Indonesian Airlines

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Not to be confused with Indonesian Airways.
Indonesian Airlines
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IATA
IO
ICAO
IAA
Callsign
INDO LINES[1]
Founded 1999
Commenced operations 2001
Ceased operations 2004, 2007
Operating bases Soekarno-Hatta International Airport
Hubs Achmad Yani Airport
Secondary hubs Ngurah Rai Airport
Focus cities Surabaya Juanda International Airport
Fleet size 3
Destinations 46
Headquarters Jakarta, Indonesia

Indonesian Airlines (PT Indonesian Airlines Aviapatria) was an airline based in Jakarta, Indonesia. It operated domestic services.

The Transportation Ministry in February 2007 delayed license revocation of 11 idle airlines, including Indonesian Airlines, to give restructuring opportunities to the operators.[2]

History[edit]

The airline was established in 1999 and started operations in March 2001. In September 1999 it had won a government licence to provide scheduled services on 46 routes. It is owned by private investors (75%) and Rudy Setyopurnomo (25%), President Director of the airline. Indonesian Airlines ceased operations in 2003, for reasons unspecified, and had its Air Operating Certificate revoked after the February 2007 Transportation Ministry recall. It previously operated flights within Indonesia from Jakarta and from Jakarta to Dubai. Rudy Setyopurnomo then worked for RGM Group to handle its fleet of 4 small airplanes.

Fleet[edit]

The Indonesian Airlines fleet consisted of the following aircraft (at August 2006) [3]

Previously operated: It previously operated 2 Boeing 737-300 aircraft (delivered in March 2002) and 2 Boeing 747-300 aircraft (delivered in December 2002 and January 2003).

References[edit]

  1. ^ Airline Codes (November 2006)
  2. ^ Angkasa March 2007
  3. ^ Flight International, 3–9 October 2006

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