Some of Indonesiaâ€™s smaller operators appear to be the main beneficiaries of Batavia Airâ€™s sudden collapse, with Citilink, Expressair and Mandala Airlines all applying for route authorities once held by the bankrupt carrier. According to government officials, Citilink will operate 14 routes once served by Batavia, while Expressair and Mandala combined will serve another six. Batavia operated on 42 routes before its closure, say the officials. Batavia, which was Indonesiaâ€™s ...
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