Airfast Indonesia

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Airfast Indonesia
Airfast Indonesia logo.png
Founded 1971
Hubs Soekarno-Hatta International Airport
Fleet size 10 (+8 on order)
Headquarters Tangerang, Indonesia

PT. Airfast Indonesia is an air carrier based in Tangerang, Indonesia in Greater Jakarta.[1] It specialises in contract operations, aviation management services and charter passenger and cargo services to the oil, mining and construction industries in Indonesia and other countries in the area. It is also involved in aerial mapping, survey flights, heli-logging and medical evacuation services. Its main base is Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, Jakarta.[2] Airfast Indonesia is listed in Category 1 by Indonesian Civil Aviation Authority for airline safety quality.[3] Airfast Indonesia is one of five airlines now allowed to fly into Europe from Indonesia.[4]


The airline was established and started operations in 1971. It was established to provide helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft to the oil exploration industry in Indonesia, initially as an Australian-Indonesian joint venture, but evolved into a fully Indonesian-owned and operated company in 1982. It was owned by Frank Reuneker (53%) and other shareholders (47%).[2] Frank Reuneker died on 22 February 2008 from cancer and was succeeded by his wife Irma Reuneker as President Director.


  • Helicopter services include onshore and offshore passenger transport, medical evacuation flights, internal and external load transport, drilling rig moves, construction support and aerial survey work.
  • Fixed-wing services include passenger and cargo charters, medical evacuation flights, non-scheduled airline operations and aerial survey work.







Airfast Indonesia
Airfast BAe 146 at Perth Airport (2004)

The Airfast Indonesia fleet includes the following aircraft (at June 2013):[2]

Accidents and incidents[edit]

  • On 28 April 1981, Douglas C-47A PK-OBK crashed on approach to Simpang Tiga Airport, Pekanbaru, whilst on a non-scheduled passenger flight. Nine of the 17 people on board were killed.[5]
  • On 15 August 1984, Douglas C-47A PK-OBC crashed into a mountain near Wamena. Two of the three people on board were killed.[6]


  1. ^ "[ Corporate Contact]." Airfast Indonesia. Retrieved on 6 June 2013. "Jl. Marsekal Suryadarma No. 8 Tangerang 15129 - Indonesia"
  2. ^ a b c "Directory: World Airlines". Flight International. 2007-03-27. p. 70. 
  3. ^
  4. ^ EU lifts Indonesian airlines ban, BBC News, 14 July 2009
  5. ^ "PK-OBK Accident description". Aviation Safety Network. Retrieved 24 July 2010. 
  6. ^ "PK-OBC Accident description". Aviation Safety Network. Retrieved 27 July 2010. 

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