Coordinating travel plans to Bali during G20 summit: Ministry of Transport

Considering that several state guests and representatives of the G20 will be on regular flights (arrangements are in place).

JAKARTA (ANTARA) – The Ministry of Transport has called on people to adjust their travel plans to Bali during the G20 summit due to restrictions on scheduled flights to and from Bali on November 13-17, 2022 .

Adita Irawati, a spokesperson for the ministry, said here on Wednesday, “We urge the public to re-arrange (their) travel (plans) and to anticipate changes in flight schedules to and from Bali.

Irawati said the ministry had issued Civil Aviation Directorate Circular No. 12 of 2022 on air operations management at Bali I Gusti Ngurah Rai airport during the G20 summit.

The summit will take place November 15-16, 2022.

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The circular said the airport will be open 24 hours a day and that commercial flights will be prohibited from staying at night or in nighttime (RON) service from 12-18 November 2022. I’m here.

Meanwhile, restrictions on scheduled flights will be implemented from 13 to 17 November 2022.

Based on ministry data, most of the summit participants are estimated to arrive in Bali on November 13th and return to their respective countries on November 16th.

Therefore, as a precautionary measure, the Ministry of Transport has undertaken intensive coordination with relevant ministries and all aviation stakeholders.

“We have appealed to both airports and airlines to proactively provide customers with clear information about the circular’s provisions, such as flight schedule changes, delays, cancellations, compensation and refund processes,” it said. Irawati said. .

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Priority will be given to operations at I Gusti Ngurah Rai airport to handle VVIP flights while ensuring smooth operation of the limited number of scheduled flights, according to the outcome of a coordination meeting with the ministry and stakeholders.

“(This arrangement) was implemented considering that some state guests and representatives of the G20 will use regular flights.Furthermore, flights to Bali can only be via Soekarno-Hatta Airport (Banten province). It has been decided,” said a spokesperson.

Furthermore, under Indonesia’s G20 Presidency in 2022, we hope that the community will jointly support the success of the G20 Summit.

“Of course, as a host, I need to ensure that flight arrangements, including arrivals and departures, are carried out safely, orderly and smoothly while minimizing disruption to flight services during the (G20) series of activities. There is. Added.

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