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    Asperindo Asks Regulated Agent Rate (RA) Reviewed

    Chairman of the Association of Express Delivery Service Company, Post and Logistics Indonesia (Asperindo) Mohamad Feriadi (right), gave a presentation accompanied by Vice Chairman Budi Paryanto, during a visit to Wisma Bisnis Indonesia in Jakarta on Monday (20/3). – JIBI / Dwi Prasetya

    JAKARTA – Chairman of the Association of Express Delivery Service, Post and Logistics Indonesia (Asperindo) Mohamad Feriadi asked operators regulated agents to review the matter of tariff determination.

    “At least we want to be cost-reasonable, do not have a profit element because it is managing a private element may be reviewed, or indeed if deleted will be very good,” he said on Monday (2/7/2018).

    In addition, he said RA should be managed by the government. “This should be the responsibility of the government (public service) and should not be delegated to private companies whose orientation is definitely profit making business,” he said.
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    Singapore Airlines Welcomes Latest BOEING 787-10 Aircraft Arrivals

    (Left-Right) Ceremonial delivery of Boeing 787-10 aircraft model attended by Timothy Ouyang, Manager of Singapore Airlines, Bali, Mr. W K Lim, Singapore Airlines Regional Vice President of South East Asia, Mr. Anil Kumar Nayar, Singapore Ambassador to Indonesia, Tjokorda Artha Ardhana Sukawati, Chairman of Bali Tourism Promotion Board, Mr. Anak Gede Yuniartha Putra, Head of Bali Tourism Office, and Edwin Chiang, General Manager of Singapore Airlines, Indonesia.

    Singapore Airlines on Monday celebrated its inaugural Boeing 787-10 aircraft flight in Denpasar, Bali. Flight SQ942 departs Singapore Changi Airport at 0915 (Singapore time) and arrives at Ngurah Rai International Airport, Bali at 1155 (WITA).

    While the return flight SQ943 departs from Ngurah Rai International Airport, Bali at 1500 (WITA) and arrives at Singapore Changi Airport at 1740 (Singapore time).

    The celebration of the inaugural flight was witnessed by Mr. Anil Kumar Nayar, Ambassador of Singapore for Indonesia, Mr. Anak Gede Yuniartha Son Son, Head of Bali Tourism Office, and Mr. W K Lim, Singapore Airlines Regional Vice President of South East Asia.

    The event was also attended by officials from the Ministry of Transport and the Ministry of Tourism of Indonesia, as well as partners and guests of the honorable invitation of the local travel industry.
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    Angkasa Pura I Urges Increase in Landing Tariff and Aircraft Parking

    JAKARTA – PT Angkasa Pura I (Persero) has proposed the tariff increase of landing service, placement and storage of aircraft (PJP4U) of all airports under its management to the Directorate General of Civil Aviation of the Ministry of Transportation.

    Israwadi, Corporate Secretary of AP I, said that the tariff increase of PJP4U service is a consequence of the investment cost that has been issued by the company to develop the airport.

    “We have proposed the raising of PJP4U such as landing charge and placement, because so far the apron in several airports has been expanded,” said Israwadi, Monday (2/7/2018).

    It hopes the regulator, namely Ditjen Hubud can immediately provide a decision related to the submission. The upgrade is expected to be implemented in August or September this year.
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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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    Qatar Airways Boss Elected Chairman of IATA Board of Governors

    Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive Akbar Al Baker (center) with IATA Director General and CEO Alexander de Juniac (left) and Qantas Airways Group CEO Alan Joyce (right), after a press conference at the closing of IATA Annual General Meeting (AGM) to -74 and the World Air Transport Summit in Sydney. Al Baker was elected as Chairman of the Board of Governors of IATA for the period 2018-2019. . – .Bisnis.com / Siti Munawaroh

    SYDNEY – Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive Akbar Al Baker was officially elected as Chairman of the new Board of Governors of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) for a term of one year.

    Al Baker occupies the position of Chairman of the IATA Board of Governors (BoG) 2018-2019, replacing the previous official of Singapore Airlines CEO, Goh Choon Phong. IATA announced it in the closing agenda of the IATA Annual General Meeting to-74 in Sydney, Australia, Tuesday (5/6/2018).

    Al Baker became the Chairman of the 77th BoG Board of IATA and the first CEO of Qatar Airways to be the IATA chairman. Prior to occupying the position of chairman, Al Baker has joined the BoG IATA since 2012.

    “I am delighted to be in Sydney and honored to be the Chairman of the Board of Governors of IATA for the next year. To be nominated to a prestigious leadership position in the industry is a great honor for me, “said Al Baker, in a press conference at the 74th Session of the IATA Annual General Meeting on Wednesday (5/6/2018).
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    JAS Airport Services Increase 25% Cargo Capacity

    Situation in Export Document Office of PT JAS Airport Services. The company intends to increase its storage capacity by 25% by the end of 2018.

    JAKARTA – PT JAS Airport Services will increase its air cargo storage capacity to 437,500 tons per year by year-end 2018.

    Subiyono, Deputy Director of Operations & Services of JAS Airport Services, said the current maximum capacity could reach 350,000 tons per year. There is also, throughout 2017 the company has served as many as 299,802 tons of cargo.

    “We hope the addition of storage can increase 25% of the current maximum capacity,” said Subiyono after delivering Technical Guidance on Cargo Handling and Post on Tuesday (15/05/2018).

    He added that the maximum capacity is useful when anticipating the peak of cargo and mail delivery, as in Lebaran. Typically, the government will ban large trucks operating a few days before Eid.
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    JAS Natural Revenue Growth 16%

    Ground service provider PT Jasa Angkasa Semesta (JAS) grew 16 percent in 2017. In 2016, the company posted revenues of Rp 1.24 trillion and Rp 1.49 trillion in 2017.

    JAS President Director Adji Gunawan said, 50% of the company’s total revenue comes from ground handling services or approximately Rp 750 billion of contribution. “The ground handling business is the backbone for other JAS businesses,” he told Kontan.co.id on Sunday (6/5).

    The potential for ground handling business called Adji relies heavily on the growing number of airline traffic at the airports served by JAS. For your information, the company is now operating at 12 airports in Indonesia.

    “Four of them have international certification ISAGO (IATA safety audit for ground operations), namely Soekarno-Hatta Airport Tangerang, Ngurah Rai Bali, Juanda, and Kualanamu,” said Adji.
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