European Union Banned Airlines for Indonesia

Last updated: November 25, 2010
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Indonesia remains on the updated European Union blacklist, while a number of carriers continue to obtain exceptions.

On 23rd November 2010 the Mobility and Transport department of the European Commission issued an update to its airline blacklist of international airlines; no changes affected Indonesian airlines.

Airlines in Indonesia remain blacklisted by default, unless they obtain an exception; currently six Indonesian airlines have managed to persuade the EU on safety issues, they being:

The following airlines remain expressly banned:

  • AIR PACIFIC UTAMAALFA TRANS DIRGANTATA
  • ASCO NUSA AIR
  • ASI PUDJIASTUTI
  • AVIASTAR MANDIRI
  • CARDIG AIR
  • DABI AIR NUSANTARA
  • DERAYA AIR TAXI
  • DERAZONA AIR SERVICE
  • DIRGANTARA AIR SERVICE
  • EASTINDO
  • GATARI AIR SERVICE
  • INDONESIA AIR TRANSPORT
  • INTAN ANGKASA AIR SERVICE
  • JOHNLIN AIR TRANSPORT
  • KAL STAR
  • KARTIKA AIRLINES
  • KURA-KURA AVIATION
  • LION MENTARI AIRLINES
  • MANUNGGAL AIR SERVICE
  • MEGANTARA
  • MERPATI NUSANTARA AIRLINES
  • MIMIKA AIR
  • NATIONAL UTILITY HELICOPTER
  • NUSANTARA AIR CHARTER
  • NUSANTARA BUANA AIR
  • NYAMAN AIR
  • PELITA AIR SERVICE
  • PENERBANGAN ANGKASA SEMESTA
  • PURA WISATA BARUNA
  • REPUBLIC EXPRESS AIRLINES
  • RIAU AIRLINES
  • SAMPOERNA AIR NUSANTARA
  • SAYAP GARUDA INDAH
  • SKY AVIATION
  • SRIWIJAYA AIR
  • SURVEI UDARA PENAS
  • TRANSWISATA PRIMA AVIATION
  • TRAVEL EXPRESS AVIATION SERVICE
  • TRAVIRA UTAMA
  • TRI MG INTRA ASIA AIRLINES
  • TRIGANA AIR SERVICE
  • UNINDO
  • WINGS ABADI AIR


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