More than 20 scheduled carriers now vie for a share of Indonesia's commercial air transport market, with intense price competition and more regulatory requirements the order of the day. But such conditions will eventually force some airlines out, says Rusdi Kirana, head of Lion Air, the country's largest domestic airline. He foresees a massive shakeout through mergers and business failures, leaving just four airline groups to serve the world's largest archipelago, within the next 6-7 ...


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