In the earlier time, the Government of Indonesia has limited the permit to all foreign aircraft to landing or takes off from one place to another within Indonesia’s territory. This regulation refers to the non-cabotage principle stated in the Chicago Convention of 1944. However, these limitations are considered to be irrelevant to the current condition as the needs of fast transportation are increasing. Related to this, the Government of Indonesia has amended its regulation which simplifies the implementation of non-commercial air transport and non-scheduled commercial air transport by foreign civil aircraft.
What is regulated by the amended regulation, what is the difference with the previous? Partner in HPRP, Hendra Ong, supported by Associate Lawyer, Osha Adyancha and Ken Atyk Nastiti, have prepared a comprehensive article regarding the regulations of non-commercial air transport by foreign civil aircraft in our domestic flight. The article shows the background and situation on the regulations and its amendments, and the opportunities after the amendments are enacted.
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