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Old October 26th, 2011, 03:26 PM   #1281
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61 foreign embassies agree to fly with Garuda
The Jakarta Post, Jakarta | Wed, 10/26/2011 3:27 PM

Sixty one foreign embassies in Jakarta have agreed to use the services of national flag carrier Garuda Indonesia for both domestic and international flights under a new agreement inked Wednesday.

The agreement was signed by Garuda president director Emirsyah Satar and representatives of the 61 embassies.

“The signing of the agreement is part of Garuda Indonesia's efforts to expand its market. It is also expected to help tighten relations between Indonesia and other countries,” Emirsyah said after the signing ceremony as quoted by tempointeraktif.com.

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Old October 27th, 2011, 10:20 AM   #1282
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The green color looks so faded, and ugly. While Garuda's blue livery looks great and vibrant. I wished Garuda chose red color for their Citilink aircrafts.
Agree the green is ugly...
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Old October 28th, 2011, 08:21 AM   #1283
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Boeing 737 Next Generations :


Airbus 330-200s
Eh? Why is the difference?

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Old October 28th, 2011, 08:34 AM   #1284
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I guess it's just of photoshop effects.

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Actually, green Nature wing is a Citilink livery(Low-cost subsidiary of Garuda Indonesia).
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Old October 28th, 2011, 08:40 AM   #1285
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Garuda Indonesia Winter Flight Schedule(eff.September'11)

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D O M E S T I C, vv :
-From Main Hub(CGK)-

  • Jakarta - Palembang (63 times per week)
  • Jakarta - Batam (28 times per week)
  • Jakarta - Padang (28 times per week)
  • Jakarta - Pekanbaru (35 times per week)
  • Jakarta - Medan (56 times per week)
  • Jakarta - TanjungKarang (35 times per week)
  • Jakarta - Jambi (14 times per week)
  • Jakarta - PangkalPinang (14 times per week)
  • Jakarta - Yogyakarta (63 times per week)
  • Jakarta - Solo (28 times per week)
  • Jakarta - Semarang (63 times per week)
  • Jakarta - Surabaya (112 times per week)
  • Jakarta - Denpasar (74 times per week)
  • Jakarta - Mataram (7 times per week)
  • Jakarta - Malang (14 times per week)
  • Jakarta - Balikpapan (56 times per week)
  • Jakarta - Banjarmasin (28 times per week)
  • Jakarta - Palangkaraya (7 times per week)
  • Jakarta - Pontianak (35 times per week)
  • Jakarta - Makassar (14 times per week)
  • Jakarta - Manado (7 times per week)


DOMESTIC, -Connected vv- :
-From Main Hub(CGK)-
  • Jakarta - Medan - Banda Aceh (14 times per week)
  • Jakarta - Denpasar - Kupang (7 times per week)
  • Jakarta - Makassar - Manado (7 times per week)
  • Jakarta - Manado - Ternate (7 times per week)
  • Jakarta - Makassar - Kendari (7 times per week)
  • Jakarta - Makassar - Palu (7 times per week)
  • Jakarta - Makassar - Biak - Jayapura (7 times per week)
  • Jakarta - Denpasar - Timika - Jayapura (7times per week)
  • Jakarta - Makassar - Jayapura (7 times per week)
  • Jakarta - Makassar - Ambon (7 times per week)


*Another domestic routes, vv :
  • Denpasar - Mataram (7 times per week)
  • Denpasar - Makassar (7 times per week)
  • Yogyakarta - Denpasar (21 times per week)
  • Surabaya - Denpasar (28 times per week)
  • Surabaya - Balikpapan (7 times per week)
  • Yogyakarta - Balikpapan (7times per week)
  • Surabaya - Makassar (14 times per week)
  • Makassar - Ternate (7 times per week)
  • Makassar - Gorontalo (7 times per week)
  • Balikpapan - Makassar (7 times per week)
  • Surabaya - Ambon (7 times per week)


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I N T E R N A T I O N A L, vv :
-From Main Hub(CGK)-

  • Jakarta - Sydney (7 times per week)
  • Jakarta - Melbourne (3 times per week)
  • Jakarta - Kuala Lumpur (14 times per week)
  • Jakarta - Singapore (56 times per week)
  • Jakarta - Bangkok (14 times per week)
  • Jakarta - Hongkong (14 times per week)
  • Jakarta - Shanghai (4 times per week)
  • Jakarta - Beijing (5 times per week)
  • Jakarta - Guangzhou (7 times per week)
  • Jakarta - Tokyo (7 times per week)
  • Jakarta - Seoul (6 times per week)
  • Jakarta - Jeddah (13 times per week)


INTERNATIONAL, -Connected vv- :
-From Main Hub(CGK)-
  • Jakarta - Dubai - Amsterdam (7 times per week)
  • Jakarta - Denpasar - Perth (7 times per week)


INTERNATIONAL, -vv- :
-From another Hubs(DPS & UPG)-
  • Denpasar - Sydney (6 times per week)
  • Denpasar - Melbourne (4 times per week)
  • Denpasar - Perth (14 times per week)
  • Denpasar - Singapore (7 times per week)
  • Denpasar - Osaka (7 times per week)
  • Denpasar - Tokyo (7 times per week)
  • Denpasar - Seoul (5 times per wek)
  • Denpasar - Nagoya (3 times per week)
  • Denpasar - Hongkong (7 times per week)
  • Makassar - Singapore (7 times per week)


Garuda Indonesia



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Old October 31st, 2011, 06:56 AM   #1287
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Garuda's newest A330-341 PK-GPN due for delivery this coming November.

