Restore Flight, AP I Operate Airport 24 Hours

PT Angkasa Pura I (Persero) operates 24 hours of airports under its management. This is part of the support for aviation recovery due to the eruption of Mount Agung, Bali.

Corporate Secretary of PT Angkasa Pura I (Persero), Israwadi, said that his side fully supports the airline during the recovery of aviation affected by Mount Agung eruption, and due to bad weather.

“The natural phenomenon of the past week, such as the eruption of Mount Agung in Bali and the Cempaka tropical cyclone in the southern coastal area of ​​Java Island resulted in disruption of flight operations and the closure of a number of airports,” he said in Jakarta on Sunday (3/11/2017).
As a form of service to the airlines, continued Israwadi, Angkasa Pura I management has instructed all of its airport branches to alert all airports in Angkasa Pura I environment to operate 24 hours.

“In this situation Angkasa Pura I always strives to fully support the airline during this recovery period as a form of service to the airline partners,” he said.

In addition, the airport is also requested to provide extend services at the request of the airline and to provide landing services, placement and storage (PJP4U) for the Return to Base (RTB) flights and diverted. And long delay above 4 hours related to the impact of the eruption of the great mountain.

“Our focus is on providing airport services to the passengers and the ease with the airline partners so that the flight operations can run smoothly and quickly so that the public can still be well served,” he said.

To update the information on the condition of Airport I Gusti Ngurah Rai Bali can contact the Integrated Command Post 0361 9351011 ext 6300, Media Center 0361 9351011 ext 5055, for information on the condition of Lombok International Airport can contact integrated post 0370 6157000 ext. 888 or can call PT Angkasa Pura I (Persero) call center at number 172.



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