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  • AirAsia Seeks Back-Door Listing on Indonesia Stock Exchange

    AirAsia Seeks Back-Door Listing on Indonesia Stock Exchange

    Contrary to its earlier plans, Indonesia AirAsia (the local unit of Malaysia-based low-cost airline AirAsia Bhd) aims for a back-door listing on the Indonesia Stock Exchange through a debt-and-share-swap deal with local logistics and warehousing company Rimau Multi Putra Pratama (RMPP). AirAsia will inject 57.25 percent of Indonesia AirAsia's shares into RMPP.

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  • Tony Fernandes Reiterates Indonesia AirAsia's 2017 IPO Plans

    Fernandes Reiterates Indonesia AirAsia's 2017 IPO Plans

    Tony Fernandes, Chief Executive of Airasia, said the Malaysian group plans to conduct an initial public offering (IPO) for its Indonesia AirAsia unit on the Indonesia Stock Exchange before the end of 2017. By selling a stake of between 25-30 percent to the public, the low-cost airline aims to generate funds required for further business expansion (specifically for the purchase of new airplanes and opening of new flight routes).

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  • Tony Fernandes Confirms Indonesia AirAsia's IPO Plan

    Tony Fernandes Confirms Indonesia AirAsia's IPO Plan

    Low-cost airline Indonesia AirAsia plans to conduct an initial public offering (IPO) on the Indonesia Stock Exchange in late-2017. This IPO plan has been agreed upon by the management and shareholders of the company. AirAsia Chief Executive Officer Tony Fernandes said there are two main reasons why Indonesia AirAsia would like to become a listed company: (1) to improve transparency and corporate management, and (2) to allow Indonesian investors to join in on Indonesia AirAsia's profit and business growth.

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  • Indonesia AirAsia: Shares of AirAsia Berhad Plunge after Suspension Threat

    Indonesia AirAsia: Shares of AirAsia Berhad Plunge after Suspension Threat

    After Indonesian authorities threatened to suspend the operating license of the Indonesian unit (Indonesia AirAsia) of Malaysia’s budget carrier AirAsia, shares of the latter (AirAsia Berhad) on the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange plunged over 12 percent on Wednesday morning (08/07). Indonesia AirAsia is among 13 Indonesian airlines that were found to have negative equity and were ordered by the Indonesian Transportation Ministry to turn this positive before 31 July 2015 in order to retain their operating licenses.

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  • AirAsia Rencanakan Penawaran Saham Perdana & Obligasi di Bursa Efek Indonesia

    Maskapai penerbangan berbiaya rendah Indonesia AirAsia, unit lokal dari AirAsia yang bermarkas di Malaysia dan salah satu maskapai penerbangan berbiaya rendah unggulan di dunia, akan berusaha mengumpulkan 250 juta dollar AS selama dua tahun ke depan melalui sebuah penawaran saham perdana (initial public offering/IPO) di Bursa Efek Indonesia (BEI) serta penerbitan obligasi konversi. Obligasi ini senilai 110 juta dollar AS (yang akan memiliki tingkat kupon rendah dengan waktu jatuh tempo 2 tahun), sementara IPOnya (yang dijadwalkan untuk 2017) diprediksi untuk menghasilkan sekitar 150 juta dollar AS.

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  • Initial Public Offering (IPO) Indonesia AirAsia Expected in Mid-2016

    Initial Public Offering (IPO) Indonesia AirAsia Expected in Mid-2016

    One of the world’s largest budget carriers, Malaysia-based AirAsia Group, plans to list its Indonesian unit - Indonesia AirAsia - on the Indonesia Stock Exchange in mid-2016. AirAsia Group Chief Tony Fernandes said that the group is eager to expand its presence in Indonesia, one of the world’s fastest growing regions in terms of air passengers, and aims to raise USD $300 million through this initial public offering (IPO). The fatal crash of Indonesia AirAsia flight QZ8501 in the Java Sea in December 2014 did not dim the group’s ambitions.

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  • Indonesia’s Aviation Industry: AirAsia Crash Exposes Violations

    Indonesia’s Aviation Industry: AirAsia Crash Exposes Violations

    Indonesia has suspended several officials in connection to the AirAsia Flight QZ8501 disaster after preliminary results of the investigation indicate that the AirAsia airplane was not authorized to fly on Sundays (hence detecting a flight schedule violation). The AirAsia plane went down in the Java Sea on Sunday 28 December 2014, en route from Surabaya (East Java) to Singapore, presumably killing all 162 people on board. Authorities have barred the airline from flying this route until the investigation is over.

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  • AirAsia Indonesia Flight QZ8501 Surabaya-Singapore Goes Missing

    On Sunday 28 December 2014 an Indonesia AirAsia flight lost contact with Indonesian air traffic control en route from Surabaya (East Java) to Singapore. AirAsia flight QZ 8501, carrying 155 passengers and seven crew members, departed from Surabaya at 5:35 am local Surabaya time and lost contact above the Java Sea (between Java and Kalimantan) at 6:17 am local time. The Airbus A320-200 was supposed to land in Singapore at 08:30 am Singapore time.

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  • Indonesia Investments' Newsletter of 28 December 2014 Released

    On 28 December 2014, Indonesia Investments released the latest edition of its newsletter. This free newsletter, which is sent to our subscribers once per week, contains the most important news stories from Indonesia that have been reported on our website in the last seven days. Most of the topics involve economic matters such as rupiah exchange rate performance, a geothermal energy update, forecasts for Indonesia’s November trade balance and December inflation, as well as the breaking news story about the missing AirAsia airplane.

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  • Indonesia AirAsia about New Airfare Ceiling & Passenger Service Charge

    Low cost carrier Indonesia AirAsia, the Indonesian unit of Malaysia's AirAsia, carried 4.08 million air passengers in the first half of 2014, a growth of 12 percent from the same period last year (3.64 million passengers). However, this growth figure failed to achieve the company’s initial target as it had to reduce flights and routes in an effort to cut back on expenses amid high operational costs. Although the firm managed to pass on part of expensive fuel costs to passengers (fuel surcharge), operational costs for specific routes are high.

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  • Two Indonesian Airlines Plan Corporate Actions for Business Expansion

    Two Major Indonesian Airlines Plan Corporate Actions for Business Expansion

    Garuda Indonesia, the country's top-class airline, is planning to conduct a rights issue in the first quarter of 2014. Through this corporate action, which has already been approved by the shareholders, the state-controlled company aims to raise IDR 2 trillion (USD $162.6 million). For 2014, the airline plans to allocate IDR 4 trillion in capital expenditure (capex) for business expansion. About half of this amount should originate from funds generated through the rights issue.

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