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preface

preface Dear Loyal Customers, AS WE GREET THE NEW YEAR OF 2011 , we would like

Dear Loyal Customers,

AS WE GREET THE NEW YEAR OF 2011, we would like to wish a Merry Christmas to those of you who celebrate it, and also a Happy New Year.

In this edition of GFF Skynews, Garuda Indonesia is happy to

announce that we have joined the SkyTeam Alliance in our effort to give you the best GFF service available for our GFF members and all of Garuda Indonesia’s passengers

We would also like to express our gratitude to those of you who have donated, and took a part, in raising funds for the victims of the natural disasters in Wasior, Merapi and Mentawai. Allow us, on behalf of Garuda Indonesia and the victims in these areas, to thank you for your generous donations and your willingness to assist in rebuilding and rehabilitating the lives of these victims.

There are more interesting articles on spectacular destinations in this edition of Skynews. Jump to the destinations rubric to find the underwater grandeur of Manado and the serene and exotic beauty of Korea. We hope these articles can provide insightful glances to some of the world’s tourist spots and help you in choosing your next destination.

Expect more articles on travelling and news on the benefits of becoming

a GFF member. This is our appreciation to you, from us, for allowing to serve our most loyal customers.

Have a pleasant read

Warm Regards
Warm Regards

S. Pudjo Hadiwibowo Senior Manager Customer Relations

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02 PROFILE

Erik Meijer Businessman GFF Gold Member

Ferry Salim Entertainer GIC Card Holder

03 NEWS

03 | Garuda Indonesia Joins Skyteam

contents

JANUARY - MARCH 2011

04 DOMESTIC

DESTINATION

MANADO The Diving Heaven

06

INTERNATIONAL

DESTINATION

SEOUL Beyond the Seoul

08 MEMBER INFO

GFF Mobilise Assistance for Victims of Natural Disasters Wasior, Mentawai and Merapi

13 PRODUCT INFO

Easy Check-In with the Smart Machine

14 GFF PARTNERS

profile

profile Erik Meijer Businessman GFF Gold Member ERIK’S JOB always takes him places, from major towns

Erik Meijer

Businessman GFF Gold Member

ERIK’S JOB always takes him places, from major towns in Indonesia to cities in Singapore and Hongkong. So it did not take long for Erik to become a GFF Gold member after he first joined in 2002. “I fly nearly every month, so I always qualify for gold membership,” he said.

That is a good thing because Erik enjoys gathering mileage and spends them to buy tickets for him and his family for holiday trips, while the extra baggage allowance and the priority check-in are helpful facilities.

In the future, he hopes GFF will work together with other loyalty programs of similar industries and improve the online service for GFF members. “I’m sure I’ll be seeing more Garuda Indonesia in the future,” he said.

Ferry Salim

more Garuda Indonesia in the future,” he said. Ferry Salim Entertainer GIC Card Holder AS A

Entertainer GIC Card Holder

AS A GIC Card Holder, Ferry automatically receives GFF member benefits. In fact, Ferry has flown to numerous destinations by using his GIC Card for the past 8 years and gathering mileage points.

“I often fly with Garuda

Indonesia and it would be

a waste not to gather the

reward points,” he said.

Ferry also enjoys the extra baggage facility and the comfort of the Garuda Indonesia Lounge, which are found in numerous airports all over the nation.

Ferry hopes that GFF member will get their own designated 24-hour hotline

in the future. “So it’ll be more privileged,” he said.

news

news Garuda Indonesia Joins Skyteam IN ANOTHER MAJOR development in the chapter of Garuda Indonesia’s history,

Garuda Indonesia Joins Skyteam

IN ANOTHER MAJOR development in the chapter of Garuda Indonesia’s history, on 23 November, the national flagship carrier signed an agreement to join the SkyTeam airline alliance in 2012, expanding the alliance’s network in South-East Asia by adding 30 new destinations to its current roster.

SkyTeam is a global airline alliance providing customers from member airlines with access to an extensive global network featuring a huge number of destinations, high flight frequencies, greater connectivity and benefits such as over 420 lounges worldwide. Passengers can earn and redeem Frequent Flyer Miles throughout the SkyTeam network.

