Indonesian carrier Sriwijaya Air wants to expand into turboprop operations to take advantage of growing demand in cities equipped with airports with runways shorter then 1,800 meters (5,905 ft). The airline’s corporate planning and business development director, Jeff Jauwena, says there are only about 40 Indonesian airports with runways longer than 1,800 meters that can handle large narrowbodies, such as the Boeing 737-800. But there are more than 100 airports with shorter runways better ...

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