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    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. Vaice President Kalimantan Sulawesi Papua Region Garuda Indonesia I Wayan Supatrayasa said Go Express City to Door program is very good for online business. "We see a shift in the way people spend, now prefer to shop online, so we present this program and promo during GATF," said I Wayan Supatrayasa. Another offer from Garuda Indonesia is a grand prize of economy class tickets to Amsterdam, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Wakatobi, free complementary hotel vouchers and dining vouchers. In addition, there are also 3 times miles special bonus of Ambon-Baubau route purchase, 1000 welcome miles bonus for Garuda Miles enrollment and 30% discount on Garuda Miles Redemption. --------- Sources: http://makassar.tribunnews.com/2018/03/11/kargo-garuda-indonesia-diskon-50-persen-selama-gatf-2018 Translated by Aryaputra Pande- BIC

    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. The system is also equipped with RU7-a Saab's most advanced multilateration station. The sophistication is increasing with the modern processing system to create a complete picture of situational awareness for the controller. Mike Gerry, head of business unit for Air Traffic Management within the Saab business area of ​​Industrial Products and Services, said Saab is proud to work with partners in Indonesia in order to improve security through sophisticated air traffic management tools such as Saab A-SMGCS. Saab Air Traffic Management (ATM), said Gerry includes airport operations, surveillance sensors, Air Traffic Control (ATC), automation, collaborative decision making, and digital towers. Saab's solution is then trusted by air, airport and airline navigation service providers in over 100 locations and 45 countries. As a leading global partner and provider of proven ATM solutions and services, Saab has transformed its innovative operations and ideas into reality and supports stakeholders regarding long-term conception solutions. (MD) --------- Sources: http://www.airmagz.com/22451/sistem-operasional-landasan-saab-di-bandara-internasional-juanda.html Translated by Aryaputra Pande- BIC

    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. According to Arman, business actors utilizing airlines such as Garuda Indonesia, Lion Air, and Sriwijaya Air are being aggressively adding flight routes. On the other side of the airplane service whose sole purpose of escorting this person makes the plane's luggage unfilled. This makes the airline offer delivery services at affordable prices. "For example, flights from Jayapura and Sorong must be empty [baggage]," he added. Meanwhile, President Director of PT Angkasa Pura I (Persero) Faik Fahmi said the company's revenue of Rp4.2 trillion or 59% comes from the aeronautical business. The remaining Rp2.9 trillion or 41% comes from non-aeronautical businesses. During 2017, AP I recorded an increase of 3.5 percent of its 764,531 aircraft traffic in 2016 to 791,496 in 2017. Meanwhile, passenger traffic grew 6 percent from 84.7 million people in 2016 to 89.7 million people by 2017. Meanwhile, cargo business performance grew 11.4% from 362 million kg in 2016, to 403 million kg by 2017. (IMN / industri.bisnis) --------- Sources: http://www.airmagz.com/20501/bisnis-kargo-udara-diprediksi-naik-tahun-2018.html Translated by Aryaputra Pande- BIC

    Polemic of North Bali Airport: This Reason North Bali Airport Has Not Been Amdal

    President Director of PT Bali International Airport (BIBU) Panji Sakti Made Mangku (left) talked with Chairman Iwan Erwanto on the sidelines of exposure of BIBU development plan, in Jakarta, Thursday (22/2/2018). - JIBI / Nurul Hidayat

    DENPASAR- PT Bali International Airport North Bumi Panji Sakti stated until now has not made an Amdal study related to the location of the airport. That is because it is not required in Permenhub No.20 / 2014 on Procedure of Determination of Airport Location. Potential investors who propose to build the airport on the sea in Kubutambahan, Buleleng regency is assessing the new AMDAL done if the block has been decided by the Ministry of Transportation. "Surely we are guided by PM No.20 / 2014 and all the requirements have been fully deposited," said President Director of PT Bali Internasional International Airport (BIBU) Bumi Panji Sakti Made Mangku, Thursday (8/3/2018). He considered the Amdal requirements requested by the new ministry would be met if there were already established locations. That is because there are three location points submitted to Kemenhub by BIBU. Mangku said it is impossible if all the locations must be met Amdalnya, because the cost is very large. In addition, there is no guarantee when the Amdal made the ministry to ensure its location. Logically prestige then Amdal if it was decided location first. He also regretted the emergence of Amdal requests for reclamation, because from the beginning it offered a pile concept for development over the sea. It expects Kemenhub to read in detail the concept offered BIBU before asking for clarity to investors. "Why when we met did not touch the matter, but when asked about the permit Amdal then we will give logic explanation of where this should be a blocker what Amdal first," he said. Made Mangku said it would be patient to wait for clarity of the minister's block. However, he said the condition is feared will affect the investment climate that President Jokowi wants to accelerate. According to him, investors who plan to be involved in building airports in northern Bali will still be patient. However, the patience is limiting, so hopefully this year the airport blockers in north Bali can be completed and not stalled. --------- Sources: http://industri.bisnis.com/read/20180308/98/747723/ini-alasan-bandara-bali-utara-belum-ada-amdal Translated by Aryaputra Pande- BIC

