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    13 AP II Airports Become Digital Travel Destinations for Millennials

    BIJB Airport was built since December 2015 with an airport project value reaching Rp 2.6 trillion. Kertajati will have a terminal with a capacity of 5.6 million passengers per year.

    PT Angkasa Pura II (Persero) or AP II wants to make the 13 airports it manages as a digital tourist destination. This concept is applied to reap more and more millennial consumers.

    AP II Managing Director Muhammad Awaluddin said, the application of the concept of digital tourism at the airport is expected to give a different impression for airline service users.

    “The more digitalized AP II airports, travelers can have their own impression when they arrive. Millennials are potential assets and market segments that can be addressed for this,” he said, Wednesday (1/9). (Also read: Angry International Agenda 2018, Passengers at Ngurah Rai Airport Up 13%)
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    Angkasa Pura Airports Serves 96.5 Million Passengers in 2018, the Biggest Ngurah Rai Airport

    Entertainment – A child saw entertainment at the Ngurah Rai airport area, Kuta, Badung, recently. Throughout 2018, Angkasa Pura Airports was recorded to serve 96.5 million passengers in 13 airports it manages.

    TRIBUN-BALI.COM, JAKARTA – Throughout 2018, Angkasa Pura Airports was recorded to serve 96.5 million passengers in 13 airports it manages.

    This figure grew 7.6 percent compared to 2017 with 89.7 million passengers.

    I Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport in Bali is still the largest passenger contributor with 23.7 million passengers, or a 12.6 percent growth compared to the previous year.

    Meanwhile, Semarang General Ahmad Yani Airport recorded the highest passenger growth among other Angkasa Pura I airports with an increase of 16.4 percent, from 4.42 million passengers in 2017 to 5.12 million passengers in 2018.
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    Manifest Generation III, Customs Accelerates the Flow of Goods

    Press conference regarding the implementation of the Manifest Generation III system by the Directorate General of Customs and Excise in Jakarta, Monday (1/7/2019). Photo / Rina Anggraeni

    JAKARTA – Entering 2019 Customs continues to create various innovations and strategies in order to respond to the rapid development of industry that has entered the industrial stage 4.0. Strategic steps are taken by perfecting business processes in all lines and innovation and modernization following the development of the global economy in the digital era.

    Related to that, the Directorate General of Customs (DJBC) implements the third generation manifest to facilitate service users while reducing logistics costs. This is one of the Customs steps to be able to increase the ease of business in Indonesia and the smooth flow of goods.

    “The third generation Manifest is the latest version that prioritizes the principles of automation and simplification in line with the Customs and Excise Reform program agenda in order to build smart customs and excise systems to create business processes that are easy, inexpensive, fast, transparent, effective and efficient,” said the Director General of Customs and Excise Heru Pambudi in Jakarta, Monday (1/7/2019).
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    Local is Best: Bali hotels and supermarkets to prioritize island produce

    Crops growing around Lake Batur, Bangli. Photo: Wikimedia Commons

    In accordance with Bali Governor Regulation No. 99 of 2018, Bali supermarkets, hotels and restaurants must now promote and prioritize local produce, sourced from farms and fisheries on the island. The policy was inaugurated on Monday, and stipulates that 60 percent of the agricultural products bought, sold and marketed by retailers and hoteliers must come from local suppliers, as reported by Bali Post.

    At the inauguration of the new regulation in Pengotan, Bangli, on Monday, Governor Wayan Koster spoke about his vision to boost Bali’s farming, fishing and handicraft industries by synergizing them with the already booming tourism sector.

    “There is a big imbalance [in economic growth]. Bali relies on the tourism sector. If tourism is disrupted, all life is disrupted. Therefore, it is necessary to balance the structures of tourism and agriculture,” said Koster, as quoted by Nusa Bali.
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    Asperindo Asks Regulated Agent Rate (RA) Reviewed

    Chairman of the Association of Express Delivery Service Company, Post and Logistics Indonesia (Asperindo) Mohamad Feriadi (right), gave a presentation accompanied by Vice Chairman Budi Paryanto, during a visit to Wisma Bisnis Indonesia in Jakarta on Monday (20/3). – JIBI / Dwi Prasetya

    JAKARTA – Chairman of the Association of Express Delivery Service, Post and Logistics Indonesia (Asperindo) Mohamad Feriadi asked operators regulated agents to review the matter of tariff determination.

    “At least we want to be cost-reasonable, do not have a profit element because it is managing a private element may be reviewed, or indeed if deleted will be very good,” he said on Monday (2/7/2018).

