A year of disasters, the disappearance of Flight 370, and infrastructure bottlenecks highlight the challenges confronting the Asia-Pacific air travel market – the world’s largest – and governments, regulators and airlines are struggling to keep up after a decade of astonishing growth. Indonesia, in particular, has come under scrutiny for safety and regulatory contraventions. Dominic Sebastian Lalk investigates.
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