Indonesia - Aviation Takeoff, Safety Concerns
David Soucie (CNN Safety Analyst) | Shukor Yusof | Dudi Subidyo
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After the Trigana Airlines crash in Irian Jaya (West Papua) two weeks ago, Indonesia’s air safety record has been in the spotlight. Although it has one of the fastest-growing aviation markets in South East Asia, 59 of it airlines are prohibited from flying within the European Union. Today we explore the reasons behind the archipelago’s aviation safety problems and the challenges to over-coming them.
This is a report by Wan Irdina binti Mohd Fizlie.
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Tags: aviation, aviation disasters, Indonesia, air travel, airport