Indonesia Teken Kontrak Pembelian Sembilan Pesawat Angkut C-295

Rabu, 15 Februari 2012


(Foto: EADS)

15 Februari 2012, Jakarta: Menteri Pertahanan (Menhan) RI Purnomo Yusgiantoro bersama Panglima TNI Laksamana TNI Agus Suhartono dan sejumlah anggota Komisi I DPR-RI, Rabu (15/2), menyaksikan penandatanganan kontrak pembelian sembilan pesawat militer C-295 yang dilakukan antara Direktur PT Dirgantara Indonesia (DI) dengan President and CEO Airbus Military pada acara Singapore Air Show dan selanjutnya pesawat akan dinamakan CN-295 oleh pihak Indonesia.

Pesawat CN-295 selanjutnya akan dioperasikan oleh TNI AU dalam berbagai penugasan antara lain untuk kepentingan militer, logistik, kemanusiaan maupun misi evakuasi medis, dan pengiriman pertama diperkirakan mulai tahun 2012 sampai pada semester kedua tahun 2014.

Menurut Menhan, moment ini sangat membanggakan khususnya bagi industri kedirgantaraan Indonesia. Mengingat, pesawat C-295 memiliki kemampuan yang ideal untuk memenuhi kebutuhan militer Indonesia saat ini dan di masa mendatang serta kebutuhan kepentingan kemanusiaan. Sedangkan dalam hal pembiayaan, juga sangat efisien dan partisipasi penuh dari industri penerbangan dalam negeri dapat menciptakan lapangan pekerjaan yang berkemampuan tinggi sekaligus transfer teknologi.

Sementara itu Dirut PT DI Dr Budi Santoso menjelaskan, kontrak ini dibangun atas dasar hubungan kerjasama yang baik yang telah ada antara Airbus Military dengan Industri Penerbangan Indonesia. Kerja sama ini akan memberikan kemampuan yang tepat bagi Indonesia di masa mendatang dan memberikan kesempatan kepada PT DI untuk menumbuhkan bisnis industri penerbangannya sebagai penyedia tingkat pertama. Hal ini akan menempatkan PT DI di peta industri penerbangan global dan memberi kesempatan kepada Industri penerbangan Indonesia untuk mengembangkan kemampuan tenaga kerja. Sedangkan President and CEO dari Airbus Military Domingo Urena Raso, Airbus Military merasa bangga dengan Kementerian Pertahanan RI telah memilih C-295 sebagai salah satu armadanya dan berharap kerjasama dengan PT DI ini dapat terus berlanjut.

Generasi terbaru C-295 adalah pesawat yang ideal untuk pertahanan dan misi-misi kemanusiaan, patroli perairan termasuk operasi pengawasan wilayah. Selain itu, pesawat ukuran menengah taktis ini, juga memiliki kemampuan yang fleksibel bagi kebutuhan personel, pasukan, angkutan alat berat, evakuasi medis, tugas-tugas komunikasi serta logistik.

Di sisi lain, pesawat C-295 juga dapat dikonfigurasikan dalam versi khusus yang dipersenjatai sekaligus untuk kepentingan pengawasan daratan, SAR, patroli perairan, anti kapal selam atau peringatan dini udara.

“Secara global, pesawat ini memiliki kemampuan ganda, yakni sebagai pesawat untuk kepentingan militer maupun kepentingan kemanusiaan dan tentunya kita mendapatkan keuntungan transfer of technologi”, tegas Menhan

Sumber: Kemhan

Swiss Ministry Under Pressure Over Gripen Fighters

Selasa, 14 Februari 2012

Swiss Ministry Under Pressure Over Gripen Fighters
By on Tuesday, February 14th, 2012

The defence ministry is examining allegations of purposely ignoring unfavorable results of evaluation reports to buy controversial Swedish fighter jets.
A spokeswoman said Defence Minister Ueli Maurer had no knowledge of the confidential reports leaked to a Sunday newspaper.
The allegations are the latest in a series of controversies over the purchase of new jets to replace the F-5 fighters for the air force.
The cabinet last November decided to buy 22 Gripen fighters, worth SFr3.1 billion ($3.4 billion) from Swedish company Saab, rejecting two other rival offers. But parliament is still to decide on the funding for the acquisition amid a challenge by a pacifist group to block it altogether in a nationwide vote.
Tests carried out in 2008 apparently showed that the Gripen fighter was clearly inferior to its rivals, Dassault’s Rafale and Eurofighter.
A report compiled later gave the Gripen slightly better marks but pointed out that it could not fulfil crucial demands of policing Swiss airspace.
The latest allegations have prompted a flurry of comments by parliamentarians and newspaper reports.
Critics called for Maurer to step down if he was found lying or hiding crucial facts. Others see the controversy as part of ongoing efforts to outbid rivals.

