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Budget airline Indonesia AirAsia (IAA) aims to increase its customers to 6.2
million passengers in 2012, a 24-percent increase from this year’s 5 million
passengers, a top official says.
“Seventy-five percent will be coming from regional routes, while the other
25 percent will be from domestic routes,” IAA president director Dharmadi said
on Tuesday at AirAsia’s new product launch in South
He said the company would organize more flights from five existing hubs in Jakarta, Denpasar, Bandung,
Medan and Surabaya
to other countries such as seven flights to Singapore
and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia,
also two flights to Bangkok, Thailand, and Penang, Malaysia.
“We have connected to almost all ASEAN countries,” he said.
Dharmadi said IAA would add five new Airbus A320s in 2012 and would add five
more new Airbus aircraft per year until 2016.
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