Travira Air

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Travira Air

Travira Air (IATA: TR) is an airline based in Jakarta, Indonesia. It operates flights between Indonesian cities and other Asian countries. These flights are "chartered" by companies - this means that they do not follow fixed times. It is a small/middle size operator.[1]

Travira's aircraft are used by big mineral companies including ExxonMobil and West Natuna Consortium. They are also used by mining companies in Sumbawa and East Kalimantan.[2]

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Since September 2008 Travira Air operated the following aircraft:

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  1. Kolesnikov-Jessop, Sonia (19 May 2008). "In Asia, fractional aircraft ownership is slow to take off, but jet charter business soars". The New York Times (New York, USA: The New York Times Company). Retrieved 11 January 2010.
  2. Wayansari, Agustina (21 February 2008). "Charter flights soar in popularity" (in English). The Jakarta Post (Jakarta: PT Bina Media Tenggara). Retrieved 11 January 2010.
  3. Stern, Steven B. (2006). "8". Stern's Guide to the Greatest Resorts of the World (9 (2007-2008) ed.). Boca Raton, Florida: Stern's Travel Guides, Ltd.. p. 237. ISBN 9780977860807 . Retrieved 11 January 2010.