PT. Metro Batavia, operating as Batavia Air, was an airline based in Jakarta and Surabaya, Indonesia. The airline operated domestic flights and flights to several nearby regional international destinations, and Saudi Arabia. Its main base was Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, Jakarta.
The airline was obtained aviation license in 1999, established with trial operations in 2001 and started operations in 2002. On January 31, 2013, Batavia Air ceased operationsafter the Central Jakarta Regional Court granted a bankruptcy appeal by IFLC, the international aircraft lessor. Six airlines were slated to take over the entire Batavia Air route network. As of February 2013, only three airlines have acquired the routes, namely Citilink, Mandala Airlines, and Travel Express.