List of airlines of Indonesia

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Aviation market share in Indonesia (2015)[1]

  Lion Air (41.6%)
  Garuda Indonesia (23.5%)
  Sriwijaya Air (10.4%)
  Citilink (8.9%)
  Wings Air (4.7%)
  Others (6.5%)

This is a list of airlines which have an Air Operator Certificate issued by the Civil Aviation Authority of Indonesia.

There are two types of AOC in Indonesia, AOC 121 and AOC 135. AOC 121 is for commercial scheduled airlines with more than 30 passengers.[2] AOC 135 is for commercial scheduled airlines with 30 or less passengers and chartered airlines.[2] There are 22 AOC 121 holders and 32 AOC 135 holders.[3]

By January 12, 2012 all Indonesian scheduled airlines have to operate with at least 10 aircraft where a minimum of 5 aircraft should be owned. The Ministry of Transport has the right to withdraw their operating certificate in case they do not comply with this regulation (Law Number 1 Year 2009 about Air Transport).[4] The application of the regulation has been postponed for one year, while in the postponed time the airlines should give a business plan and a contract letter for the leasing aircraft for at least one year ahead.[5]

The largest low-cost carrier airlines include Lion Air, Indonesia AirAsia and Citilink a subsidiary of Garuda Indonesia.[6]

The safety-related ban on Indonesian airlines fly to European Union countries has been partially lifted since 2009 with Garuda Indonesia, Airfast Indonesia, Mandala Airlines, Express Transportasi Antarbenua, Indonesia AirAsia and Batavia Air being taken off the list. On April 21, 2011 the EU lifted the ban of Cardig Air, Republic Express, Asia Link and Air Maleo - all being cargo carriers. The ban had been imposed after a string of accidents[7]

There are 3 categories of On Time Performance (OTP) for commercial scheduled airlines in Indonesia. They are: (average July till December 2015)[8]

Since January 1, 2012 the airlines have to give a Rp300,000 ($33) voucher to each passenger as compensation for a delayed flight of more than 4 hours and the voucher should be able to be disbursed on that day or on the following day, but bad weather or operational and technical problems, such as refueling delays or a damaged runway are extempted from this requirement. For flights diverted to other destinations the airlines have to make all necessary arrangements to get the passengers to their original destinations plus Rp.150,000 compensation. Any flight cancellations must be made 7 days prior to a flight and passengers will receive a full refund and cancelled within 7 days of departure, the airlines have to pay compensation equal to the value of the ticket on top of the full refund.[9] Batavia Air was the first airline which delay more than 4 hours of Palangkaraya-Surabaya route due to operational problem in January 2, 2011. The airlines should pay totally Rp42 million ($4,242) compensation to all passengers.[10]

Scheduled Commercial Airlines[edit]

An Airbus A330 of Garuda Indonesia, the flag carrier of Indonesia.
Lion Air, the largest low-cost airline in Indonesia.
Sriwijaya Air, the largest medium-service airline in Indonesia.
Airline IATA ICAO Callsign Fleet
Size
Hub Airport(s) Notes
Airfast Indonesia FS AFE AIRFAST 19 Soekarno-Hatta International Airport AOC 135[11]
Airmark Indonesia 4 Halim Perdanakusuma International Airport
Air Regional ARI 3
Aviastar (Indonesia) MV VIT AVIASTAR 3 Syamsudin Noor Airport
Batik Air ID BTK BATIK 26 Soekarno-Hatta International Airport
Hang Nadim International Airport
Citilink QG CTV SUPERGREEN 35 Juanda International Airport AOC 121-046
Deraya Air Taxi DRY DERAYA 7 Husein Sastranegara International Airport AOC 135[11]
Dimonim Air Sultan Babullah Airport
Garuda Indonesia GA GIA INDONESIA 114 Soekarno-Hatta International Airport
Ngurah Rai Airport
Kuala Namu International Airport
Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport
Juanda International Airport
National airline
AOC 121[12]
Indonesia AirAsia QZ AWQ WAGON AIR 29 Soekarno-Hatta International Airport
Ngurah Rai Airport
Husein Sastranegara International Airport
Juanda International Airport
AOC 121[12]
Indonesia AirAsia X XT IDX RED PHOENIX 2 Ngurah Rai International Airport
Indonesia Air Transport I8 IDA INTRA 32 Halim Perdanakusuma International Airport AOC 121[12]
Jhonlin Air Transport JLB JHONLIN 4 Syamsudin Noor Airport
Kalimantan Air Service
Kalstar Aviation KD KLS KALSTAR 6 AOC 121[12]
Kaltim Airlines 3 Samarinda International Airport
Lion Air JT LNI LION INTER 104 Soekarno-Hatta International Airport
Juanda International Airport
Hang Nadim International Airport
AOC 121[12]
NAM Air IN NIH NAM 10 Soekarno–Hatta International Airport
Pelita Air Service 6D PAS PELITA 16 Halim Perdanakusuma International Airport AOC 121[12]
AOC 135[11]
Sky Aviation (Indonesia) SY SYA SKY 9 Sultan Syarif Kasim II International Airport
Hang Nadim International Airport
Halim Perdanakusuma Airport
Sriwijaya Air SJ SJY SRIWIJAYA 36 Soekarno–Hatta International Airport
Juanda International Airport
Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport
Ngurah Rai International Airport
Kualanamu International Airport
Susi Air SI SQS SKY QUEEN 14 PT Asi Pudjiastuti
AOC 135[11]
TransNusa Air Services 8B TNU TRANSNUSA 5 El Tari Airport
Travira Air TR TVV PARAMITA 12 AOC 135[11]
Trigana Air Service IL TGN TRIGANA 20 Halim Perdanakusuma International Airport AOC 121[12]
Wings Air IW WON WINGS ABADI 15 Soekarno-Hatta International Airport AOC 121[12]
Xpress Air XN XAR TRAVEL EXPRESS 14 PT Travel Express
AOC 121[12]

