• Ngurah Rai Airport Apron Development Most Slow End of 2017

    The international terminal of I Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport in Bali

    DENPASAR – Physical construction of the expansion of the parking stand and apron area of ​​Ngurah Rai Airport Bali to the west side of 83 ha will be done no later than the end of 2017.

    GM PT Angkasa Pura I I Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport Yanus Suprayogi stated this week the study study on the development of the sea is estimated to be completed.

    “This week’s study was presented by Udayana University. The Badung Regent [Nyoman Giri Prasta] in principle supported this oral development. But the sky is asked to study the currents of the ocean currents, “he explained on Wednesday (8/11/2017).

    Yanus confirmed once the study has been out, the process of land development over the sea area of ​​83 ha will be directly done. The plan for the initial stage is only about 43 ha built for the purpose can accommodate three units of wide-body aircraft.

    Despite the short implementation time, the reclamation process is targeted for completion in August so that it can be functioned as parking plane of IMF & World Bank Annual Meeting delegation.

    Yanus said physical work will not be slow, because all the work is an assignment from the central government.

    Head of Otban Region IV Class 1 Denpasar Herson expressed his support with the airport development on the west side. He ensures the airport development and operation process runs parallel and will not interfere with flight activity.

    “We strongly support the progress of several airport upgrades from limited apron capacity to be developed towards the coast. Surely this is awaiting the results of the follow-up study that is being awaited, “Herson said.

    Meanwhile, in addition to expanding the aircraft parking area, Ngurah Rai will also add as many as 40 check-in counters at international terminals to anticipate passenger spikes during IMF & World Bank Annual Meeting 2018.

    Yanus said the additional counter hall estimated to cost Rp112 billion will be placed on the second floor prominant in the international terminal.

    “Because the IMF and World Bank Annual Meeting is later to serve as many as 17,000 delegates. All will be concentrated in the international terminal, “he said.

    Yanus added that the addition of the counter was made because the presence of 96 check-in counters at the international terminal is currently considered to be lacking. He emphasized that the deficiency was felt as the activity of chartered aircraft increased.

    Moreover, he continued, unlike the first plane charter came and went not together. At this time, most charter planes arrive and depart simultaneously causing passenger accumulation when going to check in to immigration.

    “Sometimes when the line is jammed, we bring all employees to go down all the employees until all our porter plunged,” he explained.

    He explained the prominent location was chosen because now for the transfer of passengers from international to domestic already facilitated Immigration so much easier. However, it has not been decided whether this check-hall will be destined for chartered aircraft or regional airlines.

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    Sources: http://industri.bisnis.com/read/20171108/98/707231/pengembangan-apron-bandara-ngurah-rai-paling-lambat-akhir-2017
    Translated by Aryaputra PandeBIC

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