Trigana Air Service
|Operating bases||Soekarno-Hatta International Airport|
|Company slogan||We Serve you Here,There,and Everywhere|
|Key people||Capt. Rubijanto Adisarwono (President Director)|
Trigana Air Service flies to 21 destinations throughout Indonesia.
- Ambon - Pattimura Airport
- Balikpapan - Sultan Aji Muhamad Sulaiman Airport
- Banjarmasin - Syamsudin Noor Airport
- Berau - Berau Airport
- Dobo - Dobo Airport
- Illaga - Illaga Airport
- Jakarta - Soekarno-Hatta International Airport Base
- Jayapura - Sentani Airport
- Ketapang - Rahadi Osman Airport
- Maumere - Maumere Airport
- Oksibil - Oksibil Airport
- Pangkalan Bun - Iskandar Airport
- Pontianak - Supadio International Airport
- Saumlaki - Samulaki Airport
- Sampit - Hasan Airport
- Semarang - Achmad Yani International Airport
- Solo - Adisumarmo International Airport
- Surabaya - Juanda International Airport
- Timika - Mozes Kilangin Airport
- Wamena - Wamena Airport
- Yahukimo - Dekai Airport
As of December 2013 the Trigana Air Service fleet consists of the following aircraft:
|Boeing 737-300F||4||0||Full Cargo Version|
|de Havilland Canada DHC-4 Caribou||1||0||0|
|de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter||3||0||18|
EU aviation blacklist
Trigana Air Service is currently banned from operating in European airspace. The ban was imposed by the European Commission in consultation with member states' aviation authorities after Trigana Air Service was found unsafe to conduct operations anywhere in European airspace.
Accidents and incidents
- On 11 February 2010, Trigana Air Service Flight 168, operated by ATR-42-300F PK-YRP force landed in a paddy field at Bone after an in-flight engine failure. Two people were seriously injured.
- On 8 April 2012, a Trigana Air Service flight, operated by a DHC-6 Twin Otter which was carrying eight passengers and crew, had several shots fired at it whilst landing at Mulia Airport in Papua province. Both pilots received injuries which led them to lose control and veer into an airport building. The flight was a domestic one originating from Nabire. Of the eight passengers and crew aboard one was killed and four were injured.
- "Contact." Trigana Air Service. Retrieved on 29 June 2010. "Head Office Komplek Puri Sentra Niaga Jl. Wiraloka Blok D 68-69-70. Kalimalang. Jakarta 13620. INDONESIA"
- Trigana History. Retrieved: 11 November 2008
- Trigana Air Service Flight Schedule. Retrieved: 11 November 2008.
- Trigana Air Fleet retrieved March 13, 2011
- Gunmen open fire on plane in Papua, kill one, injure four
- Police Identify Shooter of Indonesia Trigana
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