Indonesia emerges as global aircraft supplier
Indonesia is ready to undertake the first flight of its homegrown N219. The twin propeller, 19-seat passenger plane is the main focus of Dirgantara Indonesia, which is leading the way in promoting the country's aircraft manufacturing industry.
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