“Joining SkyTeam is a long-term development strategy for Garuda Indonesia, and for years we have been upgrading our service and actively forging cooperation with SkyTeam member airlines with this objective in mind,” said Emirsyah Satar, President and CEO of Garuda Indonesia. “As the first Indonesian airline to join this world-class alliance, our strategic target is to continuously strengthen profitability and boost international market competitiveness.”

“The most fitting word to describe 2010 for SkyTeam is growth. Welcoming a member that covers a considerable part of South-East Asia definitely illustrates our expansion,” explained SkyTeam Chairman Leo M. van Wijk.

domestic destination

domestic destination The Diving Heaven, Manado THERE IS ONLY one place in Indonesia that can claim

The Diving Heaven, Manado

THERE IS ONLY one place in Indonesia that can claim the title of diving center, and it’s in Manado. With a gigantic and classic natural collection about 3,000 species of fish and 300 species of coral reefs, the Bunaken Sea Park is a heaven for diver, The swish of the school of fish entering and leaving your sight and the crashing of the underwater currents on the chromatic coral reefs is much like experiencing a safari amidst the wilderness in Africa:

enchanting and mesmerizing.

Bunaken is about 40 minute boat ride away from Manado Island. There are at least 40 diving points in the area, most of which offers the delicate grandeur of soft and hard shelled coral reefs. Those willing to wait a bit may sight at some large fishes, such as the Marlin, the Manta Ray and even several species of sharks.

Aside from Bunaken, another attractive diving spot is Lembeh strait. This 12 kilometer long strait is said to have become an exclusive heaven for experienced divers due to its collection of small but unique, and absurd fishes. Located in Bitung, Selat Lembeh has played a major in drawing domestic and international tourists to Manado.

Slightly farther from Bunaken, but just as attractive is Manado Tua or Old Manado, the largest island of a string islands located off of Manado Bay. The Undersea Park of Old Manado is a brilliant combination of coral reefs, saltwater fish and other underwater flora and faunas. The island is circled by a small paved road. At a place called Tanjung Raja, you can see an old Portuguese ship’s anchor. In Tanjung Kopi, you can quietly observe the sea turtles crawling up to the shore to lay eggs during the full moon.

Year after year, as the area welcomes and harbors thousands of divers. Experiencing Bunaken remains an extraordinary sensation. A tourist attraction that one must come and see for themselves.

domestic destination Garuda Indonesia flies : Jakarta - Manado -Jakarta 7 times per week MILEAGE

domestic destination

domestic destination Garuda Indonesia flies : Jakarta - Manado -Jakarta 7 times per week MILEAGE EARNING

Garuda Indonesia flies :

Jakarta - Manado -Jakarta 7 times per week

MILEAGE EARNING FOR JAKARTA – MANADO

  C / D / I Y/M L/K/N   2382 1701 1361 681 2382 1701
  C / D / I Y/M L/K/N   2382 1701 1361 681 2382 1701
  C / D / I Y/M L/K/N   2382 1701 1361 681 2382 1701
  C / D / I Y/M L/K/N   2382 1701 1361 681 2382 1701
  C / D / I Y/M L/K/N   2382 1701 1361 681 2382 1701
  C / D / I Y/M L/K/N   2382 1701 1361 681 2382 1701
 

C/D/I

Y/M

L/K/N

  C / D / I Y/M L/K/N
  C / D / I Y/M L/K/N
  2382 1701 1361 681
 

2382

1701

1361

681

2382 1701 1361 681

2382

1701

1361

681

2042 1361 1021 340

2042

1361

1021

340

2042 1361 1021 340

2042

1361

1021

340

Notes :

The basic miles on the table above applies for each single trip. Round trip multiplies the value by two.

The calculation for mileage earning is based on the Basic Miles, the flight class and the membership level.

Reservation class V, H, X, Z, O, T & J will not earn mileage, though reservation class V & H will have flight frequency taken into account.

Routes and the basic miles value is subject to change, which may apply with or without prior notice.

MILEAGE REQUIRED FOR JAKARTA – MANADO

Route

Economy

Economy Class Peak Season Periode

Executive Class

Upgrade

Class

Jakarta-Manado

24000

30000

43000

14000

Notes :

Award Miles required for an Upgrade Award from V or H class flight is equal to the value of Mileage required for the Economy Class Award Ticket.

