Sriwijaya Air is a Indonesian Low-Cost Airline based in Jakarta
Sriwijaya Air Airline was founded in Indonesia in 2003. Today Sriwijaya Air flies to 37 destinations in Indonesia.
Most popular flights are to Jakarta, Solo, Bali, Luwuk, Medan, Surabaya, Penang, Singapore and Yogyakarta.
Cheap flights to/from Balikpapan, Bandung, Denpasar, Jakarta, Malang, Medan, Penang, Pangkalpinang, Singapore, Pekanbaru, Semarang, Surabaya and more.
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Nam Air Aims for 2014 Take-Off
Sriwijaya Air, a private low-cost carrier, is looking to launch a full service airline early next year, a company official said.
Toto Nursatyo, commercial director at Sriwijaya Air, said the new airline — called Nam Air — expects to secure an aviation business license, known as SIUP, from the transportation ministry by the end of July.
Nam Air reportedly plans to use Bombardier, Embraer and ATR aircraft for its flights but Toto declined to give any information regarding the new airline’s fleet.
A pilot from the Sriwijaya Air refused to take off because a blind
passenger had boarded the flight without a chaperon, here, Wednesday.
Sriwijaya Eyes Major China
Private low-cost carrier Sriwijaya Air has set a goal of serving flights to eight cities in seven provinces in China by the end of this year, the director of the company said on Tuesday.
“These are potential routes and we are optimistic that this will increase Sriwijaya Air’s business,” Chandra Lie, president director of Sriwijaya Air, said on Tuesday.
If it were to happen, the addition to Sriwijaya’s route map would be an extraordinary expansion for the carrier, and a big bet on the power of China’s blossoming tourist numbers.
New route Solo-Denpasar
The opening of the new route is to meet the demand of international travellers who travel from Bali to Solo and pretty much the opposite.
Those travelling to
Indonesia will have another airline to choose from when Flying Fox Airways
starts its Ipoh-Medan flights next month.
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