Indonesia's dismal safety record is in the headlines again, and Adam Air faces a potential grounding after one of its 737-400s skidded off the runway at Batam Island's Hang Nadim Airport Monday, injuring five of the 176 passengers and crew onboard. The right wing, hydraulic system and main landing gear were damaged. The incident, Adam's third in 18 months, prompted Indonesian Transport Minister Jusman Syafii Djamal to warn that he may ground the airline. "We are giving them a chance to ...

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