Jakarta’s super rich enthusiastic about chopper rides
Winny Tang and Fedina S. Sundaryani
The Jakarta Post
Hoping on and off a helicopter around Jakarta and its neighboring cities may soon become a new trend for businesspeople, as many executives are willing to spend more to fly pass the gridlock and cut down on commute time.
Rosan Roeslani, chairman of the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Kadin), eagerly expressed his interest in trying out the chopper service once it was commercial...
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