Batik Air, a member of Lion Air Group, on May 29, 2019 will launch a new international route from Soekarno-Hatta, and Tangerang to Penang.
Photo: Choirul Anwar Alquresi.
Batik Air will operate a Boeing 737-800 NG with a capacity of 12 business class seats and 150 economy classes on the route.
The first route will be from Soekarno-Hatta International Airport and Tangerang (CGK) with flight ID 7161. The aircraft takes off at 07.00 West Indonesia Time (GMT + 07) and is scheduled to arrive at 10:15 local time (Malaysia Time, GMT + 08) at Penang International Airport. For return flights, Batik Air has a departure time from Penang at 11.00 local time ID-7160 number and is expected to arrive at 12:15 WIB at Soekarno-Hatta.
Batik AIr operates a fleet comprising 43 Airbus A320-200ceo (12 business classes and 144 economy classes), six Boeing 737-900ERs (12 business classes and 168 economy classes) and eight Boeing 737-800 NG (12 business classes and 150 economy classes).
Top Copyright Photo: Batik Air-Lion Group Boeing 737-8GP WL PK-LBL (msn 39281) BFI (Steve Bailey). Image: 923859.
Malaysia Airlines (Kuala Lumpur) flight MH 370 remains missing after we approach March 8, the first anniversary of the lost flight. Searchers are already stating the search cannot go on forever. It is possible the remains of the pictured Boeing 777-2H6 ER 9M-MRO (msn 28420) with 239 passengers and crew members on board may never be found.
According to this report by news.com.au citing a published report by Flightglobal, “British senior Captain Simon Hardy, who works with a major commercial airline, has claimed that Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 was taken on an emotional “last farewell” near the pilot’s home island of Penang, before being deliberately landed in the ocean.”
Captain Hardy believes Captain Shah made a series of turns over his Penang birthplace as an emotional goodbye before crashing the Triple Seven into the sea with all on board.