    Polemic of North Bali Airport: North Bali Airport Needs to be Addressed at President’s Level

    President Director of PT Bali International Airport (BIBU) Panji Sakti Made Mangku (from left), Chairman Iwan Erwanto and Project Strategic Advisor Freddy Numberi gave an explanation on the exposure of BIBU development plan in Jakarta on Thursday (22/2/2018). - JIBI / Nurul Hidayat

    JAKARTA - Aviation observers assess the discussion of the construction project of North Bali International Airport should be completed through a limited meeting with the President. Arista Indonesia Aviation Center (AIAC) CEO Arista Atmadjati admitted that he did not expect the construction of one of the airports that became the government's priority had not yet been implemented. "This can be discussed at a limited level of meetings at the Presidential Palace or the level of Coordinating Minister for Home Affairs," Arista said, Thursday (8/3/2018). He added that coordination with a number of relevant ministries should be done so that development can be done. Bali Provincial Government, PT Bali North International Airport, Ministry of Transportation and Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries must be able to eliminate sectoral ego. Arista said that North Bali Airport is included in the national master plan of the airport based on Minister of Transportation Decree no. 69/2013 on the National Airport Order. Construction of this airport, he added, aims to accommodate the growth of passengers at Ngurah Rai Airport is getting higher. North Bali Airport is planned to be able to accommodate 32 million passengers with a terminal area reaching 230,000 m2. Meanwhile, runway length reaches 4,100 m. The construction to be carried out offshore requires a reclamation license. It is regulated in Presidential Regulation no. 122/2012 on Reclamation in Coastal Areas and Small Islands. Usually, if the airport construction is done on land, it does not require such permission or sufficient to meet the requirements in Regulation of the Minister of Transportation. 20/2014 on Procedure and Determination of Airport Location. --------- Sources: http://industri.bisnis.com/read/20180308/98/747656/bandara-bali-utara-perlu-dibahas-di-tingkat-ratas-presiden Translated by Aryaputra Pande- BIC

    ALFI Appreciation of Integrated Supervision of Service System at Port

    Customs officers perform their duties at Soekarno-Hatta Airport. - Special

    JAKARTA - The Directorate General of Customs and Excise of the Ministry of Finance conducts integrated monitoring to ensure there is no disruption to online-based system of customs-excise information system and automation (CEISA) services connected to INSW. Director of Customs Technical Affairs of the Directorate General of Customs and Excise Ministry of Finance, Fadjar Donny said his office invites all parties to supervise if there is information on field constraints on licensing, especially for export and permit surveyor report (LS) to be immediately informed. He added that to facilitate and accelerate coordination as early as possible in following up in case of interference / obstacle of the online system through coordination with Indonesian National Single Window (INSW) portal manager and also with Inatrade Ministry of Trade portal manager. "We at Customs also continue to monitor and monitor the export and import activities until now, there are no obstacles in the CEISA system and also in the INSW system as well as the identification of complaints from business actors," he told Bisnis.com on Thursday / 3/2018). Fadjar said it responded to the occurrence of disturbance of the Inaugrade Kemendag system on 28 February 2018. Based on the communication of Directorate General of Customs and Excise with INSW portal manager, he said, on February 28, 2018 has been done server maintenance on Inatrade system, and there is data back up process, which lasted about 3 hours. Then, around 14.00 WIB on the same day the process is complete and the system is running normally again. "Under normal conditions per date has been sent about 352 licensing surveyor report (LS) from Inatrade to INSW and forwarded to CEISA," he explained. He said as for the condition of the system up to today there is no communication problem between Inatrade system with INSW system. "Until Wednesday March 7, 2018 alone, there is a streaming of about 600 licensing through INSW," said Fadjar. General Secretary of Jakarta Allied Logistics and Forwarders Association (ALFI) Adil Karim appreciated the integrated monitoring pattern of the Directorate General of Customs and Excise on the integrated CIESA system of INSW. Should, he said, system monitoring activities also need to be implemented other agencies responsible in the management of online portals for the management of licensing import export trade. Currently, there are at least three import licensing portals online and ship service at ports integrated with INSW namely CIESA Customs and Excise, Inatrade Kemendag, and Kemenhub Inaportnet. "If the monitoring is attached at any time if there is a disturbance (hank) the system can be repaired immediately and there must be backups so as not to harm the business," he said. (K1) --------- Sources: http://industri.bisnis.com/read/20180308/98/747562/alfi-apresiasi-pengawasan-terpadu-sistem-pelayanan-di-pelabuhan Translated by Aryaputra Pande- BIC

