|Commenced operations||9 January 2006|
|Ceased operations||February 2007|
|Operating bases||Soekarno-Hatta International Airport|
|Focus cities||Surabaya Juanda International Airport|
|Company slogan||The Professional Airlines|
|Parent company||Efata Papua Airlines|
Air Efata (ICAO: EIJ, Call sign: EFATA) was an airline based in Indonesia and owned by Efata Papua Airlines. Air Efata was a full-service airline, offering a choice of Deluxe Class and Economy Class, and serving hot meals on flights. E-ticketing was available. Tickets were refundable and rebookable up to 24 hours before the flight.
Air Efata was founded in 2005. Reenue flights were launched on 9 January 2006. In the same year, the company had to suspend all operations again, and its licence was withdrawn. In February 2007, the Transportation Ministry delayed license revocation of 11 idle airlines, including PT Efata Papua Airlines, to give restructuring opportunities to the operators, which did not materialize, though.
Air Efata served:
As of August 2006 the Efata Papua Airlines fleet included:
Air Efata leased the three Boeing-MD83/88 aircraft with a two-class passenger seat configuration from GECAS. Component support was provided by SAS Component Group A/S (a joint venture between ST Aerospace and SAS Technical Services - now named ST Aerospace Solutions (Europe) A/S) of Scandinavia, engine support by Pratt & Whitney and major maintenance was by Garuda Maintenance Facility (GMF). Also leased the YU-AKM from JAT Yugoslav Airlines in 04/2005 in full colores
- List of airlines from Indonesia, at airlineupdate.com
- Angkasa March 2007
- Flight International, 3–9 October 2006
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