Indonesia raises price floor on domestic tickets

FlightGlobal | April 01, 2019

Indonesia raises price floor on domestic tickets
Indonesia raised the price floor on over 1,000 domestic routes on 29 March, and signalled that it will review the floor regularly to ensure the country’s airlines remain viable. The adjustment has increased the minimum fare that permitted from 30% of the maximum set by the transport ministry for each of the routes to 35%.It is the first change to the price floor mechanism since 2016, but the latest ministerial orders stipulate that fares will be reviewed every quarter.They may also be instigated when "there is a significant event that affects the [viability] of a carrier." Those include a 10% increase in fuel prices, other cost components, or fluctuations in the value of the Indonesian rupiah.

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