Jakarta (2009-12-07)

THE INDONESIAN government is aiming to remove another 23 airlines from an EU blacklist by February 2010 after the carriers were recertified and secured an Air Operator Certificate (AOC), one of the requirements the EU has in place.

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Indonesia looking to shave EU carrier blacklist
 
Jakarta (2009-12-07)

THE INDONESIAN government is aiming to remove another 23 airlines from an EU blacklist by February 2010 after the carriers were recertified and secured an Air Operator Certificate (AOC), one of the requirements the EU has in place.

The 23 airlines are among 47 Indonesian carriers still banned by the EU, and include four major carriers - Lion Air, Batavia Air, Indonesia AirAsia and Travira Air - with more than 10 aircraft in their fleet.
 
Director-general of air communications, Herry Bakti Gumay, told the media his office was preparing to submit the necessary papers for the EU to review the airlines.

At mid-year, the EU had removed Garuda Indonesia, Mandala Airlines, Airfast and Premiair from its blacklist, paving the way for Garuda to resume flights to the continent (see TTG Asia e-daily, July 15, 2009).
 
 
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