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Formed in 2010 and started operations in 2012. Scheduled & charter, international, regional & domestic, passenger & cargo jet airplane services.
Halim Perdanakusuma Airport
Terminal Building 3nd Floor Room A-03
Jakarta 13610, Indonesia
Indonesia (the Republic of Indonesia) was established in 1945, it covers an area of 1,904,569 sq km, its population is 210 million, its capital city is Jakarta, and its official language is Indonesian.
August 2010: Sky Aviation was established as an air charter service with a fleet of 2 Cirrus SR20 airplanes.
September 2010: After a management change, Sky Aviation (SKI) expanded its services to a regular scheduled airline.
November 2010: Cessna 208B Grand Caravan (0643, PK-ECC) delivery.
December 2010: Started scheduled services between Surabaya, Banyuwangi, and Denpasar.
February 2011: Received 1st Fokker F 50 (20279, PK-ECF) of 5 orders.
June 2011: At the 49th Le Bourget International Air Show, Paris, France, (GECI) Aviation signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Sky Aviation (SKI) for 10 Skylander SK-105 twin-turboprop airplanes with options for 10 other airplanes.
March 2012: Sky Aviation (SKI) launched its first international route
with a turboprop-powered Fokker F 50 to serve Raja Haji Fisabilillah Airport, Tanjung Pinang, Riau Islands to Melaka (Malacca), Malaysia.
April 2012: Sky Aviation (SKI) has opened a new route connecting Raja Haji Fisabilillah airport, Tanjung Pinang in the Riau Islands to Melaka in Malaysia, to meet the surge in passenger traffic between the two towns.
May 2012: ACCDT: A Russian Sukhoi Superjet 100 (SSJ100) (SaM146) (95004) airplane crashed during a demonstration flight in Indonesia after no signs of the airplane or responses from flight crew (FC) had been received many hours after the new jet type disappeared.
Fifty people, including eight crew, were on board the SSJ100, which was doing the second of two company demonstration flights from near Jakarta. The airplane is believed to be one of two company prototypes being used for sales and marketing promotion tours.
Indonesian aviation authorities confirmed to Russian News Agency "(RIA) Novosti" that a search effort was underway after the airplane disappeared from radar near Bogor in West Java province, near a volcanic mountain. The aerial search in the mountainous terrain was temporarily suspended after dark.
According to the Russian news agency, air traffic controllers reported that shortly before radio contact was lost, 20 minutes after takeoff, the pilots (FC) had requested permission to descend from 10,000 ft/(3,000 m to 6,000 ft/1,800 m. “After it was cleared for descent, the plane started turning right and descending but then disappeared from the radar screens at an altitude of 6,200 ft in a mountainous area, 100 to 120 km from Jakarta airport,” "(RIA) Novosti" said, adding that Indonesian authorities had suggested the airplane “may have crashed into a mountain in poor visibility.”
The SSJ100 arrived in Jakarta as part of a demonstration tour of 6 Asian countries. It had been to Myanmar, Pakistan and Kazakhstan, and after Indonesia, was scheduled to visit Laos and Vietnam.
The 100-seat SSJ100 is a joint venture airplane produced by Sukhoi (SSJ), Finmeccanica and other companies. It is powered by (SaM146) engines produced by PowerJet, a joint venture company of Russia’s (NPO) Saturn and France’s Snecma. The SSJ100 entered service in 2011 with Armenian Armavia (ARZ) and gained European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) certification in early February.
Later, rescuers who hiked to the remote slope of the dormant Indonesian volcano, Mount Salak in West Java, where the new-model Russian passenger SSJ100 jet crashed, found no signs that any of the 50 people aboard had survived, according to local news media and the Russian Foreign Ministry.
An Indonesian search team has found the cockpit voice recorder (CVR) of the Russian Sukhoi Superjet SSJ100 that crashed, killing all 45 people on board.
The (CVR) was found about 100 m from the tail of the plane but the flight data recorder (FDR) remains missing, the (BBC) reported.
Interjet (AAE), the launch airline of the Sukhoi Superjet 100 in Latin America, said it will continue with plans to incorporate the airplane into its fleet, with first deliveries to begin by the end of the year. The announcement came in the wake of a fatal SSJ100 demonstration flight crash in Indonesia earlier this month.
(AAE) said the airplane has also been certified in Mexico by the local air transport authority (DGAC)-(SCT), as well as the European Air Safety Agency (EASA).
