Surabaya airport needs a makeover
The Jakarta Post
Charmed by lucrative budget airfares, a surge of passengers has put pressure on Juanda International Airport in the East Java provincial capital of Surabaya.
The airport is overloaded, even though it only opened for operation on Nov. 7, 2006, state-owned airport management firm PT Angkasa Pura I executive Trikora Harjo said, adding that passenger volume has increased at a rate of 7-10 perce...
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