The Upgrade Award facility is not applicable for flight tickets under class J/X/O/T/Z.

The above table is subject to change. You may find the latest information at the website.

The Premium Economy Award Ticket will be applied during peak season*, the period of which will be determined by Garuda Indonesia.

international destination

international destination Beyond the Seoul KOREA, Japan and China have a different and unique charm, compared
international destination Beyond the Seoul KOREA, Japan and China have a different and unique charm, compared

Beyond the Seoul

KOREA, Japan and China have a different and unique charm, compared to other Asian countries. Close to the prevalence of the “Oriental” culture, these three countries seem to be always ahead in terms of development, economy and technology. Korea, Japan and China in particular has a war-torn history which helped shaped the country.

It was slightly difficult finding that slice of traditional wealth beneath the

modernity of the ever-moving Seoul. You can start by visiting the National Fold Museum (NFM). Located in the vast palace courtyard, NFM is equipped with both indoor and outdoor displays with a section dedicated especially for children. In the outdoors, you can captivate the beauty of Seoul by admiring the jangseung, wooden statues that represents God in a time when religion was a foreign concept, amidst the sakura trees and the falling pinkish-white petals and the captivating blooming golden bell leaves.

Inside the Museum, the NFM is divided into three exhibition halls showcasing the history of Koreans; their arts and their crafts, their living essentials and the Korean lifecycle. In another section was the tradition behind the making of Kimchi, a type of pickle serves as a staple in every Korean meal until today, and it turned out that here are 200 types of Kimchi.

In order to get away from the crowd, Seoul people love to spend their

weekend in Soeraksan, a hilly area next to the small town of Sokcho, which is

a favorite gateway and reachable within a four-hour drive.

Soeraksan is a charming place to visit in anytime of the year.

Another attractive site is the Daepo Fish Market. Aside from enjoying the various oceanic views next to its seaside locations, aquariums of fresh saltwater fish and other marine life can easily make you want to stay here forever.

Sitting next to the beach with the spring wind gently caressing your face while hearing the classic squawks of seagulls and watching the orange sunset sky, you can easily understand why the Seoul people love Sokcho.

international destination Garuda Indonesia flies : Jakarta - Seoul - Jakarta 5 times per week

international destination

international destination Garuda Indonesia flies : Jakarta - Seoul - Jakarta 5 times per week MILEAGE

Garuda Indonesia flies :

Jakarta - Seoul - Jakarta 5 times per week

MILEAGE CHANGES FOR JAKARTA – SEOUL

  C / D / I Y/M L/K/N   5742 4101 3281 1641 5742 4101
  C / D / I Y/M L/K/N   5742 4101 3281 1641 5742 4101
  C / D / I Y/M L/K/N   5742 4101 3281 1641 5742 4101
  C / D / I Y/M L/K/N   5742 4101 3281 1641 5742 4101
  C / D / I Y/M L/K/N   5742 4101 3281 1641 5742 4101
  C / D / I Y/M L/K/N   5742 4101 3281 1641 5742 4101
 

C/D/I

Y/M

L/K/N

  C / D / I Y/M L/K/N
  C / D / I Y/M L/K/N
  5742 4101 3281 1641
 

5742

4101

3281

1641

5742 4101 3281 1641

5742

4101

3281

1641

4922 3281 2461 820

4922

3281

2461

820

4922 3281 2461 820

4922

3281

2461

820

Notes :

The basic miles on the table above applies for each single trip. Round trip multiplies the value by two.

The calculation for mileage earning is based on the Basic Miles, the flight class and the membership level.

Reservation class V, H, X, Z, O, T & J will not earn mileage, though reservation class V & H will have flight frequency taken into account.

Routes and the basic miles value is subject to change, which may apply with or without prior notice.

MILEAGE REQUIRED FOR JAKARTA – SEOUL

Rute

Economy

Economy Class Peak Season Periode

Executive Class

Upgrade

Class

Jakarta-Seoul

35000

43000

63000

21000

Notes :

Award Miles required for an Upgrade Award from V or H class flight is equal to the value of Mileage required for the Economy Class Award Ticket.

