BBN Airlines Indonesia secures additional AOC

BBN Airlines Indonesia

AlsimBBN Airlines Indonesia has recently obtained an additional Air Operator Certificate (AOC) for commercial passenger flights from the Indonesia DGCA. This certification reaffirms the airline’s readiness to operate aircraft for commercial purposes, solidifying the company’s commitment to meeting the needs of the Indonesian public by providing safe, reliable, and efficient air travel services.

Martynas Grigas, Chairman of BBN Airlines Indonesia, stated, “With the issuance of this AOC, BBN Airlines Indonesia aims to bring more capacity to the region, and deliver a high standard of safety and service in the air travel experience.”

According to Martynas, this certification marks the initial step for BBN Airlines Indonesia to meet the substantial demand for flights, particularly during major holidays such as Eid al-Fitr and the holiday season in Indonesia.

“In addition to the considerable demand for domestic flights, there is also high demand from India and China. Therefore, BBN Airlines Indonesia has organized its operational area, covering the Asia-Pacific region, allowing the company to not only serve domestic needs but also cater to requests from neighboring countries in that region,” Martynas added.

Up to this point, BBN Airlines Indonesia has prepared three Boeing 737-800 fleets to accommodate charter passenger requests and three cargo planes with a mix of Boeing 737-800 and Boeing 737-400 fleets for both domestic and international flights. With the existing fleet and increasing demand, BBN Airlines Indonesia targets operating a total of 40 aircraft by 2027.


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