Another Indonesian carrier—state-owned regional Merpati—is set to be erased from the record books following one of the worst years ever for the country's airline sector. Merpati, which filed for bankruptcy in December last year, will be written off by the Indonesian government with outstanding debts of some IDR1.5trillion ($115million). Although its initial debt filing listed some $500 million of debt, this has been reduced since it stopped flying operations in February last ...

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