The Upgrade Award facility is not applicable for flight tickets under class J/X/O/T/Z.

The above table is subject to change. You may find the latest information at the website.

The Premium Economy Award Ticket will be applied during peak season*, the period of which will be determined by Garuda Indonesia.

member info

member info GFF Mobilise Assistance for Victims of Natural Disasters Wasior, Mentawai and Merapi IN OCTOBER

GFF Mobilise Assistance for Victims of Natural Disasters Wasior, Mentawai and Merapi

IN OCTOBER 2010, three major natural disasters hit Indonesia: flash flood

in

Mentawai (West Sumatra) and the eruption of Mount Merapi in Yogyakarta (Central Java). Garuda Indonesia, via its Garuda Frequent Flyer (GFF), pleads to the esteemed members of the GFF to reach inside their hearts and help alleviate the sufferings of the victims in Wasior, Mentawai and Merapi.

Garuda Indonesia provided the facility for GFF members to participate in providing aid to the victims of the natural disasters through the GFF Mileage Donation programme.

With this programme, GFF members could donate their mileages with

a minimum donation of 5,000 miles or multiples thereof, which is valued IDR 250,000 for every 5,000 miles.

The Garuda Indonesia Care Programme, through the GFF Mileage Donation programme, had been activated since 8 November 2010 and ended on 15 December 2010. Accumulated mileage donations will be disbursed to the victims through the Red Cross Centre in Jakarta.

Garuda Indonesia thanks the GFF members who have contributed their mileage and assist our brothers and sisters in need. May our generosity bear fruit and be the reflection that is the GFF member’s beneficence towards the victims.

Allow us once again to thank all GFF members, both to those listed an unlisted below. We appreciate your contribution. Here are some of those who have donated to this cause:

Wasior (West Papua), 7.2 richter scale earthquake followed by tsunami in

No

Member Name

1

HENGKY LAU

2

RUDY SUSENO

3

SUNARTO

4

ADHARA GUSDIANTO

5

ENDANG KUSNADI

6

ONASIS WAHJU

7

I GST NGURAH AGUNG DWI ARYANTO

8

ARIEF TASLIHAN

9

TUMPAK SILAHAHI

10

SUGANDHI

11

THESIS BUDIARTO

12

AMRULLAH

13

ACHIROEDDIN NOERDIN

14

ANDRI P

15 AGUS KAFID

16 DADANG BUDIAWAN

17 HURIP DANU ISMADI

18 FELIANA

19 RAIS SYAEFUL HAQ

20 SRI WAHYUNINGSIH

21 ARMI DEBI

22 KUSIM

23 MARASIDDIK SITOMPUL

24 ADHI SETIAWAN

25 MUNANTO

26 ABDUL RAHMAN ZAINUDDIN

27 SONY SETIAWAN

28 MAYHERA RUDI SUPRATMAN

29

30

31

32

33 NANANG NASRUDIN LATIF

34

35

36

37

38

39

40

41

42

43 SANDIAGA SALAHUDDIN UNO

44 YUDI LASMANA

45

46 AGUSTURIA

47 HAMDANI PARULIAN PANE

48

49

50

51

52

53 SUKIDAH BAHARUDDIN

54

55 BENYAMIN MUCHTAR UMAR

56

57

58

59

60 FRANCISCO MARIO TAMBAJONG

61 ANDY SUKAMTO BUDIPRADIGDO

62

63

64

65 IGNATIUS AGUS PUJANTORO

66

67 I WAYAN HARTEDJA

68 ROBINSON R SIMANJUNTAK

69

70

71 ALEVERTIYAS NOVALDY

72 GOPALAN RAVI KIZHAKKUMURI

73

74

75

76

77

78 MUHAMMAD MUCHTAR ARIFIN

79 ANDUS MUKMIN SIMATUPANG

80 REYDI ARMAN

81

82

83

84 TOMMY ANDRIA ARITONANG

85

86

87

88

89 DWI PURWANTORO SASONGKO

FRANS SEGAR GULTOM SYARIFUDDIN ASMANIDAR ZANTI ARIFIN MOCHTAR BAGUS INDARYONO WILNI CANDERA WASIH ALVIN WAHYUNI LEO INDARWAHONO

