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Old March 21st, 2013, 05:29 PM   #1441
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So these will go to their Lion's new overseas subsidiaries?
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Old March 25th, 2013, 05:49 AM   #1442
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Here is an article by mypaper on Lion Air.


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Old March 26th, 2013, 12:35 PM   #1443
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Garuda Indonesia New Comercial in 2013



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Old April 2nd, 2013, 07:38 PM   #1444
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Lion Air seem to have plans for an even bigger fleet expansion.

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Lion Air Plans Asia to Australia Ventures With 1,000 Planes

Indonesia’s biggest private carrier is considering partnerships in Thailand, Myanmar, and Vietnam, Commercial Director Edward Sirait said in an interview yesterday. Lion Air, which has the world’s biggest order backlog for 559 narrow-body aircraft, aims to have 1,000 planes in 10 years, he said.

The carrier’s plan mirrors the strategy of AirAsia Bhd. (AIRA) that has set up ventures across the region to become Southeast Asia’s biggest discount operator.

“The plan A that we have is to put all these planes that we have ordered into operation,” Sirait said. “We also have plan B: if someone is keen to lease our planes of course we will do it.”
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Old April 8th, 2013, 08:03 AM   #1445
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Executive column: Citilink ready for growing airline industry

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If Garuda Indonesia has the “Quantum Leap Program”, Citilink has the “Mega Leap Program”. This program is designed to be the guideline to help the airline become more competitive in the industry. This program was implemented last year, along with brand promotion. We undertook a lot of promotion alongside brand awareness activities to make more people aware of Citilink because we are the new kid on Indonesia’s air transportation block.

This year, we are going to implement a network expansion program to increase our market share. We will increase our flight frequency from 98 flights daily in 2012 to 215 flights a day by the end of 2013. We also plan to fly in some of the stores left by the defunct Batavia Air because they are quite promising. We are currently processing the routes with the Transportation Ministry.
source: http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2...-industry.html
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Old April 8th, 2013, 08:07 AM   #1446
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Sriwijaya to fly on ex-Batavia route

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PT Sriwijaya Air has officially taken over one of Batavia Air's left-flight routes, connecting Surabaya, the capital of East Java and Palangka Raya, the capital of Central Kalimantan.

The airline will start flying the route, formerly served by the now defunct Batavia Air, on Monday, next week, Tribunenews.com reported on Saturday.

Agus Sudjono, corporate communication senior manager of PT Sriwijaya Air, said the airline would fly the route four times a week on Mondays,

Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. "We're still testing this new route and we will fly everyday if there is good demand," he said.
source: http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2...via-route.html
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Old April 10th, 2013, 09:03 AM   #1447
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Lion’s full service Batik Air to launch maiden flights

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Indonesia’s largest low-cost carrier, Lion Air, says its full-service Batik Air will start service this month, connecting Jakarta to Manado, North Sulawesi, and Balikpapan, East Kalimantan.

Lion Air general affairs director Edward Sirait said that the maiden flight of Batik Air would be on April 26.

“We will gradually operate more aircraft every year to expand our business,” Edward said in Jakarta on Tuesday on the sidelines of hearing with House of Representatives Commission V overseeing transportation.

Edward said that the first new Boeing B737-900 ER to be used by Batik Air would arrive from Seattle, the US, at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Cengkareng, Banten, on April 16. Plans call for Batik to offer 12 business class seats and 160 economy seats on the aircraft.

“We plan to operate six aircraft by the end of this year to connect major cities in Indonesia,” Edward said.
source: http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2...n-flights.html
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Old April 10th, 2013, 12:08 PM   #1448
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Let's focus on the aviation stuffs in this thread. If you want to discuss "What the EU did", please do so in respective threads. That does not belong here. Thanks.
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Old April 10th, 2013, 12:13 PM   #1449
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I have no idea why we (Indonesian) are buying Airbus planes... We should boycott Airbus products for what the EU did.

and i have no idea why Indonesia should blame Airbus for what the EU did... what's their fault?

AFAIK, Airbus has provided more benefit than Boeing. They allow PT.DI to make some parts for their civilian aircraft, and they grant a license for PT.DI to assemble some military aircraft in Indonesia. Boeing? the government have to wait until Lion Air made a record-breaking order just to get an offset agreement with them.
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Old April 14th, 2013, 05:18 AM   #1450
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Lion Air crashed in Bali Ngurah Rai Airport.


