Sriwijaya Air Group ‘Sapa’ Tiga Kota di Kalimantan Barat

first_imgNam Air Sriwijaya Air Group yang terdiri dari Sriwijaya Air dan Nam Air dijadwalkan dalam waktu dekat akan meluncurkan penerbangan dari Jakarta ke tiga kota yang ada di Kalimantan Barat. Ketiga kota tersebut akan disambangi Sriwijaya Air Group pada 26 Oktober 2017 ini.Baca juga: Horee! Sriwijaya Air Akhirnya Buka Rute Menuju Raja merangkum dari beberapa sumber, penerbangan yang akan dilakukan yakni dari Jakarta menuju Ketapang di Kalimantan Barat via Pontianak PP dan akan dijadwalkan setiap hari dengan menggunakan perpaduan pesawat dari maskapai baik itu Sriwijaya Air ataupun Nam Air. Tak hanya Ketapang yang akan disambangi maskapai ini, melainkan penerbangan langsung dari Jakarta menuju ke Puttusibau dan Sintang dimana keduanya juga berada di provinsi Kalimantan Barat. Penerbangan yang dilakukan Sriwijaya Air Group yang melalui kota Pontianak juga memungkinkan penerbangan ke kota-kota besar lainnya di Indonesia seperti Semarang, Surabaya dan Yogyakarta.“Antara Kalimantan Barat dan kota-kota besar di Pulau Jawa seperti Semarang, Yogya, Surabaya dan Jakarta sejak dulu sudah terjalin hubungan yang baik. Banyak masyarakat dari Jawa yang merantau dan bekerja di Kalimantan Barat. Begitu pula banyak orang-orang di Kalimantan Barat yang melakukan bisnis di Pulau Jawa,” ujar Senior Corporate Communications Manager Sriwijaya Air Group Agus Soedjono melalui siaran pers yang dikutip dari (24/10/2017).Dengan pembukaan rute penerbangan ini, Agus berharap hubungan antar dua wilayah yakni Kalimantan Barat dan Jakarta akan semakin kuat karena adanya peningkatan konektivitas serta perkembangan ekonomi keduanya.“Untuk penerbangan dengan menggunakan pesawat ATR 72-600 ini, Sriwijaya Air Group memberikan gratis biaya bagasi hingga 10 kg,” ujar Agus.Jadwal penerbangan dari Jakarta menuju Ketapang pada pukul 05.45 WIB, 10.00 WIB dan 14.30 WIB. Khusus Jakarta menuju Putussibau diberangkatkan pada pukul 04.45 WIB dan 18.25 WIB, sementara Jakarta menuju Sintang diberangkatkan pukul 05.45 WIB dan 10.00 WIB.Baca juga: Didera Sejumlah Masalah, Kalstar Aviation Untuk Sementara Tak MengudaraUntuk penerbangan dari Semarang menuju Ketapang dijadwalkan pukul 06.10 WIB, 12.20 WIB dan 17.05 WIB. Untuk Semarang menuju Putussibau dijadwalkan pukul 12.20 WIB dan 17.05 WIB. Dan Semarang menuju Sintang diberangkatkan pukul 06.10 WIB dan 17.05 WIB.Penerbangan dari Yogyakarta menuju ke Ketapang diberangkatkan pada pukul 16.45 WIB dan 20.30 WIB. Yogyakarta menuju Putussibau diberangkatkan pada pukul 11.00 WIB dan 20.30 WIB. Sedangkan Yogyakarta menuju Sintang diberangkatkan pukul 20.30 WIB.Sementara penerbangan dari Surabaya menuju ke Ketapang diberangkatkan pada pukul 06.00 WIB, 06.40 WIB, 10.50 WIB, 16.30 WIB dan 18.50 WIB. Rute Surabaya menuju Putussibau akan terbang pada pukul 10.50 WIB, 16.30 WIB dan 18.50 WIB. Sedangkan Surabaya menuju Sintang berangkat pada pukul 06.00 WIB, 16.30 WIB dan 18.50 WIB.Untuk penerbangan dari Pontianak-Ketapang akan dilayani tiga kali sehari dengan menggunakan pesawat ATR 72-600. Yaitu berangkat dari Pontianak pukul 10.35 WIB, 14.30 WIB dan 16.30 WIB. Untuk baliknya, berangkat dari Ketapang pukul 06.45 WIB, 11.25 WIB dan 15.25 WIB.Penerbangan Pontianak-Putussibau akan dilayani satu kali penerbangan per hari dengan menggunakan pesawat ATR 72-600. Berangkat dari Pontianak pukul 07.50 WIB sampai di Putussibau pukul 08.50 WIB. Selanjutnya penerbangan dari Putussibau pukul 09.05 WIB sampai ke Pontianak pukul 10.05 WIB.Sementara penerbangan Pontianak-Sintang juga akan dilayani satu kali penerbangan per hari dengan menggunakan pesawat ATR 72-600. Berangkat dari Pontianak pukul 12.30 WIB sampai di Sintang pukul 13.05 WIB. Selanjutnya penerbangan dari Sintang pukul 13.25 WIB sampai ke Pontianak pukul 14.00 WIB.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedMeriahkan Ulang Tahun ke-14, Sriwijaya Air Group Berikan Diskon Tiket 14 Persen03/11/2017In “Bandara”Digoyang Isu Stop Beroperasi, Sriwijaya Air Group Keluarkan Bantahan27/09/2019In “Analisa Angkutan”Pisah dari Garuda Indonesia, Sriwijaya Air Buka Rute Lama yang Tak Beroperasi22/01/2020In “Destinasi”last_img read more

