INACA

AcronymDefinition
INACAIndonesian National Air Carriers Association
INACAInternational Network against Cyber-Hate (Netherlands)
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At iNaCA, young learners from different parts of the world can choose from more than 100 courses and study with certified teachers in virtual classrooms to reach their highest potential, said a statement from the company.
Following the complaints, INACA agreed to reduce the prices during a press conference on January 13.
While air cargo volume decreased by 5% in 2015 due to the slowing economy, INACA forecasts a substantial volume increase now that more direct flights are possible.
INACA has advised its members that they would be unable to absorb the extra fuel costs without passing some of the cost onto their passengers and that they must raise ticket prices.
There hasn't been much improvement in safety and security." National flag carrier president director and Indonesian National Air Carriers Association (INACA) chief Arif Wibowo said he expected passenger growth for airlines this year to be between 8 to 9 percent, the same growth rate recorded in 2015.
The Indonesian National Air Carrier Association (INACA) predicted the growth is 10%-15% a year.
Indonesian airlines are free to set their own air fares for domestic flights as long as they make them public, the Indonesian National Air Carrier Association (INACA) has said.
The transport ministry has set rating of the country's airlines based on their performance under INACA (Indonesia National Air Carrier Association) I as well those serving chartered flights grouped in IACA (Indonesia Air Charter Association).
The Indonesian National Air Carriers Association (INACA) has supported the Indonesian government's new policy that limits foreign shareholders' stakes in local airline companies to a maximum of 49%.