Following the recent signing of Indonesia – Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IA CEPA) on 4 March 2019 in Jakarta, Indonesia, Bahar and Pinsent Masons took the initiative to run a roundtable series of roadshow in Australia.
The Minister of Transportation (“MoT”) has recently issued 2 (two) regulations, namely Regulation Number 20 of 2019 on the Procedures and Calculation Formula on the Upper Limit Tariff for Economy Class Passengers Services in Domestic Scheduled Commercial Airlines (“PM 20/2019”), and Decree Number 72 of 2019 on the Upper Limit Tariff on Economy Class Passengers Services in Domestic Scheduled Commercial Airlines (“KM 72/2019”).
THE IMPLEMENTATION GUIDELINE OF IRREVOCABLE DEREGISTRATION AND EXPORT REQUEST AUTHORIZATION (IDERA) IN INDONESIA
Approaching the end of 2018, the Ministry of Transportation of the Republic of Indonesia issued a guideline for the implementation of the Minister of Transportation of Republic of Indonesia Regulation No. 52 of 2018 on Civil Aviation Safety Regulations Part 47 Regarding Aircraft Registration issued earlier this year (“Implementation Guideline Part 47”).
The a long awaited regulation regarding motorcycle taxy was finally issued through the Minister of Transportation (“MoT”) Regulation Number PM 12 of 2019 on Safety Protection for Motorcycle Used as a Public Transport (Reg 12/2019).
In sign of progress which has been welcomed by Indonesia's renewable energy sector, Indonesia's state-owned electricity company, PT PLN Persero (PLN) has opened the second round of its pre-qualification process for companies bidding for renewable energy projects.
The Ministry of Transportation has recently issued Regulation No. 52 of 2018 Regarding Civil Aviation Safety Regulations Part 47 Regarding Aircraft Registration (“MOTR Regulation 52/2018”) revoking the Ministry of Transportation Regulation No. 49 of 2009 Regarding Civil Aviation Safety Regulations Part 47 Regarding Aircraft Registration (“MOTR Regulation 49/2009”). This brief article tries to discuss as to whether or not problematic in the implementation of Irrevocable Deregistration and Export Request Authorizations (“IDERA”) in Indonesia has sufficiently been addressed by adding further stipulation on the “authorized party” which was absent in the previous regulation.