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Pacific Royale Airways

Pacific Royale Airways
Founded November 2011
Commenced operations June 11, 2012[1]
Ceased operations November 2012[2]
Hubs Juanda International Airport
Sultan Syarif Kasim II International Airport
Hang Nadim International Airport[3]
Fleet size 2 (+8 on order)
Destinations 9
Key people Gunarni Gunawan (51% stake)
Tarun Trikha (49% stake)[4]

Pacific Royale Airways was an Indonesian commercial airline which received its government flight license in November 2011.[5] It received a formal Air Operator's Certificate (AOC) in May 2012, and made its first flight on June 11, 2012.[1][3][6] It was reported in November 2012 that the airline's license had been revoked.[2]


In November 2011, the airline received a full service flight licence from the Indonesian government.[7] A final proving flight, the last requirement for AOC issuance, was conducted on April 21, 2012. Pacific Royale received its AOC on May 29, 2012, and began commercial operations in June 2012.[6] The airline's chairman is Indian businessman Tarun Trikha, who is also the head of convicted pyramid scheme TVI Express.[8][9]

In August 2012, CEO Samurdra Sukardi resigned, due to a dispute with the shareholders regarding the terms of his new contract. [10]

In October 2012, flight operations were stopped due to maintenance reasons. The airline promised that operations would resume on October 16, 2012, but the fleet remained grounded the following day.[11] Pacific Royale's flight license was revoked the following month.[2] It is currently listed as "ceased operation in 2012".


In order to meet minimum requirements for commercial flight operations, Pacific Royale planned to operate a fleet of ten aircraft. The fleet was to include five Fokker-50 turboprop airliners, all bought from Ethiopian Airlines,[12] and five leased jet airliners – four Airbus A320s and one Airbus A330. Two Fokker-50s flew at the airline's initial launch, with more Fokkers and Airbuses entering service in the following months.[7][4]

Pacific Royale Airways fleet (as of 15 March 2012)
Aircraft In operation On order Passengers
Fokker 50 2 3 58
Airbus A320-200 0 4 180
Airbus A330-300 0 1 295
Total 2 8


In May 2012, Pacific Royale Airways won approval to fly 62 domestic routes and 11 international routes.[3] The airline planned to use its Fokker-50s as feeders to link Surabaya, Batam City, Banyuwangi, Madiun, Pekanbaru, the Natuna Islands and Jambi. Its Airbus jets were to be used for international routes, such as Jakarta-Mumbai, Surabaya-Singapore, Surabaya-Hong Kong, Bandung-Singapore and Bandung-Kuala Lumpur.[4]

Initial routes

From June 11, 2012


From June 15, 2015



  1. ^ a b "Pacific Royale Airways Terbang Perdana". via  
  2. ^ a b c "Izin Rute Maskapai Pacific Royale Hangus". 19 November 2012. Retrieved 28 November 2012.
  3. ^ a b c "June 7, 2012 - Pasific Royale Airways Terbang Mulai 11 Juni". Retrieved September 1, 2012. 
  4. ^ a b c  
  5. ^ "Airline passengers to increase by 15%" Jakarta Post. November 12, 2011. Retrieved December 2, 2011.
  6. ^ a b "Pacific Royale gets AOC, ready for first flight in June". Jakarta Post. May 31, 2012. Retrieved June 1, 2012.
  7. ^ a b "November 6, 2011 - IndonesiaToday: Pacific Royale Set to Fly Early Next Year". Retrieved September 1, 2012. 
  8. ^ "Court finds TVI Express a pyramid selling scheme". ACCC.GOV.AU. Retrieved 4/6/2013. 
  9. ^ "Worldwide probe into R1b scam". Times (South Africa). Retrieved 4/6/2013. 
  10. ^ "Pacific Royale CEO Resigns Citing Dispute". Jakarta Globe. Retrieved 4/6/2013. 
  11. ^ "Pacific Royale berhenti mengudara". October 17, 2012. Retrieved October 19, 2012. 
  12. ^ "Ethiopian Airlines sells Fokker 50s, seeks Q400s". January 18, 2012. Retrieved January 21, 2012.

External links

  • Official English-language website
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