A dispute over maintenance has contributed to a messy divorce in Indonesia between flag carrier Garuda and Sriwijaya Air. Confirming the end of the two airline’s tie-up, Garuda was diplomatic, saying that “with a heavy heart we inform that Sriwijaya will continue its businesses without us”. Not so Sriwijaya, whose lawyer, Yusil Mahendra, said that “Garuda’s domination had gone too far”. Chief among his complaints was a stipulation in the two ...

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