Batik Air

Batik Air

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Ultimo Aggiornat 9 marzo 2023 09:15 (UTC +0)

Company Profile

As one of Lion Air’s child company, the owner of Batik Air is also Rudi Kirana. It was created as a full-service airline which began operating in May 2013. The IATA and ICAO code for this airline company is ID and BTK respectively. Batik Air’s fleet is composed of 46 airplanes, some of which are Airbus A320 and others Boeing 737-800/900 with around 200 flights per day serving both domestic and international airports in 44 destinations. Their head office is located in Jakarta, at the Lion Air Tower, West Jakarta. However, they also have representative offices all over Indonesia including in the International Airport Ngurah Rai Bali and 61 Stamford Road in Singapore. Cities such as Malang, Ambon, and Surabaya also have their own representative offices that you can find in the list of representative offices in Batik Air’s official website here. In all the flights with Batik Air, it provides personal television and in-flight entertainment system for every passenger. Light snacks and free meals add to the comfort, with 32 inches of seat pitches for the Economy class and 45 inches for the business class. Although at first the fleet was only composed of Boeing 737-800/900ER, right now Batik Air has 41 Airbus A320-200 and is in the process of acquiring more airplanes from both the A320NEO and A321 series.

History

Batik Air is an Indonesian airline which commenced its first commercial flight on 3 May 2013 flying from Jakarta at 10am local time to Manado at 02.00pm local time. As of January 2014, Batik Air has operated six Boeing 737-900ERs and served routes to: Jakarta, Denpasar, Yogyakarta, Semarang, Balikpapan, Manado, Pekanbaru, Ambon and Jayapura.

Flight Attendant

The uniform for Batik Air flight attendants is a set of white kebaya top and a straight long skirt. True to its name, the skirt is covered in a fabric and pattern called batik.

Fleet

Batik Air currently has 55 working aircrafts in their fleet, and 188 more aircraft ordered from both Boeing and Airbus.
Type Quantity
Airbus A320-200 31
Airbus A320 Neo 1
Airbus A330-300 3
Boeing 737-800 21

Call Center

If you have questions for the airline or are facing issues during your flight such as lost baggage or delayed flights, you can contact the airline. The Batik Air contact support can be contacted on one of the following phone numbers:
Country Phone Number
Indonesia (+6221) 6379 8000
Indonesia (+6280) 4177 8899
Vietnam (+848) 3820 2890
Singapore (+65) 6339 1922
Australia and New Zealand 1300 335 353
Customer Care Phone: (+6221) 633 8345 Fax : (+6221) 633 5669 Email: customercare@batikair.com

Live Chat

Live chat service is not available for passengers of Batik Air.

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