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Garuda launches Makassar-Singapore service
June 2nd, 2011

Mimi Hudoyo, Jakarta, June 1, 2011

GARUDA Indonesia today launched its Makassar-Singapore daily flights, in line with the opening of the South Sulawesi capital as its third hub, after Jakarta and Bali.

Garuda president and CEO, Emirsyah Satar, said: “Makassar is growing fast as a business city and it is strategically located in the eastern part of Indonesia.”

Makassar’s Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport will serve 13 of Garuda’s domestic and regional destinations – Ambon, Balikpapan, Biak, Denpasar, Jakarta, Jayapura, Palu, Surabaya, Gorontalo, Manado, Ternate, Timika and Singapore.

The airline also revealed that its fourth hub would be developed in Medan, Sumatra, serving western Indonesia.

In the meantime, the airline has raised frequencies on a number of regional services, including Jakarta-Beijing from three to five flights per week, Denpasar-Seoul from three- to five-weekly, Jakarta-Singapore from seven to eight times daily, and Jakarta-Bangkok from daily to twice a day.

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New law accommodates needs of mixed marriages
May 10th, 2011

The House of Representatives has passed into law a bill on immigration, which carries several long-awaited changes.

The bill was passed during the plenary session at the House on Thursday.

According to Law and Human Rights Minister Patrialis Akbar, the new law contains changes on par with the “actual developments” brought by “increased mobility” of people due to globalization and efforts to keep the administration in line with ratified international conventions Indonesia has signed.

Among the changes, he said, were regulations on mixed marriages whereby the spouses and children of mixed marriages can now obtain permanent residency permits more easily.

This includes former holders of Indonesian citizenship and children of divorced parents, where one parent is an Indonesian citizen, he said.

Patrialis added that the changes were made to “increase the recognition of human rights values”.

“Foreigners who legally marry an Indonesian citizen and their children, who still hold temporary and permanent residency permits can [now] take up work openly to fulfill their lives and their family’s needs.”

He further said that those holding permanent residency status for an indefinite period were required to report to the immigration every five years.

“And they will be charged no fees,” he added.

However, those involved in “false marriages with the intent of obtaining immigration documents and to obtain Indonesian citizenship” would be punished, Patrialis said.

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WALHI Rejects Bali International Park Development
February 3rd, 2011

The Bali Forum for Environment (WALHI) has rejected the development plans for Bali International Park. The park is going to be built by the central government in time for the meeting of the economic cooperation forum of Asia-Pacific APEC in 2013.

WALHI Bali Regional Council Chairman Wayan “Gendo” Suardana said during the hearing with Bali’s House of Representatives in Denpasar on Monday that 250 hectares set aside for park development is against the spatial plan for the Bali province. Furthermore, it’s a reflection of intervention by the central government, not to mention the monument for peace that is going to be added within the international park conflicts with the policy of a moratorium on development in South Bali.

“This development plan shows the inconsistency of the ministry of culture and tourism because it has in excess of 9800 rooms,” stressed Gendo. Berita Bali reported that Gendo also hopes parliament will investigate the direct appointment of PT Jimbaran Green for Bali International Park development by the president.

Meanwhile, Bali Governor Made Mangku Pastika on Tuesday called for public support for a planned $300 million convention center according to the Jakarta Globe.

“We should be thankful for this honor,” Pastika said. “An opportunity like this comes to Indonesia only once every few decades, so it should be a point of national pride.”

He added that the Bali International Park project was backed by both presidential and ministerial decrees and would proceed regardless of any objections.

“Everything’s on track but there’s always going to be some naysayers,” he said.

 

Source:http://beatmag.com/latest-news/walhi-rejects-bali-international-park-development.html

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Garuda increases flights to Sydney
January 7th, 2011

Garuda Indonesia announced it will increase flights on the Sydney to Jakarta route to keep up with growing demand.

The airline said it would add four extra flights per week, increasing it from three to seven per week, Spice News reported.

According to the source, its decision to add extra trips on the route came after passenger capacity from Sydney to Jakarta surpassed capacity to Bali by up to ten percent in November and December last year.

Garuda Indonesia senior Australia general manager Bagus Y Siregar said the airline’s decision to add flights on the route demonstrates its support in tourism to Jakarta.

