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Old June 20th, 2007, 03:06 AM   #121
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Boeing, Lion Air Announce Order for 40 737-900ERs

Announcement brings Lion Air's combined 737-900ER orders to 100

LE BOURGET, France, June 18 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- The Boeing
Company (NYSE: BA) and Jakarta-based Lion Air today announced that the
airline has ordered an additional 40 737-900ER (Extended Range) airplanes. Valued at more than $3 billion at list prices, today's announcement brings Lion Air's combined orders for the 737-900ER to 100.

Boeing Commercial Airplanes President and CEO Scott Carson, Lion Air founder and President Director Rusdi Kirana, and Boeing Commercial
Airplanes Vice President, Sales, Dinesh Keskar announced the order at a
special event at the Paris Air Show. The order was recently included on the Boeing Commercial Airplanes Orders and Deliveries Web site, attributed to an unidentified customer.

"We are thrilled that Lion Air has chosen the Next-Generation 737 to play a key role in its plans for growth and market leadership," Carson said. "Lion Air's selection of the 737 to support its strategic expansion and fleet modernization validates the superior economics and value the 737s offers to airlines. It is the most efficient single-aisle airplane
operating in today's market."

The 737-900ER, the newest member of the Next-Generation 737 airplane family, increases the capability of the 737 by carrying more passengers and flying farther.

"Today's announcement is a great achievement for Lion Air as we are the world's largest operator of the 737-900ER," said Kirana. "The 737 is the right plane to support our growing route structure throughout Southeast
Asia."

Boeing launched the 737-900ER program in July 2005 when Lion Air
announced the initial order for 30 of the newest 737 model. In July 2006, the airline announced an additional order for 30 737-900ERs. Lion Air received the first 737-900ER in April when the airplane was delivered in a special dual paint scheme that combined the Lion Air lion on the vertical stabilizer and the Boeing livery colors on the fuselage. The airline will receive a total of seven 737-900ERs in 2007.

The 737-900ER incorporates a new pair of exit doors and a flat,
rear-pressure bulkhead that allow a maximum capacity of 220 passengers in a single-class layout. Aerodynamic and structural design changes, including strengthened wings, a two-position tailskid, enhancements to the leading and trailing-edge flap systems, optional Blended Winglets, and auxiliary fuel tanks will allow the 737-900ER to accommodate higher takeoff weights and increase its range to 3,200 nautical miles (5,900 km).

The 737-900ER, with two auxiliary tanks, will have substantial economic advantages over competing models, including 7 percent lower operating costs per trip and 6 percent lower operating costs per seat, and 400 nautical miles more range than the A321, which is more than 9,620 pounds (4,370 kg) heavier. The 737-900ER joins the 737-600, -700, -700ER and -800 airplanes and will share the same industry-leading reliability of the other Next-Generation 737 series models.

As of May 31, 2007, eight customers have placed orders for 169
Next-Generation 737-900ERs. The 737 is the best-selling commercial jetliner in history, with more than 7,000 orders to more than 240 customers around the world. Boeing has more than 1,500 unfilled orders for the airplane with a value exceeding $100 billion at current list prices.

Lion Air operates an all-Boeing fleet and is the largest low-cost
airline in Asia, with traffic approaching 1 million passengers per month since the airline began operations in June 2000.

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Order 100 737-900ER??? WOW great airlines!!!
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South Sulawesi island??I think Indonesia have more good looking airport there, and it will be the nicest one
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Mandala Airlines has signed a contract for 25 A320s and has become the first customer for the type from Indonesia. The airline already holds the status of being the first Indonesian carrier to operate A320s following the entry into service of the first of two leased aircraft in December 2006. The new A320s will be used to replace old generation Boeing 737-200s on Mandala Airlines' widespread domestic network that extends to over 20 destinations. The A320s will be configured with 180 economy class seats.

More than 5,000 A320 family aircraft have been ordered by customers worldwide, over 1,100 of which are from full-service and low-cost airlines in the Asia-Pacific region. The A320 has a widespread reputation for high dispatch reliability even on short hops, with wide aisles facilitating quick turnarounds for efficient operations.

