• Daily Archives: March 13, 2018

    Cargo Garuda Indonesia 50 Percent Discount During GATF 2018

    Visitors pay attention to the ticket prices offered at Garuda Indonesia Gallery 2nd floor Trans Studio Mall (TSM). Jl Metro Tanjung Bunga, Makassar, some time ago.

    MAKASSAR – Garuda Indonesia Travel Fair (GATF) will again be held at Atrium Trans Studio Mall (TSM) Makassar on Friday-Sunday, 16-18 March 2018.

    Through these activities, PT Garuda Indonesia (Persero) Tbk provides special offers for Cargo, such as the first three free senders every day.

    Special 50 percent discount Go Express City to Door and Pre-sale Go Express desk sign-up to have a cargo outlet for Rp 5 million.
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    Saab Runway Operating System at Juanda International Airport

    The Saab Advanced-Surface Movement Guidance and Control System (A-SMGCS) is now operating at Juanda International Airport, Surabaya. The placement of Saab A-SMGCS at Juanda International Airport as the third largest airport in Indonesia serves more than 19 million passengers per year.

    Saab A-SMGCS is a proven reliable and standards-based system that provides supervision of airport runways, taxiways, stand and on approach. A-SMGCS in Juanda includes surface multilateration systems, vehicle locators (VeeLo), fusion processing, security warnings and control work positions.

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    Air Cargo Business Predicted Up by 2018

    The domestic air cargo business prospect in 2018 is predicted to rise 8-10% from the previous year. Perpetrators of courier services that began to reach the remote areas to support.

    Chairman of the Association of Indonesian Logistics and Forwarders (ALFI) Soekarno-Hatta Arman Yahya said the rampant online shopping by consumers outside of Java to make the delivery of goods via air increases. “The increase in e-commerce stage has reached all corners,” he said today, Sunday (4/2/2018).

    In addition, airlines that increase the number of flights make the cost of delivery kites become cheaper.

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    Silence is Golden

    Religious, Military and Political Leaders Issue Guidelines for ‘Nyepi’ Observances on Saturday, March 17, 2018

    (3/9/2018) In a circular order signed on February 15th by religious leaders from across the Island of Bali, police and military authorities, the Provincial office for the Ministry of Religion, and Governor Made Mangku Pastika – all Bali residents have been reminded that:

    • Hindus in Bali will celebrate the New Year (Caka 1940) with the official “day of silence – Nyepi” and the religious mandated Catur Bratha Penyepian on Saturday, March 17, 2018, that stipulates: Amati gni – no open fires or flames; Amati lelanguan – no pleasurable activities; Amati karya – no work or labor; and Amati Lelungan – no journeys.
    • Non Hindus residing in Bali must respect and honor the purity of “Hari Nyepi” by not venturing forth from their homes for the 24 hours from 6:00 am on Saturday, March 17th until 6:00 am the following morning.
    • Radio, television and cable/satellite broadcasts will not be available during the 24 hours of silence.
    • Cellular and Internet providers are requested to turn off their connections during the 24-hour period of silence.
    • Fireworks, amplified sound and noisemakers are not allowed during the Nyepi period.
    • Hotel are instructed not to host Nyepi-related entertainment programs or other forms of entertainment/amusement in promoting occupancy over the period of silence.
    • Local religious and community watch groups are expected to ensure that the protocols of Nyepi are honored in coordination with police officials.
    • All religious groups in Bali are urged to familiarize their followers with these guidelines and seek their compliance.

    Sources: http://www.balidiscovery.com/messages/message.asp?Id=18474
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    Three Turks arrested for alleged Canggu ATM skimming

    Three Turkish nationals have been arrested in Bali, accused of skimming an ATM in Canggu.

    Bali Police confirmed that the three Turks, identified as Kimis Dogan, 43, Mentes Mehmet Ali, 29, and Koc Tayfun, 35, were arrested on Friday for allegedly trying to skim a Mandiri bank ATM in Canggu.

    The arrests were part of Bali Police’s ongoing three-week Operation Sikat Agung, running from Feb. 22 until March 14, a crackdown targeting all types of theft.

    “We have arrested perpetrators of ATM skimming. The perpetrators this time are Turkish nationals. Now we have the perpetrators and evidence secured by Bali Police. We are still investigating,” said Operation Sikat Agung Bali Police Comr. Sang Made, as quoted by Kumparan.

    Mandiri got police involved after noticing that CCTV footage at one of their ATMs at Canggu Mart appeared to show the suspects installing a skimming device.

    When checked last Wednesday, police indeed found a skimming device.

    Bali has unfortunately been rife with reports of card skimming in the past several years, whereby devices are attached to ATMs to record bank customers’ account numbers, while small cameras capture PINs. Equipped with customers’ secret PIN codes, this allows perpetrators to record duplicate cards and withdraw at the ATM of their choosing.

    Sources: https://coconuts.co/bali/news/three-turks-arrested-alleged-canggu-atm-skimming/
    Re-posted by Pande

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