Monday, February 20, 2012

Batavia air Pilot Scholarship 2012

Semakin berkembangnya bisnis transportasi udara di Indonesia dan pesatnya perkembangan PT. Metro Batavia sebagai salah satu perusahaan penerbangan di Indonesia membuat banyaknya kebutuhan penerbang yang handal secara kualitas maupun kuantitas.

Maka PT. Metro Batavia kembali melaksanakan Program Pendidikan Penerbang untuk mencetak penerbang yang handal dan profesional yang dapat mendukung kemajuan perusahaan.

Merekrut calon-calon penerbang dan kemudian mendidiknya untuk menjadi penerbang PT. Metro Batavia yang handal dan profesional di masa yang akan datang.


  1. Proses perekrutan sesuai dengan tahap yang sudah disusun (Tahap terlampir)
  2. Peserta harus mengisi Aplikasi Form Program Pendidikan Penerbang Batavia Air 2012
  3. Peserta wajib mengikuti Tahapan seleksi tanpa terkecuali
  4. Peserta bersedia mengikuti semua ketentuan yang ditetapkan PT. Metro Batavia sehubungan dengan Program Pendidikan Penerbang Batavia Air 2012
  5. Peserta bersedia menjalani Ikatan Dinas selama 12 tahun dengan PT. Metro Batavia
  6. Bagi peserta yang pernah mengikuti Program Pendidikan Penerbang Batavia Air sebanyak 3 kali ataupun pernah mengikuti namun gagal pada tahap Medical Examination, tidak diperkenankan ikut kembali.


  • Pria / Wanita, belum menikah
  • Berusia 17 – 27 tahun
  • Minimum lulusan SLTA atau sederajat/ Diploma/ Sarjana dari segala jurusan
  • Persyaratan Kualifikasi Dasar:
    • Nilai rata-rata rapor SLTA (mulai dari kelas 10 sd kelas 12 SLTA) minimal 7.00
    • Nilai rata-rata MATEMATIKA (mulai dari kelas 10 sd kelas 12 SLTA) minimal 7.00
    • Nlai rata-rata BAHASA INGGRIS (mulai dari kelas 10 sd kelas 12 SLTA) minimal 7.00
    • Bagi yang kuliah (sedang atau sudah selesai) IPK min. 2.75
  • Persyaratan Fisik & Mental (Sangat Penting Untuk Diperhatikan):
  • Sehat jasmani dan rohani (Menyertakan Surat Keterangan berbadan Sehat dari Rumah Sakit).
  • Menyertakan Surat Keterangan Bebas Narkoba dari Rumah Sakit
  • Mata yang sehat dan normal (tidak buta warna, tidak berkacamata dan tidak menggunakan lensa kontak)
  • Menyertakan Surat Tidak Buta Warna dari Rumah Sakit
  • Panjang kaki minimal 100 cm (untuk pria) dan 97 cm (untuk wanita) (dihitung dari pangkal paha sampai dengan telapak kaki)
  • Tinggi badan minimal 165 cm (untuk pria) dan 160 cm (untuk wanita).


  • Mengisi Formulir Program Pendidikan Penerbang 2012
  • Mengisi secara lengkap formulir tersebut. Formulir harap diisi dengan tulisan tangan dan sejujurnya.
  • Melampirkan Riwayat Hidup lengkap / Curriculum Vitae (menggunakan tulisan tangan).
  • Melampirkan fotocopy rapor SLTA kelas 10 sampai dengan rapor terakhir (legalisir).
  • Melampirkan fotocopy transkrip nilai serta fotocopy ijasah SLTA (bagi yang kuliah).
  • Melampirkan fotocopy KTP.
  • Melampirkan 3 buah pas foto ukuran 4×6.
  • Melampirkan 1 lembar surat ijin orang tua/wali (asli) yang menyatakan ijin orang tua/wali untuk Anda dalam mengikuti proses seleksi program pendidikan penerbang ini.
  • Semua persyaratan diatas, kecuali foto dan fotocopy KTP, dijilid dengan rapi dengan urutan sebagai berikut :
    • Formulir program pendidikan penerbang
    • Surat Lamaran
    • CV
    • Fotocopy raport SLTA (bagi yang masih sekolah atau tamat SLTA)
    • Fotocopy transkrip nilai dan ijazah SMU (bagi yang kuliah)
    • Surat ijin Orang tua / Wali

Kirimkan berkas aplikasi lengkap ke: PO BOX 3938 Jakarta 10039. Penerimaan berkas oleh Panitia Seleksi mulai dari tanggal 1 Febuari 2012 sampai 31 Mei 2012.


