After receiving its second newly approved Air Operator Certificate (AOC) in Indonesia on March 28, which is its third airline AOC in the region, the Asia Cargo Network group launched RGA-Black Stone Airlines with its inaugural flight departing last week on March 30, 2022. Setting out of Soekarno-Hatta International Airport (CGK) in Jakarta, the flight headed to El Tari International Airport (KOE), then Komodo International Airport (LBJ).
RGA-Black Stone Airline’s President Director, Mr Zack Isaak explained, “RGA-Black Stone Airlines looks to plug gaps in the Indonesian domestic market by providing solutions for local air cargo transportation needs. Using aviation market intelligence tools and through group experience in our existing cargo networks, we aim to improve niche transportation routes that are currently untapped by the local cargo airlines, while establishing new routes regionally with other countries in the near future.”
In addition, RGA-Black Stone Airlines plans to expand its wings into passenger flight routes to Saudi Arabia doing Umrah and Hajj pilgrimages in the third quarter of 2022. The operations will be performed utilising four units of A330 passenger aircraft.Email Post to a Friend