• Monthly Archives: June 2018

    Gunung Agung Today: I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport Returns to Operation Normal

    In connection with the issuance of NOTAM 2552/18, PT Angkasa Pura I (Persero) informed the reopening of I Gusti International Airport Ngurah Rai Bali starting at 14:30 WITA.

    The issuance of NOTAM is based on the evaluation of RGB Satya Himawari Weather Satellite Imagery issued by BMKG at 12:10 WITA which shows the current volcanic dust plotting route to the southwest-northwest and has completely left the airspace of I Gusti Airport Ngurah Rai, Bali. The results of the paper test conducted at 13:19 WITA showed nil results of volcanic ash kdi airport aerodrome area.

    Currently operational activities have returned to normal and International Airport I Gusti Ngurah Rai, Bali will operate for 24 hours today to support the normalization process of flight rotation (flight recovery) in accordance with applicable procedures.
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    Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport back open after brief shutdown over volcanic ash

    Bali’s airport reopens after a nearly 12 hour shutdown. Photo via BNPB

    After a nearly 12 hour shutdown following an eruption from Mount Agung, Bali’s international airport has reopened.

    Ngurah Rai Airport resumed operations at about 2:30pm on Friday afternoon, ahead of schedule. This morning, when airport authorities announced that the airport would close at 3am, they originally said that the airport would reopen at 7pm Friday evening, pending a review of conditions.

    Changing wind directions blowing ash fall away from the airport, which lies about 75 kilometers from the Karangasem-area volcano, allowed flights to run again.
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    Gunung Agung Today: Gusting Mount Agung Continues to Release Volcanic Ash, Ngurah Rai Airport Closed Meanwhile

    The current appearance of Mount Agung (June 29, 2018) is seen from the village of Redang, Karangasem. – source: channel telkomsel balinustra

    DENPASAR – Continuous blowing in Mount Agung that issued smoke and volcanic ash since 28/6/2018 at 10.30 WITA until 29/6/2018 early morning has caused ash rains in the west to southwest. Himawari satellite data from BMKG show volcanic ash has covered the air space coordinates International Airport I Gusti Ngurah Rai.

    Based on the official release of Head of Information Data and Public Relations of BNPB, Sutopo Purwo Nugroho received by Tribun Bali, said based on Coordination Meeting of Mount Agung Impact Impact Management on flight operation at Airport I Gusti Ngurah Rai on 29/6/2018 at 00.05 WITA decided Closing Airport (Closed Aerodrome) is recommended from 29/6/2018 at 03.00 WITA to 19.00 WITA. For the next issue NOTAM. Evaluation will be held again 29/6/2018 at 12.00 WITA.
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    Gunung Agung Today: 42 Flights from and Towards Bali Canceled, Avoid Abu Gunung Agung Enter Aircraft Engine

    MANGUPURA – The latest data obtained by the Tribun Bali regarding the airline’s policy to cancel its flights from and to I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport is increasing. From the previous 31 flights now become 42 cancel flight.

    “The latest information we get from airlines now has 42 cancel flights, still dominated with international flights of 32 flight cancel while domestic there are 10 cancel flight,” said Communication & Legal Section Head Ngurah Rai Airport, Arie Ahsanurrohim, Thursday (06/28/2018 ) night.

    The canceled flight routes are Kuala Lumpur-Bali with flight code AK370, Bali-Kuala Lumpur with flight code AK371, Kuala Lumpur-Bali with flight code AK378, Bali-Kuala Lumpur with flight code AK379.

    In addition, Bali – Singapore with flight code QZ508, Singapore-Bali with flight code QZ509, Bali-Perth with flight code QZ536, Perth-Bali with flight code QZ537, Perth-Bali with flight code QZ545, Bali-Kuala Lumpur with flight code QZ554.
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    Gunung Agung Today: Breaking News- Ngurah Rai Airport Closed, Volcanic Ash Mount Mount Predicted to Reach 23 Thousand Feet

    MANGUPURA – Airport Community I Gusti Ngurah Rai held a meeting together to discuss the current condition of Gunung Agung activity, Friday (29/6/2018) morning.

    The meeting was chaired by the Head of Airport Authority Region IV Bali Nusra, Herson in Space Jepun Building Wisti Sabha Angkasa Pura I.

    “The Darwin VAAC ploting predicted a spreading above the surface with a height of 23,000 feet with a speed of 10 knots, already covered the air space of I Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport – so we decided to temporarily shut down the airport operation,” Herson said.

    He added that the operation of the airport closed approximately 16 hours from 03.00 pm until 19.00 pm tonight.
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    Qantas Announces Melbourne-Bali Daily Route

    JAKARTA – Australian airlines, Qantas announced the commencement of service route daily Melbourne – Denpasar (Bali).

