DENPASAR – The existing airport in the vicinity of Bali will be utilized to be the location of small and commercial aircraft parking during IMF-WB Annual Meetings 2018.
General Manager of I Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport Yanus Suprayogi said some of the eastern airports are under the management of Angkasa Pura I. Only Banyuwangi Airport managed by Angkasa Pura II.
As for some airports that will be utilized for small plane parking are:
Small planes going to Bali will stop at Terminal Gate in a short time, then directed to the nearest airport for aircraft parking.
“The IMF pegelaran certainly can not all the aircraft here, for example there are 100 planes of course can not,” he said, Saturday (24/2/2018).
He admitted that there are currently 70 flight time slots that want to enter Ngurah Rai Airport, but it can not serve the demand because of the lack of parking apron.
In fact, the runway to the terminal owned by Airport I Gusti Ngurah Rai sufficient to connect the request slot.
Currently, Ngurah Rai Airport can only serve 25 flight time slots due to apron limitations. The expansion of the apron by adding up to 10 parking booths and runways to 3,400 meters is currently expected to receive up to 70 flight time slots.
“In essence we are ready to implement IMF gawe,” said Yanus.