98 FATTYAWAN KINTONO LIONG

90

91

92

93

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97

99 SOEJANTO HADIKOESOEMO

100 HARKRISHAN RAMP BEDI

101

102

103 EDDY SUNYOTO

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108

109

110

111 AGATHA AURORA TARIGAN

112

113 SUDIBAGUS DWI RAHARJO

HENGKI JAMES PINEM EDIH RUSWANDI MOH. IMRON ROSYADI

MAYDA AWVIA ZAICH NUR SYARIFAH EKO RACHMAN MUHAMMAD NAEEM GUL IDA BAGUS OKA WEDHA RISDIYANTO HERU SISWANTORO AGUS SUDIBYO BUDHI BAKTI KALANGIE

ANTONI TJENDY

YEE SUI ONN GUNGUN SISWADI SOETANTO ABDOELLAH ERWIN KOSIMAN ALI SUHARTONO

TEGUH D SUSILO J

DEDE KUSMAWAN DAHRIL NIZAM SANTOSO TANARA BAMBANG WIDIANTO T

PAMELA JOY BATHGATE AFRI JUNIDA SIGIT NUGROHO

MOH ARHAM

INDRA MARTA

ANDRIKO PERDANA

OEI KEN WIE REOLINA ARIETI VINCENTIUS WAALDER DARSANA PARDIANA SERIGIANTO

DANY DARYATMO

REZA MAGHRABY

HARTA GUNAWAN

ABDULLAH JOENAEDI

SYAIFUL ANWAR

ISWAN HUNAKA

TOGAR SINAGA

HARRY ARYADI JUSDI EDWARD THAMRIN

ASEP SETIABUDI KENJI SAWADA ZULI ASTUTI DEVI ANIL GEORGE KRESNA CAKRA HUSIN HALIM ARIEF YUNAN

BACHTIAR SONDA

member info

114

115

116

117

118 ARJEN TRIDARMA DARMAWAN

BROTO PURWANTO FERRI APRIYANDI EKO PUTRO YUDISTIRO K SABAROEDIN BONAI SUBIAKTO ANDI SUJITO ASEP HERMAWAN ZAINAB TAHIR SURAHARUN

