Jakarta cuts aircraft movement rate, cites safety issues

Jakarta’s Soekarno-Hatta International Airport will cut aircraft throughput from a current peak of 72 movements per hour to around 60 per hour because of a shortage of air traffic control (ATC) staff. Indonesia Transportation Ministry director aircraft operations Muzaffar Ismail said that “a high...

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