"With this order, Mandala will enter a new era in terms of advanced aircraft technology and passenger comfort", said Diono Nurjadin, President Director Mandala Airlines, "The A320 will offer our passengers the highest levels of travel comfort whilst allowing us to benefit from their unbeatable economics including but not limited to lower fuel burn, reduced maintenance costs, lower direct operating costs and higher residual values. We are ready to expand our network from West to East Indonesia with the A320."

"I am delighted to welcome Mandala Airlines as a new customer for the best selling A320, which represents a major breakthrough for Airbus in the rapidly growing Indonesian air transport market." said John Leahy, Chief Operating Officer – Customers, Airbus. "The airline took a pioneering step by introducing the low-cost, high comfort A320 to the domestic market last year and I am pleased to see this successful initiative leading to a major order from Indonesia."

The A318, A319, A320 and A321 make up the world's best-selling commercial jetliner. Designed to optimise revenue through cabin adaptability and passenger comfort and featuring the most modern and complete fly-by-wire technology available on any single-aisle aircraft, they ensure savings in every element of direct operating cost and provide operators with the highest degree of operational commonality and economy for aircraft in the 100-220 seat category. Additional technology features include advanced fuel-saving aerodynamics, including winglets and the widespread application of weight-saving carbon fibre composite.

The A320 Family's optimised cabin cross-section - the widest single-aisle fuselage on the market - sets new standards for passenger cabin flexibility in this segment. It allows for top-of-the-range comfort with wider seats and aisles, or an extra-wide aisle for the fast turnarounds that are essential in the low-cost markets. Furthermore, the superior cabin size and shape allow larger overhead stowage to be fitted for faster boarding and deplaning as well as greater convenience.

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I'm glad to see Lion order the Boeing 737-900ER's but why do they need long range 737's? I wonder where they expect to expand to.
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Old June 25th, 2007, 06:01 PM   #125
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Lion Air Now has 100 New Aircraft on the Order Books in Order to Exploit Open-Skies Policies Set to be Introduced in ASEAN in 2010.


(6/22/2007) Indonesia's Lion Air has placed an order for 40 next-generation Boeing 737-900ER aircraft with an estimated value of US$ 3 billion. Aiming to become a player on the international and regional aircraft industry scene, Lion Air now has 100 new aircraft on order for delivery through 2013.

The most recent purchase contract was signed at a ceremony held at Le Bourget Airport during the Paris Air Show 2007. The President Director of Lion Air, Rusdi Kirana, told the press that the purchase was part of the Company's strategy to remain competitive in the face of the liberalization of ASEAN skies in 2010. "Perhaps some people see our increase in armada as overly-ambitious for Lion Air, but when 'open skies' come (in 2010) the 100 aircraft we've ordered will still prove insufficient to satisfy the development of the national aviation market," explained Kirana.

New Routes Planned

As part of its future growth plan, Lion Air plans to introduce new regional routes by the end of the current year including Jakarta-Hong Kong, Surabaya-Hong Kong, Medan-New Delhi, Medan-Madra, and Medan-Mumbai.

The Boeing 737-900ER aircraft ordered by Lion Air can carry 220 passengers
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Old June 28th, 2007, 05:33 PM   #126
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EU bans all Indonesian airlines from its airspace

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - All Indonesian airlines including national carrier Garuda will be banned from flying to the European Union within a week, the European Commission said on Thursday, updating a "blacklist" of carriers deemed unsafe.

Indonesian carriers do not currently fly to Europe so the ban is also a warning to the 27-nation EU's consumers and travel agencies not to use the country's airlines, an EU official said.

"European citizens should avoid flying with these carriers," the official said. "They are really unsafe."


Garuda engineers are seen servicing a plane at the Sukarno Hatta airport in Jakarta in this March 14, 2007 file photo. All Indonesian airlines including national carrier Garuda will be banned from flying to the EU within a week, the European Commission said on Thursday, updating a "blacklist" of carriers deemed unsafe. (REUTERS/Dadang Tri/Files)

Angola's TAAG Angolan Airlines and Volare Aviation Enterprise of Ukraine would also be banned, the EU executive said. Ten Russian airlines, six from EU member Bulgaria and eight from Moldova will cease operations within the bloc.