    In addition, he said RA should be managed by the government. “This should be the responsibility of the government (public service) and should not be delegated to private companies whose orientation is definitely profit making business,” he said.
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    Singapore Airlines Welcomes Latest BOEING 787-10 Aircraft Arrivals

    (Left-Right) Ceremonial delivery of Boeing 787-10 aircraft model attended by Timothy Ouyang, Manager of Singapore Airlines, Bali, Mr. W K Lim, Singapore Airlines Regional Vice President of South East Asia, Mr. Anil Kumar Nayar, Singapore Ambassador to Indonesia, Tjokorda Artha Ardhana Sukawati, Chairman of Bali Tourism Promotion Board, Mr. Anak Gede Yuniartha Putra, Head of Bali Tourism Office, and Edwin Chiang, General Manager of Singapore Airlines, Indonesia.

    Singapore Airlines on Monday celebrated its inaugural Boeing 787-10 aircraft flight in Denpasar, Bali. Flight SQ942 departs Singapore Changi Airport at 0915 (Singapore time) and arrives at Ngurah Rai International Airport, Bali at 1155 (WITA).

    While the return flight SQ943 departs from Ngurah Rai International Airport, Bali at 1500 (WITA) and arrives at Singapore Changi Airport at 1740 (Singapore time).

    The celebration of the inaugural flight was witnessed by Mr. Anil Kumar Nayar, Ambassador of Singapore for Indonesia, Mr. Anak Gede Yuniartha Son Son, Head of Bali Tourism Office, and Mr. W K Lim, Singapore Airlines Regional Vice President of South East Asia.

    The event was also attended by officials from the Ministry of Transport and the Ministry of Tourism of Indonesia, as well as partners and guests of the honorable invitation of the local travel industry.
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    AP I Increase Landing & Parking Rates, INACA: No Loss, Why Increased?

    JAKARTA – Tariffs for landing, placement and airplane storage services (PJP4U) services at all airports of PT Angkasa Pura I (Persero) are expected to keep in mind the condition of the airline industry.

    The head of the Indonesian National Air Carriers Association (INACA) Bayu Sutanto said that airport operators should be sensitive to aviation industry conditions that are disrupted due to rising US dollar and avtur prices.

    “They should [AP I] understand the condition of the airline as a source of revenue,” Bayu said today, Monday (2/7/2018).
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    Angkasa Pura I Urges Increase in Landing Tariff and Aircraft Parking

    JAKARTA – PT Angkasa Pura I (Persero) has proposed the tariff increase of landing service, placement and storage of aircraft (PJP4U) of all airports under its management to the Directorate General of Civil Aviation of the Ministry of Transportation.

    Israwadi, Corporate Secretary of AP I, said that the tariff increase of PJP4U service is a consequence of the investment cost that has been issued by the company to develop the airport.

    “We have proposed the raising of PJP4U such as landing charge and placement, because so far the apron in several airports has been expanded,” said Israwadi, Monday (2/7/2018).

    It hopes the regulator, namely Ditjen Hubud can immediately provide a decision related to the submission. The upgrade is expected to be implemented in August or September this year.
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    The end of Echo Beach? Surfers paddling out to protest jetty construction at famous Canggu break

    PSOI Save the Wave letterSurfers will be paddling out this evening at Pererenan Beach to protest the alleged development of a jetty that would cut through Echo Beach, one of Canggu’s most famous and beloved breaks.

    A call has been put out by surfers in Bali, mainly via social media outlets like the Canggu Community Facebook group, to take a stand in what would be a staggering loss for surfers on the Indonesian island.

    It’s rumored that the jetty would effectively destroy the break as we know it.

    Surfers will gather at 5pm at Pererenan Beach to “Save the Wave”.

    A memo circulated by the Persatuan Selancar Ombak Indonesia (PSOI) Bali Province is prompting all board-riders in Bali to get involved and show solidarity for the cause.

     

    Are you a surfer who is paddling out or a community member with additional knowledge of this project? Contact us at bali@coconuts.co to get in touch.

    Sources: https://coconuts.co/bali/news/end-echo-beach-surfers-paddling-protest-jetty-construction-famous-canggu-break/
    Re-posted by Pande

    Gunung Agung Today: Gunung Agung Erupsi, Ngurah Rai Airport Operation Still Operates As Usual

    ( Video: The seconds of the Mount Agung Explode, July 02, 2018 – 21.07 wita )

    MANGUPURA – The eruption eruption this time strombolian eruption accompanied by boom and flare lava incandescent, Monday (2/7/2018) night at 21:04 WITA, operational International Airport I Gusti Ngurah Rai Bali is still running normally.

    “Airport operations are still running normally today, the spread of volcanic ash is still heading west not to the South Southwest,” said Communication & Legal Section Head I Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport, Arie Ahsanurrohim when confirmed Tribune.

    It will continue to monitor the spread of volcanic ash both from BMKG with Himawari satellite images, VAAC Darwin plotting and Aerodrome Observation in the form of Paper test conducted.

    Angkasa Pura I will always update the matter to air users. (*)

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    Sources: http://bali.tribunnews.com/2018/07/03/gunung-agung-erupsi-operasional-bandara -love-rai-still-operate-as-usual
    Translated by Aryaputra PandeBIC

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