Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta International Airport
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Soekarno-Hatta International Airport is the main gateway to Jakarta, Indonesia. Hosting domestic, regional and international passenger and cargo services for over 25 airlines, the airport is a hub for airlines including Garuda Indonesia, Lion Air and Indonesia AirAsia. The airport is operated by Angkasa Pura II.
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Lion Group full-service subsidiary Batik Air has entered the international market with a new double daily service to Singapore. Batik becomes the eighth airline operating Jakarta-Singapore and supplements the seven daily flights already operated by sister LCC Lion Air in the world’s second largest international route.
The launch of Singapore is part of a major expansion for Batik in 2015 as the airline nearly doubles its fleet to 34 aircraft. Lion has been allocating most of its narrowbody deliveries this year to Batik and Thai Lion Air while growth at the main Lion Air brand has slowed significantly.
The new route is also part of a major push in Singapore for the Lion Group. Thai Lion Air at almost the same time is launching service to Singapore, which will become the first destination to be served by all four of the main Lion Group carriers.
Bangkok Don Mueang saw passenger traffic surge by 50% in 1H2015, enabling it to become the world’s largest LCC airport. Don Mueang has overtaken Kuala Lumpur International (KLIA), which was until recently Asia’s largest LCC airport, as well European LCC airport leader Barcelona El Prat and North American LCC airport leader Las Vegas McCarran.
Don Mueang is unlikely to relinquish its new title as Thailand’s three main LCC groups continue to pursue rapid expansion. Thailand’s LCC fleet is expected to surpass 100 aircraft by the end of 2015.
Thailand’s LCC sector currently consists of 87 aircraft, up from 74 aircraft at the end of 2014. All but seven of these aircraft are based at Don Mueang.
CAPA'S Airport Finance and Privatisation 2013 report referred to a reduction in airport M&A transactions and particularly those involving secondary and tertiary level airports.
That trend has broadly continued into 2014. But this past year was also notable for the arrival or approach of a number of significant deals on the world stage involving mainly primary airports. In a handful of cases large tranches of regional airports.
The financing of airports is increasingly dominated by huge international funds. There is still great diversity amongst investors and operators but there is a constant shift towards funds – infrastructure; pension; sovereign wealth; and hedge funds and private equity, globally. Also there is an increasing propensity for strategic investors increasingly to invest in infrastructure assets in emerging markets where growth forecasts are significantly above the mature markets in Western Europe and North America.
This summary report outlines the main developments by region and by country.
Garuda Indonesia is again planning double digit capacity growth in 2015 as the group expands its fleet by 23 aircraft. But the pace of growth – approximately 10% to 15% – represents a slowdown compared to 2014 or 2013.
Garuda’s international network will likely expand by one destination, Nagoya, as the focus will primarily be domestic, particularly its regional operation. Expansion to Europe is not expected as Garuda plans to use the three additional 777-300ERs it is slated to add in 2015 on existing routes to Saudi Arabia.
While 2015 will not be a momentous year from a growth or strategic standpoint it will mark the start of a new era for Garuda due to the first leadership change in a decade. The new CEO will face familiar challenges including intensifying competition and further devaluation of the local currency, which could offset the impact of lower fuel prices.
Japan’s All Nippon Airways (ANA) plans to expand its Southeast Asian network in 2015 by launching new destinations and expanding partnerships. Services to Cambodia and Malaysia are under consideration, which would give ANA an online presence in Southeast Asia’s eight largest countries.
ANA has been looking over the last two years to supplement its position in Southeast Asia, which it sees as a key growth market, through strategic acquisitions. But after not completing a tentative deal to acquire a 49% stake in a small Myanmar-based carrier and passing up on potential stakes in larger flag carriers, the focus is now primarily on organic growth. This will also help ANA's growing North America-Asia transfer traffic.
ANA is also planning to improve its business class product in Southeast Asia by introducing a lie-flat seat on longer regional routes. ANA has been serving Southeast Asia with 767s and 787s configured with recliner style business class seats although rival Japan Airlines (JAL) has introduced a lie-flat business class product on some of its Japan-Southeast Asia routes.
AirAsia should see a surge in transfer traffic over the next several months as it introduces and expands its Fly-Thru transit product at additional hubs. AirAsia is evolving to become more like a network carrier, following other Asian LCC groups which have been promoting and selling connections for several years.
Bangkok Don Mueang in late 2013 became the second hub for AirAsia’s Fly-Thru product, which was initially introduced at Kuala Lumpur in 2010.
AirAsia introduced the transit product at Jakarta in Sep-2014 and is planning to extend Fly-Thru to Bali and Kota Kinabalu by the end of 2014.
The launch of long-haul affiliates in Indonesia and Thailand is driving much of the growth. But there is also growing demand for short-haul to short-haul connections.