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NAM Air

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NIH  NAM
Destinations  21
Founder  Sriwijaya Air
Headquarters  Jakarta
Parent organization  Sriwijaya Air
Commenced operations  11 December 2013
Parent company  Sriwijaya Air
Founded  2013
Fleet size  10
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Hubs  Soekarno-Hatta International Airport Juanda International Airport Supadio Airport
Key people  Jefferson Jauwena, CEO Chandra Lie, President Commissioner
Focus cities  Adisutjipto International Airport

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NAM Air is an Indonesian airline based in Jakarta that commenced its operation on December 11, 2013. Headquartered in Central Jakarta, the airline acting as feeder of its parent company, Sriwijaya Air, using 9 737-500 Winglets with 8 Executive Class seats and 112 Economy Class seats and 1 737-300 with 148 Economy Class seats. In September 26, 2013, its parent company Sriwijaya Air announces for purchasing up to 100 R-80 regional planes for its future operations. The airline is listed as a Category 1 airline by Indonesia's Civil Aviation Authority, the highest status that can be achieved for operational safety.

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History

In its original plan, NAM Air projected as a full-service carrier to compete with Garuda Indonesia and Lion Air's full-service arm, Space Jet Aviation, that was later renamed to Batik Air. Later this plan was scrapped and changed to become feeder of Sriwijaya Air, using the same scheme as what currently Lion Air with Wings Air and in the 1990s, Garuda Indonesia with Merpati was doing. Sriwijaya Air only serves main routes, while NAM Air serves its secondary routes.

On 26 September 2013, NAM Air was officially introduced as subsidiary of Sriwijaya Air with its first plan for first flight commenced on October 2013. This plan was postponed because AOC was not yet issued by the Indonesia Ministry of Transportation. Finally on November 29, 2013, NAM Air acquired its AOC and commenced its first flight from Jakarta to Pangkal Pinang on December 11, 2013.

NAM Air itself named in honor of Chandra Lie father, Lo Kui Nam. Previously NAM acronym also used on another Sriwijaya Air Group companies, National Aviation Management (Flying School-better known as NAM Flying School), National Aircrew Management (Cabin Crew Training Center), National Aircraft Maintenance (Aircraft Maintenance)and Negeri Aksara Mandiri (In-flight Magazine).

Since its forming in 2013, NAM Air is the first and only airline in Indonesia that allows female flight attendants to use hijab in all regular flights, later followed by its parent company Sriwijaya Air in November 2015. NAM Air and Sriwijaya Air is also one of several airlines that allows its female flight attendants to do so in Southeast Asia alongside with Royal Brunei Airlines and Rayani Air. Other airlines in Indonesia known only allows their female flight attendant to use hijab when flying Hajj/Umra flights or flights to Middle East especially to Saudi Arabia.

Routes

NAM Air operates several domestic routes in Indonesia with one international flight to Dili. This is a list of routes served by NAM air as of July 2016. All routes listed here are vice versa (roundtrip).

  • Bandung - Surabaya
  • Batam - Medan
  • Denpasar - Waingapu
  • Denpasar - Maumere
  • Denpasar - Labuan Bajo (Flores island)
  • Denpasar - Dili
  • Jakarta - Lubuk Linggau
  • Jakarta - Semarang
  • Jakarta - Solo
  • Jakarta - Tanjung Pandan
  • Jakarta - Tanjung Pinang
  • Jakarta - Bengkulu
  • Jakarta - Jambi
  • Jakarta - Lampung
  • Jakarta - Palembang
  • Jakarta - Pangkal Pinang
  • Jakarta - Sorong
  • Jambi - Batam
  • Kupang - Alor
  • Kupang - Bajawa
  • Kupang - Ende
  • Kupang - Larantuka
  • Kupang - Ruteng
  • Maumere - Kupang
  • Medan - Pekanbaru
  • Pangkal Pinang - Palembang
  • Pangkal Pinang - Tanjung Pandan
  • Pontianak - Yogyakarta
  • Sorong - Jayapura
  • Sorong - Timika
  • Surabaya - Denpasar
  • Surabaya - Bandung
  • Waingapu - Kupang
  • Yogyakarta - Palembang
  • Yogyakarta - Denpasar
  • Fleet

    The NAM Air fleet consists of the following aircraft (as of October 2016):

    References

    NAM Air Wikipedia


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