"The EU blacklist will prove to be an essential tool not only to prevent unsafe airlines from flying to Europe ... but also to make sure that airlines and civil aviation authorities take appropriate actions to improve safety," Transport Commissioner Jacques Barrot said in a statement.

Meanwhile, a ban on most aircraft operated by Pakistan International Airlines (PIA), in force since March, will be lifted for specific Boeing 747 and Airbus 310 planes, it said. The carrier's fleet of Boeing 777s remains authorised.

The Indonesian carrier ban applies to all 51 airlines certified in that country.

The decision, following advice from an EU air safety committee, is expected to be formalised within a week.

The Commission advised EU countries to start preparing for the ban immediately.
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He he he he.. Is it the end of this world??? I think not I still flight with Garuda in Indonesia, don't you worry
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Satisfied with the results of a safety audit on a Garuda Indonesia airplane, Japan's Civil Aviation Bureau (CAB) announced last week that the carrier was allowed to operate in the country.

"We were so glad the moment we received the final results," said Garuda country manager for Japan, China, South Korea and the United States, Arif Wibowo, as quoted by Antara on Saturday.

The result adds to the debate over Garuda's safety standards. The airline was classified as unfit to fly by the European Commission and banned from traveling to the region, along with 50 other Indonesian airlines.

The ban, which came into effect on July 6, had no direct affect on Garuda as it had not resumed its Jakarta-Amsterdam flight, which stopped in 2004, but was regarded as damaging to Indonesia's tourism industry, as well as other sectors.

After a day-long audit Friday, the CAB inspection team concluded that Garuda was committed to complying with Japan's airline security and safety regulations.

The CAB said there was no reason for the Japanese government to ban its citizens from flying with Garuda.

Garuda has daily flights from to Tokyo via Denpasar and Jakarta and flies four times a week from Jakarta to Osaka.

Last year, 387,571 passengers flew on Garuda to Japan, while 157,183 have traveled on the same routes since the beginning of this year.

Garuda spokesperson Pudjobroto said the airline was planning to reopen its Nagoya route, which was closed in 2004 following the impact of the second Bali bombing on the travel industry.

"We are satisfied with what the CAB has done. This inspection has given back Garuda its confidence in operating in Japan," Garuda reservation coordinator for sales in Japan, Kemaru Okatomo said.

Transportation Ministry Director General for Air Transportation Budhi Mulyaman said he was thankful for the CAB's decision and added that the result would provide a boost to the government in its commitment to improving the country's aviation safety standards.

Japan is the second country to lend its support to the airline following Australia, which said earlier that Garuda complied with international safety standards.

The Australian Embassy in Jakarta said early last week that Australia's Civil Aviation Safety Authority had confirmed that a series of spot checks on Garuda this year had not identified any major problems.

Garuda has also received support from International Civil Aviation Organization president Robert Kobeh Gonzales, who said Indonesia was on the right track to improving its air safety standards and that the EU ban might have resulted from "misinformation".

The EU said Friday it would send a team of its own experts to Indonesia to assess the safety standards of Indonesian airlines.
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GARUDA Airlines is almost certain to keep flying Australian passengers despite a move by the European Union to bar it and all other Indonesian airlines from flying in European air space.

Australian aviation safety authorities will examine the EU move but are stopping well short of suggesting that Australia will consider a similar ban.

European air safety experts this week recommended that Indonesia's 51 airlines should all be placed on a list of carriers banned from carrying passengers or cargo in the EU because they are considered unsafe.

A blanket ban suggests EU regulators are concerned by systemic failings in Jakarta's regulation of its aviation industry.

A spokeswoman for the Minister for Transport, Mark Vaile, said yesterday the Government was seeking more information on the reasons for the European ban. But she said the Civil Aviation Safety Authority had carried out three inspections of Garuda's Australian operations this year and concluded that the airline met Australian safety standards.