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Singapore Seeks Tankers, Tranports, ASW


13 Februari 2012

A330 MRTT tanker aircraft (photo : Le Bourget)


Airbus Military could be one of the main beneficiaries of the Singapore air force’s next round of procurements. Singapore has at the top of its procurement list aerial refueling tankers, strategic airlifters and anti-submarine warfare fixed-wing aircraft, purchases that will see that the island continues to be, for the next few years at least, the biggest spender on new defense equipment in Southeast Asia.

The 2011 defense budget was SG$12.1 billion ($9.6 billion), accounting for 26% of the government budget and about 5% of gross domestic product (GDP). Some analysts estimate that Singapore, with a population of about five million, spends more on defense per capita than any country but Israel.

KC-46A tanker aircraft (photo : Flight Global)


Defense has always been a top priority, ever since Singapore gained independence in 1965. The nation’s founder, Lee Kwan Yew, recently said in the book Hard Truths, that “without a strong defense, there will be no Singapore. It will become a satellite, cowed and intimidated by its neighbors.”

Singapore has close defense ties with Israel, a point that is downplayed—because it is politically sensitive—but one that is important to remember because it explains why Israeli companies are short-listed by the Singaporeans for upcoming defense purchases. The Israelis are in the running to supply aerial refueling tankers and anti-submarine warfare fixed-wing aircraft.

A400M airlifter (photo : Key Aero)

Aerial refueling tankers are at the top of the list because the air force needs to replace its four Boeing KC-135Rs. An important requirement is that the new tankers be able to assist the air force’s Boeing F-15SGs flying between Singapore and its overseas detachment at Mountain Home AFB, Idaho.

The Boeing KC-46A would ordinarily be the front-runner but Boeing may have to struggle to win the Singapore contract. The manufacturer is already committed to deliver 18 KC-46As to the U.S. Air Force by 2017, leaving no early delivery slots for foreign customers. A Boeing official told Aviation Week in July 2011 that it can deliver KC-46As to foreign customers as early as 2018. But that may be too late for Singapore. Industry executives say Singapore’s air force has been complaining about the difficulty and cost of maintaining the aging KC-135Rs. But the need to secure aerial refueling tankers sooner rather than later creates an opportunity for Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI), which converts 767s to tankers.

C-17 airlifter (photo : FlightGlobal)

However, industry executives familiar with the situation say the front-runner in this competition is the Airbus Military A330 Multi-Role Tanker Transport (MRTT). Australian air force officials told DTI at the LIMA air show in Malaysia in December that the Singapore air force was interested in the A330MRTT and that the organizers of the Singapore air show were pushing to have a Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) tanker on display there. The RAAF, however, has declined the request. They say the only reason the A330MRTT was brought to LIMA was because it had to be in Malaysia for a joint military exercise.

Singapore Technologies Aerospace, the Singapore government-linked company that maintains many of the air force’s aircraft, is also familiar with the A330, because it does the heavy maintenance work on Singapore Airlines’ (SIA) fleet of leased A330 passenger aircraft.

P-8A maritime patrol aircraft (photo : Key Aero)

The A330MRTT’s 111,000 kg (245,000 lb.) of fuel is stored in the wings and horizontal stabilizer, leaving the main fuselage for a passenger cabin that can seat up to 380 people. In terms of air cargo, it can transport up to 26 military cargo pallets.

Having the ability to transport passengers and cargo on a longer-range aircraft, such as the A330MRTT, would certainly be useful. Airlift is one of the other requirements Singapore lists. Presently the air force operates five Lockheed Martin C-130Hs, aircraft that only have the range to travel within Southeast Asia. But Singapore’s military needs to carry personnel and equipment farther afield to places where it does training, namely: Australia, Taiwan, France and the U.S. Singapore’s military has been chartering commercial aircraft from SIA and for military equipment it has been chartering Antonov heavy-lift aircraft. It is understood that Singapore is also considering the Airbus Military A400M and the Boeing C-17.

P-3C maritime patrol aircraft (photo : Tom Turner)

Besides strategic airlift and aerial refueling tankers, Singapore has a requirement for fixed-wing aircraft for anti-submarine warfare (ASW). These may end up replacing the air force’s nine Fokker 50 maritime patrol aircraft, according to some industry executives. This procurement is in response to the growth of submarine fleets among Singapore’s neighbors. ASW contenders include the Alenia ATR 42MP, Boeing P-8A Poseidon and an IAI/Elta Systems offering, which uses a Bombardier Q400. The Lockheed Martin P-3C was being considered but is no longer in the running.

