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After deadly Lion Air crash, new focus on torrid industry growth in Indonesia

JAKARTA: In April 2013, a Lion Air Boeing 737 missed the runway on the Indonesian resort island of Bali in bad weather and plowed into the sea, cracking its fuselage open on the rocks. All 108 on board survived. But a September 2014 report by Indonesia’s air crash investigators highlighted errors and poor training, saying the 24-year-old co-pilot had failed to adhere to the “basic principles of jet aircraft flying.” Lion Air, struggling to get off a European Union blacklist because of “unaddressed safety concerns,”…