the solid relationship that we share with ACT, which has helped us gain a strong presence in the UAE,” stated Taufik.

Garuda Indonesia also credits the representation of ACT for the success of Garuda Indonesia’s first year in the UAE, which was marked in June this year.

“ACT has high credibility and extensive experience in the UAE,” stated Taufik.

“These, coupled with Garuda Indonesia’s market leverage, have helped us successfully meet our first year goals,” he added.

During their first year in partnership, Garuda Indonesia and ACT charted daily freight cargo capacity of 12 tons.

Garuda Indonesia offers daily west-bound transit to Amsterdam from Dubai via an Airbus A330 and distribution of European traffic via trucking arrangements from Amsterdam. East-bound cargo is carried from Amsterdam to Jakarta via Dubai, connecting into the Far eastern network of Garuda, including international destinations such as Australia, Japan, and China, as well as domestic cities in Indonesia.

Commenting on the token presented by Garuda Indonesia, Blesy said:

“We thank Garuda Indonesia for recognizing the success of our partnership. This is just the beginning. We can surely expect greater success in the future.”
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Old July 21st, 2011, 05:30 PM   #1182
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Looks like Garuda is finally picking up their act.

Are they still banned from flying to the EU?
why was it banned?
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Old July 22nd, 2011, 11:30 AM   #1183
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Singapore Airlines adds 8th Daily Singapore – Jakarta flight in Sep/Oct 2011

source, http://airlineroute.net/2011/07/22/sq-sincgk-sep11/

Singapore Airlines from 15SEP11 to 29OCT11 is adding 8th Daily flight on temporary basis on Singapore – Jakarta route.

The new flight operates as the first flight from Singapore at 0600hrs and 2nd flight from Jakarta at 0800hrs.

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SQ950 SIN0645 – 0730CGK 772 D
SQ953 CGK0825 – 1100SIN 772 D
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what else but safety reasons
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Old July 23rd, 2011, 08:41 AM   #1185
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Old July 25th, 2011, 09:28 AM   #1186
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what safety reasons?
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Old July 25th, 2011, 09:47 AM   #1187
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India and China take top positions

Indonesia's aviation industry third largest in Asia Pacific

Jul 24, 2011

Indonesia’s aviation industry has grown significantly and is even considered one of the world’s top three today after India and China in the Asia Pacific region said the President of the Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), Roberto Kobeh Gonzales, on a recent visit to Jakarta.

With this growth, safety factors must be of top priority and needs to be further improved, stated Gonzales when he reviewed Garuda’s Training Center facility in Tangerang, on July 20, 2011. He also added that today, the world’s aviation growth is centered in the Asia Pacific region since the region is a large population center, however, growth needs to be accompanied by continued improvements in safety standards.

According to Indonesia’s Ministry of Transportation, in 2010 Indonesian airlines carried 58 million passengers, increasing over 20% over the previous year at 48 million passengers. This growth also came as a result of the increasing number in airline fleets. Nonetheless, growth needs to be supported by additions to human resources and quality improvements. “We need more qualified human resources, and that is why each airline needs to have its own proper training center,” reminded the ICAO President.

The quality of human resources determines safety levels, thus, they need to be properly trained to obtain the required quality, he elaborated.

Roberto Gonzales commented that when he came to Jakarta for the first time in 2007, Indonesia’s compliance to ICAO safety standards stood at 40%. Today, this has significantly risen to 80.4%.

Source: bisnis.com via indonesia.travel

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Old July 25th, 2011, 07:48 PM   #1188
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It's an old news. The ban was lifted in 2009 and since June 1st 2010 Garuda is serving CGK-AMS via DXB.
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Old July 28th, 2011, 08:46 AM   #1189
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Exactly. And starting in 2013, direct routes to AMS, FRA, LHR, CDG, FCO, LAX will be starting to be reopen again as the arrival of the new Boeing 777-300ER
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Old July 28th, 2011, 08:48 AM   #1190
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Garuda flights normal so far, despite strike
http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2...te-strike.html

The flight schedule of national flag carrier Garuda Indonesia has remained unchanged despite the strike launched by the Garuda Pilot Association (APG) at midnight on Wednesday evening, the airline management says.

Thirteen flights have run on time, including from Jakarta to Makassar, which left at 12.45 a.m. on Thursday, a Denpasar-Osaka flight that also departed at 12.45 a.m., a Denpasar-Timika flight at 2.14 a.m., Jakarta-Manado flight at 5.40 a.m. and a Jakarta-Batam, flight at 5.55 a.m.

Garuda spokesman Pujobroto said a number of flights were boarding and they were on time too.

“Those are flights from Jakarta to a number of destinations including Semarang, Pontianak, Surabaya, Banjarmasin, Yogyakarta and Jambi,” Pujobroto said in a press statement sent to The Jakarta Post on Thursday morning.