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Old October 31st, 2011, 02:55 PM   #1288
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Yes indeed! the livery looks great! Can't wait to see them on their upcoming B773ER
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Indonesia's Lion Air to Buy 230 Boeing 737s
Sale is largest commercial order in Boeing history, according to the White House.
By . Agence France-Presse
Nov. 17, 2011

Indonesia's Lion Air has agreed to buy 230 Boeing 737 jets with a list price of $21.7 billion, the White House said Thursday, touting the sale as Boeing's biggest-ever commercial order.

The deal was announced soon after President Obama touched down in Bali for the East Asia summit, on the final leg of a regional tour partly aimed at drumming up markets for U.S. products at a time of slow growth back home.

Source: http://www.industryweek.com/articles...37s_26040.aspx
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Boeing gets biggest order ever from Lion Air
The Jakarta Post, Jakarta | Thu, 11/17/2011 9:29 PM

Boeing has received its largest commercial airplane order ever, topping its own record set less than a week ago.

Lion Air, a large private carrier in Indonesia, ordered 230 airplanes. That includes 201 of the redesigned Boeing 737 "MAX" and 29 extended-range 737s. The order was announced Thursday by the White House during President Barack Obama's trip to Bali, Indonesia.

The airplanes have a list price of $21.7 billion. Lion Air has options for 150 more, valued at $14 billion. The deal's total potential value is $35 billion.

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Indonesia's Lion Air to Buy 230 Boeing 737s
Sale is largest commercial order in Boeing history, according to the White House.
By . Agence France-Presse
Nov. 17, 2011

Indonesia's Lion Air has agreed to buy 230 Boeing 737 jets with a list price of $21.7 billion, the White House said Thursday, touting the sale as Boeing's biggest-ever commercial order.

The deal was announced soon after President Obama touched down in Bali for the East Asia summit, on the final leg of a regional tour partly aimed at drumming up markets for U.S. products at a time of slow growth back home.

Source: http://www.industryweek.com/articles...37s_26040.aspx
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Yeaa... 737max


Pake disaksikan OmBama segala



source: http://boeing.mediaroom.com/index.php?s=43&item=2036

Suka dengan foto satu ini:


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beserta komentar dari sang fotografer:
"PK-LHY (cn 37285/3765) For everyone who said they wouldn't even take one when they were the launch customer, here's Number 50"
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Obama presides over sale of Boeing 737s to Lion Air
Associated Press, Nusa Dua, Bali | Fri, 11/18/2011 10:34 AM



High-profile deal: US President Barack Obama applauds as Boeing Senior Vice President Ray Conner (seated right) and Lion Air CEO Rusdi Kirana (seated left) announce a commercial deal at a signing ceremony in Nusa Dua, Bali, on Friday. (AP/Charles Dharapak)

US President Barack Obama has presided over the announced sale of Boeing 737s to Lion Air, a private carrier in Indonesia. It is Boeing's largest commercial airplane order.

Lion Air ordered 230 airplanes at a list price of $21.7 billion.

Obama highlighted the deal as he wound up an Asia-Pacific tour. He called the agreement a remarkable example of the trade and investment opportunities that exists in the Asia-Pacific market. He said the deal could mean more than 100,000 jobs.

The president said the Export-Import Bank of the United states played a critical role in the sale and is an example of how to achieve his long term goal of doubling U.S. exports.

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CFM International Signs Garuda Indonesia as Newest Customer for LEAP-1A Engine




November 13, 2011, 11:34 AM


Garuda Indonesia has ordered CFM International’s Leap-1A engines to power the airline’s 10 Airbus A320neo jets. The $220 million deal takes total business for the new Leap turbofan family to nearly 2,450 engines worth $29 billion at list prices. The Leap series will power three aircraft types: the A320neo (Leap-1A), Boeing 737 Max (Leap-1B) and Comac C919 (Leap-1C). The first to enter service will be the -1A on the A320neo in 2016, followed by the -1B and-1C in 2017. Leap certification is scheduled for 2014.

CFM, which is a 50/50 joint venture between Snecma and GE, is heading for a record year with sales standing at $24 billion as of the end of October. The Leap engines offer an improvement in engine efficiency of 15 percent enabled by advances in aerodynamic design, lighter and more durable materials and the latest environmental technologies.

