Tri-MG flies again

INDONESIA has reissued a business permit for Tri-MG, a cargo airline that had its business permit revoked by the government in 2008.

Seven airlines — Fly Cargo, Megantara Air, North Aceh Air, Sultra Air, Phoenix, Bee Air Charter, and Spirit Global Service — did not have their permits reissued.

Analysts said that the government was forced to stop issuing permits due to the country’s limited airport infrastructure.

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