Sinesine Yongomugl Brothers set to shake rivals

first_imgRugby League BY JOHN PANGKATANA Pioneer team, the Sinesine Yongomugl Brothers have been given another whiff to vie for their potential third Coca-Cola Ipatas Cup (CCIC). And club owner Sam Goia or as he is commonly known as ‘Pawa Pack Waraaa Waraaa K-Town King’ is confident they can go all the way after receiving their Gold Pass for the Simbu Challenge yesterday. After winning two titles in year 2000 and 2014, Brothers are back again in the quarterfinal stage after claiming the first Gold Pass after some close matches in their pool. Goia says that after 11 years taking part in what he described as the most eventful competition in the country, he is hoping his band of youths led by several senior players in William Mul, Damson Aina, John Maxwell and Kola Kerry can relive past glory to bring back some lost pride in the Sinesine people. “I will also continue to spend my time and resources as this venture is worth it. “It promotes grass-roots talents straight from the village. “No other competition can do that and I take my hat for their wisdom and forthrightness of Enga Governor Sir Peter Ipatas and his management with Timothy Lepa for at least giving our youth just a glimmer of hope every year to tackle this well beaten pathway that has created stars in the likes of Esau Siune, James Aure and Willie Guambo to name a few.” CCIC CEO and PNG Kumul assistant coach Timothy Lepa congratulated the Brothers team for making it back to the quarterfinal stage, but was not able to qualify who would receive the second Gold Pass as it would be between Gumini Wisimo and Zaga Limestone Miners, who have technical issues to be dealt with. From other centres, Lepa said Border Storm surprised favorites Paga Panthers to win by a one point to claim the NCD Gold Pass and Emerging claimed the Central leg from early favorites Tox Mix Dogs, Togoba Magani collected the Gold Pass for Western Highlands, Buimo Snipers and Redbacks from the Lae challenge, Banz Bulls and Minj Bulldogs from Jiwaka and Maprik United from East Sepik. Lepa further confirmed that the Morobe challenge in Kainantu will be confirmed this weekend, as will the Southern Highlands leg in Mendi, where there are 14 teams including title holders Olco Butterflies in the heat of the battle at the moment. He added that for the first time teams from Ialibu and Pangia have also fronted up at Mendi, with two Hela sides and the majority from Mendi itself. He said the Enga challenge has issues with several appeals, which have not been dealt with as yet, while the Western challenge in Kiunga, New Guinea Islands in Kimbe will get underway in the first weekend of January.last_img read more

Gabe Myles living ‘dream’ with MSU’s No. 1 ranking

first_imgGabe Myles wore maroon and white as a fan before he put on the colors as a player.The Mississippi State wide receiver grew up in Starkville. His father, Eddie, played football for the Bulldogs. Like most MSU fans he endured more than a few losing seasons.He always hoped Mississippi State would climb to No. 1. Deep down though, he wasn’t sure if he’d ever see it.“I play NCAA (Football video game) all the time. That is the only hope I gave Mississippi State of being No. 1,” Myles said. “So it’s really nice. I always dreamed of it. But it was always a dream.”As a redshirt freshman, Myles not only sees his favorite school at No. 1 across every ranking — AP, Coaches and CFB Playoff — but he’s one of the reason’s why.“It feels great. Being a hometown kid I’ve always wanted Mississippi State to be on top of the polls and all that,” Myles said. “It just feels good and it’s just an even greater feeling to be a part of the team.”Myles is third on the team with 15 catches in his first season on the field. He’s stepped into the role left by Jameon Lewis at slot receiver. Lewis missed MSU’s matchups against Texas A&M and Auburn. He also missed most of the game against Kentucky.Only De’Runnya Wilson has seen more targets than Myles since Lewis has been sidelined.“It’s made me grow up,” Myles said. “I lost some one-on-one battles, but it’s helped me grow as a receiver.”last_img read more