The Indonesia National Air Carriers Association has declared that Indonesia needs to accelerate its push to groom more pilots to cope with the expansion of the country’s airlines. The Association forecast the number of fleets will grow by 8% annually from 707 aircraft at the end of 2011 as demand picks up against the backdrop of relatively robust economic growth. Indonesia’s economy expanded 6.5% last year and the government forecasts growth to be above 6% this year. All carriers in the country have recently purchased new aircraft. PT Garuda Indonesia has an outstanding order for six CRJ1000 jets with options

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