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Old May 13th, 2013, 06:39 PM   #1481
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Dont understand, why always refer it as CRK instead of CRJ..
CRK is three letter code for CRJ 1000
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Old May 13th, 2013, 06:43 PM   #1482
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Dont understand, why always refer it as CRK instead of CRJ..
maybe if they use the 10th alphabet (which is J), there will be a mis-understanding between the CRJ 1000 and CRJ itself as the main brand, so they use the next alphabet (K) as a aircraft code rather than J.... CMIIW
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Old May 13th, 2013, 07:38 PM   #1483
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maybe if they use the 10th alphabet (which is J), there will be a mis-understanding between the CRJ 1000 and CRJ itself as the main brand, so they use the next alphabet (K) as a aircraft code rather than J.... CMIIW
Because 'K" stands for 1000.
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Old May 20th, 2013, 01:01 PM   #1484
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Old May 22nd, 2013, 03:35 PM   #1485
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Lion Air to launch Thai subsidiary
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The plan by Lion Air, Indonesia's largest low-cost carrier, to join Thailand's hotly contested airline market is coming to fruition, six years after it was mooted. The Jakarta-based airline is setting up a subsidiary airline, Thai Lion Air, and has already started recruiting pilots, cabin attendants and ground staff.

Thai Lion Air intends to start its operation strongly with the deployment of up to six single-aisle twin-jet Boeing 737-800s and by using Bangkok's Don Mueang airport as its base, according to people with knowledge of the matter.

Woradej Harnprasert, director-general of the Civil Aviation Department, yesterday confirmed Lion Air is launching a Thai subsidiary, although the department has not yet received an application for air operator's certificate. The creation of Thai Lion Air comes in the form of joint venture with Thai entities, which are required by law to have a minimum 51% holding.

However, the identities of the entities remain a mystery.
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Old June 9th, 2013, 06:23 AM   #1486
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intermezzo about ID | Batik Air~

all images are not mine, all images from Instagram..


Meal Services dari ID:

Business Class

"Satay ayam for breakfast - Good Food - Good Service - Beautiful FA"
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Economy Class

"Nasi Ayam"
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"menu: sate lilit, ayam, buncis, udang, buah, kitkat, jus"
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" hot meals "
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" Inflight meal "
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-> it's look loke LCC I swear....


"#GarudaIndonesia vs #BatikAir"
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-> ID VS. GA?? ID win for this short flight snacks.. about services??


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as new airlines in Indonesia Batik Air still have lots of homework before really ready to compete with Garuda Indonesia as leading Full Service Carrier(FSC) in Indonesia.. about female FA uniform of Batik Air it's real Indonesia Traditional Kebaya...
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Old June 9th, 2013, 06:34 AM   #1487
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Pretty interesting! I know that Batik Air has PTV on board, but are there any plans to make them into AVOD as well? And, are there plans for the airline (owned by Lion Air Group) to get larger aircraft and fly to even more regional and international destinations? I know that Lion Air is a good low-cost carrier, but with the rise of Batik Air, I sense that it should operate the A330 or B777 in the process so that it can compete with Garuda Indonesia over time.
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Old June 9th, 2013, 06:48 AM   #1488
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Pretty interesting! I know that Batik Air has PTV on board, but are there any plans to make them into AVOD as well? And, are there plans for the airline (owned by Lion Air Group) to get larger aircraft and fly to even more regional and international destinations? I know that Lion Air is a good low-cost carrier, but with the rise of Batik Air, I sense that it should operate the A330 or B777 in the process so that it can compete with Garuda Indonesia over time.
Lion Air isn't good LCC and Lion isn't LCC BTW.. just medium carrier...

first Lion Group planning Batik to have 5 B787 by the end of 2015.. but the "everything can changes in Lion Group..." so maybe Lion Group will send 5 B787 for Malindo first..
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Old June 28th, 2013, 11:21 PM   #1489
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The 1st Garuda Indonesia Boeing 777-300ER has just recently arrived at CGK Airport :

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udah dari tadi malah sampainya di CGK....

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Old July 5th, 2013, 11:39 PM   #1490
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Boeing B777-300ER Interior pictures(and more)

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FA and Chef On Board


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Old July 6th, 2013, 12:56 AM   #1491
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Old July 17th, 2013, 05:11 PM   #1493
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Old July 17th, 2013, 11:07 PM   #1495
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Citilink eyes 100 new routes



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MALANG: PT Citilink Indonesia targeted 100 new routes throughout 2013, as the airline currently has 134 flights.

Citilink Vice President of Sales & Distribution Agus Irianto said the airline until April has already opened 11 new routes. Some of them to reinforce the already owned the airline.

"These include new route Malang-Jakarta which first flew on 28 April. Time slot of the Air Ministry and Abd Saleh Air Base was published," he said, on the sidelines of Travel Agent Gathering, Thursday (4/18).

