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    Increase in Cost of Aviation Navigation Services delayed by 6 months

    Bisnis.com, JAKARTA – The Ministry of Transportation ensures the increase in the cost of Aviation Navigation Services (PJNP) is delayed until June 2019.

    Head of the Public Information and Communication Bureau of the Ministry of Transportation, Hengki Angkasawan, said the reason for delaying the increase in navigation costs was to reduce operating costs for airlines. It is expected that ticket prices paid by passengers can also be reduced.

    “PJNP Airnav has postponed its increase for 6 months starting from January 2019. The planned increase in the beginning was from Rp. 6,000 to Rp. 7,000 for each en route,” Hengki said, Thursday (02/21/2019).
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    Here’s the Garuda Indonesia Cargo Rates After Avtur Prices Down

    Garuda Indonesia aircraft is at terminal 3 of Soekarno-Hatta Airport, Tangerang, Banten, Monday (11/26/2018). – JIBI / Paulus Tandi Bone

    Bisnis.com, JAKARTA – Garuda Indonesia Group considers that air cargo or air cargo mail (SMU) rates are currently in accordance with the costs that must be incurred by the airline so there will be no adjustments even though the avtur price has dropped.

    VP of Corporate Communication of Garuda Indonesia, Ikhsan Rosan, said that the increase in tariffs for Senior High School some time before had been adjusted to the costs incurred by the airline so that it could not be lowered.
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    Inaca Invites Asperindo to Talk About Cargo Tariffs

    Officers active in the Cargo and Post Terminal of General Ahmad Yani Airport in the new location after it was inaugurated, in Semarang, Central Java, Wednesday (1/23/2019). – ANTARA / Aji Styawan

    Bisnis.com, JAKARTA – The Indonesian National Air Carriers Association (INACA) claimed to open a discussion room with the Association of Indonesian Express, Post and Logistics Shipping Services Companies (Asperindo) about the demand for air cargo tariff adjustments.

    INACA Chairman IGN Askhara Danadiputra said that the logistical integration system was needed to support the national economy. Of course, talks from all relevant stakeholders are needed to create an efficient condition.
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    Follow Avtur Prices, Asperindo Asks Airlines to Lower Cargo Rates

    Officers refueled avtur on one of the commercial aircraft at Adi Soemarmo Airport Apron, Boyolali, Central Java, Monday (12/6). – Antara / Aloysius Jarot Nugroho

    Bisnis.com, JAKARTA – The Association of Indonesian Express, Post and Logistics Shipping Services Company (Asperindo) considers that the decrease in avtur prices should also be lowered.

    Asperindo Head of Transportation and Infrastructure, Hari Sugiandi said that the airline should also reduce the price of its air cargo rates because Pertamina had reduced its avtur prices.

    “Avtur should go down, the tariff will also go down, but it has gone up now. When this [airline] loses, the cargo starts to empty, because our products are not possible senders via flights,” he explained to Bisnis (2/21/2019).
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    The Postponement Of The Accession Fee Of Navigation Do Not Disturb Indonesia AirNav Income

    AirNav Indonesia President Director of Novie Arwana (Center) give exposure in the AirNav Media Gathering in Padang, West Sumatra, on Wednesday (20/2/2019). -Business/Rio Sandy Similarly

    Bisnis.com, the ascent of the Delays cost the flight Navigation Services (PJNP) has no effect against the target company’s revenue General Navigation Service Provider Indonesia Flights (Perum LPPNPI) or AirNav Indonesia

    AirNav Indonesia President Director of Novie Arwana target revenue this year reached Rp3,66 trillion. As for the targets, the moderates have been classified in accordance with the company’s budget work plan (RKAP).
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    Qantas Announces Melbourne-Bali Daily Route

    JAKARTA – Australian airlines, Qantas announced the commencement of service route daily Melbourne – Denpasar (Bali).

