Indonesia faces looming staffing problems, from flight crews to technical oversight, as a result of the country’s dramatic aviation growth, and at least one top aviation official hints at import limits to try to cope. Herry Bakti, the head of Indonesia’s Directorate General of Civil Aviation (Direktorat Jenderal Perhubungan Udara or DJPU), shared with Aviation Week that he was prepared to limit the number of aircraft imported into Indonesia by local carriers—despite large orders having ...
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