President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo had planned to apply the open sky policy by allowing foreign airlines to operate in Indonesia. The President asserted that this decision has been taken to allowed a better competition of ticket prices. He said, the government had tried to reduce plane ticket price by lowering the upper limit prices and increasing the lower limit prices. In addition, the prices of jet fuel have also been reduced but the price still expensive over the low competition in the country. So far, two main players in Indonesia are state-owned flight carrier PT Garuda Indonesia Tbk (GIAA) and private airlines PT Lion Mentari Airlines. Jokowi expects the new policy will bring the competitiveness among the local players.