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Old October 23rd, 2007, 02:06 AM   #161
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New international airport in the plans for Bali

DENPASAR, 21 October 2007 - Jembrana Regency in the west of Bali has drawn up a plan to construct its own international airport, and is awaiting the go-ahead, and funds totaling some US$110 million, from the central government to proceed with the ambitious project, officials said. A feasibility study has just been completed on a Jembrana International City Airport, but there were indications of resistance to the project from the Bali government, said Regent I Gede Winasa.

"As long as there is no goodwill from the provincial government, then efforts to develop Bali will never come to fruition," he said. The proposed airport would take some of the strain off the island's only existing international airport, Ngurah Rai in southern Tuban, he said. Ngurah Rai airport, just 13 kilometers from the island's capital Denpasar, is currently in the midst of a multimillion-dollar, large-scale expansion plan, which includes bigger international and domestic terminals to handle rising numbers of passengers, as well as possibly extending its sole runway.

However, Winasa said it was not possible to expand Ngurah Rai International Airport much more, as it was fenced in by beaches that are protected. "From an environmental perspective, the expansion of Ngurah Rai airport is no longer possible, because the beaches surrounding it are protected from erosion." Jembrana, in the west of the island, was a more suitable location for a busy international airport, said Winasa.

"Jembrana is a good alternative because it accommodates all the requirements for an international airport," he said. The plans call for the airport to be built on 600 hectares of land in the Pekutatan plantation area; it would have a 3,600-meter-long runway, far more than Ngurah Rai’s current 3,000 meters, though there are plans underway, however controversial, to extend it a further 600 meters, into mangrove swamp areas that would be reclaimed.

A toll road would be built to link the proposed Jembrana airport to the rest of the island, most notably key southern tourism areas. Meanwhile, officials at the Ministry of Culture and Tourism in Jakarta said the Jembrana plan was being forwarded to President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono and the Ministry of Transportation. Senior official at the Ministry of Culture and Tourism I Ketut Wiryadinata said the airport could be a viable alternative to the expansion difficulties faced by Ngurah Rai airport, which was not able to adequately accommodate the amount of tourists coming into Bali. "The current airport is already at its maximum, and it is difficult for more expansion to be done because of the limited land," he said.

In August this year, the average number of visitors to Bali was 5,400 per day, increasing to 6,000 in September, he said, adding that by 2010, the government was targeting up to 11,000 per day arriving in Bali. Wiryadinata said Ngurah Rai airport hampered tourism in Bali, as it could not accommodate more people. "Ngurah Rai airport is not capable of serving most tourism agencies from Europe, which often use big airplanes. They are unable to get direct access to Bali, especially when there are no airlines flying from Bali to Europe," he said.

According to Wiryadinata, the international airport proposed by Jembrana Regency meets the structural criteria for an airport, which requires a remote location, outside the center of a city. "An international airport in Jembrana would also increase the development of other means of transport. It's even possible that there would be a toll road from Jembrana to Denpasar and even to Karangasem."

He said that if the President agreed with the plan, the central government would put the plan into its 2008 development program. "Then the House of Representatives will discuss the plan with the president. If an agreement is reached, the project will be started in 2009," he said. One local industry analyst, Jack Daniels of Bali Discovery Tours, said either an overhaul of the existing airport was required, or that a new airport be built.


An areal image of the current airport just south of the main tourist district of Bali. © Google.

"Clearly, Bali needs more air-handling capacity to serve the new generation of aircraft and long-distance flights. Whether Bali expands its current airport at Tuban or builds a new airport in Jembrana, the right decision will only be made if it is part of a long-term macro-view of Bali," he told The Bali Times. "If an airport is seriously being considered for Jembrana, then other questions arise: Will the planning and budgeting for that facility contemplate the many environmental impacts? The need for an entire road system or mass transport system to connect the airport? And, the negative impact on local communities of a new airport project?"

Daniels advised caution, however, in a rush to build a new airport. "There is a tendency in Bali to push on with every project, taking the attitude that we'll deal with the problems later as they arise. We build hotels at the end of village roads too small to serve them; erect monuments that stand half-built due to a lack of planning and funding; develop golf courses in areas already suffering severe water shortages; and issue building permits for hotels and villas without the faintest idea on how to supply electricity from an already severely burdened power grid."

"The decision on how to address the need for more air capacity in Bali needs to be taken carefully by people setting aside any personal narrow interests in favor of a more measured, island-wide perspective."
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Old October 23rd, 2007, 02:27 AM   #162
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Garuda to reopen Denpasar-Nagoya route

Tokyo (ANTARA News) - National flag carrier Garuda Indonesia will reopen its Denpasar-Nagoya route beginning in June 2008 using Airbus 330s which have 300 seats including 42 in the business-class compartment, a spokesperson said.

