TRIBUNNEWS.COM – Merpati Nusantara Airlines is a national airline managed by BUMN.
Established since September 6, 1962, Merpati serves domestic and international flights.
Unfortunately, now Merpati no longer operates. His fate was determined by the Surabaya Commercial Court, whether to grant PKPU or not. If granted, then the red plate airline can fly again.
Here are 7 facts about Merpati Airlines that have been summarized Tribunnews.com:
1. Last Airs
It has been more than four years since Merpati Airlines stopped airing, now it is certain to air again in 2019.
PT Merpati Nusantara Airlines (Persero) which has ceased operations on February 1, 2014 due to financial difficulties, will resume operations again in 2019.
Read: The Future of Merpati Airlines According to Sri Mulyani
2. Debt from Merpati Airlines
In the process of Delaying Debt Payment Obligations (PKPU), Merpati Nusantara Airlines has a liability of Rp 10.95 trillion.
The amount consists of bills of preferential creditors (priority) worth Rp 1.09 trillion, concurrent (without collateral) worth Rp 5.99 trillion, and separatists worth Rp 3.87 trillion.