Not to be forgotten among the airlift, aerial refueling and anti-sub acquisition extravaganza are fighters. Singapore is expected to take interest in Tokyo’s recent decision to choose the Lockheed F-35 Joint Strike Fighter. Like Israel, Singapore and the U.S. enjoy close military relations. Indeed, according to a December 2011 report by the Congressional Research Service on U.S. Foreign Military Sales (FMS), Singapore’s agreement for $530 million worth of FMS placed it in the top 10 leading purchasers of U.S. defense articles and services in 2010 worldwide.

And Singapore’s interests extend elsewhere, too. It has explored the option of using the smaller catapult-launched Boeing ScanEagle UAV on-board its vessels. Anti-piracy concerns remain another driving force behind military acquisitions.

(Aviation Week)

F-16 Jajal Radar Saumlaki Timika


F-16 Skadron Udara 3. (Foto: Lanud Iswahjudi)

14 Februari 2012, Madiun: Satu flight pesawat tempur F-16 Skadron Udara 3 Lanud Iswahjudi melaksanakan terbang jelajah ke Wilayah Timur Indonesia. Penerbangan ini dilakukan dengan misi pengamanan Alur Laut Kepulauan Indonesia (ALKI) sekaligus menjajal kemampuan Radio Detecting And Ranging (Radar) Satrad (Satuan Radar) 245 Saumlaki dan Timika.

“Selain itu F-16 ini juga melakukan latihan Tangkis Petir, Hanud Cakra, dan Hanud Kilat,” kata Komandan Lanud Iswahjudi Marsekal Pertama TNI M.Syaugi dalam siaran persnya pada Selasa (14/2).

Syaugi dalam kesempatan itu melepas keberangkatan pesawat tempur yang masih menjadi andalan TNI AU tersebut.

Terbang jelajah yang akan dilakukan selama 14 hari ini meliputi Lanud Balikpapan Kaltim, Lanud Samratulangi Manado, Lanud Biak Papua, Lanud Patimura Ambon dan Lanud Rembiga NTB, dengan melibatkan 8 penerbang tempur F-16/Fighting Falcon, 46 teknisi (Ground Crew), serta Tim Brigan dari Satpon Lanud Iswahjudi dengan di dukung pesawat C-130 Hercules.

Satrad 245 Saumlaki, baru diresmikan Kepala Staf Angkatan Udara (KSAU) marsekal TNI Imam Sufaat, beberapa waktu lalu.

Sumber: Jurnas

Pesawat seri 737- 800 Boing Busness Jet 2 (BBJ 2) Untuk RI 1

Kamis, 09 Februari 2012



10 Februari 2012, Jakarta: Presiden Indonesia kini resmi memiliki pesawat kepresidenan.Pesawat seri 737- 800 Boing Busness Jet 2 (BBJ 2) yang dibeli langsung dari pabrik Boeing telah diserahterimakan pada tanggal 21 Januari 2012 di Amerika Serikat.

Jika tidak aral melintang, pesawat tersebut akan mulai melayani tugas kenegaraan Presiden Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono (SBY) pada Agustus 2013 nanti. Sekretaris Kementerian Sekretaris Negara (Kemensesneg) Lambock V Nahattands mengungkapkan, pemerintah telah melunasi pembayaran senilai USD58,6 juta atau Rp525,91 miliar kepada Boeing Company yang seluruhnya diambilkan dari Anggaran Pendapatan Belanja Negara (APBN).

Namun dana sebesar itu baru untuk pembelian “green aircraft” atau pesawat kosong yang belum dilengkapi dengan interior dan sistem keamanan. Untuk pengerjaan interior kabin pemerintah menganggarkan dana sebesar USD27 juta sedangkan sistem keamanan sebesar USD4,5 juta. Dengan demikian, total biaya yang dikeluarkan untuk membeli pesawat kepresidenan sebesar USD91 juta.

Namun, biaya interior kabin dan sistem keamanan itu masih bisa berubah tergantung pada pemenang lelang. “Saat ini dalam proses pelelangan yang pemenangnya diperkirakan akan ditentukan pada akhir Februari 2012. Pekerjaan interior cabin dan security system akan dimulai Mei 2012 dan diperkirakan selesai Agustus 2013,” jelas Lambock, dalam keterangan persnya di gedung Sekretariat Negara,Jakarta.

Saat ini pesawat kepresidenan masih berada di AS untuk proses pemasangan enam tangki bahan bakar. Proses selanjutnya adalah penyelesaian interior kabin dan pemasangan sistem keamanan. “Semua itu dilakukan oleh completion center yang berpengalaman mengerjakan cabin interior dan security system pesawat VVIP. Saat ini sedang dalam proses pelelangan yang dilakukan secara internasional dan pemenangnya diperkirakan akan ditentukan pada akhir Februari 2012,” ujarnya.