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The Boeing 737, operated by Indonesian carrier Lion Air, broke apart as it hit the water while coming in to land. Passengers described screams of panic and fears of drowning as the cabin plunged into shallow waters. Twenty-two passengers were taken ashore suffering broken limbs, head wounds and shock but, incredibly, all 108 people on board survived
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Old April 14th, 2013, 05:29 AM   #1451
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Lion Air crashed in Bali Ngurah Rai Airport.

source: http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2013...o-sea-off-bali
Oh wow. How did that happen, and where did that flight come from?
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Old April 14th, 2013, 05:41 AM   #1452
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The stricken plane was departing from BDJ airport (yep, BDJ) then via BDO airport it goes to the DPS airport (Source: Today's Kompas headline)
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Old April 14th, 2013, 05:56 AM   #1453
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The stricken plane was departing from BDJ airport (yep, BDJ) then via BDO airport it goes to the DPS airport (Source: Today's Kompas headline)
Oh wow, so it was operating a flight from Banjarmasin via Bandung to Denpasar? Was the aircraft bound for another destination from Denpasar? Plus I suspect that you live in Banjarmasin because I know the airport code for it (BDJ). And Bandung must be an alternate airport to Soekarno Hatta in Jakarta...
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Oh wow, so it was operating a flight from Banjarmasin via Bandung to Denpasar? Was the aircraft bound for another destination from Denpasar? Plus I suspect that you live in Banjarmasin because I know the airport code for it (BDJ). And Bandung must be an alternate airport to Soekarno Hatta in Jakarta...
i live in Bandung and it's really made me shocked. the real route before crashing is PLW-BPN-BDJ-BDO-DPS-BDO every JT(Lion Air) route bound from / to BDO it's use 738 only.

PK-LKS is RON at PLW at 12/4/2013 and early morning departure to BPN and continue it's flight to BDO via BDJ... PK-LKS is just 2months old!! before resgister as PK-LKS, the aircraft was register as 9M-LNB Malindo(Lion Group, based in KUL) only for promotional purpose.
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i live in Bandung and it's really made me shocked. the real route before crashing is PLW-BPN-BDJ-BDO-DPS-BDO every JT(Lion Air) route bound from / to BDO it's use 738 only.

PK-LKS is RON at PLW at 12/4/2013 and early morning departure to BPN and continue it's flight to BDO via BDJ... PK-LKS is just 2months old!! before resgister as PK-LKS, the aircraft was register as 9M-LNB Malindo(Lion Group, based in KUL) only for promotional purpose.
Oh dear. That's really sad and concerning, especially the aircraft, as you said, is just two months old. I wonder what the safety record of Lion Air is like, and if it continues to get newer B738s and B739s without adequate training, then it might spell trouble for the airline...

And by the way, how busy is Bandung Airport compared to Soekarno Hatta?
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Oh wow, so it was operating a flight from Banjarmasin via Bandung to Denpasar? Was the aircraft bound for another destination from Denpasar *1?Plus I suspect that you live in Banjarmasin because I know the airport code for it (BDJ) *2. And Bandung must be an alternate airport to Soekarno Hatta in Jakarta *3...
*1: See today(April 14th 2013)s headline on my local newspaper :

(see the one at the very right, PK-LKS' next destination (had it not have crashed) is Manado (MDC))
(headline on the left says 'Pilot [have for a while] slept at Banjarmasin')
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*3: Yup / , no wonder they're planning a new airport .
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Lion Air to cover medical expenses of crash victims

The Jakarta Post, Denpasar | Archipelago | Sun, April 14 2013, 1:40 PM

Lion Air has confirmed that it will cover medical expenses for 46 victims who sustained injuries when its Boeing 737-800 aircraft ditched in the sea off Ngurah Rai International Airport, on Saturday afternoon.
Several passengers are still undergoing medical treatment.
“All medical expenses of the passengers will be fully covered by Lion Air. There are regulations on their insurance obligations for passengers, and others,” said the Transportation Ministry’s air transportation director general, Herry Bakti S.Gumay, at press conference in Bali, on Saturday evening, as quoted by Kompas.com on Sunday.
Of total 101 passengers, 46 were taken to hospital with injuries ranging from minor wounds to severe physical trauma. Five passengers are still being treated at Kasih Ibu Hospital, Badung.
The Flight number JT-960 took off from Bandung at 12:35 p.m. after arriving from Banjarmasin, South Kalimantan. The accident took place at about 3:30 p.m. local time, 2:30 p.m. Jakarta time.(asw/ebf)
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All survive as Lion Air ditches



Nur Aminah, The Jakarta Post, Badung/Jakarta | Headlines | Sun, April 14 2013, 10:22 AM


Unexpected arrival: A passenger injured in the crash of Lion Air flight JT-960 receives treatment at Kasih Ibu Hospital in Bali. (JP/Agung Parameswara)
Landing at Ngurah Rai International Airport in Badung, Bali, usually provides passengers with a beautiful view of sandy beaches.

It was a different story for those on board Lion Air flight JT-960 yesterday. Instead of a smooth landing, the Boeing 737-800 they were aboard on ditched into the sea.