While other routes, namely Jakarta-Semarang, Yogyakarta-Balikpapan, Solo, Balikpapan, Jakarta-Jambi, Jakarta-Palembang, Jakarta-Bengkulu, Jakarta-Pangkal Pinang, Jakarta-Tanjung Pandan, Jakarta, Ujung Pandang. and Makassar-Ambon.

The opening of the new route will also be supported new aircraft. Until the end of 2013, Citilink will add aircraft to 35 units consisting of Airbus 320 and Boeing 737-300. (Choirul Anam/tw)
http://en.bisnis.com/articles/citili...100-new-routes
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Lion Air Plans Asia to Australia Ventures With 1,000 Planes



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JAKARTA -- PT Lion Mentari Airlines plans to set up ventures across Asia and Australia to expand after placing orders of more than $45 billion with Airbus SAS and Boeing Co. in the past two years.

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. that has set up ventures across the region to become Southeast Asia’s biggest discount operator. Singapore Airlines Ltd. and Qantas Airways Ltd. are among companies that have also started budget airlines as Asia’s economic growth enables more people to fly for the first time.

“The outlook for budget carriers in the region is excellent,” Shukor Yusof, a Singapore-based aviation analyst at Standard & Poor’s, said by phone today. “You are looking at an annual growth of 12 to 15 % for discount carriers in this region.”

Lion is also setting up a Malaysian venture to challenge AirAsia’s grip on the region’s budget travel market. Malindo Airways, which will draw its fleet from planes ordered by Lion Air Group, aims to start flights this year.

Virgin, Tiger

Lion Air, based in Jakarta, is also considering a venture in Australia, as Qantas seeks to defend its 65 % market share in that country amid rising competition. Virgin Australia Holdings Ltd., which sold a stake to Singapore Air last year, is also seeking to build on alliances by acquiring Tiger Airways Holdings Ltd.’s Australian unit and regional carrier Skywest Airlines Ltd.

State-owned PT Garuda Indonesia last week said it would start a Sydney-to-London flight via Jakarta in the fourth quarter, competing with Qantas and Singapore Air. Qantas has formed an alliance with Emirates to cut travel times to Europe by using the Gulf carrier’s Dubai hub.

More than a dozen discount carriers began operations in Asia-Pacific in the past 15 years. Budget carriers’ market share in Asia-Pacific rose to 24 % last year from 1.1 % in 2001, according to CAPA Centre for Aviation, an industry consultancy. Total traffic for the region will expand 6.4 % a year during the next 20 years, Boeing has forecast.

“The venture in Myanmar and Vietnam could work as those are the markets that have not been penetrated enough,” S&P’s Yusof said.“With the number of aircraft that they are taking, they should do something there.”

Narrowbody Planes

That has spurred airlines to order more aircraft. AirAsia has built a backlog of 359 narrowbody planes, according to Bloomberg Industries. The Malaysian carrier has set up ventures in the Philippines, Japan, Thailand, India and Indonesia.

“The economic growth in this region has been strong and this will translate to air travel demand,” Sirait said. “Lion Air is anticipating this by ordering these aircraft early. We want to set up partnerships in a number of countries.”

Asia will be able to take in more aircraft as economic growth and a population of more than 3 billion people will sustain travel demand, Tony Fernandes, head of AirAsia, said last month. The region, which has 10 times the population of the U.S., has about a third of the number of aircraft, according to Fernandes.

Lion Air started operations from Indonesia in 2000 with one aircraft, according to the airline’s website. The carrier was the launch customer for Boeing’s 737-900ER, and currently serves more than 36 destinations.

Lion Air agreed to buy 234 Airbus planes last month, its second commitment in two years to purchase more than 200 planes. Most aircraft on its fleet will be used to service Indonesian operations, Sirait said. The airline has a total of 700 planes on order, including turboprop aircraft.

“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.” (Bloomberg/msw)
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A 320-200
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http://airteamimages.com/airbus-a320...643_large.html
Whoa, 100 new routes? Will those include international routes too? I mean, with many A320s operated by the airline, I must say that Citilink is a fast-growing subsidiary of Garuda Indonesia that could rival Lion Air, Mandala, and AirAsia at some point... and by the way, is the airline planning to get other aircraft types too to expand even further within Indonesia?
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Yes, that many.
And No, they aren't.

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Yes, that many.
And Yes, they are (CMIIW) planning to add the ATR72 to their fleet.
Geeze... will that include international routes too? I mean, for an airline to plan that many new routes, it'd mean either Jakarta, Surabaya, and Denpasar will get additional new services, or the airline could mount new routes from secondary airports, from Medan to Manado to Jayapura, to make such an expansion possible. Perhaps the airline could get the CRJ-1000 too as a side order from Garuda Indonesia as well... or maybe not?
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The CRK's are for GA 's use only.
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