A subsidiary is an independent legal entity established by the company to support its activities. Subsidiary is managed independently but remains under the parent company’s control. Garuda Indonesia’s subsidiaries include PT Aero Wisata, PT Abacus Distribution Systems Indonesia, PT Garuda Maintenance Facility Aero Asia dan PT Aero Systems Indonesia.
PT Aero Wisata
PT Aero Wisata was established in Jakarta on 30 June 1973. The objective of PT Aero Wisata is to provide services related to tourism and hospitality industry. To support this mission, Aero Wisata operates a number of subsidiaries with business range to hotel service, catering service, land transportation, agency services, and tours & travel services.
Aero Wisata owns more than 50% ownership of its subsidiaries which are PT Bina Inti Dinamika, PT Mirtasari Hotel Development, PT Senggigi Pratama International, PT Aerofood Indonesia, PT Aerotrans Services Indonesia, PT Aero Globe Indonesia, Garuda Orient Holidays Pty. Ltd, Garuda Orient Holidays Korea Co. Ltd. PT Aerojasa Perkasa, Garuda Orient Holidays Japan Co. Ltd, PT Aero Hotel Management, and PT Belitung Inti Permai.
For further information visit : http://www.aerowisata.com/
PT Abacus Distribution Systems Indonesia
PT Abacus Distribution Systems Indonesia business mission is providing information and communication technology service.
PT Abacus DSI Head Office is at Jl. Mampang Prapatan Raya No. 93, Jakarta and it strengtened with representative offices in Surabaya and Medan. The corporate vision is to become the leading Global Distribution Systems (GDS) provider as well as communication and information technology service provider in Indonesia. The scope of activities covers computerized reservation system services, leasing of computer equipment to travel agencies, providing employee-training facilities for travel agencies and providing technical assistance in computerized reservation systems (CRS) for travel agencies.
For further information visit : http://www.abacus-ind.co.id/
PT Garuda Maintenance Facility Aero Asia (GMFAA)
The company was established to implement and support Indonesian government’s economic and national development policies, particularly in the field of aircraft maintenance and repair services. It also conducts other businesses related to aircraft maintenance and repair services including repair for engines and components.
In 2003, the company issued and paid capital consisted of 665,600 shares, totaling in 166.4 billion IDR. 99% of the shares are owned by PT Garuda Indonesia (Persero) and the rest owned by PT Aerowisata.
For further information, visit : http://www.gmf-aeroasia.co.id/
PT Aero Systems Indonesia (ASYST)
PT Aero Systems Indonesia, formerly known as PT Lufthansa Systems Indonesia, was established in 2005. At the early formation, PT Garuda Indonesia (Persero) owned 51% of the company shares, while the remaining 49% held by Lufthansa System AG (LSY). On 29 January 2009, LSY transfer their shares ownership to PT Aero Wisata.
ASYST activities consist of consultation services and information technology engineering systems. It also serving carriers software maintenance services as well as to other industries software maintenance.
The main business of ASYST is hosting provider for three core services: Software as a Service (SaaS) such as Passenger Service System (PSS), and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) business model. The business strengthened by Platform as a Service (PaaS) which consists of an Operational System, Reverse Proxy, Web Server, Application Server, and Database; and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) such as Server, Storage, Network Equipment, Data Center and Disaster Recovery Center to support and optimize business network. All services are maintained in a data center with standard international Tier III 99.98% availability. Moreover, to give sustainable support for its client, ASYST provides Data Recovery Center (DRC) service.
For further information, visit www.asyst.co.id
Citilink is the dynamic concept of Garuda Indonesia Airways. We offer you flights to various interesting destinations in Indonesia with cheaper prices. On July 5, 2012, Citilink officially received Air Operation Certificate (AOC) from the Ministry of Transportation of the Republic of Indonesia. This certificate marked the new age of change in Citilink Management as it had previously been under the management of PT. Garuda Indonesia Tbk.
The AOC is a certification issued by the Department of Transportation of RI to airways which officially operate in Indonesia. Previously, as a subsidiary of PT. Garuda Indonesia Tbk, Citilink operated using the AOC owned by Garuda Indonesia. Now that we have our own AOC, Citilink is officially one of Indonesian independent airways.
Since the certification, Citilink now flies to 70 domestic routes and 16 regional routes. We are planning on adding more routes by mid-2013. Our next routes will be Yogyakarta, padang, Semarang, Pekanbaru and Sorong.
Throughout the year, Citilink has been going through rebranding process. We realize it by applying an overall branding strategy, starting from new livery, logo, aircraft interior, sales offices, cabin attendants’ uniforms, website system and lay-out. This effort is supported by marketing and communication programs to reach the broader communities.
At the moment, Citilink flies with 16 aircrafts consisting of 10 Airbus A320s with 180 seats, 6 Boeing 737-400s with 170 seats. We serve 76 flight frequencies to Surabaya, Batam, Banjarmasin, Denpasar, Balikpapan, Medan, Makassar and Lombok from our two hubs in Jakarta and Surabaya. Our target is to have 21 aircrafts by the end of 2012, and 50 aircrafts by 2015.