Indonesia

NTSB to help investigate Sriwijaya Air 737 crash

The United States National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) will send a team of experts to help investigate the Sriwijaya Air 737 crash in Indonesia....


Crashed Sriwijaya Air 737 re-entered service after nine months of storage

Before the fatal crash, Sriwijaya Air Boeing 737-500 was stored for nine months and was certified as airworthy in December 2020. ...


Indonesian Navy recovers engine from Sriwijaya Air wreckage

The Indonesian Navy recovered one of the engines of the Sriwijaya Air Boeing 737 that crashed in the sea with 62 people on board. The black boxes were located....


Indonesia eager to order Dassault Rafale jets by 2021

French Minister of Armed Forces Florence Parly confirmed that her Indonesian counterpart was eager to acquire 36 Dassault Rafale jets as soon as possible....


Gotta fly ‘em all: Indonesia offered F-16 Viper instead of F-35

As part of its ambitious fighter fleet renewal plan, Indonesia envisioned buying the F-35A. But Washington refused and preferred to offer the F-16 “Viper” instead....


Indonesia refuses to refuel US Navy P-8 Poseidon patrol plane

Indonesia refused to allow the P-8 Poseidon maritime patrol aircraft of the United States Navy to refuel on their land when they operate in the Pacific Ocean....


Eurofighter Typhoon: Austria examines Indonesia’s surprise offer

The Austrian Ministry of Defense is ready to move forward with the offer of the Indonesian government to acquire the fleet of fifteen Eurofighter Typhoon fighter jets....


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....


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....


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...