The APG earlier announced that it would strike from Wednesday midnight to Thursday midnight in a protest over salaries, which they said were less than those of foreign pilots employed on a contractual basis by Garuda.

According to a report by kompas.com, Garuda flights from Terminal 2 of Soekarno-Hatta Airport ran to schedule, where with no banners or any other material was seen to indicate that the pilots were on strike.

The 13 flights that ran on time on Thursday morning were as follows:
1. GA-640 Jakarta–Makassar at 12.45 a.m.
2. GA-652 Denpasar–Timika at 2.14 a.m.
3. GA-650 rute Biak–Jayapura at 1.15 a.m.
4. GA-870 Denpasar–Seoul at 12.30 a.m.
5. GA-880 Denpasar–Tokyo at 12.30 a.m.
6. GA-882 Denpasar–Osaka at 12.45 a.m.
7. GA-650 Makassar–Biak–Jayapura at 1.15 a.m.
8. GA-654 Jakarta–Makassar at 5 a.m.
9. GA-600 Jakarta–Manado at 5.40 a.m.
10. GA-180 Jakarta–Medan at 5.45 a.m.
11. GA-110 Jakarta–Palembang at 5.55 a.m.
12. GA-220 Jakarta–Solo at 5.55 a.m.
13. GA-150 Jakarta – Batam at 5.55 a.m.
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Old July 28th, 2011, 11:07 AM   #1191
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Old July 28th, 2011, 04:29 PM   #1192
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Garuda flights normal so far, despite strike
The Jakarta Post, Jakarta | Thu, 07/28/2011 10:29 AM

Garuda flights normal so far, despite strikeThe flight schedule of national flag carrier Garuda Indonesia has remained unchanged despite the strike launched by the Garuda Pilot Association (APG) at midnight on Wednesday evenining, the airline management says.Thirteen flights have run on time, including from Jakarta to Makassar, which left at 12.45 a.m. on Thursday, a Denpasar-Osaka flight that also departed at 12.45 a.m., a Denpasar-Timika flight at 2.14 a.m., Jakarta-Manado flight at 5.40 a.m. and a Jakarta-Batam, flight at 5.55 a.m.

Garuda spokesman Pujobroto said a number of flights were boarding and they were on time too.“Those are flights from Jakarta to a number of destinations including Semarang, Pontianak, Surabaya, Banjarmasin, Yogyakarta and Jambi,” Pujobroto said in a press statement sent to The Jakarta Post on Thursday morning.The APG earlier announced that it would strike from Wednesday midnight to Thursday midnight in a protest over salaries, which they said were less than those of foreign pilots employed on a contractual basis by Garuda. According to a report by kompas.com, Garuda flights from Terminal 2 of Soekarno-Hatta Airport ran to schedule, where with no banners or any other material was seen to indicate that the pilots were on strike. The flight schedule of national flag carrier Garuda Indonesia has remained unchanged despite the strike launched by the Garuda Pilot Association (APG) at midnight on Wednesday evening, the airline management says.

Thirteen flights have run on time, including from Jakarta to Makassar, which left at 12.45 a.m. on Thursday, a Denpasar-Osaka flight that also departed at 12.45 a.m., a Denpasar-Timika flight at 2.14 a.m., Jakarta-Manado flight at 5.40 a.m. and a Jakarta-Batam, flight at 5.55 a.m.

Garuda spokesman Pujobroto said a number of flights were boarding and they were on time too.

“Those are flights from Jakarta to a number of destinations including Semarang, Pontianak, Surabaya, Banjarmasin, Yogyakarta and Jambi,” Pujobroto said in a press statement sent to The Jakarta Post on Thursday morning.

The APG earlier announced that it would strike from Wednesday midnight to Thursday midnight in a protest over salaries, which they said were less than those of foreign pilots employed on a contractual basis by Garuda.

According to a report by kompas.com, Garuda flights from Terminal 2 of Soekarno-Hatta Airport ran to schedule, where with no banners or any other material was seen to indicate that the pilots were on strike.

The 13 flights that ran on time on Thursday morning were as follows:
1. GA-640 Jakarta–Makassar at 12.45 a.m.
2. GA-652 Denpasar–Timika at 2.14 a.m.
3. GA-650 rute Biak–Jayapura at 1.15 a.m.
4. GA-870 Denpasar–Seoul at 12.30 a.m.
5. GA-880 Denpasar–Tokyo at 12.30 a.m.
6. GA-882 Denpasar–Osaka at 12.45 a.m.
7. GA-650 Makassar–Biak–Jayapura at 1.15 a.m.
8. GA-654 Jakarta–Makassar at 5 a.m.
9. GA-600 Jakarta–Manado at 5.40 a.m.
10. GA-180 Jakarta–Medan at 5.45 a.m.
11. GA-110 Jakarta–Palembang at 5.55 a.m.
12. GA-220 Jakarta–Solo at 5.55 a.m.
13. GA-150 Jakarta – Batam at 5.55 a.m.

source: http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2...te-strike.html
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Old July 29th, 2011, 09:47 AM   #1193
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Garuda Indonesia to Increase Flights to Singapore; Launches Promotion
Monday, 25 July 2011

source, http://www.asiatraveltips.com/news11...ndonesia.shtml

Indonesia’s national airline, Garuda Indonesia, will next week add an extra daily flight between Singapore and Jakarta, bringing the total to eight per day.