  1. Administrative Selection Process
  2. Basic Competency & performance Test
  3. Focus Group Discussion
  4. Pantuhir (Depth Interview)
  5. Apptitude Test
  6. Medical Examination

Download Form Aplikasi Pendidikan Pilot 2012 DISINI!.

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Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Airbus A380 R/C

One huge plane R/C A380 with ETIHAD tag,, R/C one outgrows with mini jet engine...
check at the videos....

Friday, September 19, 2008

Boeing 777 Flight Deck

source :

Fourth A380 Joins Singapore Airlines’ Fleet

Fourth A380 Joins Singapore Airlines’ Fleet

Singapore Airlines has taken delivery of its fourth A380, the world’s largest passenger plane, at the Airbus Delivery Centre in Toulouse, France.

After the delivery flight, the aircraft arrived in Singapore where it is undergoing some pre-entry service work.

The addition of this fourth aircraft into its fleet will allow Singapore Airlines to commence daily A380 flights to Tokyo Narita on Tuesday 20 May 2008.

Tokyo is the airline’s third A380 destination outside Singapore and its first one in Asia. Daily services to other destinations commenced on 25 October 2007 (Singapore-Sydney) and 18 March 2008 (Singapore-London).

Fitted with the luxurious Singapore Airlines Suites, the award-winning 4-abreast Business Class and a new, more comfortable Economy cabin, the A380 allows Singapore Airlines customers to travel to London in unprecedented comfort, space and luxury.

Service to Tokyo Narita (SQ636) will commence early morning Tuesday 20 May, returning as SQ637 on the same day. The A380 will operate this pattern thereafter on a daily basis.

The quietest large passenger aircraft ever built, the A380 delivers substantial fuel burn reductions per seat mile over the next largest aircraft and allows for the addition of extra capacity to congested airports, like London and Tokyo. The Singapore Airlines A380 is powered by four Rolls-Royce Trent 900 engines.

Singapore Airlines is the first to fly the A380, and currently the only airline in the world operating the aircraft. The airline has firm orders for a further 15 A380s and options on six more.(

Boeing, Garuda Indonesia Announce 777 Order

SINGAPORE, Feb. 19, 2008 -- The Boeing Company [NYSE: BA] and Jakarta-based Garuda Indonesia today announced at the Singapore Air Show that the airline has ordered four 777-300ER (Extended Range) airplanes. The order is valued at more than $1 billion at current list prices.

Additionally, Garuda confirmed a previous unidentified order for seven Next-Generation 737-800s placed in 2007, and announced that it has converted 18 of its existing 737-700s on order to 737-800s and six 777-200ERs on order to 777-300ERs.

"We are extremely pleased with the support provided by Boeing to restructure previous purchase commitments," said Emirsyah Satar, president-director and chief executive officer of Garuda Indonesia. "This will enable Garuda to strategically implement its fleet renewal and expansion plan to meet the demands of a changing marketplace."

Garuda originally placed an order for six 777-200ERs in 1996 and 18 737-700s in 1999, which were recorded on Boeing's order books. With today's announcement, Garuda's total order now stands at 25 737-800s and 10 777-300ERs jetliners. Additionally, the airline acquired purchase rights for an additional 25 737-800s and 10 777-300ERs.

"The Next-Generation 737-800 and 777-300ER's dependability, low operating cost and passenger comfort will provide unmatched value and reliability for our passengers and enhance the position of Garuda as the full-service airline of Indonesia," Satar said.

Garuda's 737s will be fitted with Blended Winglets, which will improve fuel efficiency, increase range, and reduce CO2 emissions and takeoff noise.

"The digitally designed Next-Generation 737-800 and 777-300ER are the most technologically advanced airplane families for the single- and twin-aisle market flying today," said Dinesh Keskar, vice president, Sales, Boeing Commercial Airplanes. "We are honored that Garuda has selected Boeing jetliners to support its strategic modernization plan and we welcome this occasion to strengthen our long-time partnership with Garuda and our commitment to Indonesia's aviation industry."(

Garuda has eyes on Europe for 2010

JAKARTA, 31 August 2008 - Garuda Indonesia is planning to re-commence service to major capital cities in Europe in 2010 once additional aircraft become available to operate these flights. The airline's CEO, Emirsyah Satar, told Bisnis Indonesia that the 10 new Boeing 777s on order will start arriving in Indonesia in 2010. Explained Satar: "Our armada is still insufficient to fly to Europe and we must await the delivery of new Boeing 777. The delivery will take place in 2010, we can do nothing but wait."