An authority spokesman said it had re-examined Garuda's record after a crash of one of the airline's jets in Yogyakarta in March in which 21 people died, including five Australians.

Garuda's NSW sales manager, Kerry Timms, said it appeared European authorities were dissatisfied with the Indonesian Directorate-General of Civil Aviation's regulation of the Indonesian airline industry.

"There has been massive growth in the number of carriers in Indonesia in recent years, and it appears that the European authorities are not confident that the Indonesian authorities are controlling that adequately."

But he insisted that Garuda was safe. "We are totally confident in our safety systems, training, procedures, management and control.

"We are sure we are on a par with any international carrier. We are Indonesia's national carrier, we have been a member of the International Air Transport Association for many years and we have been flying to Australia without any issues."

CASA's spokesman said the regulator relied largely on advice from its international counterparts when considering applications by foreign airlines to fly to this country.

But it carried out spot checks of international airlines in Australia, examined their aircraft, their operational documentation and interviewed their pilots.

The Sydney Airport chief, Max Moore-Wilton, conceded that air freight security was a "work in progress" after revelations that security agencies are alarmed about security failings surrounding cargo that travels on passenger jets.

His comments came as the Labor leader, Kevin Rudd, demanded that the Federal Government make good on its two-year-old promise to bring in mandatory screening of air cargo on passengers jets.

The pledge, made after a damning report on aviation security by the British expert Sir John Wheeler, was secretly dumped this year by Mr Vaile.

"We're now some six years after September 11, some two years after the Wheeler report and still we have these practices when it comes to the non-screening of cargo luggage on passenger aircraft," Mr Rudd said. "This is the government which constantly prides itself in its credentials on national security."

Mr Vaile's office declined to offer a response yesterday.
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You know Garuda is more than welcome to re-route it's European flights through Belgrade We are not in the EU and we are more than happy to have more connections to Asian cities. By the way,Sultan Hassanuddin International Airport is shaping up nicely.
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I think Garuda is not in any hurry to return to Europe.
It's not the ban. There are simply not enough demands to justify any flights there.

Between Europe and Indonesia there are already many better choices.
Better quality e.g. SQ, CX, MH
Better price e.g. QR, EK

I think GA should just first get their acts together. They can't even get their regional operation right. (too much goverment intervention??)
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How to people find flights on these Indonesian carriers? If you try to book a flight on Garuda, Lion or Mandala they want you to look up a schedule and it's hard to find a price. If you look at American, Continental or Southwest for example you can get the schedule, price and ticket in just a few minutes.

Maybe people find flights the way people did before people booked online and I'm not sure how that was done since the first time I flew in about 10 years was 2004.

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Annual haze disrupts flights in Indonesia
15 July 2007

JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) - Smoke from land-clearing fires disrupted flights serving Indonesia's part of Borneo island as the country entered its annual dry season, a local official said Sunday.

The haze has covered the city of Pontianak in western Borneo over the past two days, delaying flights Sunday morning because of reduced visibility, local airport chief Syamsul Bachrie said.

Haze from forest fires, frequently deliberately lit by Indonesian land and plantation owners to clear land cheaply, has become a regular problem for large parts of Southeast Asia over the last 10 years.

"For safety reason, no flights were made this morning," Bachrie said, but added visibility had improved by midday and flights resumed over the rest of the day.

He said, however based on past experience, the haze would likely continue disrupting flights over at least the next couple of days.

Indonesia has predicted the haze will be much lighter this year because of greater efforts to combat the fires, which scientists say pump large amounts of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.

The annual smog has caused health problems and billions of dollars of losses from falling tourism revenue and flight delays in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand since 1997, when it first began.

The country is the third-highest emitter of carbon dioxide worldwide, mostly due to the fires, scientists say.
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I hope Garude will fly to Europe (Holland) again one day. There is a proffitable market for Indonesia-flights. In the Netherlands are more than 1.5 million people with Indonesian roots. Now there are flying with other Asian carriers or with KLM or Lufthansa.
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Vice President M Jusuf Kalla said the extended parts of Hasanuddin Airport and the toll road were expected to have been operational by the end of 2007.

