Indonesia has been struggling to develop a new economy, and to make sure the population doesn’t become too dependent on imports and exports.
Airport transfer ads are aimed at helping Indonesia make its citizens feel like they’re in a different country.
They can be found in many Indonesian markets, including in the airports, malls, and restaurants.
Some of them are also in supermarkets.
“They’re selling tickets to travel to other countries,” says the owner of a restaurant.
In a country with an ageing population, many Indonesians are worried about how long their children will live.
“The airport transfer advertising is to keep people engaged in the economy,” says Ibrahim Binti.
In order to help Indonesians, the government of Jakarta has created a new type of airport transfer.
“We’ve decided to make the airport transfer as a business-like service, like taxi services or a supermarket,” says Jakarta Governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama.
He says they’ll try to sell airport transfer services to people who are interested in becoming Indonesians.
A total of 8,000 airlines already have airport transfer options.
“Airlines need to show that they have a reliable service that allows them to transport passengers to the destination in a safe manner,” says Tjahja Purnamas.
The airport transfer is a small business idea, but it has a big impact on Jakarta.
For example, one of the airline’s first clients was a small Indonesian community group, who wanted to send their child to school abroad.
The group received a flight ticket for their child and a visa to go to the United States.
The airline then paid for the flight and paid for all the expenses.
The family was able to send its child to the US without any visa.
“This was the biggest challenge for the group,” says Basuki Purnammas.
“I thought, how can we make this possible for them?”
The airport transfers are not the only one that have helped Indonesia.
A recent poll showed that almost half of Indonesians want to move to a new country, with many saying that their current location is too distant.
“There are also problems in our society, so this is a way to improve our life,” says Fadima Abulhamid, a mother of two.
Her son is studying in America and wants to study engineering, but his parents say that he’s too far away from home to study.
“He’s very close to his parents,” says Abul Hamid.
They also want to make a new life for their son.
They’re hoping that his new life will be a good place for him to learn.
Abulghada, a 20-year-old university student, is not so sure about his future.
He wants to leave Indonesia, but the university doesn’t have any students from his school, and he worries that his future is not as promising as he’d like.
“My friends don’t want to go back,” he says.
But Abul Ghada is optimistic, because he says that if he leaves Indonesia he can go back to study abroad.
“If my family doesn’t want me to go, then I can go anywhere.
If I want to stay here, I can stay,” he said.
The government has also taken steps to increase the number of people willing to give up their jobs and live abroad.
According to the latest statistics, about 7,000 Indonesians who were employed for less than 10 years were willing to leave their jobs, but only about 6,000 people are willing to do the same for five years or more.
The problem with the current economy, is that many people don’t have the ability to move, so it can be very difficult to get back to their previous jobs.
“People are looking for work when they can, so they can live,” says Nabeel Arawah, who lives with her husband and three children in Jakarta.
“In order to make them stay in Indonesia, I think the government needs to create a good environment.”
Jakarta Governor Tjahajah Purnamas hopes that the airport transfers will help to attract more people who want to return to their old jobs.
According a recent poll, 56 percent of Indonesans said that they want to work for another employer.
Purnampas also believes that the government can use the airport to attract people who have left their old job.
“To give people the opportunity to move overseas, we need to make it easier for them,” he adds.
And the airport is not the sole reason why Indonesians like to leave.
According the latest data from the International Monetary Fund, nearly half of all Indonesians were unemployed.
A growing number of Indonesian citizens are also leaving their home country, like Nabeem Bintis.
She’s been living in the United Kingdom for a year and says that she would like to come back to Indonesia.
“It’s good to be back here.
But I can’t go