Pt. Mimika Air, formerly known as GT Air (Germania Trisila Air) is a  charter airline based in Jakarta, Indonesia. It was established in 1998 and operates charter services for Djayanti, an Indonesian forestry company. Its main base is Halim Perdanakusuma Airport, Jakarta.
A GT Air Fokker F-27-500 Friendship.
History [ edit ]
GT Air was established in 1998.
Its official name is Germania Trisila Air.  From November 2004  to mid-2006,  GT Air operated scheduled flights between  Denpasar (Bali) and Lombok.
In 2006, a
DHC-6 Twin Otter was chartered to transport aid workers to Aceh and North Sumatra provinces in the aftermath of the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake. In July 2007, the  Directorate General of Civil Aviation cancelled the Air Operator's Certificate of Germania Trisila Air, along with another eight Indonesian airlines. 
As of August 2006, the Mimika Air fleet comprised the following aircraft:
Accidents and incidents [ edit ]
On 23 February 2005,
DHC-6 Twin Otter PK-LTY of GT Air struck a fence on landing at Enarotali Airport on a flight from Timika.  On 12 April 2005, DHC-6 Twin Otter PK-LTZ of GT Air crashed near
Enarotali while on a flight from Timika to Enarotali while on a scheduled passenger flight. The wreckage was not discovered until 17 April. All three crew and fourteen passengers were killed.  On 17 April 2009,
Mimika Air Flight 514, operated by Pilatus PC-6 PK-LTJ crashed into Mount Gergaji, Papua killing all ten people on board.
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