Commencing 1 August 2011, the new flight will operate using a Boeing 737-800NG aircraft, which features Garuda Indonesia’s new ‘Nature’s Wing’ livery, signature interior and upgraded inflight services.

The new outbound service, GA 837, will depart Changi Airport at 11.20am and arrive in Soekarno-Hatta Airport at 12.05pm.

The inbound flight, GA 836, will depart Jakarta at 7:55am, arriving in Singapore at 10:20am.

“Singapore is a key destination for us as it represents our busiest route outside of Indonesia, with over 60 outbound flights weekly. With this new service, we increase our passenger appeal by offering an even wider range of timings on this key route to accommodate the growing demand,” said Risnandi, Senior General Manager, Area Asia, Garuda Indonesia.

To celebrate the introduction of this additional service, Garuda Indonesia will be running a one week sale on Singapore - Jakarta route from now till 31 July 2011. Valid for travel from 31 July to 25 August 2011, return flights in economy class will be on sale from Sin$180. Terms and conditions apply.
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Old August 2nd, 2011, 06:51 PM   #1194
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Expansion Planned for Jambi Airport

Airport operator Angkasa Pura II plans to revamp Jambi’s Sultan Taha Airport to accommodate growing numbers of passengers to the province in Sumatra.

Abiyoso, a spokesman for the airport, said the runway needed to be extended to accommodate larger aircraft as airlines carried more passengers to Jambi.

“A number of airlines like Batavia Air, Garuda Indonesia, Lion Air and Sriwijaya Air want to service the Jambi route with bigger planes following the increase in the number of passengers,” Abiyoso said.

The airlines, he said, are presently operating Boeing 737‑300 and Boeing 737-400 aircraft at Sultan Taha Airport. They are unable to use bigger aircraft because the runway is too short .

The runway is 2,220 meters long and 30 meters wide. The expansion plans call for it to be extended to 2,400 meters and widened to 45 meters. Abiyoso said the expansion would allow bigger aircraft, like the Boeing 737-758, to service the airport.

Located in the Paalmerah suburb of Jambi City, the provincial capital, Sultan Taha Airport is served by 73 short-haul flights weekly, serviced by 42 medium-size aircraft.

Sultan Taha, originally called Paalmerah Airport, was built by the Dutch during the colonial era and has never been expanded.

Angkasa Pura II also plans to upgrade the instrument landing system at Sultan Taha to help incoming aircraft land in bad weather, paving the way for it to become an international airport next year.

In April 2007, Angkasa Pura II took over the airport’s management from the provincial transportation office.

At present, the airport serves five airline companies, namely Garuda Indonesia, Batavia Air, Lion Air, Sriwijaya Air and Kartika Airlines.

http://www.thejakartaglobe.com/busin...airport/456769
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Old August 3rd, 2011, 08:14 AM   #1195
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Garuda Indonesia Promotion on Hong Kong to Jakarta Flights from 1 August - 30 November
Savings Available On Afternoon Departures

Indonesia’s national flag carrier Garuda Indonesia (GA) is offering special discounts on round-trip flights from Hong Kong to Jakarta between 1 August and 30 November.

Lowest round trip fares to Jakarta are now available at just HK$2,620.
Tickets must be booked for the promoted daily afternoon flight from Hong Kong (GA863) at least 14 days in advance.

Exclusive of taxes and surcharges, the promotion is open for bookings until October 31, and is valid for stays of up to a month within Indonesia.

The discounted flight departs from Hong Kong at 4:55pm, arriving in Jakarta at 8:55pm.

Passengers can also take domestic connections from Jakarta to Bali if they wish for an additional HK$580, making this a cost-effective alternative fare to Bali.
Garuda flies twice daily between Hong Kong and Jakarta, and also has daily direct flights to Bali.
Garuda has embarked on a new era upgrading its service to become one of the highest-rated airlines in Asia.

