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  • Aviation Industry Indonesia: Lion Air Eyes 15% Air Passenger Growth

    Aviation Industry Indonesia: Lion Air Eyes 15% Air Passenger Growth

    Indonesian low-budget airline Lion Air targets to see a 15 percent year-on-year (y/y) increase in air passengers to 38.25 million in 2017, from 33.26 million passengers that were carried by the airline in the preceding year. Daniel Putut, Director for Business Development at the Lion Air Group, said the airline will need to achieve this target without expanding its fleet size, which currently numbers 113 units. Lion Air, founded by Rusdi Kirana, is one of the biggest airlines of Indonesia, dominating the low-budget segment.

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  • Indonesian Airline Sriwijaya Air Eyes Growth, Fleet Expansion & IPO

    Indonesian Airline Sriwijaya Air Eyes Growth, Fleet Expansion & IPO

    Indonesian low-cost carrier Sriwijaya Air targets to fly 12.1 million passengers in 2017, up 10 percent year-on-year (y/y) from an estimated 11.2 million passengers in 2016. To achieve this target 17 new airplanes will be delivered to the airline next year consisting of 15 narrow body Boeing B737-800NG jets and two wide body Boeing 777-300ER jets. Chandra Lie, President Director of Sriwijaya Air, is confident that the airline will achieve next year's passenger target, specifically by increasing its focus on international passengers.

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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 Confirms Participation in ASEAN Open Sky Agreement

    Indonesia Confirms Participation in ASEAN Open Sky Agreement

    Through the implementation of Presidential Regulation No.12/2016, Indonesia confirmed its participation in the ASEAN Open Sky policy (also known as the ASEAN Single Aviation Market). This policy comprises the multilateral agreement of all ten ASEAN member countries to unite their skies into one single aviation market (hence liberalizing regulations to a large degree). By enhancing connectivity (implying an easier flow of people and cargo) the ASEAN member nations target to boost the region’s economic growth. ASEAN is home to more than 600 million people.

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  • Saudi Arabian Airlines Plans to Increase Flights to Indonesia

    Saudi Arabian Airlines Plans to Increase Flights to Indonesia

    Saudi Arabian Airlines, the Jeddah-based flag carrier airline of Saudi Arabia, plans to increase its flight frequency to Indonesia's capital city of Jakarta from 14 flights to 18 flights per week. According to Marwan M. Altoumah, Saudi Airlines' Area Manager for Indonesia, Australia and New Zealand, demand for flights between Saudi Arabia and Indonesia is on the rise and therefore the airline wants to cater this demand. By the end of the year, Saudi Arabian Airlines intends to submit its request for additional flights to Jakarta and Surabaya.

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  • Penumpang Pesawat Udara di Indonesia Akan Bertumbuh Single-Digit di 2016

    Penumpang Pesawat Udara di Indonesia Akan Bertumbuh Single-Digit di 2016

    Asosiasi Perusahaan Penerbangan Nasional Indonesia (Indonesia National Air Carrier Association/INACA) memprediksi penumpang pesawat udara domestik dan internasional di Indonesia akan bertumbuh kira-kira 8-9% pada basis year-on-year (y/y) di tahun 2016, rata dari laju pertumbuhan yang diperkirakan tahun ini (8% y/y). Berdasarkan pada data terakhir dari Badan Pusat Statistik (BPS), penumpang pesawat udara di Indonesia mencapai 67,5 juta orang pada 10 bulan pertama di tahun 2015, naik 12,8% dari jumlah penumpang pesawat udara di periode yang sama tahun lalu.

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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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  • Penerbangan Indonesia: Pesawat Militer Jatuh di Medan (Sumatra Utara)

    Aviation Indonesia: Military Plane Crash in Medan (North Sumatra)

    Pada hari Selasa (30/06), sebuah pesawat militer Indonesia (C-130 Hercules) jatuh ke area pemukiman padat penduduk di kota Medan, Sumatra Utara. Pesawat ini, yang terbang dari bandara militer di Medan menuju Tanjung Pinang (Kepulauan Riau), jatuh segera setelah lepas landas dan kemungkinan membawa 122 penumpang pesawat. Seorang juru bicara Pemerintah mengatakan bahwa setidaknya 141 orang telah meninggal dunia akibat peristiwa ini. Angka ini kemungkinan akan meningkat.

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  • Aviation Safety Indonesia: New Law Means Death Small Indonesian Airlines?

    Aviation Safety Indonesia: New Law Implies Death Small Indonesian Airlines?

