KBIH Supports Transfer of Hajj Embarkation to BIJB

BANDUNG, (PR), – Communication Forum of Hajj Guidance Group (FKKBIH) of West Java supports if embarkation of Jabar Haj pilgrims diverted to West Java International Airport, Kertajati, Majalengka, on Hajj season 1438 H / 2018

The transfer of harys was followed by improving the quality of service for prospective haj pilgrims who had not been obtained at Halim Perdanakusumah or Soekarno-Hatta. “The service to God’s guests from West Java who is not good is the service at the airport because the pilgrims are transported from the buses Bekasi pilgrimage then immediately boarded the plane so there is no break respite,” said Chairman FKKBIH Jabar Sunija, during the meeting FKKBIH Jabar , Monday (1/1/2018).

The meeting which was attended by KBIH Bandung Raya was also filled with cooperation agreement of FKKBIH Jabar with Bank Muamalat and umroh travel agency in Jakarta. The agreement is one of them supports the construction of FKKBIH offices that are still staying in other people’s buildings.

Sunija said, ideally as a guest of God should be served well from registration, manasik, in haj dormitory, until departure and return. “It would be nice if the airport pilgrims also in West Java so in terms of distance closer.Of course the facilities at the airport should also be good so not just from the bus directly to the plane,” he said.

Regarding the acceleration of haj pilgrimage preparations such as medical check-ups, flying groups, and passports, he said, his side supports this government policy. “Only the socialization is still lacking so that Kemenag, Immigration, or Health Office should be able to give understanding to the pilgrims of the hajj pilgrims, we are ready to help for this socialization,” he said.

Moreover, the new policy of barcode so that pilgrims who do not quickly join the KBIH will be included in the congregation independently. “Usually pilgrims hajj pilgrims waiting to be paid first to join KBIH, but now making kloter in speed so that no waiting time repayment,” he said.