Articles Tagged ‘Sriwijaya Air’

Bali boost as Denpasar doubles capacity since 2010; Garuda Indonesia is leading airline, Jakarta tops route table

Bali boost as Denpasar doubles capacity since 2010; Garuda Indonesia is leading airline, Jakarta tops route table

There were 29.18 million two-way seats available on flights serving Denpasar Airport in Bali in 2017, an impressive 18.2% increase on the previous year. Nick Preston examines Denpasar’s network developments over the past 10 years including its leading airlines, routes and country markets.

Bahrain Airport-Jakarta is "Skyscanner Unserved Route of the Week” with 90,000 searches; anna.aero recommends Gulf Air

Bahrain Airport-Jakarta is “Skyscanner Unserved Route of the Week” with 90,000 searches; anna.aero recommends Gulf Air

Skyscanner’s Travel Insight software has uncovered that in the last year 90,000 potential passengers searched for flights between Bahrain and Jakarta ‒ but the route is unserved! While Gulf Air already serves Bangkok and Manila in Southeast Asia, Indonesia remains a network white spot.

Sriwijaya Air enters an ex-Batavia Air domestic market

Sriwijaya Air enters an ex-Batavia Air domestic market

Sriwijaya Air launches services from Denpasar to Dili.


Bangkok Triple: Airports of Thailand takes three top route development prizes in 3rd Asian ANNIES

Bangkok Triple: Airports of Thailand takes three top route development prizes in 3rd Asian ANNIES

Tokyo Narita’s mascot, Kutan, joins in the Asian ANNIE celebrations, as the Japanese hub scoops the award for the airport with the most new long-haul routes.

Indonesia’s 6th biggest domestic airline grounded; Mandala Airlines has 45 days to find new investors to keep flying

Indonesia’s 6th biggest domestic airline grounded; Mandala Airlines has 45 days to find new investors to keep flying

Indonesia’s highly competitive domestic market appears to have claimed another victim. What share of the market did Mandala Airlines have and how many routes did it operate? What competition did it face on its busiest route?

Indonesia’s traffic up 3.5% last year; Lion Air now #1 among domestic carriers; still no non-stop flights to Western Europe

Article Thumbnail: Country FocusDespite the collapse of Adam Air Indonesia’s airports still grew last year handling almost 80 million passengers. The domestic market is highly competitive but non-stop long-haul routes to Europe and North America are still missing.