Foreign Airlines Expected to Enter Bali January 2022, What Are the Considerations?

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – Foreign airlines are expected to reactivate routes to Bali via regular flights starting early next year. President Director of PT Angkasa Pura I Faik Fahmi said airlines need time to process permits. Moreover, the Indonesian government’s policy of opening international gates for foreign tourists through Bali was only carried out on October 14, 2021.

Faik estimates that the earliest foreign airlines can start their flights to Ngurah Rai Airport, Bali, is in December at the end of this year. Airlines Foreigners who will enter Indonesia via Bali will first start by opening charter or charter flights.

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“There are several airlines, but they cannot be submitted because they are not final. There are quite a number of them. But for regular, probably January [2022] new airline [asing] who enter,” he said, Sunday, November 21, 2021.

According to Faik, there are a number of other considerations for foreign airlines to open flights back to Indonesia. One of them is the quarantine policy.

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Currently, airline passengers from abroad must undergo quarantine for three days after landing in the country. The quarantine policy is suspected to have reduced the interest of foreign tourists to enter Indonesia. Because in other countries, quarantine policies have begun to be abolished.

“Tourists compare with other destinations. Others don’t need quarantine, we need quarantine. This is the airline’s consideration,” he said.

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