    Small Indonesian airlines face difficult times ahead of the implementation of a new law (UU No. 1 2009 on Aviation) which stipulates that per 1 July 2015 all Indonesian airlines have to operate at least ten aircraft. Of this ten airplanes, at least five aircraft have to be owned by the airline, while the remainder can be leased. The Indonesian government emphasized that if domestic airlines fail to comply with the new law per July 2015, then their flight permits will be revoked.

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  • Ahead of Open Sky Policy Indonesia Has to Improve Airport Infrastructure

    Ahead of implementation of the ASEAN Single Aviation Market (ASAM) in 2015, it is important for Indonesia to improve infrastructure at (and around) airports, particularly the nation’s smaller airports, in order to be able to compete with other airports in the ASEAN region. ASAM will turn ASEAN into a unified and single aviation market by 2015, meaning that air travel between ASEAN member states is fully liberalized. As such, ASAM will supersede existing unilateral, bilateral and multilateral air services agreements between ASEAN members.

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  • Ban on Indonesia's Airlines Entering US Airspace Lifted

    Ban on Indonesia's Airlines Entering US Airspace Lifted

    Good news for Indonesia's aviation industry and Indonesian airlines. After a nearly decade-long ban, the US aviation regulator (Federal Aviation Administration, or FAA) finally allows Indonesian airlines to enter US airspace again. The ban was imposed in 2007 due to safety concerns. The FAA announced on Monday (15/08) that the safety status of Indonesia's aviation industry was upgraded by one notch to category 1. This opens doors for Indonesian airlines to serve flight routes to the USA as well as code shares with US airlines.

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  • Outrage on Lion Air Strike, What are the Reliable Indonesian Airlines?

    Outrage on Lion Air Strike, What are the Reliable Indonesian Airlines?

    The spotlights are again turned on low-cost carrier Lion Air, Indonesia's largest privately-held airline that controls about 40 percent of the air passenger market in Indonesia. The airline, owned by Rusdi Kirana (one of the richest Indonesians), has again disappointed thousands of passengers due to delayed flights. This time flight delays were caused by Lion Air pilots going on strike. It is worth to zoom in on this case and to take a look at which Indonesian airlines are most reliable in terms of departure punctuality.

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  • Paket Stimulus ke-8 Indonesia: Pajak Impor, Kilang Minyak & Kebijakan Satu-Peta

    Paket Stimulus ke-8 Indonesia: Pajak Impor, Kilang Minyak & Kebijakan Satu-Peta

    Pada hari Senin (21/12), Pemerintah Indonesia meluncurkan paket stimulus ekonomi ke-8. Paket terbaru ini dari serangkaian paket kebijakan - semuanya bertujuan untuk mendongkrak pertumbuhan ekonomi - mencakup tiga kebijakan. Pertama, menghapuskan pajak impor untuk 21 kategori suku cadang pesawat. Kedua, insentif fiskal dan non-fiskal untuk pengembangan kilang minyak. Ketiga, Pemerintah Pusat akan merampingkan dan menyelaraskan proses akuisisi lahan untuk pembangunan infrastruktur di seluruh negeri menggunakan "kebijakan satu-peta" yang baru.

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  • Aviation Industry Indonesia: ASEAN Open Skies, Challenges & Opportunities

    Aviation Industry Indonesia: ASEAN Open Skies, Challenges & Opportunities

    In line with the implementation of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) by the end of the year, the ASEAN Open Skies policy (also known as the ASEAN Single Aviation Market) should become fully effective later this year. The ASEAN Open Skies policy, a key component of the AEC, involves the multilateral agreement of all ten ASEAN countries to unite their skies into a single aviation market (hence liberalizing rules and regulations to a large degree) in a bid to boost the region’s economic growth.

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  • Ekuitas Negatif: Izin Maskapai Penerbangan Indonesia Mungkin Dibekukan

    Negative Equity: Indonesian Airlines’ Operating Permits May Be Suspended

    Sementara Indonesia masih sedang berdukacita atas hilangnya nyawa para korban dalam sebuah kecelakaan pesawat militer di Medan (Sumatra Utara) pada hari Selasa (30/06), Kementerian Perhubungan Indonesia mengancam untuk membekukan izin operasional 13 maskapai penerbangan komersial Indonesia yang dibebani oleh ekuitas negatif. Ekuitas negatif ini meningkatkan kekuatiran mengenai praktek keamanan maskapai penerbangan ini. Kementerian Perhubungan Indonesia meninjau laporan audit keuangan dari 60 perusahaan pengangkut lokal. Maskapai-maskapai penerbangan ini memiliki waktu sampai 31 Juli 2015 untuk menyesuaikan neraca keuangan mereka.

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