A disagreement with national airport’s operator Angkasa Pura I appears to have killed Lion Air’s plan to have its maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) business for the country centered on Indonesia’s Sulawesi island. Lion president director, Rusdi Kirana, held a ceremony in Oct. 2010 at Manado International Airport, on the provincial island of Sulawesi, where he laid a foundation stone to mark the start of construction of a new MRO facility there that would serve Lion. But Lion ...

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