Top Air

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Destinations Jakarta, Ambon
Headquarters Gorontalo

Top Air (Trans Of Pattimura) was an airline from Indonesia, which offered scheduled passenger flights from its base at Jalaluddin Airport to a number of domestic destinations [1] using a single Boeing 727-200 aircraft. [2] Founded in 2004, it had its licence withdrawn in 2006. In February 2007, the Transportation Ministry delayed the license revocation of 11 idle airlines, including Top Air, to give restructuring opportunities to the owners, [3] which did not materialize, though.

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One of its former B 737s (PK-BPW) is preserved at a location in Sukabumi, Indonesia. [4]

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References

  1. http://www.airlineroutemaps.com/East_Asia/Top_Air_Indonesia.shtml Top Air Route Map
  2. Flight International, 3–9 October 2006
  3. Angkasa Archived 2008-09-29 at the Wayback Machine March 2007
  4. http://www.oysteinlundandersen.com/airplane-spotting/top-air-737-200-pk-bpw/

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