Operator index for Indonesia
Last updated: 8 March 2011
A list of aircraft operators that have that have suffered an accident, serious incident or hijacking. The list may also contain defunct airlines or airlines that in the meantime have changed their name or have merged.

Airlines:
AdamAir
Air Born Indonesia
Air Maleo
Air Pacific Utama
Air Regional
Air Transport Services
Airfast Indonesia
Alfa Trans Dirgantara
Angkasa Super Services
Asco Nusa Air
Asia Link
Atlas Deltasatya
Aviastar Mandiri
Balai Kalibrasi Penerbangan (named "Balai Kalibrasi Fasilitas Penerbangan" in EU list)
Bali International Air Service
Batavia Air (also known as "Metro Batavia".)
Batik Air
Borneo Air Transport
Bouraq Indonesia Airlines
Cardig Air
Citilink Indonesia
Dabi Air Nusantara
Deraya Air Taxi
Derazona Helicopters (legal name: P.T. Derazona Air Service)
Dirgantara Air Services
East Indonesia Air Taxi (renamed Eastindo)
Eastindo
Enggang Air Service
Ersa Eastern Aviation
Express Air (full name: PT. Travel Express Aviation Services; named "Travel Expres Airlines" in EU list)
Garuda Indonesia Airways
Gatari Air (full name: P.T. Gatari Air Service)
GT Air (full name: P.T. Germania Trisila Air, dba GT Air. Continued as Mimika Air)
Heavy Lift (known as Nyaman Air until 2012)
Indonesia Air Transport - IAT
Indonesia AirAsia
Intan Angkasa Air
Island Seaplanes (full name: Sayap Garuda Indah, dba Island Seaplanes)
Jatayu Airlines (full name: Jatayu Gelang Sejahtera)
Jayawijaya Dirgantara
Jhonlin Air Transport (erroneously named "Johnlin Air Transport" in E.U. black list)
KalStar Aviation (named "KAL STAR" on E.U. blacklist)
Kartika Airlines
KLM Interinsulair Bedrijf (became Garuda)
KNILM-Kon. Nederlandsch-Indische Luchtvaart Maatscha
Komala Indonesia
Kroonduif
Kura Kura Aviation
Linus Airways
Lion Air (also known as Lion Airlines)
Mandala Airlines (ceased operations in Jan.2011; AOC reactivated in Feb. 2012)
Manunggal Air
Martabuana Abadion
Matthew Air Nusantara
Megantara Air
Merpati Nusantara Airlines
Mimika Air (formerly known as GT Air)
National Air Charter
National Utility Helicopters - NUH
Nusantara Air Charter
Nusantara Buana Air
Pacific Royale Airways
Pegasus Air Services (named 'Sampoerna Air Nusantara' until 2012)
Pelita Air Service
PENAS (full name: P.T. Survai Udara Penas [named SURVEI UDARA PENAS in blacklist])
Penerbangan Angkasa Semesta
Premiair (full name: Ekspres Transportasi Antarbenua, dba Premiair)
PT Helizona
Pura Wisata Baruna
Riau Airlines
RPX Airlines (also known as REPUBLIC EXPRESS AIRLINES)
Sabang Merauke Raya Air Charter (also known as "SMAC")
Sempati Air Transport
Seulawah Air Services
Sky Aviation
Sriwijaya Air
Star Air
Surya Air
Susi Air (named "ASI PUDJIASTUTI" on E.U. blacklist)
Trans Nusantara Airways (operated approx 1970-1977)
TransNusa Aviation Mandiri
Transwisata Air (full name Transwisata Prima Aviation)
Travira Air (full name P.T. Travira Utama)
Tri-MG Intra Asia Airlines
Trigana Air Service
Unindo Air Charter
Wings Air (full name P.T. Wings Abadi Airlines)
Zamrud Airlines (merged into Airfast)

Corporations:
Burmah Oil Company

Government:
Kepolisian Negara Republik Indonesia (Indonesian Pol

Manufacturers:
IPTN (renamed Indonesian Aerospace in 2000)

Military:
AURI - Air Force of the Republic of Indonesia (renamed TNI-AU in 1974)
Tentara Nasional Indonesia-AD (Army)
Tentara Nasional Indonesia-AL (Navy)
Tentara Nasional Indonesia-AU (Air Force) (before 1974 known as AURI)

Organisations (non-profit):
Missionary Aviation Fellowship - MAF

Special operations (survey, crop spraying etc.):
Adikarto Printindo
State Aerial Survey Corporation