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October 08, 2012
Tourists feed reef fish after getting off a seaplane at Moyo Island in eastern Indonesia September 19,...
MOYO ISLAND, Indonesia
Tourists feed reef fish after getting off a seaplane at Moyo Island in eastern Indonesia
Tourists feed reef fish after getting off a seaplane at Moyo Island in eastern Indonesia September 19, 2012. The seaplane taxiing over a coral reef to deliver tourists to a remote luxury resort may soon become a more familiar sight in Indonesia, an archipelago of 17,000 islands and only 183 airports. At the moment, seaplanes in Indonesia are limited to niche charter flights for high-end tourism and mining, but their use could spread to serve the needs of a fast-growing economy and to beat the lack of transport infrastructure. Picture taken September 19, 2012. REUTERS/Neil Chatterjee (INDONESIA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS TRAVEL)
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