"The Denpasar-Nagoya route was closed early this year for security reasons. Garuda will reopen it and serve the route on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays," Garuda`s regional manager for Japan, South Korea, China and the United States M. Arif Wibowo said here Friday.

The decision to reopen the route was made based on a market research which showed the cargo business potential on the route was big, he said.

Arif said his office would send officials to Bali later this week to hold a meeting with the business community in Bali and to Nagoya in October for the same purpose.

Garuda is currently flying a Tokyo-Denpasar-Jakarta route every day and an Osaka-Denpasar route five times a week.

The Denpasar-Nagoya route was closed following two deadly Bali bombings in 2002 and 2005 which had a negative impact on the tourist industry in the world renown resort island, Arif said.

According to the Bali Tourism Board 2006, the number of Japanese tourist arrivals in Bali last year was recorded at 255,767 or the largest number among foreign tourist arrivals, followed by Australia, Europe and the United States.

The number of Japanese tourists visiting Bali reached 20.54 percent of a total of 1,137,469 foreign tourists arriving in Bali last year. The number of Australian tourists who traveled to Bali stood at 10.37 percent in the same period. (*)
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Old October 23rd, 2007, 05:18 PM   #163
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Old October 23rd, 2007, 07:07 PM   #165
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Indonesian budget airlines to take flight in 2008

Indonesian budget airlines to take flight in 2008
Oct 23, 07 | 10:47 am



BY Stéphane Hanot l eTN Asia/Pacific Staff writer
While Indonesia's aviation record is under scrutiny over recent plane crashes, the country's budget airlines are looking at expanding overseas. Next year might see a shift in the development of Indonesian carriers. Until now, airlines emphasis has been on domestic developments with traffic soaring from less than 8 million passengers in 2000 to 34 million last year. So far, most of the budget carriers offer only one or two daily flights to Singapore or Malaysia.



As countries in Southeast Asia move towards an open sky policy from 2009 and with the possible abolition of the fiscal tax on overseas travels for Indonesian citizens, Indonesian airlines have started to position themselves on international destinations. Flying to neighboring countries should not be a problem as Indonesia has fairly liberal air agreements with its neighbors.

Indonesia AirAsia is the first to move forward. The airline already flies to Kuala Lumpur and has just launched flights from Jakarta and Palembang to Johor Bahru, near the Singapore border.

In an unexpected move, Indonesia AirAsia is to launch a daily flight between Jakarta and Bangkok by November 1st. Thai Airways recently added a second daily flight to Jakarta and competition will now be tough on fares. Promotional fares on Jakarta-Bangkok are currently sold at US$98 a return (including taxes), a real bargain compared to the cheapest fares offered by both Garuda (US$310) or Thai Airways (US$370).

Indonesia AirAsia also has to begin service to Penang and Macau in a near future.

Another airline actively planning its international development is Lion Air. With the accelerated delivery of some of its 122 ordered Boeing 737-900 ER, the Indonesian carrier is expectedly setting its focus on venturing abroad. “We plan to launch during the first quarter of 2008 new flights to Hong Kong from Jakarta and Surabaya as well as flights on the Jakarta-Bali-Perth route,” declared Lion Air communications director Hasyim Arsal Alhabsi. “During the second quarter, we want to start flights to India from Jakarta via Medan and plans to serve Bangkok from Jakarta as well as Singapore from Medan and Surabaya.”

Another Indonesian carrier looking to expand outside Indonesia is Mandala Air. Managed by the US group Indigo Partners, the company has transformed itself from a legacy into a budget airline. According to the airline spokesman Alexius Widjojo, Mandala will launch before the end of the year round trips from Jakarta to Penang and Singapore.
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Old October 30th, 2007, 02:26 AM   #166
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Garuda posts US$24 million profit in first nine months of 2007

JAKARTA (Antara): Garuda Indonesia announced Monday its profit in the first nine months of 2007 jumped 150 percent to Rp 218 billion (US$24 million) from the same period last year when it suffered a loss of Rp 436 billion.

"This is far better than in the same period over the past three years when we always suffered losses. In the same period last year, we suffered a loss of Rp 436 billion," Garuda Indonesia President Director Emirsyah Satar said.

The profit was the result of the company's programs to restructure its routes, keep down operating costs and make maximum use of planes, he said.

He said the number of passengers traveling on Garuda planes in the January-September 2007 period rose 9 percent to 6.1 million from 5.6 million in the same period last year. (***)
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Hi friends, great and interesting news about Indonesian aviation.

Just I got a question: Garuda Indonesia is still alive? is still flying?

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Old October 30th, 2007, 09:50 AM   #168
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Yes, Garuda is still around, but its international network has shrunk considerably.
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US declares Bali airport safe

Denpasar (ANTARA News) - The US government has declared that Ngurah Rai international airport here meets international flight security standards set by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), a report said.

