The Indonesian government has committed to upgrade and expand the country’s airport capacity to cope with the latest generation of narrowbody jet aircraft, and also to extend Air Service Agreements (ASAs) with neighboring countries. Indonesian Transport Minister Ignatius Jonan said increasing the runway capacity in provincial and district capitals is “one of the priorities of the Ministry of Transportation.” The Indonesian government says it will build 15 new airports in ...

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