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Flight Restrictions at PT Angkasa Pura II Airport Are Extended to 7 June 2020, These Documents Required for Prospective Passenger Aircraft

31 May 2020

Today's Soekarno-Hatta Airport Simulates Digitally Inspecting Documents

Jakarta - Enforcement of flight restrictions at the airport of PT Angkasa Pura II (Persero) extended to 7 June 2020, from before until 1 June 2020.

This is in accordance with the Circular of the Task Force for the Acceleration of Handling of COVID-19 Number 05/2020 which extends the validity period of Travel Restrictions in the Context of the Acceleration of Handling of the COVID-19 to 7 June 2020.

The Minister of Transportation released the Minister of Transportation Decree No. KM 116 of 2020 extending the period of validity to 7 June 2020 for PM 25/2020 concerning Transportation Control during the Eid Al-Fitr Mudik Period of 1441 Hijri in the Context of Preventing the Spread of COVID-19.

The Director General of Civil Aviation of the Ministry of Transportation followed up with Circular Letter No. 37/2020 which extended the application to 7 June 2020 for SE No. 32/2020 concerning Air Transportation Operational Guidelines for Implementing Travel Restrictions in the Context of COVID-19 Handling.

In line with the issuance of the three regulations, the departure procedure for domestic route passengers in the midst of a pandemic is still being implemented at PT Angkasa Pura II airport.

"Flight restrictions are still in effect at the airport of PT Angkasa Pura II until 7 June 2020, in the sense that domestic aircraft passengers must meet a number of requirements and complete various documents," said PT Angkasa Pura II President Director Muhammad Awaluddin.

Following this, PT Angkasa Pura II informed that during the flight restriction period, people who could travel by plane were those who worked for government or private institutions, which organized: Accelerating services for handling COVID-19; defense, security and public order; health; basic needs; basic service support; and service important economic functions.

Patients who need emergency health services or travel for people who are exiting the core are seriously ill or have died, are also allowed to travel. In addition, Indonesian Migrant Workers who will return to their area of ​​origin are also allowed to travel on domestic routes by first fulfilling the requirements.

Document Check at Airport

In connection with this exception, PT Angkasa Pura II along with other stakeholders will check the required documents as stated in SE 05/2020, such as:

1. Letter of assignment for ASN and TNI / Polri signed by a minimum of echelon 2 Officials

2. Letter of assignment for employees of BUMN / BUMD / UPT / Satker / non-governmental organizations / business institutions, signed by the director / head of office

3. Show a certificate of Reverse Transcription - Polymese Chain Reaction (RT-PCR) test with a negative result that is valid for 7 days or a certificate of Rapid-Test test with non-reactive results valid for 3 days upon departure

4. Symptom-free certificate such as influenza (influenza-like illness) from doctors of hospitals / health centers for areas that do not have PCR Test / Rapid Test facilities.

5. For those who do not represent government or private institutions must make a statement signed on a stamp and known to the Head of the Village / Local Village

6. Showing a valid KTP or other identification

7. Report travel plans

Meanwhile, the hospital referral certificate must also be completed for patients or persons who are severely ill. For people who want to travel because a family member dies, they are asked to complete a death certificate.

Digital Document Inspection

Going forward, PT Angkasa Pura II will impose digital document checks for prospective passengers on domestic route aircraft in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.

And following this, today, Sunday, May 31, 2020, a digital inspection of the prospective passenger documents has been carried out.

"The process at this time is for potential passengers to bring all the documents to be checked at the airport. In the future, digital checks will be carried out, "said Muhammad Awaluddin.

"With a digital inspection, prospective passengers on domestic routes can upload documents that must be met to the Travel Declaration [Travelation] application, and if approved, prospective passengers will receive a digital pre-clearance certificate that can be opened in the gadget for inspection at the airport. Through digitalization the process becomes more concise but still tight, and ensures the realization of physical distancing, "said Muhammad Awaluddin.

The simulation will be carried out again tomorrow until the process runs perfectly and then enters the trial phase and then the implementation.