Indonesia AirAsia next year is planning to increase capacity by close to 50% as part of an effort to capture a large share of the domestic market. The carrier intends to add 10 A320s in 2013, increasing its total fleet to 32. The carrier currently has 21 A320s and is due to receive one more by year-end. Indonesia AirAsia is the country’s largest international carrier but accounts for a minor part of domestic operations, which is dominated by Lion Air and Garuda Indonesia. To ...
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