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Clement Charpentreau

Trigana Boeing 737 skids on runway after unstabilized approach

After carrying out an unstabilized approach, a Trigana Air Boeing 737 freighter skidded on the runway of Wamena Airport (WMX), Indonesia, damaging its left wing....


Clement Charpentreau

Indonesia interested in unpopular Austrian Eurofighter Typhoons

The Austrian authorities received a letter of intent from the Indonesian government to acquire the fleet of fifteen Eurofighter Typhoon fighter jets that have been the target of constant debate for the last two decades....


AeroNewsX

Garuda Indonesia crew to stop wearing face masks for smiles

Garuda Indonesia, flag carrier of the Republic of Indonesia, is set to halt a directive requiring in-flight cabin crew to wear face masks amid the COVID-19 pandemic.According to the Malay Mail, this s...


Clement Charpentreau

Indonesian Air Force Hawk 209 crashes in residential area

An Indonesian Air Force BAe Hawk Mk 209 light attack aircraft crashed in the Riau province of Indonesia, on June 15, 2020. The pilot managed to eject from the aircraft....


AeroTime Team

Indonesia prepares $1 billion lifeline to save Garuda

The Indonesian authorities drafted a 1$ billion rescue plan for the national airline, Garuda, to prevent it from collapsing due to the coronavirus crisis....


How to establish an MRO foothold in Asia | AeroTime Podcast
Clement Charpentreau

How to establish an MRO foothold in Asia | AeroTime Podcast

In 2016, the Lithuanian MRO provider FL Technics gained a foothold in Asia by opening a hangar in Jakarta, Indonesia. Behind the project was a fairly seasoned veteran of the aviation industry, Martynas Grigalavičius. He was already one of the leading people when FL Technics was developing in Kaunas, Lithuania. Martynas gave AeroTime an in-depth explanation of the reasons behind the Asian expansion of the company, the obstacles he faced, and...


Ruta Burbaite

Indonesia threatens to halt Airbus orders over spat with EU

Indonesia is reportedly considering halting the import of Airbus passenger aircraft as a result of a trade dispute with the European Union (EU). Retaliating over the EU’s imposed restrictions on the export of palm oil biodiesel, the Indonesian government is now aiming to hit where it hurts most – the European plane maker’s order book....


Clement Charpentreau

Indonesian fighter jets to serve as an alarm clock

During the month of Ramadan, the Indonesian Air Force has to fulfill an unusual duty: to serve as a wake-up call for tens of millions of people over several cities of the island of Java....


AeroTime Team

Lion Air to receive its first A330neo in coming weeks

The first A330neo for Lion Air Group has rolled out of the Airbus paint shop in Toulouse, France, featuring the airline’s distinctive livery. The aircraft will be operated on lease from BOC Aviation....


Ina Hladyshava

MC-21, SSJ-100 makers eye Indonesian market

The Russian manufacturer Irkut is in hopes to seize new markets, as it reportedly discusses potential twinjet MC-21 orders with Indonesia....