Singapore-based developer Gallant Venture and Indonesian flag-carrier PT Garuda Indonesia have signed an MOU to turn Bintan Airport, Indonesia, into a major aviation hub. The MOU will see the current airport, with its single 2,250m runway, developed into a sizeable facility with two 3,600m runways, an extensive MRO capability, and support and training facilities. Situated a few miles from Singapore’s east coast, it is in close proximity to Singapore’s Changi Airport, and also ...

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