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NAM Air (IN/NAM) is an Indonesian flag carrier that operates under Sriwijaya Air and serves medium-range flights. Founded in 2013, NAM Air is categorized as a feeder, connecting flights from smaller towns or areas to the hub airports where the major carrier operates. The name NAM is taken from Lo Kui Nam, the father of Chandra Lie, Sriwijaya Air’s Vice President.
On 26 September 2013, NAM Air was officially launched at the Djakarta Theatre building. Initially, its first non-commercial flight was planned to commence on 1 October 2013, but due to the AOC 121-058 which was obtained in late November 2013, NAM Air’s inaugural flight was delayed until 11 December 2013. This flight served Jakarta (CGK)-Pangkal Pinang (PGK) route using Boeing 737-500, registered as PK-NAM.
Started with two Boeing 737-500s, the airline was set to serve these following routes: Jakarta-Sorong, Jakarta-Kupang, Jakarta-Pontianak, Jakarta-Pangkal Pinang, Surabaya-Pangkalan Bun, Surabaya-Luwuk, Surabaya-Biak, Surabaya-Denpasar, Denpasar-Waingapu, Denpasar-Kupang, and Denpasar-Maumere.
As a medium-range airline, NAM Air offers Business and Economy Class. In the Economy Class, passengers can enjoy free snacks and various choices of beverages. Meanwhile, passengers in the Business Class are served with free main course and various choices of beverages. All passengers also get a free checked baggage allowance up to 20 kg and cabin/hand luggage allowance up to 10 kg.
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On 26 September 2013, Chandra Lie as Vice President of Sriwijaya Air officially inaugurated NAM Air at Djakarta Theatre building. Basically, the airline was designed to support its major airline, Sriwijaya Air, by operating as a feeder that connects flights to and from the hub airports in Jakarta, Surabaya, and Denpasar. In order to accomplish this long-term business plan, the parent company of NAM Air had ordered 100 units of R80 planes from a local aircraft manufacturer company owned by B.J. Habibie.
As a medium-range flight, NAM Air obtained the Air Operators Certificate (AOC) 121, which signifies that NAM Air operates as a commercial scheduled flight with capacity over 30 seats.
Its non-commercial inaugural flight commenced on 11 December 2013, serving Jakarta (CGK)-Pangkal Pinang (PGK) route. The passengers included were Sriwijaya Air’s board of directors along with their business partners, domestic and international travel agencies, and journalists.
This then followed by NAM Air's first commercial flight which launched on 19 December 2013, serving Jakarta-Pontianak, Surabaya-Palu, Palu-Luwuk, Surabaya-Pangkalan Bun, Pontianak-Yogyakarta, and Pangkalan Bun-Semarang routes.
As a start, NAM Air operated two Boeing 737s and flew to Waingapu, Biak, Labuan Bajo, Pangkalan Bun, etc.
NAM Air flight attendant wears a uniform that not only prioritizes the efficiency and comfort to serve passengers, but also shows elegance. For the top, NAM Air flight attendant wears a navy blazer over a tosca short sleeve shirt paired with a navy trouser, added with a blue patterned scarf wrapped around neck and navy beret hat.
As a medium-range service flight, NAM Air serves free snacks and beverages on board. Except for the passengers in Business Class where they are served with a free hot meal and dessert.