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JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): Indonesia will be key to recovering aviation demand in Southeast Asia over the next two decades, according to American aircraft manufacturer Boeing Co, one of the world’s biggest.
JAKARTA (The Straits Times/ANN): The Indonesian passenger aircraft that plunged into the Java Sea shortly after take-off last month, killing all 62 people aboard, had a problem with its engine control system, preliminary investigations by the country's National Transport Safety Commission (KNKT) showed.
Volcanic eruption forces airport closure in Indonesia; country's Covid-19 total goes above 1.166 million, above 31,500 dead
JAKARTA, Feb 8 (dpa): Flights were cancelled in Indonesia on Monday after a volcanic eruption on Java island forced a nearby airport to close, officials said.
JAKARTA (Reuters): Indonesian authorities said on Thursday (Jan 21) the search for victims of a plane crash that killed all 62 people on board had been halted, but the hunt would continue for the Sriwijaya Air jet's cockpit voice recorder (CVR).
NEW DELHI: India’s IndiGo has emerged as one of the world’s biggest airlines by capacity, aided by a swift recovery in the domestic aviation market to nearly 80% of pre-pandemic levels and the financial strength to boost market share as rivals struggle.
JAKARTA (Bloomberg): Bayu Wardoyo tends to skip the 6am breakfast of Indonesian fried rice served to divers on the ship searching for wreckage of the Sriwijaya Air passenger jet that crashed in the Java Sea on Jan 9. He prefers coffee, light snacks and some fruit to prepare for the long day ahead.
JAKARTA, Jan 15 (AFP): Indonesian investigators have successfully recovered data from a crashed passenger jet's flight recorder, days after the plane with 62 people aboard slammed into the sea, they said Friday.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesian investigators have successfully downloaded information from the flight data recorder (FDR) of the Sriwijaya Air jet that crashed into the sea last week, its transport safety agency said on Friday.
JAKARTA (Bloomberg): Indonesia’s transport ministry ordered the nation’s airlines to inspect their older, so-called classic Boeing Co 737 aircraft following Saturday’s crash of a Sriwijaya Air passenger jet with 62 people on board.