Indonesia

DATA SPOTLIGHT: Indonesia

This year the Corporate Travel Community (CTC) will feature some of the leading airlines, airports and country markets for air travel. Here, using the extensive profile insights

The Asia Pacific region sees ‘a reshuffling of growth prospects’ as Northeast Asia ‘no longer leads the recovery table unambiguously’

The world is entering a more difficult stage of recovery, with the post-lockdown GDP bounce expected to give way to slower growth in coming quarters,

Asian countries dominate among those with the most citizens confident in travelling in the ‘new normal’ where contactless experiences dictate sentiment

Asian travellers are showing more confidence about travelling in the new normal than their western counterparts, according to a recent global study conducted by social

DATA SPOTLIGHT: Citilink

This year The Blue Swan Daily will feature some of the leading airlines, airports and country markets for air travel. Here, using the extensive profile insights available

Country Insight: #6 – Indonesia

This year The Blue Swan Daily will countdown the world’s 100 largest aviation markets based upon departure seats in 2018. Here, using the extensive profile

Stick or Twist? One of Indonesia’s state airport operators wants to develop airports in Africa, but could well do better by remaining focused on its home market

Angkasa Pura II (AP II), one of the two (with Angkasa Pura I) state-owned airport operators in Indonesia, has said it will target African countries

Europe is the most aspirational destination for South-East Asian travellers with ‘prestigious’ countries the priority

The scenic beauty, natural landscapes, diversity of cultural attractions and the good weather have been identified among the reasons why Europe remains the most aspirational

Indonesian LCC Citilink takes the long-haul plunge with A330-900neos that were intended for WOW air

Indonesia’s Citilink is poised to become the fourth LCC competing in the Asia-Europe market from Dec-2019, when it aims to launch services from Jakarta to

Bali could still get a controversial second international airport, initially just for budget airline flights, but is it really practical and will it ultimately get investor backing?

Bali’s Governor I Wayan Koster has once again reaffirmed the provincial government’s commitment to developing a second international airport on the island; one focused on

After four attempts in five years, Garuda Indonesia is set to finally pull the plug on its unprofitable London link

Garuda Indonesia is again suspending services to London, ending the latest chapter in a colourful saga that began five years ago. A permanent suspension is

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