Aviation Infrastructure & Technology sectors in Indonesia is Thriving

Dublin Aerospace

European service providers and investors in the aviation sector are very positive and interested in entering the Indonesian market scene. This was evident in the interaction between several Indonesian leading aviation with aiport companies from Asia, Middle East and Europe in a Dialogue held here in Dublin, Ireland, 12-14 June 2013.

The dialogue is being held in conjunction with an aviation trade delegation from Indonesia, organized by HD Asia Advisory.

Infrastructure such as airport, ICT support, Maintenance, Airsite authority in Indonesia is developing to become a more efficient and serving much more customer base. New facilities are being built in many parts of Indonesia, including MRO in Batam, new airports in West Java, the expansion of key airports such as Soekarno Hatta, Bali, Surabaya, Medan etc.

Consequently, needs for investment and state-of-the-art technologies and  support sytem increased significantly. With the trend in growth of passengers and number of flights, both locally and regionally in Indonesia, the industry is developing to become one of the most promising market in the Asian region.

Ireland, one of EU's member countries, is home to a vibrant aviation industry with long history dating back to the invention of aircraft in the beginning of this century. Enterprise Ireland, the Irish government's trade promotion agency, have invited key players from both regions to the dialogue, and was able to bring  advanced Irish aviation companies and service providers.

Indonesian key players represented in this dialogue are PT Angkasa Pura Support, Lion Air, Sriwijaya Air and Cardig Group.