Wakil Ketua Komisi I DPR dari Fraksi Partai Demokrasi Indonesia Perjuangan (FPDIP) TB Hasanuddin mendukung keputusan pemerintah membeli pesawat kepresidenan. Menurut dia, untuk keperluan Presiden memang sangat dibutuhkan pesawat yang bukan sewaan. “ Dari sisi anggaran, beli jauh lebih effisien dari menyewa terus menerus. Saya pernah alami saat di Sekmil.Kalau sewa dan terus menerus setidaknya sebulan empat kali,maka sewa jauh lebih mahal, ”katanya.

Biaya itu, lanjut dia, belum termasuk untuk modifikasi yang harus disiapkan sebelum hari H pemakaian. Sebab, untuk kepergian Presiden juga harus disiapkan untuk seting tempat duduk serta keperluan lain termasuk tempat istirahat. Dari sisi keamanan,memiliki pesawat kepresidenan jauh lebih aman dibandingkan sewa. Selain perawatannya bisa dilakukan setiap saat,dengan status pesawat kepresidenan maka pesawat tersebut akan dilengkapi dengan alat komunikasi khusus untuk standar presiden.

Lebih lanjut, politikus PDIP itu menyebut, sebagai bangsa besar Indonesia perlu menjaga dan menunjukkan marwahnya di hadapan bangsa lain. Ini terkait dengan harga diri yang semuanya harus bisa ditunjukkan oleh simbol negara. ”Masak kita kalah sama Papua Nugini sih,” ujarnya. Untuk diketahui, Presiden RI selama ini lebih banyak menggunakan pesawat sewaan dari Garuda Indonesia.

Selama menjabat presiden, SBY seringkali menggunakan jenis Airbus A330 milik Garuda Indonesia. Presiden sebelumnya pun melakukan hal yang sama. Presiden Abdurrahman Wahid atau Gus Dur sering memakai Boeing Bussiness Jet (BBJ) 737-800 atau Boeing 707, sedangkan Megawati Soekarno Putri sering memakai MD- 11 atau RJ-85 PAS.

Berdasar data yang ada, Indonesia sebenarnya pernah mempunyai pesawat kepresiden sendiri. Soekarno tercatat pernah memiliki tiga pesawat jetstar C-140. Presiden RI pertama itu sebelumnya juga pernah memiliki pesawat Ilyushin II-14 yang merupakan hadiah dari Rusia. Namun pada era Soeharto, presiden terlama Indonesia itu lebih banyak menggunakan pesawat Garuda atau TNI.

Tercatat Soeharto pernah memanfaatkan pesawat DC-8 Garuda Indonesia, DC-10 Garuda Indonesia, C-130 Hercules TNI Angkatan Udara, Helikopter SA- 330 Puma, atau SA 332 Super Puma TNI AU. Selain itu Soeharto pernah membeli Fokker 28 yang dioperasionalkan Pelita Air Service dan membeli Avro RJ-185 PAS.

Lebih Hemat dan Optimal

Keputusan membeli pesawat kepresidenan dilalui setelah melalui proses panjang sejak rapat kerja Sekretariat Negara dengan Komisi II DPR pada 31 Mei 2010. Walaupun sempat menimbulkan pro-kontra, DPR telah menyetujui pengadaan pesawat kepresidenan karena lebih efektif dan efisien dibanding menyewa dari PT Garuda Indonesia seperti yang dilakukan selama ini.

Lambock menyebutkan, biaya sewa pesawat untuk presiden pada periode 2005 hingga 2009 adalah Rp813,794 miliar atau USD81,379 juta dengan kenaikan biaya sewa setiap tahun sebesar 10% atau USD8,137 juta. Sedangkan jika membeli pesawat dengan harga USD91 juta, biaya perawatan dan operasional selama 5 tahun USD36,5juta.

Jika diperhitungkan depresiasi pesawat selama 5 tahun senilai USD10,423 juta dan nilai buku aset pesawat sebesar USD80,785 juta, maka penghematan yang dihasilkan senilai USD32,136 juta.

Sumber: SINDO

Pabrik Bom P100/120



29 Juli 2010, Malang -- Seorang pekerja membuat selongsong bom untuk jenis pesawat Sukhoi di pabrik pembuat bom di PT. Sari Bahari, Malang, Jawa Timur, Kamis (29/7). Pabrik tersebut memproduksi bom latih dan bom live (untuk perang) yang dipergunakan TNI AU sejak tahun 2007. (Foto: ANTARA/Ari Bowo Sucipto/NZ/10)