Posted by on October 2, 2017

Smoke billowing from the crater of Mount Agung is seen from the village of Amed, Karangasem, Bali, Friday (29/9). – ANTARA / Nyoman Budhiana

JAKARTA – PT Angkasa Pura I has had several steps in anticipating the situation when Ngurah Rai International Airport, Bali must be closed due to eruption of Mount Agung.

Corporate Secretary of PT Angkasa Pura I Israwadi revealed that the company has three steps to anticipate when Ngurah Rai International Airport, Bali must be closed.

The first step regulates the flow of passengers inside the terminal by coordinating to Airlines by facilitating Help Desk Airlines.

Then, set the passengers already inside to exit through another lane, preventing passengers from entering the terminal.

Coordinate with airlines so that prospective passengers who are still outside the airport do not come to the airport.

“Coordinate with the police for traffic arrangements in and out of airports and security threats,” said Israwadi, Jakarta, Friday night (29/09/2017).

The second step, it will also provide disaster information to passengers through announcement via public annoucement system, customer service center / counter / help desk.

Mass media (media post), and display television with VAAC map and BMKG.

The third step, it will reduce the impact of inconvenience of prospective passengers by providing free drinks and music entertainment in the terminal.

Then the bus to the bus terminal Ubung, coordinate with the relevant agencies the proposal of providing convenience for passengers such as slot time for the re-tine aircraft.

Then proposed free of charge extended visa-zero fined, easy flight approval process, free of cancelation fee for passenger ticket, and service on the ground (SOG) from airlines.

Translated by Aryputra PandeBIC


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