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Garuda Indonesia president director Irfan Setiaputra has spoken up about the early retirement plans offered by the management to employees.
Lion Air announces that it will wait for an official instruction before reintroducing its Boeing 737 Max fleet into operations.
Garuda Indonesia and Lion Air Group airlines welcomed the government's stimulus policy on the subsidy of the passenger service charge or airport tax.
The Indonesian government will exempt airline passengers from airport tax or passenger service charge (PSC) who depart from 13 airports.
INACA secretary-general advises pilots to temporarily shift professions as he believes it will take long for the aviation industry to fully recover.
Transportation Minister Budi Karya Sumadi claims the government has yet found COVID-19 infections in the aviation industry.
State-run airport operator AP II planned to open heliport facilities at the Soekarno-Hatta International Airport complex in the near future.
The government's strategy has sparked a gradual growth within the aviation industry destined for domestic tourism.
Garuda Indonesia CEO Irfan Setiaputra estimated that due to the Covid-19 pandemic, aviation business will likely be recovered in the next two years.
INACA said the aviation industry's risk assumptions on the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic was only designed until May.
Garuda Indonesia CEO Irfan Setiaputra ensured that his firm was operating as usual despite taking hits from the coronavirus outbreak.
The Indonesian aviation industry is limped by a global outbreak of the new coronavirus known as COVID-19.
Coordinating Minister Airlangga Hartarto said ESDM Ministry and Pertamina will study on a one-price policy on jet fuel in a bid to suppress airfare.
The Transportation Ministry argues that drones continue to pose increasing safety risks for the aviation industry.
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SOE Ministry deputy Gatot Trihargo said the ministry would abide by KPPU's decision on the double position practice of the Garuda Indonesia CEO.
An aviation observer opined one of the policies the government could take to lower airlines tariff is to grant tax incentives for aviation components.
The KPPU supports President Jokowi's concept of inviting foreign airlines to the Indonesian aviation industry.
Garuda Indonesia claimed its management was fearless in facing the competition with foreign airlines.
The government would loosen regulations on the permit of foreign airlines to operate domestic flights to improve the national aviation industry.