128 SHANTI L POESPOSOETJIPTO

119

120

121

122

123

124

125

126

127

129 CHANDRA ADIWIJAYA HONG

130

131 FANNIE ATRIAVIANI SUSENO

132 A GOUW TJONG BENG

133

134

135

136

137

138 DENNY WIJAYA PERMANA

139

140 RAHMAD HIDAYAT

141

142

143

144

145 IMAN SURACHMAN

146 IMAN SURACHMAN

147

148

149

150 DODIK PRASETYO

151

SRIKUMAR SREEDHARAN

152 CAROLINA ROULA LUBNANTINI

153 HARIYANTO

154

155

156 ASTRID DITA PRASETYANING RAHAYU

157 PRANOWO PRAWIRO KUSUMO

158

159

160

161

162

163 JOHAN HADI WIDJAJA

164 ALEXANDER RAYA

165 YOYOK LANGGENG KUNCORO

166

167

168

169 GAMAL HENDRAWAN WANENGPATI

170

171

172

173

174 SUTJIMAN

175

176

177

178

179

180

181

182

183 RADHIA FICMA

184 SUMAN SITUMEANG

185 YULIA SUCIATI WARDINAN

186

187

188 MUHAMMAD YUSUF HARUN

189

190

191

192

193

194

195

196 ANGGA PRAMUDJI

197

198 ROSMAN ROSLI

MARINGKA PAUL

RIDES ANDITAWARMAN

ANTON DARYONO

LUCKY SIAHAAN

RICHARD ERIC THOMAS

HERCULES SITANGGANG AMAN KARTA TRIANO SUGENG PRIYANTO IYUS SUMARSONO HAMAMI

MUNAWIR YUSUF

ARIF SASMITO

PUTERA JAYA

LAKSMI HANDAYANI

HADI SUHERMAN

EDDY

STEVE TJAHJONO

FUADI LIM

CUT SALWITRY TRAY ARIF SUYOKO

BUDI SANCOKO KEAT LEONG CHUM HENDRA MULIAWAN WIDIANTO SULISTIAWAN RICHARD RUSLI

SAPTARINIE WIDIASTUTI

SURATIN

RUSDIMIN ADIKARTA

JUNI MELANI VIVIEN YUNITA TJIONG JAHRUDDIN ERI PURWANTO

NUR HAYATI YUDI SISWANTO PERRY ROSADI PURBA ANWAR TAN MUGIJANTO LILIEK KURNIADI NOVIZAR ZEN JAMES MCCALLUM

NANANG PURWANTORO

SUF IKHWANSYAH

ARIF RAHMAN HONG YANG YU SUHERMIN SRI ARYANI PASKAWATY HUTABARAT MUHAMMAD YAP SULASMAN

ARIEF HILALUZZAMAN

member info

199 GILANG PRIYADI

200

201 M FAUZIE

202

203

204

205

206

207

208 PUGUH DARU KURNIAWAN

209

210 DEDEN AHMAD NUGRAHA

211

212

213

214

215 SOEDARMADJI ROESMIJANTO

216

217 DONNY JAYATA HIU

218

219

220 IMAM GRILYONO POEDJOHADI

221 MUCHLIS KURNIAWAN

222 HERMAN PRIYATNA

223

224 ENDAH BAYU PURNAWATI

225

226

227 DJOKO SURATMAN KARTO SENTONO

228

229

230

231

232

233 HARIO JALUYAKTI SOEDIARTO

234 LAURENTIUS BAGUS PERMANA

235 HARDI SENTOSA

KALEB S MALAU SUPRIJANTO SUMINTA SUWONTO YAMIN SAULS BERI HUTAPEA A Y TUMIMOMOR NASRULLAH AKBAR ISMAIL

243 RIFKY EFFENDI HARDIJANTO

236

237

238

239

240

241

242

244

245

246

LANTIP WRATSANGKA

247 LY COLIN

248

249

250

251

252 KENNETH GENE BRUMMET

253 BAMBANG HERU SANTOSA

254

255 MONAS OKTAVIANUS PURBA

256

257 DEDY KOERNIAWAN

258 SLAMET SUGENG BONIRAN

259 HONNINGER PETER PAUL

260

261

262

263

264

265

266

267 NGAKAN NYOMAN TRI ARYANA

268

269

270 MUNGKY P POESPONEGORO

271

272

273

274

275

276

277

278

279 SEPTA ELIANI TARIGAN

280 HIDAYAT ABQORY MUHAMMAD

281

282 AKSARI PUDJIANTO

283

DIYUDI

MULYANTO HADI SUWASONO TJANTORO ONGAWAN PRIYANDONO HADARI IGOR F FIRDAUZI SJUKUR PURWATAN

ANWAR SUTRANGGONO

DONNI INDRASWANTO

HARTONO PRABOWO

LALU IRAWAN

WIKU JULIANTONO

ROHYADI ATMAJA

POTTER STEPHEN JOHN EKO WIDIATMOKO

RICKY HALIM

ALLE PASAU

PHILIPS HASAN

RAHIL TANEJA

GANDA KRISTIANTO

LINAWATY ANGSANA

DEDNY SANTOSO

AHNAR MAGENDA

SULKAN BASORI

HERY SANTOSO

