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AP II, BRI to Implement Non-cash Transaction in Airports
The officer is finishing the process of making electronic money in Bank BRI, Jakarta, Sept. 18, 2017. Tempo/Tony Hartawan
Friday, 12 January, 2018 | 07:06 WIB
AP II, BRI to Implement Non-cash Transaction in Airports

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - State airport operator PT Angkasa Pura II (AP II) joins hands with Bank Rakyat Indonesia (BRI) to implement non-cash transaction and electronic payment services in airports.

The agreement was signed by a director and corporate of medium-term loan at the state-owned bank BRI, Kuswiyoto, and Angkasa Pura II’s director of commercial and business development Daan Achmad in Jakarta, Thursday, January 11.

"This isn’t the continuation of the previous collaboration in airport development; [it is done] to ease the passengers’ transaction and to make it more accurate and transparent," said Daan.

Through this cooperation, BRI will serve non-cash transaction at all booths in the airports operated by AP II.

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"This (collaboration) is to support Bank Indonesia’s program in implementing the non-cash transaction. BRI is trusted to support Angkasa Pura II in providing banking service through electronic payment in the airports managed by Angkasa Pura II,"  Kuswiyoto said.

In the cooperation, BRI will facilitate the transaction and supervise all of the transaction at the AP II's booths.

Kuswiyoto hopes the join work could support the business development and strengthen financial structure of AP II. BRI also hopes to be able to increase corporate funding such as working capital loan and investment, as well as other banking facilities to the AP II.


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