Bankruptcy trustees: Batavia Air owes over $123 million

Batavia Air (Jakarta) ceased operations on January 31 and went into bankruptcy protection. The trustees appointed to oversee the bankruptcy estimate the bankrupt carrier owes over $123 million to its creditors including its lessors, employees, passengers and other businesses according to this report by the Jakarta Post.

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Top Copyright Photo: Kenneth Wong. Airbus A319-132 PK-YVC (msn 2660) prepares to land at Singapore.

Batavia Air logo

The cabin of the Airbus A330-202 (Batavia Air):

Batavia Air A330-200 cabin (Batavia Air)(LR)

 

Copyright Photos: Batavia Air. Batavia Air also operated two Airbus A330-202s (PK-YVI and PK-YVJ), Airbus A319s, A320s and an A321 and a large Boeing 737-300/400 Classic fleet.

Batavia Air A330-200 (Batavia Air)(LR)

Batavia Air A320 PK-YUG (11)(Tko)(Batavia Air)(LR)

Batavia Air: AG Slide Show

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