• Monthly Archives: February 2018

    This is the Qantas Group Investment Plan for 2019

    JAKARTA – Qantas Group is running the largest recruitment and training program throughout the company’s history, along with fleet revitalization and network expansion.

    As part of Qantas’s efforts to create a sustainable network of workers, the Australian national carrier will establish the Qantas Group Pilot Academy in 2019.

    At its inception, the academy will focus on training up to 100 new pilots each year to join the Group directly.

    Depending on demand from other sectors in the aviation industry, this figure can grow up to 500 pilots per year under a fee-for-service scheme. This plan reflects an investment of up to Aus $ 20 million of the finance cost structure of 2019.

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    Qantas Group Breaks The Highest Basic Profit Record

    JAKARTA – Qantas Group posted the highest pre-tax profit base in the company’s history. Qantas posted an A $ 976 million in basic earnings for the six-month period ending December 31, 2017.

    That number surpassed the record first half of 2016 financial year amounting to A $ 921 million. This figure was achieved despite an increase in fuel prices and international capacity growth.

    In addition, when compared to the first half of the 2017 financial year, there was a 15% increase in pre-tax profit and 20% profit based on pre-tax law.

    “We managed to record these results thanks to investments in areas that contribute to margin growth, as well as the implementation of network-related strategies that ensure that we provide the right planes for the right routes,” Group CEO Alan Joyce said in a press release Sunday (25/2 / 2018).

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    IMF-WB Annual Meetings 2018: Airports Around Bali So Location of Small and Commercial Parking Plane

    DENPASAR – The existing airport in the vicinity of Bali will be utilized to be the location of small and commercial aircraft parking during IMF-WB Annual Meetings 2018.

    General Manager of I Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport Yanus Suprayogi said some of the eastern airports are under the management of Angkasa Pura I. Only Banyuwangi Airport managed by Angkasa Pura II.

    As for some airports that will be utilized for small plane parking are:

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    SQ Be the Biggest Airplane to the Two Cities

    Boeing B787-10 engined Rolls Royce – Reuters

    Singapore Airlines (SIA) has chosen Perth, Australia, as the second largest airline flight destination in the world and is expected to start operating in May 2018.

    Previously, Osaka, Japan, was selected as the first destination scheduled flew in the world’s largest commercial aircraft today, Boeing 787-10.

    Singapore Airlines Public Relations Manager Glory Henriette said the SIA would be the first airline in the world to operate the largest aircraft in the world.

    “Why Osaka and Perth, because the two countries can be in terms of runway. They also have a market in that place is big enough in addition to the calculation of flight hours, “said Glory in Jakarta, Friday (23/2/2018).
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    IMF-WB 2018, Small Aircraft Not Landed at Ngurah Rai Airport

    Source pic: airmagz.com

    DENPASAR – Small planes flying to Bali at the IMF-WB event in October 2018 will probably not be allowed to land at Ngurah Rai Airport.

    Bali Transportation Agency chief I Gusti Ngurah Sudarsana said the landing of small planes is likely to be diverted to the nearest airport in Banyuwangi, Lombok, and Surabaya.

    Meanwhile, Ngurah Rai Airport is prioritized for private and commercial aircraft landing that will carry the delegation. In addition it will still receive a large-sized commercial aircraft or wide body.

    He said, this option is issued if the number of aircraft that want to Bali exceed the capacity of Ngurah Rai Airport. This aims to make the flight run smoothly and passenger safety remains a priority.

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    Capitol Depreciation

    Fire Destroys Building in Bali’s Governor Office Complex


    A building at the Governor’s office complex in central Denpasar was consumed by fire on Tuesday, February 13, 2018. The fire took place in Building No. 5 housing the Law Bureau for the Province of Bali. In the course of the inferno, all rooms on the second floor (the Law Bureau and Human Rights Division) and on the third floor (The Governance Bureau) were destroyed.

    Beritabali.com reports that 12 fire trucks responded to the fire, plus two water cannon trucks deployed from police headquarters,
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    Bali Weekend Warrior: 5 cool things to do on the island this weekend (Feb. 23-25)

    ALL OVER BALI: Unite to help clean Bali up

    Bali’s Biggest Cleanup

    Join the formidable and imperative effort of Bali’s One Island One Voice to help pick up rubbish across the island in the largest organized multi-location effort. On the beach but also from the rivers to the jungle. Trash isn’t just going to wind up in a landfill; rubbish will go to organizations like Eco Bali Recycle Station, the Role Foundation, Merah Putih Hijau, and more.

    When: Saturday, Feb. 24
    Where: Locations across Bali

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    Learning About Air Cargo Carriers

    If you want to do business with air cargo companies, then it is necessary to be informed about the different types of air cargo carriers that they might be using. There are many things to learn about cargo planes; things such as, how much space each plane has, what kind of prices are charged when shipping using the planes, what kinds of planes they use, and many other things. With all the information available, it is good to know at least a little about cargo airlines and their operations.

    Air transport is essential to manage and control the flow of goods, energy, information, and other vital resources needed for commerce and other types of services. Without air cargo services, it would be impossible to do any kind of global trading, import/export processes, or repositioning of raw materials and products, unless using the services of ocean freight.

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    Airline Support Cargo Agent

    TANGERANG – Garuda Indonesia Cargo ready to facilitate cargo transportation and make better logistics with the Regulation of the Minister of Finance Number 158.

    Senior Manager of Warehouse Operations PT Garuda Indonesia Kargo Ajat Sudrajat said that it will comply with existing regulations although according to the Indonesian Logistics and Forwarders Association (ALFI) there is still something to be changed with the contents of the regulation. Continue reading

    Indonesia Has no Air Cargo Shelter

    TANGERANG – Indonesia class of Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, Tangerang has not utilized transhipment water function. Whereas this air cargo stopover has a huge profit potential.

    Vice Chairman of Air Transportation Association of Indonesia Logistics and Forwarders (ALFI) Jakarta Arman Yahya said it is unfortunate if Soetta Airport did not take the opportunity.

    “We see Singapore’s transhipment cargo water can accommodate 1.8 million tons of goods by 2015. While Bangkok is 1.2 million tons. Adaun Indonesia is not there at all, “he said in Tangerang, Tuesday (20/2/2018).
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