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Slow progress in reforming Indonesian air traffic safety

With a population of approximately 240 million scattered across more than 6,000 inhabited islands and an expanding domestic economy, Indonesia holds the potential to be one of the largest domestic aviation markets in the Asia Pacific region. However, the twin concerns of infrastructure and a poor safety record have somewhat blunted the potential of the market over recent years, after a period of rapid growth.

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