Mandala Airlines A320. Photo: By Rob Finlayson. Jakarta-based LCC Mandala Airlines suspended all flights Thursday pending a "major restructuring exercise" aimed at attracting new investors, but the financially troubled airline's future viability is unclear with its fleet of five Airbus A320 family aircraft being returned to lessors. President Director Diono Nurjadin said the company has asked an Indonesian court to grant a "suspension of payment obligation" ...

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