In January 2011, Interjet (AAE) announced an estimated $650 million deal for 15 SSJ100 firm orders and five options.
August 2012: Sky Aviation (SKI) operated a leased 737-3M8 (25040, PK-KSN) on scheduled flights between Jakarta and Pekanbaru.
(SKI) provided charter flights for 2 oil companies (Titan Oil and North Sokang Oil) using its Fokker F 50 twin-turboprop airplanes from the Halim Perdanakusuma International Airport in East Jakarta. The flights were provided 3x-weekly, connecting Halim airport from Ranai Airport in Natuna, Riau Islands.
(SKI)'s leased 737-300 will be used to fly the Jakarta-Batam-Natuna route on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. On Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, the 737-300 will be flying the Jakarta to Pekanbaru to Batam to Bandung route. Instead of flying out of Halim airport, Sky Aviation (SKI) is using the Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Cengkareng, Banten, to serve its commercial flight passengers.
(SKI) innovated its full service experience by collaborating with "BreadTalk" to provide oven-baked products for its in-flight catered meal - - SEE ATTACHED - - "SKI-2012-08 - BREADTALK CATERING."
September 2012: Sky Aviation (SKI) transported 294 passengers from Japura Airport Rangat for Haji pilgrimage from its embarkation station in Batam. (SKI) also supported transportation of Haji passengers to embarkation station at Anambas Natuna.
October 2012: Sky Aviation (SKI) started Batam to Palembang flights with the leased 737-300 with 128Y economy seats. The target is 15,000 passengers for a month.
December 2012: Sky Aviation (SKI) is a start-up airline serving a scheduled regional network in Sumatra. Contract and ad hoc charter services, flown primarily in support of oil and gas companies are offered.
(IATA) Code: SY. (ICAO) Code: SYA - (Callsign - SKY).
Company Slogan: "Feel The Limitless Sky Experience and Welcome to Our Sky."
Main Base: Jakarta Halim Perdanakusuma International Airport.
* Hang Nadim Airport.
* Sultan Syarif Kasim II Airport.
* Buluh Tumbag Airport.
* Depati Amir Airport.
* Juanda International Airport.
* Rajah Haji Fisabilillah Airport.
* Soekarno-Hatta International Airport.
* Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II Airport.
* Jakarta to Batam; Natuna; & Pekanbaru.
* Batam to Matak; Natuna; Palembang; Pangkal Pinang; Pekanbaru; & Silangit.
* Denpasar to Labuan Bajo; & Lombok.
* Ende to Kupang; & Labuan Bajo.
* Kupang to Ende; & Labuan Bajo.
* Labuan Bajo to Denpasar; Ende; & Kupang.
* Lombok to Denpasar.
* Matak to Batam; & Tanjung Padam.
* Melacca to Pekanbaru.
* Natuna to Batam.
* Palembang to Batam; Natuna; & Pekanbaru.
* Pangkal Pinang to Batam; & Tanjung Pinang.
* Pekanbaru to Batam; Jakarta; Melacca; Natuna; Palembang; & Tanjung Penang.
* Silangit to Batam.
* Tanjung Pandan to Batam; Palembang; & Pangkal Pinang.
* Tanjung Pinang to Matak; Natuna; Pekanbau; & Tanjung Pandan.
January 2013: The Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Company (SCAC) (SSJ) and Indonesian air carrier, Sky Aviation (SKI) signed in Ulianovsk (Russia), an Act of Delivery & Acceptance for (SKI)'s first Sukhoi (SSJ) Superjet 100 on completion of its technical acceptance procedure.
The document, signed by the parties, stated that the airplane was technically sound and fully met the performance criteria. The Act of Delivery & Acceptance also confirmed that the SSJ100 was transferred to (SKI) with a full set of required Operational and Maintenance documentation, plus flight kit. The airplane was ready to start commercial operation on Sky Aviation (SKI)'s route network.
The SSJ100-95B (95022, /13 PK-BCL) was flown from the Ulianovsk Delivery Center to Sky Aviation (SKI)'s base airport in Indonesia.
Earlier, Indonesian aviation authorities validated the Type Certificate for the Sukhoi Superjet 100 airplane. This validation confirmed compliance of the SSJ100 to the certification requirements of the Indonesian Aviation Authority, allowing its export to Indonesia and operation by Indonesian airlines without restrictions.
