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Indonesia faces scrutiny over transport disasters [Analysis]

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Poorly maintained aircraft and frequent accidents have thrown the spotlight on safety standards in Indonesia's airline industry, which is riding on a surge in domestic travel. This paper discusses the necessary steps on how to prevent such incidents. The recent accidents and air disasters have prompted the Indonesian government to introduce new regulations in a bid to step up flight safety and maintenance of aircraft. In the event of an accident due to failure to comply with safety or maintenance requirements which results in injury or loss of lives, the head of the airline concerned will be prosecuted and the air operating certificate revoked

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Engineering & Technology  (Volume:2 ,  Issue: 4 )

Date of Publication:

April 2007

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