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(From Antara - The Indonesian National News Agency)
Jakarta, Mar 8 (ANTARA) -- The Indonesian government believed that domestic airline companies would be able to compete with new low-cost airlines (LCA) like Air Asia, of Malaysia, which will soon enter Indonesia covering new routes.
"The value-added of domestic low-cost airlines extras like food and beverages as part of their service to the passengers," Air Transport Director General at the Ministry of Transportation S. Eddy Wibowo told the press in Jakarta on Monday.
Eddy made the statement in view of the coming of Air Asia in April 2004 with fares below average. An air ticket for a Jakarta-Johor …