Posted by on January 7, 2021

Residents queue up to carry out a rapid test (rapid test) for COVID-19, in the Domestic Terminal area of I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport, Badung, Bali, Friday (18/12/2020). The manager of Bali Ngurah Rai Airport starting Friday (18/12) provides the Antigen Rapid Test service after previously providing the Antibody Rapid Test service which can be used as one of the conditions for traveling. BETWEEN PHOTOS / Fikri Yusuf – hp. \ r \ n

Aviation observers assess the airline’s recovery to have stalled after the government tightened international flight conditions.

JAKARTA – The Indonesian Government’s move to limit international flights through the SE addendum Task Force No. 4/2020 will be one of the factors delaying the hopes of national airlines to recover faster.

Gerry Soejatman, a consultant from the Indonesian Aviation Network, said that currently the airline is already realistic about hopes for a full recovery from 2023 to 2024.

“Indeed, restrictions on international routes will delay the hope of the airline’s recovery,” he said, Tuesday (5/1/2021).

However, Gerry explained that the airline that had the largest proportion of international passengers for revenue was AirAsia Indonesia. However, currently the airline with the code QZ is also actively expanding its domestic routes.


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