Indonesia’s government has announced plans to build a new airport serving the Jakarta area in anticipation of the future growth of travel within the country.

Based on a draft plan by Indonesia’s state-run airport authority Angkasa Pura II, the new project is estimated to be worth USD $10 Billion, will be .......

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