    Ngurah Rai Airport Wins ASQ Award

    DENPASAR - Airport I Gusti Ngurah Rai Bali was awarded three categories of survey results of Airport Service Quality or ASQ Award. The three predicates are the best airports in Asia Pacific and 15-25 million passengers per year, the best airport category with 15-25 million passengers per year and second best airport in Asia Pacific with passengers above 2 million year. ASQ is the only global benchmarking program that measures airport passenger satisfaction levels by the Airport Council International (ACI), a leading international airport organization based in Montreal, Canada. General Manager of I Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport Yanus Suprayogi expressed his gratitude for the achievement that was returned by Airport I Gusti Ngurah Rai. "We are proud and grateful. It's a birthday present that we can dedicate to Angkasa Pura I, "he explained quoted from a press release on Wednesday (7/3/2018). According to him, the challenge that will be experienced Airport I Gusti Ngurah Rai would be more difficult because the number of passengers continues to increase and demand and passenger characteristics are also more diverse. However, with a good synergy between the entire airport community, the upbeat side can face it better. "For that I would like to thank all partners and business partners for their active participation and support in providing the best service for service user of Airport I Gusti Ngurah Rai," he added. Ngurah Rai achievement has increased the achievement compared to the previous year which won the best airport in Asia Pacific in the category of airport with the number of passengers 15-25 million people per year. In 2016 and 2015 Bali Airport grabs the Third Rank of World Best Airports 2016 and 2015 at the airport category with 15-25 million passengers per year. Director General of ACI World Angela Gittens said objective measuring and benchmarking are central to boosting the company's performance in all sectors, especially in competitive and dynamic sectors such as airport industry. According to him, Ngurah Rai has dedicated itself to providing quality customer service and creating an excellent customer experience. "ACI is proud to recognize the achievements of all airports within the global ACI network and win the award," he said. Since 2006, the ASQ survey has assessed passenger satisfaction with the services of world airports. 74 percent of the world's 100 busiest airports are part of the ASQ network. Each year, the program interviews 600,000 airport service users in 42 languages ​​in 84 countries worldwide. In 2017, the program conducted a survey in 343 world airports. This program measures opinions through 34 performance indicators, including airport access, check-in, security screening, shopping and restaurant facilities, and toilets. Survey questions and mechanisms are conducted equally at all airports to create an industry database that allows each airport to compare themselves to other airports in the world. Scientific methodology, rigorous quality control procedures, and a commitment to impartiality in any ASQ survey assessments make it a global standard for measuring passenger satisfaction at airports. --------- Sources: http://industri.bisnis.com/read/20180307/98/747207/bandara-ngurah-rai-raih-penghargaan-asq-award Translated by Aryaputra Pande- BIC

    Director General of Civil Aviation Ensure Dangerous Goods Supervision Conducts Rules

    Aviation security personnel shall exercise supervision over Permitted Dangerous Goods in the aircraft cabin in accordance with international and national aviation security regulations. All dangerous items that are not allowed to enter the aircraft cabin should be rejected from the start of the passenger and baggage checks at the airport. For that reason aviation security personnel must understand the relevant rules in dangerous good in the cabin and must implement it in the field with a careful and firm but sympathetic attitude. On the other hand, passengers and the public using airport services must also comply with the rules implemented by the avsec personnel. For that airport managers must provide true and clear information to the passengers and the community so there is no miscommunication in the field. "The security and safety of the flights are interconnected because security on land greatly affects flight safety. Therefore, the security of flight must also be tightened from both passenger and cargo side from the airport. Avsec must understand the rules and apply them in the field well, decisively and carefully but also must remain sympathetic, "said Director General of Air Transportation Ministry of Transport Agus Santoso. As an aviation regulator, Agus said he would not hesitate to revoke the avsec license and airport management permit if it did not implement the flight security regulations. On the other hand, it will also reward the avsec officers who are successful in carrying out tasks related to aviation security. The rules concerning aviation security and dangerous international good include Annex 17 doc 8973 and Annex 18 of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and the 58th Edition of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR) of the International Civil Aviation Association (IATA). The rules are derived in the Regulation of the Minister of Transportation no. PM 80 of 2017 on the National Civil Aviation Security Program (PKPN). "The contents in the regulation are related to the lighter and the self-contained charger (powerbank) carried in the plane. There are matches and powerbanks that can be taken and some are not. So all regulations must be understood by the officers and the public, "continued Agus. Agus pointed out, according to Appendix II C PM 80 of 2017, one small match or one of the gas lighters attached to each person (eg in a clothes pocket) that does not contain unabsorbed liquid fuel, is allowed to carry passengers in the cabin. However, the sticks and gas matches are not allowed if placed in the baggage of the cabin or checked baggage. The ones that are not at all allowed to be transported in the cabin are fuel and gas refillable gas lighters. Regarding the rule, the use of matches or fire (for example smoking) at the airport apron and in the aircraft is also not allowed at all. Meanwhile, powerbank related rules issued by IATA. The international airline association stated that powerbank that has a capacity under 100Wh can be carried in cabin baggage. While the powerbank capacity of 100Wh- 160Wh must be through the approval of the airline concerned. And powerbank with a capacity of more than 160Wh is completely prohibited in flight. Capacity 100Wh if converted in mAh (usually written in powerbank packaging) is 27.000mAh. So powerbank that can be brought bwbas into the cabin is a capacity below 27.000mAh with voltage 3.6V - 3.85V. (IMN) --------- Sources: http://www.airmagz.com/21964/ditjen-hubud-pastikan-pengawasan-dangerous-goods-dilakukan-sesuai-aturan.html Translated by Aryaputra Pande- BIC