The decision was made based on an evaluation conducted by the US Transportation Security Administration (TSA), the US Embassy`s charge d`affairs John Heffern said in a press release issued here Wednesday.

The embassy praised Ngurah Rai international airport`s security management for its effort to improve its security standards for the past two years.

According to the statement, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) had instructed all airport managements in the US to revoke a public warning on security at Ngurah Rai international airport which was issued on December 23, 2005.

DHS told all airlines that notifications to buy tickets for travel to Bali were no longer needed.

US law requires DHS to evaluate security at airports which serve flights to the US.

About 10,000 participants around the globe will attend the 13th UN conference on climate change in the world-renowned resort island of Bali in December.

The Bali conference will seek to lay the groundwork for a new climate deal to replace the Kyoto Protocol that expires in 2012. (*)
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Yes, Garuda is still around, but its international network has shrunk considerably.
and still my favorite flight

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Garuda Indonesia..

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Garuda Indonesia..

Those are planes for haaj season rite ?....rented from KLM if i'm not mistaken...
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That's right, they have flight Palembang - Jeddah for a haj Season
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Aircraft order increase will help Lion spread wings
2 November 2007
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Lion Mentari Airlines, Indonesia's biggest private airline, is looking for overseas acquisitions and plans to expand its fleet in an effort to become one of the leading carriers in the region.

Rusdi Kirana, chief executive of the low-cost airline, said the initial target was to acquire or set up airlines in Thailand, Vietnam, Bangladesh and Malaysia.

Lion has also increased its order for Boeing's 737-900ER from the 100 aircraft previously announced to 122. It has a fleet of 36, including four 737-900ERs.

"Thailand will be first because the airline industry there is much freer than in Malaysia," he said. "We already have a shortlist of airlines and we hope to complete a deal so we can start flying by August next year. If we can acquire we will, if not we will set up a new airline."

Lion is mainly a domestic airline, the only international flights being daily runs to Kuala Lumpur and Penang in Malaysia, and Singapore.

The airline is due to launch routes to Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam in December and to Hong Kong early next year.

Lion, which launched in 2000, was one of the first airlines to take advantage of deregulation in Indonesia's aviation sector.

There are now dozens of airlines in the country and passenger numbers have soared from 6.3m in 1999 to 34m last year.

The expansion in Indo-nesia's airline sector has been at the cost of safety, however, and there have been several accidents, in-cluding two big crashes this year.

In July the European Union banned Indonesian airlines from its airspace and recommended its citizens not to fly within the archipelago on safety grounds.

Lion's last fatal crash, in December 2004, involved an MD-82 aircraft skidding off the runway in Solo, central Java, killing 31 people.

"We don't want to change our image (as a low-cost

carrier) but we are working to improve reliability, boost growth and raise profits," Mr Rusdi said, citing the acquisition of the new aircraft as a plank in the strategy.

Dudi Sudibyo, the editor of Angkasa, an Indonesian flight magazine, said he was not yet convinced Lion could become a serious competitor to AirAsia of Malaysia or Kingfisher of India.

"They're not professional enough. They're still in a learning process," he said. "They'll certainly expand but by how much I don't know."
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isn't it too much? 122 739s?? why dont they save the money for buying wide-body planes (in future)? even India's Kingfisher orders A380 cmiiw
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Really interesting. Lion Air following in the footsteps of AirAsia, Jetstar and Tiger in forming ventures/acquisitions overseas.

If its plans come to fruition, it could mean that its 122 B739s will be sufficient for its bases. AirAsia has 100+ aircraft coming into service too.

To compare it to Kingfisher is just wrong. Kingfisher is a full-service airline, and Lion Air is low cost. Wrong comparison.
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Rather stupid to deploy an A380 to service short-haul routes. There goes the 20-minute turnaround. Kingfisher intends to use the large jets for long-haul routes.
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isn't it too much? 122 739s?? why dont they save the money for buying wide-body planes (in future)? even India's Kingfisher orders A380 cmiiw
Lion is a LCC & Kingfisher is a full service airline...you can't compare that paw ! it's just like comparing AirAsia to Singapore Airline
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Those are planes for haaj season rite ?....rented from KLM if i'm not mistaken...
Ohhhhh, so that is the thing I saw in Batam Airport last holidoy ... Yeah for HAJJ Season ..
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List of Indonesian International Airport

List of International Airport in Indonesia
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1. Ngurah Rai
2. Juanda
3. Sepinggan
4. Frans Kasiepo
5. Hasanuddin
6. Sam Ratulangi
7. Adisumarmo
8. Selaparang
9. Pattimura
10. El Tari
11. Adisucipto
12. Ahmad Yani
13. Soekarno-Hatta
14. Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II
15. Halim Perdanakusuma
16. Minangkabau
17. Polonia
18. Sultan Syarif Kasim II
20. Supadio
21. Hussein Sastranegara
22. Sultan Iskandar Muda
23. Hang Nadim
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