Good News From Super Air Jet, The Airline Owned By The Conglomerate Rusdi Kirana Is Preparing 22 Airbus Aircraft For The 2022 Eid Homecoming
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JAKARTA - The airline from the Lion Group owned by conglomerate Rusdi Kirana, Super Air Jet is preparing to meet the mobility needs of passengers during the high season or the peak season of Eid 2022 by preparing 22 Airbus 320-200 aircraft.

Super Air Jet President Director Ari Azhari said that the Airbus A320-200 aircraft belonging to Super Air Jet had been designed according to the needs of the current aviation market, through several excellent aircraft maintenance facilities.

"Super Air Jet has carried out a thorough check of the aircraft and documents. Aircraft maintenance is still being carried out following standard operating procedures. This step is to ensure the aircraft is ready and safe to operate," said Ari Azhari in his official statement, quoted Friday, April 29.

According to Ari, all these air buses have HEPA Filter air filter technology, which is able to filter out 99.9% of germs, bacteria and viruses so that air circulation in the cabin is well maintained and comfortable, in accordance with current health protocols.

"In an effort to maintain the level of punctuality, Super Air Jet has managed the movement of the aircraft and placed a backup aircraft (standby aircraft)," he said.

The Airbus Super Air Jet aircraft serves 19 routes throughout Indonesia, including:

1. Jakarta: Soekarno Hatta International Airport, Tangerang (CGK)

2. Medan: Medan Kualanamu International Airport, North Sumatra (KNO)

3. Batam: Hang Nadim International Airport, Riau Islands (BTH)

4. Palembang: Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II International Airport, South Sumatra (PLM)

5. Pekanbaru: Sultan Syarif Kasim II International Airport, Riau (PKU)

6. Padang: Minangkabau International Airport, West Sumatra (PDG)

7. Jambi: Sultan Thaha Airport (DJB)

8. Bandar Lampung: Radin Inten II Airport Tanjung Karang, Lampung (TKG)

9. Surabaya; Juanda International Airport, East Java (SUB)

10. Yogyakarta: Yogyakarta International Airport, Kulonprogo (YIA)

11. Solo: Adi Soemarmo International Airport, Central Java (SOC)

12. Semarang: General Ahmad Yani International Airport, Central Java (SRG)

13. Bali: I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport, Denpasar (DPS)

14. Lombok: Zainuddin Abdul Madjid International Airport, West Nusa Tenggara (LOP)

15. Pontianak: Supadio International Airport, West Kalimantan (PNK)

16. Balikpapan: Sultan Aji Muhammad Sulaiman Sepinggan International Airport, East Kalimantan (BPN).

17. Banjarmasin: Syamsudin Noor International Airport, South Kalimantan (BDJ)

18. Samarinda: Aji Prince Tumenggung Pranoto International Airport, East Kalimantan (AAP)

19. Makassar: Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport, South Sulawesi (UPG)

"Super Air Jet has standardized training for management, all flight crews, employees to further improve security and service to passengers," concluded Ari Azhari.

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