Govt steps in to end price wars between airlines
The Jakarta Post
Mounting concerns over cut-throat price wars between domestic airline operators — amid soaring operational costs — have forced the government to intervene by lifting the minimum fares airlines can charge their customers.
Although passenger numbers have grown by double digits annually, carriers have been jostling to attract passengers on busy routes, which serve as the main battle ground...
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