Indonesia’s airlines must up their game on safety and expect more international competition if they are not ready to serve new routes, the country’s head of transport warned Friday. In a hard-hitting keynote address at the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) annual assembly, Indonesia Transport Minister Ignasius Jonan said he had talked with airlines like Emirates and Etihad Airways. Jonan said he told them that if Indonesia’s airlines were ready to offer new ...

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