VALENTINA KEMONG DJOKO SUMIATNO HELMI ADAM MARIO D ALESSANDRO

TIE KIAN TAN

AHMAD ZAINUDIN

ROBIN MULJADI ANDY SULISTYONO DIDIET SUHARDI ELIANSON SINAGA EDHY KARTIKA YUDHA LIANA RIDWAN ROMAWI

SIM SWEE HUA MAGGIE SUHARTONO CHANDRA

HENDRA PILIANG

ZAINUDIN

TRI MULYONO

BAGUS SUBIANTORO

DIDIT HERMAWAN

SETYO BUDIANTO

HARI PRIWIRATAMA

ARIF ADIANTO

PETRUS ANDRIES

ANDIKA SANDA BUNGA

284 MINESH SHRI KRISHNA DAVE

285

286 LIES UDHIARTI NURWANTO

287

288

289

290

291

292

293 ZAENAL MUTROFIN

294

295 JOHAN SILAS

296

297

298

299

300 URIEL OSEGUERA

301

302 IDA BAGUS GEDE WIYANA

303

304

305 LINAWATI LIM

306 ANAK AGUNG NGURAH PUTRAWAN

307 RITCHIE HARRIS MOHAMMAD

308

309 RAYMOND RUTHERFORD

310

311

312 BUDIMAN SAYUTI

313

314

315

316

317

318 BUDIMAN

319 HASBI BERLIANI

320 MICHAEL MAHESA MANARA

SOFYAN SUMARNA INDRA NURHIDAYAT ARSUL SANI HAIRIL ANWAR OEY PERAK/BENG YOE JAN MAARTEN BOSCH SUHARSONO R

326

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321

DIANA YURIKA LITTIK

HILMI ARIFIN MENDRI ANGGIRI ZAINUDIN AZIS EUZAN HENRY ISNENDY YUSUF MAULANA ADI PRAMONO

BUDIMAN TANDIAS

HERMAWAN DWAYNE MCCLELLAND ARI MARDIKA YADI NOTO EDI PRABOWO

ISKANDAR ZULKARNAIN

JONNY

FAIZUN NIAM

YOHANES

UKUR KAMI SURBAKTI IDA KINTAMANI DEWI

WIANTO

DIANA HERMANTO

JONI WINTARJA

KUSMAN SUDIBJO

RUDI WIJAYA

327

328 HARIADI WIBISONO

329

330

331

332 RIZKY FIRMANSYAH CHAERUL

333

334

335

336

337 MARTIN

338 MIEN UNO

339

340 KOESBINTORO SINGGIH

341

342 HARSOJO MUDJIONO SUTJIADI

343 DENISE JOHANES

344 DEEPAK BHAGWANDAS DODANI

345

346

347

348

349

350

351

352 SHOLEHUDDIN

353

354

355 JOSEPH GOENAWAN

356

357

358

359

360

361

362

363

364 BRANJANGAN TIRTA YUDA

365 IMAN NU’MAN

366

367 SRI WASONO HARTO WIBOWO

368

MULIOWATI FARID SETIAWAN IAN SABRIE MATHAN

ADE ARYANI RAISIA RIKA SANDI PETER GEOFFREY ALBERT LUKMAN JUSUP

I NYOMAN KANDUN

ANTONIUS BUDIONO

IRWANTO RAIS RINALDI SUDJATINA LUTHVI YULI TRIONO ASRI WISMAWATI HAMDAN GODANG PARTOGI SIMANJUNTAK OLIVIA SURIYANTO

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369 MIRNA KRISTIYANTO

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373 MUHAMAD SAHRUL MURAJJAB

374 DAVID IAN FRANCIS CHAMBERLIN

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390 AGUSTIN BARON TARIGAN

FAISAL MUTTAQIN ISSOM IWAN HARY SUSILO ISMOE HARYANTO RIO NOVRIANTO JULIANA CHRISTANTIE ARIF HARSO JOKO WIDODO SYAMSUDIN

399 SUSAN ELIZABETH BERNHARD

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KHUSWANTORO ICHSAN

SUKARNO

ROLF KREZDORN

HONGGO HARTONO

MAURIZIO BAFFIONI

SITI WAHYUNINGRUM

BAHRI ROMPI PETRUS HAMIDY SUBARI JOHAN SUMAWI

SIGIT HANGGORO

HATARI TJANDI

DJAMAL

SUGIARTO

TAUFIK OCTAVIANO

DIMAS SOEROJO

400

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407 HENDRA ARIFIN TOBING

TAKAAKI ONO HARRY EKO MEHRUNNISA G J RAMJI

411 MUHAMAD ZAKARIA ANSHORI

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412 URI JUNIANTO TEMPARAJA

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YURIKE LAKSMITA N RUDIANTO SUKARNO SUTOMO RATNA ARIATI AGUS SANI NUGROHO ARIF RIZAL RAHMAN PRIAMBODO

