Bisnis.com reports that no less than 18 air routes once flown by Sky Aviation are now being offered to other Indonesian domestic carrier due to the failure of Sky Aviation to operate schedules it abandoned in March of 2014.
Among the 18 routes now up from grabs are: Denpasar-Labuan Bajo, Denpasar-Maumere, Kupang-Maumere, Alor-Kupang, Ende-Kupang, Batam-Pangkal Pinang, Batam-Tanjung Karang, Batam-Pontianak, Batam-Natuna, Batam-Matak, Pangkal Pinang-Tanjung Pandan, Palembang-Tanjung Pandan, Dumai-Pekanbaru, Pekan Baru-Tanjung Pinang, Natuna-Pontianak, Matak-Tanjung Pinang, Surabaya-Tanjung Pinang and Yogyakarta-Tanjung Pinang.
18 routes and 95 flight frequencies belonging to Sky Aviation have been without the airline’s services since March.
Aviation sources report that Sky Aviation has twice asked for extensions from the government to be allowed to develop a strategy to resume flight operations. The last deadline, however, expired on May 31, 2014.
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