Indonesia Signs Up To ASEAN Open Skies

Indonesia has opened the door to a Southeast Asian airspace-unification process that began in 2004 by signing an agreement to allow Association of Southeast Asian Nations-based (ASEAN) airlines unrestricted access to its Jakarta airports. As the last ASEAN country to register for the regional open...

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