After a 45-day grounding caused by financial woes, Indonesia's Star Air re-commenced flight operations on Friday, July 15, 2005.
During the month and one-half hiatus, Star Air restructured its management and its debt structure and has re-emerged with a smaller fleet, now operating only three Boeing 737-200 aircrafts. The airline's two less fuel efficient MD-80 aircraft have been retired from the fleet.
The airline's current schedule operates 3 flights daily between Jakarta and Bali with one of those flight offering a continuing service to Kupang, West Timor.
In addition to Bali (Denpasar) and Kupang, Star Air also flies to Surabaya and Manado from its Jakarta hub.
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