"The facilities supporting the air and land traffic as well as luxurious building Fajar Graha Pena (Fajar daily group) must have been fully operational by the end of the year," Kalla said at the soft opening of Fajar Graha Pena building here Sunday.

The project on the extended part of Hasanuddin airport, which started four years ago, spent about Rp800 billion for the establishment of a passenger terminal, a runway and an aircraft parking area while the extention of the toll road cost Rp1.5 trillion.

"As to me, those facilities must be built with high spirit, strong will and sound mind," the vice president said, adding that the projects were conducted to meet university students` demands for better public facilities.

"So, the students` demands are good and directed to positive goals to create better development," he added.

The students made the demands as a spirit to make a greater effort for better development of the province (South Sulawesi) and the country, and such a measure was important to maintain the sustainable development, he said.

The students` demands were then followed up by South Sulawesi provincial legislative council (DPRD) chairman Agus Arifin Nu`mang and Deputy Chairman of the People`s Consultative Assembly (MPR) Aksa Machmud by making a comparative study on airport and toll road development in Germany.

Meanwhile, Fajar Group President Director Alwi Hamu said the 17-storey multipurpose building is the most luxurious one outside Java.

Besides serving as a supporting facility for 11 local mass media under Fajar Group like Fajar daily, Berita Kota daily, Ujungpamdang Ekspres, Parepare Pos, Palopo Pos, Kendari Ekspres and Radar Ekspres, the building is also rented for banking and business activities. (*)
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GMF AeroAsia To be Partnership with MTU Maintenance Zhuhai

In order to broaden its market and to improve its ability in maintaining the aircraft, PT GMF AeroAsia and MTU Maintenance Zhuhai, an engine manufacturer wich the base in Germany, has agreed to enter a partnership. The agreement signed on 27 August 2007 by President GMF AeroAsia, Mr. Agus Sudarya and Marketing & Sales MTU Maintenace Zhuhai, Johan Van Der Sluis in GMF AeroAsia Building, Cengkareng, Soekarno-Hatta Airport, Jakarta – Indonesia. The signing also witnessed by Minister of State Owned Enterprise of Indonesia, Mr. Sofyan Djalil, and President & CEO Garuda Indonesia, Mr. Emirsyah Satar.

The Partnership will be three years period with two years extension options with contract value of USD100 million and will be evaluated later based on the increasing volume material gained in the future.

The partnership between GMF Aerosia and MTU Maintenance will focus on the maintenance of CFM56-3 engine, the engine which is operated by Boeing B-737 classic aircraft and used by the majority of airline in Indonesia. Garuda Indonesia is one of the airline which use this type of engine and predicted, more than 200 unit engine of CFM56-3 are currently used actively by some airline in Indonesia, furthermore, the industry in Indonesia is increase by 20 percent per year.

Agus Sudarya, President GMF AeroAsia said that this partnership is very important for his company since it will be contributing to benefit for GMF AeroAsia to support its activity especially in engine maintenance which need big capital. Through this partnership, GMFAero Asia is expected to minimize Turn Around Time, cost of maintenance, and able to improve the quality of product of aircraft maintenance. These three factors will be good selling points of GMF AeroAsia to the customers.

Johan Van der Sluis, Marketing and sales MTU Maintenance Zhuhai expresses his happiness on the realization of this partnership. “We are honored for this outstanding opportunity to be in partnership with GMF AeroAsia. One of some reasons to partner with GMF AeroAsia is because of good opportunity and good market of CFM56-3 engine maintenance in Indonesia is very wide. With 20 per cent increasing per year of industry in Indonesia, Van der Sluis optimis the airline industry in Indonesia need the maintenance support which meet their expectation.

MTU maintenance Zhuhai is a joint venture between MTU Aero Engines and China Southern that focus on the maintenance of V2500 and CFM56-3 engines. This company also will include the maintenance of CFM56-5B and CFM56-7 as their new portfolio. MTU Aero Engines also well known as engine manufacturer in Germany by international institutions.
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