    Qantas’s latest route, which uses the Boeing 737-800 fleet, comes with an increase in flight frequency from Melbourne to Denpasar owned by its subsidiary Jetstar from 10 times a week to twice a day.

    This reflects the high demand from customers who want a full-service travel experience to the Island of God as one of the most popular holiday destinations for the Australian community. This daily route has been in operation since June 23, 2018.
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    Indonesia Out of EU Fly Ban

    Great God Almighty, Almighty God who gave the most beautiful gift for the nation of Indonesia in the form of lifting the ban from EU Flight Ban (EU Flight Ban). The good news came in the evening of Idul Fitri 1439 H / 2018 M today Thursday afternoon (14/06 Brussels time) in which the EU officially issued Indonesia from the EU Flight Safety List.

    This means that all remaining air carriers (airlines) Indonesia, totaling as many as 55 airlines are eligible allowed to fly to the EU.

    “Praise be to Allah Almighty, Lord Seru Sekalian Alam who has bestowed his grace on the nation of Indonesia, especially in the aviation sector. On this good day the EU flight ban officially opened for Indonesian flights. This is the most beautiful gift we’ve had for 11 years since we were in the tire in July 2007, “said Director General of Air Transportation Agus Santoso.

    Agus stated that in addition to gifts from Allah SWT this is also the result of hard work of the struggle of all Indonesian aviation stakeholders, especially Regulators and also aviation operators and the public and all flight stakeholders under the captain of DGCA as the national aviation regulator.
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    Tanjung Priok Port Removed from the War Prone Port List

    Illustration-Security officers are located around Tanjung Priok Container Port. – Antara

    JAKARTA – The Joint War Committee (JWC), a committee representing UK-based securities firms, removed Port of Tanjung Priok from the port-prone harbor list.

    In JWC publication released today (25/6/2018), Tanjung Priok Port is no longer listed in the list that was updated on June 14, 2018. In fact, in the previous publication, the Port of Tanjung Priok or Port of Jakarta is still listed in the list of zones prone to war.

    JWC launch, there are five waters are categorized as a war risk that is Africa region, including Libya, Somalia, Nigeria and Togo. Then the Indian Ocean covers the Indian Ocean, the Arabian Sea, the Gulf of Eden, the Gulf of Oman and the Red Sea.

    Furthermore, the waters are considered vulnerable to Pakistan, Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Yemen, and Venezuela.

    To note, the cost of insurance premiums charged to the ship owner will increase if the ship docked or sailed in waters that are categorized as prone zone of war.
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    Emirates Add Route Dubai – Denpasar – Auckland

    The number of foreign tourists visiting Indonesia will certainly be more massive. Therefore, accessibility to Indonesia is increasing. Latest, Emirates airline will increase the route of Dubai (United Arab Emirates – Denpasar (Indonesia) – Auckland (New Zealand) .The flight will be on June 25, 2018.

    “Starting June 25, 2018, Emirates will add flight routes with EK 450 flight numbers from Dubai – Denpasar – Auckland. And vice versa with flight number EK 451 (Auckland – Denpasar – Dubai), “said Deputy of Marketing II Ministry of Tourism Nia Niscaya, accompanied by Assistant Deputy Marketing Development I Regional IV Australia and Oceania Kemenpar Adella Raung in Jakarta, Saturday (23/6/2018 ).

    Nia added, this year Kemenpar targeting the arrival of 17 million foreign tourists, as many as 1.35 million foreign tourists from Australia. This target rises about 200 thousand compared to last year as many as 1,188,449 foreign tourists. Meanwhile, the target of foreign tourists visiting from New Zealand this year is expected to increase significantly compared to last year. That is 100 thousand foreign tourists.
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    ALFI Urges Progressive Package Fee Exemption in Priok During Lebaran Holiday

    Container loading and unloading atmosphere at Container Terminal (TPKS), Tanjung Emas harbor, Semarang, Central Java, Friday (16/1/2015). – Bisnis.com / July Nugroho

    JAKARTA – Indonesian Logistics and Forwarders Association urged the exemption of the imposition of the progressive cost of the accumulation of imported containers at Tanjung Priok Port during the Idul Fitri holiday period this year.

    Chairman of Jakarta ALFI DPW Widijanto said that due to Idul Fitri holiday and the absence of trucking serving importing export during the Lebaran holiday restriction period, contained imported containers accumulate an average of more than 7 to 10 days in the port of Priok.

    “This condition is due to inability to deliver because many of the holiday manufacturers and trucking fleets are not operating. It is conditional that we urge the accumulation of containers during Idul Fitri period in Priok is not burdened with progressive tariffs of 300% to 900%.” ​​ALFI asks to be freed from progressive storage at the container terminal, “he told Bisnis on Sunday (6/24/2018).
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