Indonesia's largest homegrown low-cost carrier, Lion Air, has said it will halt expansion plans due to significant reductions in passenger numbers. The airline, which was recently censured by the Indonesian Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DJPU) for contraventions over flight delays in February, says it has been hit by falling passenger numbers due to new rules from the Ministry of Transportation. The new rules, introduced earlier this year, prohibit discount fares of less than ...

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