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    AP I Increase Landing & Parking Rates, INACA: No Loss, Why Increased?

    JAKARTA – Tariffs for landing, placement and airplane storage services (PJP4U) services at all airports of PT Angkasa Pura I (Persero) are expected to keep in mind the condition of the airline industry.

    The head of the Indonesian National Air Carriers Association (INACA) Bayu Sutanto said that airport operators should be sensitive to aviation industry conditions that are disrupted due to rising US dollar and avtur prices.

    “They should [AP I] understand the condition of the airline as a source of revenue,” Bayu said today, Monday (2/7/2018).
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    Increase of Aviation Tariff, INACA Appreciation of Ministry of Transportation

    The aircraft took off at I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport, Bali.

    JAKARTA – The Indonesian National Air Carriers Association (INACA) has appreciated the Ministry of Transportation’s step to increase the scheduled scheduled commercial airline fare rate from 30% to 40% of the upper limit rate.

    “We are grateful that INACA’s proposal for the increase is approved by Kemenhub,” said Head of Scheduled Aviation Division of INACA Bayu Sutanto to Bisnis on Monday (16/10/2017).

    He said INACA had indeed proposed to Kemenhub to raise tariffs on scheduled commercial aviation and approved for 15 solid routes.

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    Cargo Industry Can Be Mainstay Indonesia

    Kamis , 18 May 2017, 08:13 WIB

    REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, JAKARTA —

    Chairman of the Indonesia National Air Carriers Association (INACA), Pahala Mansyuri said Indonesia has the potential to develop the cargo industry. He said growth in the last three years of about 15 percent, in the future chances are quite large.

    Pahala said Indonesia is Southeast Asia’s largest economy and the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) grew about 5.6 percent in 2016, according to the Indonesian Cargo Transport Report, published by the global research site BMI Research.

    Indonesia saw its air cargo sector grow about 3.5 percent over the past year, compared with 1.75 percent in 2015, thanks to rising consumer demand for imported goods.

    “As an industry, we also want to learn from cargo companies outside Indonesia,” Pahala said through a written statement on Thursday (18/5).

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