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Garuda Indonesia ATR 72-600 change to Citilink Livery

Painting on Progress at the Hangar
On September 2018 Garuda Indonesia Plans to divert all of their Aircraft ATR 72-600 fleet to Citilink, after reviewing and discussing with management, Garuda Indonesia concluded to give their 16 ATR 72-600 aircraft fleet to its subsidiary, Citilink. This is a great news and also perfect strategy from Indonesian Flag Carrier to reduce operational cost of company.

Citilink can fly ATR fleet for new route, especially for small Airport destination, with short runway, like in Papua, Sumatera, Kalimantan,t here are still has lots of small airport. With this great decision Garuda Indonesia and also Citilink can gain Company Profit.

Friend of mine share us some picture of painting progress, changing color from Garuda Indonesia Livery to Citlink Livery.


Painting on Progress at the Hangar

The option to lend their 16 ATR aircraft to Citilink is a good breakthrough from Garuda Indonesia, Citilink is huge Airline Company with good market and still continues for growing. Currently, Citilink's market share is 17 percent, while Garuda Indonesia is 28 percent.


Painting on Progress at the Hangar
In 2019 Citilink Indonesia Plans to open their new route with new Fleet From Garuda Indonesia ATR72-600.

ATR72-600 Route Plan in 2019 operated by Citilink Indonesia

KNO (Kualanamu International Airport, Medan) - GNS (Binaka Airport, Gunungsitoli)
KNO (Kualanamu International Airport, Medan) - FLZ (Dr. Ferdinand Lumban Tobing Airport)
KNO (Kualanamu International Airport, Medan) - LSW (Malikus Saleh Airport, Aceh province)
KNO (Kualanamu International Airport, Medan) - AEG Aek Godang Airport Tapanuli Regency
KNO (Kualanamu International Airport, Medan) - DJB (Sultan Thaha Airport, Jambi)



Table Source Wikipedia

ATR VARIANT
ATR 72–100
Two sub-types were marketed as the 100 series (−100).
ATR 72–101
Initial production variant with front and rear passenger doors, powered by two PW124B engines and certified in September 1989.
ATR 72–102
Initial production variant with a front cargo door and a rear passenger door, powered by two PW124B engines and certified in December 1989.
ATR 72–200
Two sub-types were marketed as the 200 series (−200). The −200 was the original production version, powered by Pratt & Whitney Canada PW124B engines rated at 2,400 shp (1,800 kW).
ATR 72–201
Higher maximum take-off weight variant of the −101, a PW124B-powered variant certified in September 1989.
ATR 72–202
Higher maximum take-off weight variant of the −102, a PW124B-powered variant certified in December 1989.
ATR 72–210
Two sub-types were marketed as the 210 series (−210): the −211 (and with an enlarged cargo door, called the −212) is a −200 with PW127 engines producing 2,750 shp (2,050 kW) each for improved performance in hot and high-altitude conditions. The sub-types differ in the type of doors and emergency exits
ATR 72–211
PW127-powered variant certified in December 1992.
ATR 72–212
PW127-powered variant certified in December 1992.
ATR 72-212A
Certified in January 1997 and fitted with either PW127F or PW127M engines, the −212A is an upgraded version of the −210 using six-bladed propellers on otherwise identical PW127F engines. Other improvements include higher maximum weights and superior performance, as well as greater automation of power management to ease pilot workload.
ATR 72–500
Initial marketing name for the ATR 72-212A.
ATR 72–600
Marketing name for ATR 72-212A with different equipment fit. The −600 series aircraft was announced in October 2007; the first deliveries were planned for the second half of 2010.[37][38] The prototype ATR 72–600 first flew on 24 July 2009; it had been converted from an ATR 72–500.[39]
The ATR 72–600 features several improvements. It is powered by the new PW127M engines, which enable a 5% increase in takeoff power via a "boost function" used only when called for by takeoff conditions. The flight deck features five wide LCD screens (improving on the EFIS of earlier versions). A multi-purpose computer (MPC) aims at increasing flight safety and operational capabilities, and new Thales-made avionics provide Required Navigation Performance (RNP) capabilities. It also features lighter seats and larger overhead baggage bins. In December 2015, the EASA approved a new high-density seating layout, raising the maximum capacity from 74 to 78 seats.


Update January 10, 2019

Update about Citilink ATR-72 Flight Schedule from KNO (Kualanamu International Airport, Medan) to LSW (Malikus Saleh Airport, Aceh province)


Route Citilink Lhokseumawe
Route Citilink Lhokseumawe

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