Charter Airlines[edit]

Airline IATA ICAO Callsign Fleet
Size
Hub Airport(s) Notes IOSA (IATA) EASA (EU) IASA (FAA)
Air Born Indonesia 6 Sultan Aji Muhammad Sulaiman Airport AOC 135[11] NO NO YES
EastIndo ESD EASTINDO 6 Halim Perdanakusuma International Airport AOC 135[11] NO NO YES
Gatari Air Service GHS GATARI 5 Halim Perdanakusuma International Airport AOC 135[11] NO NO YES
Mimika Air 2 AOC 135 NO NO YES
Nusantara Air Charter SJK NUSANTRA NO NO YES
Nusantara Buana Air 3 Polonia International Airport
Sultan Iskandarmuda Airport
AOC 135[11] NO NO YES
Premiair 7 PT Ekspres Transportasi Antarbenua
AOC 135[11]
NO YES YES
Transwisata Prima Aviation 6 AOC 135[11] NO NO YES

Cargo Airlines[edit]

Airlines ICAO IATA Callsign Commenced
Operations
Hub Airport Notes IOSA (IATA) EASA (EU) IASA (FAA)
Auvia Air 1 NO NO YES
Cardig Air 8F CAD 2 Soekarno-Hatta International Airport AOC 121[12] NO NO YES
Cargo Garuda Indonesia GA GIA INDONESIA Soekarno–Hatta International Airport YES YES YES
Manunggal Air Services 2 Halim Perdanakusuma International Airport AOC 121[12] NO NO YES
Papua Indonesia Air System NO NO NO
Post Ekspres Prima 1
Republic Express Airlines RPH PUBLIC EXPRESS 1 NO NO YES
Tri-MG Intra Asia Airlines GY TMG TRILINES 5 Soekarno-Hatta International Airport AOC 121[12] NO NO YES

Accidents and incidents[edit]

After major accident of Adam Air in January 2007 which killed all 102 people on board, there were no major accidents up to November 8, 2011. Up to November 8, 2011 year to date, there were 11 accidents, 16 serious incidents and 9 incidents. An accident as aircraft crash that result in death, a serious incident is defined as inflicting injury and when no injury was called an incident. 52 percent of all the aircraft accidents between 2007 and 2010 were caused by human error mainly when passed over mountainous area.[13]

Regulations[edit]

To make better airlines environment, Transportation Ministry has released Permenhub No. 45/2015 in February 2015 about Persyaratan Kepemilikan Modal (Capital Requirements), which mentioned that for new airlines should have Rp300 billion capital paid for each airplane with maximum 70 seats capacity to be scheduled airline, Rp500 billion for more than 70 seats capacity, and for non-scheduled Rp150 billion of maximum 70 seats capacity. For existing airlines the capital requirements should be fulfilled at last in 2018.

The authourity will also strict the implementation of each airlines which should deliver their last year audited financial statement by registered public accountant not more than 14 April of the current year.[14]

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