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428 BUN GI GOZALI

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431 ROBERT SITORUS

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441 JANUARY GABRIEL VALER MANALAC

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446 NGAKAN PUTUGEDE SUARDANA

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448 GLENN TIAN WAHANI NAYOAN

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TONNI BUNAFI

JOHN FILDISSIS

GATHOT WINARSO RADEN RUDI YULIANTO JOWVY KUMALA LUCKI LUKMANULHAKIM MUHAMMAD SHIDQON LEKO HARJONO SUYUD LUKMAN DARMAWAN FRENGKY MANURU

HERCLIF SAYAN

AJAI AGARWAL

RONALD WAROMI

ALIA MONALITA

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454 NURDIN HIDAYATUR ROKHMAN

455

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458 GOMEINI MAKMUR

459 HIRAKAWA HIROSHI

460

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463 KURNIA ADHI SULISTYAWAN

464 MICHAEL WILLIAM HENRY COLE

465

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468 DUNAN MADONG SIREGAR

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475 HONG LIONG TAN

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484 RIDWAN IRIANTO SITUMORANG

YENNY YOUNG SANDY ADHI Y SUPRAYOGI ATRIATNO BENNY KARTAKUSUMAH INDRASTUTI BAILLIE SUBAKTI KURNIA

485

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492 STEPHEN ROBERT FOSTER

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497 NANANG EKO PRASETYO

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508 ANDHIKA RAHMA WARDANA

509

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511 PATRICK DAVID SANDIFORD

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516 ANTONIUS ARIS SUDJATMIKO

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531 EDY SUSANTO SIMON

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BAMBANG SARDHONO

BUDI UTOMO

AKRASID AMATAYAKUL

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EEM HERMAWATI

SRI KUNTARI

WENNIE

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SISCA TJOKRO

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539

540 MICO SYAIFUL RACHMAN

541

542

543 SHEBA HARTATY SIMANJUNTAK

544 TOH HOON PENG STEVE

545

546 OCTAVIANUS KZU SAHULEKA

547

548

549

550 FERDINAND LONA RORING

551

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554 AHMMAD LUTHFI PRATAMA

555

556 WIJANARKO

557 RUWIYANTORO

558

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563 BAMBANG MOHAMMAD DARMAWAN

564

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566 MUHAMMAD ICHSAN

567 ARUMUGAM SARAVANA KUMAR

568

569 IMAN BURHANUDDIN GANI

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580 UHAN RUHANDI

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586 BOWO ASTOTO

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595 RUBEN HARALD H SINAGA

596 ARUMININGSIH

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598 INGRID SANTOSO

599

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605 SIREP HANDAYANI SUNARYO

GATOT DWI UTOMO RIA KARTIKA RIZA ANDI AMRULLOH MUHAMMAD ALMAHDI A MOELIA AIDA FREDDY TENDEAN DJOKO SUSILO ARIWATI ALI

614 AHMAD GUSMAR HARAHAP

613

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612

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LUKMAN ADI SISWONO

DEVI RULIATI

CHANDRA SUPRAPTO

HERRY SAPTONO

FENDA WIDJAYA LIM

NURHADINI LUTHFI

MANGASA ARITONANG

MARGARET O’DONOHUE

DAHANA PRAKOSA

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SURANTO

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KRISTON N PANJAITAN ARIE WURANTORO RISNIATI SOEWANDYO AULIL AMRI MATTHEW STEPHENS

RIDO ARIFIN IDA TISRINA EFFENDY PRAKASEN VATAKKAYIL ANDRY SETIAWAN

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PARDEEP MITTAL

HARTANTO BAYUAJI

WAHYUDIN

PHILIP SOUHUWAT

SINDHU RUDIANTO

RUMONDANG PANJAITAN

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SITTI MERINA ANDINI

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640

641 WILLIAM SURIA DJAJA SALIM

642 JOHNNY RICHARD PANJAITAN

LUSI INDRAWATI LIM TAI PONG LISTIYANTO RONNY MAKAMINAN ENDAH MARTININGRUM

647

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YUSI MEI ANDRYANI YUZERWANDI YUS HOTMAN SIDAURUK YUSUF S. KARIM

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707

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