“We heard the flight attendant announce that we were about to land when suddenly the aircraft fell and we were in the sea,” said one of the passengers, Andis Prasetoyo, who suffered only slight injuries.

Flight JT-960 took off from Bandung at 12:35 p.m. and the accident took place at about 3:30 p.m. local time (2:30 p.m. Jakarta time).

All 108 people on board, 95 adult passengers, five children, one baby and seven crew members survived the impact. Two of the passengers were Singaporeans and one a French national.

The aircraft suffered damage to its fuselage and wings.

Rescue workers took 46 passengers and crew to a number of hospitals for treatment.

Most people were treated at Kasih Ibu Hospital in Kedonganan, which received 31 injured survivors. Sanglah General Hospital treated 10 people, three were sent to the BMC Hospital. Surya Husada Hospital and Kasih Ibu Hospital on Jl. Teuku Umar treated one person each.

Most people were suffering from shock or minor cuts and bruises from the impact. Other passengers who sustained minor injuries or suffered from shock were allowed to return home or go to their hotels.

Bali Police chief Insp. Gen. Arif Wachyunadi declined to comment on the reasons for the accident, saying it would be up to the National Transportation Safety Committee (KNKT) to reveal the cause after an investigation.

“We were very grateful that all passengers and crew were safe,” he told a press conference at the airport’s emergency operations center.

Arif applauded all parties that took part in the rescue such as the military, the National SAR Agency and locals, especially fishermen.

KNKT investigators were expected to arrive in Bali later on Saturday.

Following the incident, the airport was closed for about 90 minutes, reopening at 5 p.m. local time.

Three arriving flights were redirected to Lombok International Airport, while another eight were requested to hold for about 15 minutes in the air. Four departures were also delayed, head of the airport’s operation and readiness department, Tri Basuki, announced.

“We have secured the black box flight recorders, but have to wait for the KNKT investigators,” he added.

Tri added that the pilot, Capt. Mahlup Gozali, was still being treated and had not been questioned yet.

Lion Air general director Eduard Sirait told a press conference at the airlines’s office in Jakarta that Capt. Mahlup Gozali was a senior pilot.

“He has more than 10,000 flying hours experience. Before this flight, his health was good and after the incident his health was also reported to be good,” he said.

“The entire cabin crew, including the pilot, had met all the standard medical obligations,” he added.

Eduard explained that the 180-seater aircraft had been in operation for only two months.

“This is a new aircraft. We received the plane directly from Boeing in March 2013,” he said.

“The aircraft had met all standard operational procedures before leaving Bandung at 12:30 p.m.”

When asked about reporters in Bali being prohibited from covering the accident, he said that everything in the area belonged to the airport management authority and Lion Air had no authority on the issue.

Eduard also said that the airline would be ready to transport passengers to their hometowns as soon as they were ready to go back.

The airline will also pay compensations for any losses suffered by the passengers, he added.

State travel insurance company PT Jasa Raharja covers treatment expenses up to Rp 25 million (US$2.57 million) for passengers who are treated at hospital. As for out-patients, they will cover the treatment costs themselves. (hrl)
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Old April 17th, 2013, 03:56 PM   #1459
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'Extraordinary phenomenon hit Lion Air jet'
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A TORRENTIAL downpour engulfed the Lion Air plane that crashed in Bali at the weekend, a passenger said, describing how the sudden rain storm made the sky look "as if it was night".

"The final approach was fine," French businessman Jean Grandy, 49, told AFP, adding that the descent was smooth.

"It did not even accelerate, there were just a few metres left to reach the runway.

"Then suddenly, a cloud enveloped us. Torrents of water were pouring on us, it was an enormous downpour. It only lasted two, three minutes.

"It was almost as if it was night, even though the sun had been shining just before."

His testimony backs up the idea put forward by some analysts that the crash was caused by freak weather, as opposed to pilot error or a problem with the new Boeing 737-800 jet.

The Frenchman owns a factory that makes shoes and had been travelling from the city of Bandung on Java island to Bali, where he lives. Grandy said that the plane turned as one of the engines stopped working, before hitting the water. He was sitting just by the part of the plane that cracked open, he said, and helped a boy out of the jet before making several trips back to help others until rescuers arrived.

"The crew were exceptional. They took charge and only left once everyone else was out of the plane," he said.

"There is no objective reason to think that another plane would have done any better. It was an extraordinary phenomenon - torrents of water pouring down."

And the accident had not put him off using Lion Air - he plans to take a flight on the budget carrier from Bali to Jakarta on Wednesday.

Read more: http://www.news.com.au/travel/news/e...#ixzz2QgDUuTMO

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Standing applause for the Lion Air crews!

The crews have shown what makes them quality human beings, not just a crew!
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It seems like a microburst phenomenom
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