It was recently recognised as ‘Most Improved Airline 2010’ by the influential Skytrax rating agency in the 2010 World Airline Awards – and is a crowned 4-star airline.

http://www.etravelblackboardasia.com...st-30-november
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Pacific Airways Meets Airplane Quota

Thursday, 04 August, 2011 | 08:10 WIB

TEMPO Interactive, Jakarta:The Transportation Ministry has begun the process for Pacific Royale Airways’ business permit as the company has met the quota for the minimum number of airplanes. “Initially they had nine planes, now they have 10,” air transportation director-general Herry Bhakti S. Gumay, said on Tuesday.

Pacific Royale applied for a permit four months ago, but it was rejected as the airline did not have enough planes. According to Law no.1/2009 on Aviation, airlines must operate at least 10 airplanes, half of which must be owned by the airline.

Pacific Royale Airways belongs to two major investors; Goenarni Goenawan and an Indian investor. The company plans to become a full service airline, a segment which had been monopolized by PT Garuda Indonesia.

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Strategic Airlines cancels Perth-Bali route

STRATEGIC Airlines will stop flying between Perth and Bali later this year.

The Australian-owned full-service airline commenced flying the route in June 2010 and will cease its schedule on October 31.

But while Strategic Airlines has struggled to make the popular leisure route viable, Garuda Indonesia is setting itself to introduce its low-cost carrier to the market through its subsidiary airline Citilink.

A schedule between Perth and Denpasar Airport is believed to be high on Citilink’s agenda as it continues to expand.

Citilink, who will break away from its parent company in 2012, has 55 Airbus A320s and two 737s on order that will allow it to fly to destinations within four hours of Indonesia.

Until now, the Garuda subsidiary has flown only domestic routes, but the state-owned airline is looking at schedules to Australia, Singapore, Malaysia and the Philippines.

Strategic Airlines will continue to fly between Perth and Derby, in the state’s north. However, PerthNow believes routes between the popular Indonesian holiday island and the east coast of Australia are also under threat.

Strategic Airlines is not available for comment and people holding tickets beyond October should contact the airline, or their travel agent.

Virgin Australia, Jetstar, Air Asia and Skywest also operate on the Perth-Bali route.

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Garuda announces new plans for Citilink ahead of spin-off

Flag carrier Garuda Indonesia has announced new business plans for its low-cost carrier (LCC) brand Citilink ahead of a plan to spin-off Citilink as a separate business entity in the first quarter of 2012.

The newly appointed advisor to Garuda’s board of directors for Citilink development, Con Korfiatis, told a press conference on Wednesday afternoon that the plans would include a “very thorough overall brand refresh” for Citilink, including a new livery design, new website, a new cabin interior design, new advertising and marketing strategies and new cabin crew uniforms.

“The whole process will take approximately four to six months to roll out,” Korfiatis said at the launch of Citilink’s new livery in Garuda City Center at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Cengkareng, Banten.

Garuda finance director Elisa Lumbantoruan said the spin-off process would make it easier for Citilink to expand its business, as the LCC could make decisions without consent from Garuda.

“This way, Citilink will become much more independent,” he said.

Elisa said the planned business expansion included the acquisition of five new Airbus A320 narrowbody airplanes to strengthen the Citilink fleet of five Boeing 737-300s and one 737-400.

“The five A320s will be acquired through leasings from Airbus with a security deposit of US$750,000 per month per plane,” he said, adding that the planes would arrive in Jakarta in several phases.

“The first airplane is expected to come either this month or in September, while each of the rest will follow next October, November, December, and February,” he said, adding that as the new Airbus A320 arrived, Citilink would phase out its Boeing 737 airplanes.

In the long run, Citilink also expects the arrival of 25 new Airbus A320s, recently ordered by Garuda from Airbus at the Paris Air Show in June, starting from 2014, he said.

All Citilink pilots would undergo retraining to qualify them to fly the Airbus airplanes, he said.

“The retraining will hopefully begin in the fourth quarter.”

Meanwhile, maintenance of the Airbus jetliners would be undertaken at the Garuda Maintenance Facility (GMF) Aero Asia at the airport area, just the same as other airplanes operated by Garuda and Citilink.

“A320 is nothing new to GMF as it has undertaken the maintenance service of numerous A320s operated by many other airlines,” Elisa said.

He said the LCC airline also planned to significantly expand its route growth in the upcoming years.

Citilink currently serves 10 domestic routes connecting Jakarta to Surabaya, Denpasar, Medan, Banjarmasin, Balikpapan and Batam. The LCC also serves the route linking Surabaya with Balikpapan, Banjarmasin and Makassar.

Citilink plans to serve destinations in the eastern part of Indonesia and regional routes by flying to Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, Singapore and Australia, Elisa said.

He said the LCC was forecast to carry 2 million passengers this year and aimed to reach 8.3 million passengers by 2013. (mim)

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The Future Airbus A320neo of Citilink with its new livery

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The Boeing 737-300 PK-GGP of Citilink is now using the new livery

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