Bouraq Indonesia Airlines was an airline based in Jakarta, Indonesia. It operated regional and international services to Eastern parts of Indonesia. Bouraq ceased scheduled operations in July 2005 and issued staff termination notices March 2006 after prolonged financial problems and successive failures to seek new investors.
Although sometimes referred to as a low-cost carrier, it marketed itself as an airline which straddles between low-cost and traditional carriers by offering on-board service with meals, but at competitive prices, similar to the model adopted by Singapore-based Valuair. Prior to the crash of flight 574, it was the fastest growing low-cost carrier in Indonesia.