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from ANTARA, The Indonesian National News Agency Jakarta, June 29 (ANTARA) - Indonesia will step up checks on pilots and crew arriving from abroad to anticipate the swine flu threat, a Jakarta international airport official said.
"Tightened control will especially be done at international airports such as the Soekarno-Hatta airport in Jakarta," the administrator of the Soekarno-Hatta airport, Edward A Silooy, said here on Monday.
He said checks would be done using a body scanner on pilots and crew before they leave the airport. "The checks will be a must for pilots and crew," he said.
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