    Polemic North Bali Airport: Still Rearranged, North Bali Airport Can not Continue

    Based on a study from the World Bank and PT Sarana Multi Infrastruktur (Persero) (SMI), the construction of the Airport (Airport) of North Bali can not be implemented. However, the government is recommended to utilize Ngurah Rai International Airport Bali. Minister of Transportation Budi Karya Sumadi said, for the time being the construction of the airport of North Bali can not continue. Because, it is doing a study on this matter. "In general there is a study that we will do to the Bali Airport, about what is ideal," said Budi at Jakarta International Container Terminal, Jakarta, Sunday (4/3/2018). For information, previously Coordinating Minister for maritime affairs Luhut Binsar Panjaitan has reported it to President Joko Widodo. In addition to the recommendations for building new foundations and adding aircraft parking lots were also reported. Then to reduce the vehicles that will go to Denpasar, Bali, the government was asked to build roro boat from Banyuwangi Port to North Bali. Thus, it will reduce 30-40 percent of vehicles entering. This diminishes the desire of the Balinese people to have two international airports. Whereas the Governor and Vice Governor of Bali has been fighting for the construction of this airport for four years. Previously, the length of time the government issued a location determination permit (panlok) made investors uncertain. PT Bali International Airport (BIBU) has prepared an investment of Rp27 trillion for this development. The plan this airport will be built in the area of ​​Buleleng, North Bali offshore. It will build 1,060 hectares with a runway of 4,100 meters. --------- Sources: http://www.airmagz.com/22100/masih-dikaji-ulang-bandara-bali-utara-belum-bisa-dilanjutkan.html Translated by Aryaputra Pande- BIC

    Polemic of North Bali Airport: Minister of Transportation and Coordinating Minister for the Economy Not Synergistic

    Member of Commission V of DPR RI Gerindra M faction Nizar Zahro asked the Ministry of Transport to review the existing strategic plan (renstra) related to the construction of North Bali Airport. North Bali Airport development plan, Nizar said, already stated in Bali Province Regional Regulation No. 16 of 2009, on the Spatial Plan of Bali Province 2009-2029. Then also listed in the Regional Regulation of Buleleng Regency No. 9 of 2013, on Buleleng Regional Spatial Plan of 2013-2033, which in both Perda is listed strategic plan of new airport development in Buleleng regency Bali. "If Kemenhub conveys the strategic policy should read the previous manuscript, so that people are not confused," said Nizar through a written message on Tuesday (6/3/2018). He stated that in the Regulation of the Minister of Transportation Number: PM 69 of 2013 on the National Airport Order, the plan for the construction of the North Bali airport is already listed in it. "If the North Bali Airport development plan does not happen, there should be a change in the Minister of Transportation Regulation, in order to make the decision binding and not just crowded in the media," he said. He stated that when the Minister of Transportation and the Coordinating Minister of Maritime issued a different statement about the development plan of North Bali airport, both failed to understand the national infrastructure project plan listed in the plan Bapenas (Badan Perencanaan Nasional) 2015, in it also listed the plan to build a new airport in North Bali . North Bali Airport development plan still menyisahkan pros cons. Not only the location of development, whether the airport was built in the sea by reclamation or on land. Nevertheless there is also a disparity in attitude within the government itself. In this case the Coordinating Minister for the Ministry of Marine Affairs, Luhut Binsar Panjaitan, said that the construction of the North Bali airport was canceled. Medium Minister of Transportation Budi Karya Sumadi, precisely said otherwise, that the development is not necessarily canceled, because still conducted studies. (IMN / Liputan6.com) --------- Sources: http://www.airmagz.com/22168/menhub-dan-menko-maritim-tak-sinergis-soal-bandara-bali-utara.html Translated by Aryaputra Pande- BIC

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