Editorial: Concern over Lion’s expansion
The Jakarta Post
The move by Lion Air, Indonesia’s second largest air carrier, earlier this week to expand its fleet by 234 jetliners of the A320 series worth US$24 billion once again shows the huge potential market for air travel within the world’s largest archipelagic country.
The giant Airbus order, made only one year after Lion’s purchase of 230 airplanes of the Boeing 737-800/900 series val...
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