The Vice President of the Republic of Indonesia recently spoke to journalists after a meeting with the Minister of Transportation that the Government will work on improving, among others, Soekarno-Hatta’s spatial arrangement and configuration of runway and taxiway. The Government hopes to increase Soekarno-Hatta’s ability to handle flights from the current 64 flights per hour to 72 flights per hour by 2014 and 86 flights per hour by 2015. Until that happens, flying in and out of Jakarta won’t get any easier. What’s really going on with Jakarta’s international airport?
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