The 10 new aircraft are being added to Garuda's fleet via a lease-purchase agreement, although Garuda is unprepared to divulge the details of the company extending the financial lease for the new aircraft. Satar added: "We hope that by the time the new aircraft arrive in 2010 the blacklisting by the European Union of Indonesian aircraft will be lifted allowing Garuda to operate without hindrance."

In addition to the new Boeing 777 aircraft on order for international long-haul flights Garuda has also ordered 10 Boeing 737-800NG for use on regional and domestic routes The airline also uses Airbus 330s for operating its Jakarta-Shanghai routes.(

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Qantas 747 makes emergency Perth landing

Australian passengers have told of a terrifying mid-air emergency that left a gaping hole in the side of a Qantas plane, forcing an emergency landing in Manila.
The Qantas Boeing 747, en route from London to Melbourne, via Hong Kong, landed safely on Friday and a "gigantic" hole was discovered in the belly of the plane, near the wing, according to passengers.
Melbourne woman Dr June Kane said she heard a loud bang and then saw debris flying through the depressurised cabin.
"There was a terrific boom and bits of wood and debris just flew forward into first (class) and the oxygen masks dropped down," she told ABC Radio from Manila airport.
"I'm looking at the plane now and on the left hand side, just forward of the wing, there's a gaping hole from the wing to the underbody.
"It's about two metres by four metres and there's baggage hanging out, so you assume that there's a few bags that may have gone missing.
"It was absolutely terrifying, but I have to say everyone was very calm."
Manila airport operations officer Ding Lima told local radio the plane lost cabin pressure shortly after takeoff from Hong Kong and the pilot radioed for an emergency landing.
"There is a big hole in the belly of the aircraft near the right wing about three metres in diameter," he said.
"Upon disembarkation, there were some passengers who vomited. You can see in their faces that they were really scared."
During the emergency part of the plane's flooring gave way, exposing some of the cargo in the hold, he said. Part of the ceiling also collapsed.
He said the aircraft was carrying 350 passengers and 16 crew.
Other passengers who talked to the media at the airport described hearing an explosion, followed by oxygen masks dropping from the ceiling.
It's understood all passengers escaped injury.
A Qantas spokeswoman in Australia was unable to give more details but confirmed the flight had been diverted.
"Qantas can confirm Qantas flight 30 from Hong Kong to Melbourne has been diverted to Manila," she said.
"The aircraft is on the ground and is currently being inspected."
A statement with more information would be released shortly, she said.
Peter Gibson from the Civil Aviation Safety Authority told the ABC that initial reports indicated a problem with air pressure in the cabin.
"The pilot has some pressurisation warnings about a door on the left hand side of the aircraft, but exactly what went wrong is still being determined," he said.
Passengers on the flight say the plane plunged about 20,000 feet after a door apparently "popped" mid-flight.
Qantas passenger Brendan McClements, chief executive of the Victorian Major Events Company, said passengers realised something was wrong when they heard a big bang.
"We were flying out of Hong Kong, heard a very loud noise, a bang," Mr McClements told AAP from Manila.
"There was a sort of rapid expulsion of wind.
"It went out of the plane, the air got sucked out, the oxygen masks dropped down and we put them on.
"Where I was sitting wasn't ideal, by no means ideal.
"But actually it was very well handled by the Qantas staff - that is the thing that stood out to me.
"They did a very good job of keeping everyone calm, keeping it under control.
"We landed about an hour or so ago, and there was a very large hole that wasn't there when we took off in Hong Kong."
Mr McClements said he could not be sure if the hole was where a door once was.
"But you could see into the plane from the outside, you could see bags inside.
"It was not what I expected when I got on the plane."
Steve Purvinas, federal secretary of the Australian Licensed Aircraft Engineers Association, said it would not speculate on a possible cause.
"We just hope that Qantas and CASA investigate the matter promptly and if necessary take all steps to ensure that the rest of the Qantas fleet is safe to fly," Mr Purvinas said.
Qantas chief executive Geoff Dixon said the flight had "a hole in its fuselage" and was being inspected.
"The flight, which originated in London, landed in Manila about 11.15am local time," Mr Dixon said in a statement.
"All 346 passengers and 19 crew disembarked normally and there were no reports of any injuries to passengers or crew."
Mr Dixon said the flight crew had performed emergency procedures after oxygen masks were deployed.
Qantas has provided all passengers with accommodation and a replacement aircraft has been arranged, he said.
Qantas engineers were on their way to Manila.
The Australian Transportation Safety Bureau (ATS and the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) had been notified of the incident, he said.