This article contains information pertaining to a fictional micronation, micronationalist or other fictional element of micronational society or culture.
|Founded||October 2010 (as KistanAir)|
|Current operations||May 2011 (as Indokistan Airways)|
|Key people||Nabil Ihsan|
|Revenue||▼ 1,021,409 $ (2012)|
|Operating income||▼ 520,732 $ (2012)|
|Net income||▼ 981,000 $ (2012)|
Indokistan Airways is the flag carrier airline of Indokistan that based in Jumstraad. This airline was established in October 2010 as KistanAir, before it changes name to Indokistan Airways on June 2011. The establishment of Indokistan Airways makes this airline the first private corporation in Indokistan, makes economy of Indokistan revives.
In the establishement as KistanAir in October 2010, the airline was first operating 4 Antonov 28 and 1 Boeing 737-800, before the airline declare bankrupt and reform to Indokistan Airways. The airlines later declare bankrupt again for the second time, on May 2012, and finally revives after receiving US$200.000 and one Boeing 737-800.
Currently, Indokistan Airways held a sistemation program, makes Indokistan Airways will just use one type of aircraft, same technique as the Indonesian airliner Mandala Airlines, and now Indokistan Airways runs more than 100 airplanes that traveled passanger to more than 175 destinations that scattered in Asia, Europe and Australia. Few micronations also already become the destinations for the flights of this airline.
Indokistan Airways currently runs 119 aircrafts from the same type and as regulated by Indokistani govermnment, all of the aircrafts were have registration numbers.
|Dassault Mercure (115)||K4-TMA, K4-TMB, K4-TMC, K4-TMD, K4-TME, K4-TMF, K4-TMG ~ K4-TQJ|
|McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10 (4)||K4-TQK, K4-TQL, K4-TQM, K4-TQN|
Accidents and Incidents
- On March 2011, KistanAir Flight 337, a Boeing 737-800 crashed after both pilots started to fight while the Autopilot remained off. CVR recorded that the pilots started to fight 45 seconds before impact. All passengers and crew were killed. This crash was the cause of Dicky L. K. to resign from Indokistan Airways.