SuperJet International (SSJ) signed a “SuperCare” agreement with Sky Aviation (SKI) for after-sales support of its SSJ100 fleet of up to 12 airplanes. SuperJet (SSJ) will provide (SKI) with customized spares availability and maintenance/repair solutions of on-board equipment for 10 years. It will also provide (SKI) with flight crew (FC), cabin crew (CA) and maintenance (MT) staff training courses and on-site support in Jakarta.
Sky Aviation ((ICAO) Code: SYA, based at Jakarta Halim Perdanakusuma International (HLP)) (SKI) plans to use its 1st SSJ 100-95 (95022, PK-BCL) delivered to Indonesia this month, to establish new routes to West Papua. According to several press reports, it plans to use the airplane to launch services from Makassar Hasanuddin (UPG) to Jayapura Sentani (DJJ) and Sorong Jefman (SOQ). Both routes are already served by a wide range of airlines with several daily flights.
March 2013: Lao Central Airlines (LCA) and Indonesia’s Sky Aviation (SKI) announced their 1st Sukhoi Superjet 100s (SSJ100s) have launched their 1st flights. (LCA) launched its 1st domestic flight from Vientiane to Luang Prabang. (LCA) took delivery of its 1st SSJ100 in February. It plans to operate the airplane on both domestic and international routes from Laos to Bangkok, Hanoi, Ho Chi Ming, Singapore and other destinations in SE Asia.
Sky Aviation (SKI) SSJ100 launched domestic service from Makassar to Sorong. (SKI) took delivery of its 1st SSJ100 in January, which it plans to use for domestic destinations. (SKI) (CEO) Krisman Tarigan said last month: “Our country is an archipelago comprising numerous islands. It is vitally important to provide a transport link between them. Some airports in Indonesia have short runways implying certain restrictions for airplanes and [the] SSJ100 will fit these peculiarities as it can land on runways which are <1,800 meters.”
Sky Aviation (SKI), which ordered 12 airplanes at the (MAKS) Air Show in 2011, will take delivery of the airplanes through 2015. The 1st 3 airplanes feature a 2-class cabin layout and seats 12C passengers in business and 75Y in economy; the rest will seat 8C in business and 90Y in economy.
Lao Central (LCA) has 3 airplanes on order, with 6 options. The airplane features a 2-class cabin layout and seats 93 passengers.
August 2013: Sky Aviation (SKI) has taken delivery of its 2nd Sukhoi Superjet 100 (SSJ100). (SKI) plans to expand the SSJ100 network with flights between the islands of Indonesian archipelago: Pontianak (Kalimantan Island), Palembang (Sumatra Island) and Natuna Ranai (Batam Island).
(SKI) took delivery of its 1st SSJ100 in late 2012 and launched its 1st flight at the end of March. According to Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Company (SSJ), the airplane has flown >500 hours on domestic routes.
(SKI), which ordered 12 SSJ100s at the (MAKS) Air Show in 2011, will take delivery of the SSJ100s through 2015. The 1st 3 airplanes feature a 2-class cabin layout and seats 12C passengers in business and 75Y in economy; the rest will seat 8C in business and 90Y in economy.
Sky Aviation (SKI) was established in 2010 and is based at Halim Perdanakusuma Airport in Jakarta. (SKI) operates scheduled and charter services in Indonesia.
December 2013: On December 18, 2013 the 3rd Sukhoi Superjet SSJ100 airplane was handed over to Indonesian airline, Sky Aviation (SKI).
The SSJ100 with serial number (95031) departed from Moscow to (SKI)’s base airport located in the capital of Indonesia — Jakarta.
(SKI) has already received 2 SSJ100. During their successful operations, the 1st 2 SSJ100 airplanes with serial numbers (95022) and (95027) have completed >800 flights with >1000 flight hours.
Sky Aviation (SKI) operates flights with the SSJ100 on routes connecting the numerous islands of the Indonesian archipelago: Pontianak (Kalimatan Island), Palembang (Sumatra Island) and Natuna Ranay (Batam Island).
With the SSJ100, (SKI) plans to serve routes to Surabaya (Java Island), Denpasar (Bali Island), Labuan Bajo (Komodo Island) and Kupang (Timor Island).
(SKI), based at the International Airport Halim Perdanakusuma (Jakarta, Indonesia), was founded in 2010 and operates scheduled and charter flights to Indonesia.