Indonesia is seeking to expand Kualanamu Airport in Northern Sumatra in western Indonesia into a major regional air hub to rival the likes of Singapore's Changi and Kuala Lumpur.

The local-state operator of the airport Angkasa Pura II will be partnering with Indian-French JV GMR Airports to develop the airport, .......

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