When Ms Asmarinda, 30, decided recently to take her two-year-old daughter and three other family members from Jakarta to visit her grandmother in Padang in West Sumatra, she booked five tickets on Lion Air. With the total fare costing 3 million rupiah (S$270), the low-cost carrier had the best schedule that she could afford.
But after one of Lion Air’s jetliners crashed last Monday, in what will likely be Indonesia’s second deadliest aviation accident, she was understandably nervous.
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