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Indonesia looks increasingly to private sector for essential airport infrastructure funding

6-May-2011

In the second part of an Airport Investor Monthly series on the "CIVETS" countries with great economic promise, we look at Indonesia, a country which has made the transition from being an "N11" country to tackling its inadequate airport infrastructure in tandem with the private sector. [2448 words]

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Subheadings:

  • Polyglot nation
  • Domestic aviation grows as fast as anywhere in the world
  • IPO inferno
  • Progress in the airports sector
  • IPO would make sense but not on the agenda
  • Multiple airports in Jakarta area
  • Yogyakarta airport valued at USD565m
  • A deterrent and an opportunity

Graphs and data:

  • Chart 1: Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta International Airport capacity (seats per week, to/from) by carrier (02-May-2011 to 08-May-2011)
  • Chart 2: Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta International Airport international vs. domestic capacity share (02-May-2011 to 08-May-2011)
  • Chart 3: Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta International Airport international capacity by region (02-May-2011 to 08-May-2011)
  • Chart 4: Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta International Airport capacity share by carrier type (02-May-2011 to 08-May-2011)
  • Chart 5: Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta International Airport capacity share by alliance (02-May-2011 to 08-May-2011)
  • Airports operated by PT Angkasa Pura I (mainly Eastern Indonesia)
  • Airports operated by PT Angkasa Pura II (mainly Western Indonesia)
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