    Qantas’s latest route, which uses the Boeing 737-800 fleet, comes with an increase in flight frequency from Melbourne to Denpasar owned by its subsidiary Jetstar from 10 times a week to twice a day.

    This reflects the high demand from customers who want a full-service travel experience to the Island of God as one of the most popular holiday destinations for the Australian community. This daily route has been in operation since June 23, 2018.
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    Indonesia Out of EU Fly Ban

    Great God Almighty, Almighty God who gave the most beautiful gift for the nation of Indonesia in the form of lifting the ban from EU Flight Ban (EU Flight Ban). The good news came in the evening of Idul Fitri 1439 H / 2018 M today Thursday afternoon (14/06 Brussels time) in which the EU officially issued Indonesia from the EU Flight Safety List.

    This means that all remaining air carriers (airlines) Indonesia, totaling as many as 55 airlines are eligible allowed to fly to the EU.

    “Praise be to Allah Almighty, Lord Seru Sekalian Alam who has bestowed his grace on the nation of Indonesia, especially in the aviation sector. On this good day the EU flight ban officially opened for Indonesian flights. This is the most beautiful gift we’ve had for 11 years since we were in the tire in July 2007, “said Director General of Air Transportation Agus Santoso.

    Agus stated that in addition to gifts from Allah SWT this is also the result of hard work of the struggle of all Indonesian aviation stakeholders, especially Regulators and also aviation operators and the public and all flight stakeholders under the captain of DGCA as the national aviation regulator.
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    Emirates Add Route Dubai – Denpasar – Auckland

    The number of foreign tourists visiting Indonesia will certainly be more massive. Therefore, accessibility to Indonesia is increasing. Latest, Emirates airline will increase the route of Dubai (United Arab Emirates – Denpasar (Indonesia) – Auckland (New Zealand) .The flight will be on June 25, 2018.

    “Starting June 25, 2018, Emirates will add flight routes with EK 450 flight numbers from Dubai – Denpasar – Auckland. And vice versa with flight number EK 451 (Auckland – Denpasar – Dubai), “said Deputy of Marketing II Ministry of Tourism Nia Niscaya, accompanied by Assistant Deputy Marketing Development I Regional IV Australia and Oceania Kemenpar Adella Raung in Jakarta, Saturday (23/6/2018 ).

    Nia added, this year Kemenpar targeting the arrival of 17 million foreign tourists, as many as 1.35 million foreign tourists from Australia. This target rises about 200 thousand compared to last year as many as 1,188,449 foreign tourists. Meanwhile, the target of foreign tourists visiting from New Zealand this year is expected to increase significantly compared to last year. That is 100 thousand foreign tourists.
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    Your Guideline For Opting For the Type of Air Freight Services You Need

    One’s selection of air freight must be dictated by their immediate and long time needs which maximize the services provided by air freight firms. Obviously, one only has to avail of certain services that he truly needs.

    There are various types of air freight services specially designed for particular purposes. While a good many may perform multiple objectives, it is still best not to tax yourself with money and time just by choosing the service that you don’t actually require.

    Since not all packages have identical size, weight, type of shipping and duration of shipping, air freight industry has created various methods and categories wherein customers may opt for their required type of service. In this document we would try to discuss in brief the various air freight services that you could decide from. Please continue reading.
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    IATA: Air Travel Demand Keeps Strong

    GENEVA – Global air passenger traffic for March showed that demand rose 9.5 percent compared with the same month a year earlier, the fastest pace in 12 months, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) said in Geneva on Thursday (3/5/2018 ).

    “Demand for air travel remains strong, supported by a relatively healthy economic background and level of business confidence,” said Alexandre de Juniac, Director General and CEO of IATA.

    Nevertheless, he cautioned that rising input costs, particularly fuel prices, suggest that in the second quarter any increase in demand from lower tariffs will moderate.

    International passenger demand in March rose 10.6 percent compared with March 2017 and all regions showed strong gains.

    Asia-Pacific airline traffic jumped 11.6 percent in March, compared with the same month last year.
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