A key feature of the Leap engine is the composite fan blades, made using the resin transfer molding process. A full-scale fan blade-out rig test took place successfully in May and simulated certification requirements. In a video of the testing, the composite fan case suffered no failures, containing all parts without cracking or developing stress defects.

“The amount of blade lost on the second blade was on the order of 10 percent,” said CFM executive vice president Chaker Chahrour. “We typically design for a lot more than that, so we’re quite thrilled.”

Endurance testing of the fan was completed in August, with more than 5,000 cycles logged. More recently the engine’s low-pressure turbine went through extensive rig testing. This validated the airfoil design and blade and vane alignment and, according to Chahrour, “allowed us to improve our confidence factors in the overall design.”

The eCore Demonstrator 2, which includes a 10-stage compressor, Taps 2 combustor and two-stage high-pressure turbine in the Leap configuration, began testing in May and has run more than 100 test hours that included low-speed stalls. Another 50 hours is planned by the end of the year and this will cover high-speed stall parameters.

The engine configuration is frozen, following completion of CFM’s internal Tollgate 3 process. Design freeze of the engine is planned in mid-2012. Testing included more than 2,000 parameters, and the test core was festooned with sensors and wires needed to capture the test data. The eCore Demonstrator 3 build up is planned early next year, in preparation for full Leap engine testing in 2013.

“We have been executing on time 21 entries into service,” said CFM president and CEO Jean-Paul Ebanga. “I think in the history of aviation, this is the first time ever a company was able to do it.”


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Indonesia's Lion Air rises from obscurity
Robin McDowell, Associated Press, Bali | Fri, 11/18/2011

A decade ago, Rusdi Kirana sat on the grass at an air show in Britain, eating burgers with his wife. "I didn't know anybody," he says, "and nobody knew me." That will change now that his company, Lion Air, has announced the biggest order ever from Boeing.

The once litte-known Indonesian airline says it is planning to buy 230 planes from Boeing Co. The bill - with a list price of $21.7 billion - is to be paid over 12 years though bank financing.

Dozens of airlines have emerged in Indonesia since it deregulated its aviation industry in the 1990s, making air travel affordable or the first time for many across the sprawling island nation of 240 million, and luring passengers away from ferries and trains.

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Garuda to install Wi-Fi on new aircraft
The Jakarta Post, Jakarta | Tue, 11/29/2011

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National flag carrier Garuda Indonesia is planning to provide Wi-Fi services in some of its planes next year as part of the airline's moves to earn a five-star rating.

Garuda president director Emirsyah Satar said Wi-Fi services would be enabled in some of its new airplanes expected to arrive next year.

“We will install the Wi-Fi services on planes due next year, but not all of them. We will first install [Wi-Fi] on eight planes,” Emirsyah said on Tuesday in Jakarta, as quoted by kontan.co.id.

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Lion Air New Venture To Be Called Space Air
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Lion Air’s new full-service carrier, Space Air, appears set to launch in 2012.

Industry executives familiar with the situation say the Indonesian carrier has applied for an air operator’s certificate for the new full-service carrier. The new airline will operate Boeing 737s, Lion Air President Director Rusdi Kirana said in a local report. Lion Air executives told Aviation Week that Rusdi wants the new premium outfit to compete head to head with Garuda Indonesia and that the move is partly a response to Garuda’s Citilink’s moving into the low-cost carrier (LCC) market.

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With New Planes, Garuda to Expand Its Reach in Europe
Faisal Maliki Baskoro | December 04, 2011
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Flagship carrier Garuda Indonesia will open new European routes early in 2013 in a bid to expand its international market share.

Pudjobroto, the airline’s corporate secretary, said the company would open routes to Frankfurt, Rome, Paris and London in 2013. “We’re expecting delivery of our long-haul fleet, as many as 10 Boeing 777-300ERs, starting early next year,” he said.


He added that Garuda had wanted to open the routes this year, but unfavorable developments like the economic crisis in Europe had forced the company to postpone its plans.

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Lion Air to add 24 aircraft in 2012

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PT Lion Mentari Airlines says it will add 24 aircraft to its fleet next year, which will leave the private airline with a fleet of 119 planes by the end of 2012.

Lion Air general affairs director Edward Sirait said that the new aircraft would comprise Boeing 737-900 ERs. The company has targeted operating 178 Boeing 737-900 ERs.

“We will add 24 aircraft next year and will phase out MD-90 aircraft. We will send them back to its manufacturer in the US,” Edward said Friday in Jakarta as quoted by tribunnews.com.

According to Edward, Lion Air and its subsidiary Wings Air currently operate 99 aircraft, comprising 60 Boeing 737-900 ERs, two Boeing 747-400s, two Boeing 737-300s, nine Boeing 737-400s, four MD 90s, four MD 82s, three DASH 8 and 15 ATR-70s. (swd)
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