“We foresee that… with daily services from Sydney to Jakarta we will provide our customers with endless opportunity for travel and encourage the continued growth of Jakarta not only as popular Indonesian destination but as Asia’s newest gateway to the globe,” he said.

The carrier also recently said it would increase its trips between Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta this month, using the Boeing 737-800NG to service the route.

Source: etravelblackboard.com

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Angkasa Pura I ready to tender Bali airport expansion
December 23rd, 2010

State airport operator PT Angkasa Pura I is readying to expand Ngurah Rai International Airport in Bali, saying it will organize a tender for the first phase of the project soon.The expansion has been estimated to require up to Rp 1.9 trillion (US$ 210 billion) in investment and is scheduled for completion by 2013.

“The project will be separated into four phases. We are ready to commence the first phase, disbursing Rp 227.7 billion in investment,” Angkasa Pura I planning director Yuda Prana Sugarda said in Jakarta on Wednesday, adding that during the first phase the company would construct access roads and substitute buildings.

The second phase will require Rp 344 billion, while the third and fourth phases will cost Rp 1.2 trillion and Rp 100 billion, he said.

Of this amount, up to Rp 1.2 trillion will be financed by the state and the government investment center, involving three state banks — Mandiri, BNI and BRI. The remainder will be taken from the company’s cash reserves.

According to an earlier report, under the planned expansion Angkasa Pura would switch the domestic and international terminals to cope with an increase in international passengers.

The new international terminal would also be expanded to cover 120,000 square meters.

The management also plans to build a 39,000-square-meter three-story parking with room for up to 1,500 vehicles.

By 2013, the airport’s terminals will cover 190,000 square meters and be able to serve up to 20 million passengers a year.

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New airline to fly to Bali
December 11th, 2010

New international airline Strategic Airlines has announced a new Brisbane to Denpasar, Bali, route, starting in March 2011.

Strategic will fly the route every Wednesday and Saturday with a dual-aisle Airbus A330 aircraft featuring 30 business class seats and 243 economy seats.

Spokesman Damien Vasta said most airlines were offering a no-frills service on what was a reasonably long flight.

‘We believe our passengers will really enjoy flying on a wide-bodied Airbus A330 with the comfort and customer service of a full service carrier, at very affordable fares,’ he said.

The first flight departs on March 19 but went on sale on Friday from $359 one-way, or $671 return, including taxes.

Strategic Airlines, part of the Strategic Aviation Group, is Australia’s newest international carrier.

It employs more than 200 people, and expects to more than double its worldwide staff over the next 12 months.

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Direct flights between Phuket, Bali and Denpasar (THB)
November 24th, 2010

Air Asia has announced plans to launch new direct flights between Phuket, Bali and Denpasar.

Starting on the 17th December, Air Asia will operate the new route four times weekly every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.

The budget airline is hoping the new route will attract more travellers by giving direct access from one popular tourist destination to the other at an affordable price.

In fact, between the 17th December 2010 to the 10th November 2011 Air Asia is offering travellers a low price of 850 Baht (249,000 IDR) each way. Standard prices following the offer have not released.

Phuket is already fast becoming an international airline hub with Qatar airlines having also launched new flights between Phuket and Kuala Lumpur.

The Island of Phuket is regarded by many as a tropical island paradise and is one of the most beautiful and enchanting islands in Asia. Clear blue waters, countless white sandy beaches and the welcoming Thai people have all helped to develop the Island into one of the worlds leading holiday destinations and a very popuar place to own a second home.

Phuket has a modern international airport with daily direct and connecting flights to Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia, Europe and America. The infrastructure is well developed with excellent road networks and reliable transportation.

Phuket’s beautiful landscape and tropical climate provides many oppourtunities for the nature lover. Here there is an abundance of wildlife with a huge variety of species and plenty of opportunity to enjoy a day out in natural surroundings.

The pleasant warm tropical climate make Phuket an ideal environment for the enjoyment of many sporting activites. The Island is a haven for dive enthusiasts with many of the Worlds top dive sites lying off the coast just a short journey by speed boat.

Golf is another major attraction in Phuket, with no less than 5 championship golf courses on the Island. The Laguna (Banyan Tree) course on the west coast and Mission Hills golf club on the east coast are regarded as two of Asia’s top courses.

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