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BPS noted a positive growth in the occupancy rate of Indonesian flights following the relaxation of the PSBB.
AirAsia Indonesia announced that it will operate a number of domestic routes and gradually increase its flight frequency.
Airport operator company Angkasa Pura II will apply four strategies to recover the national flight industry.
Angkasa Pura II announced that it is trying to solve issues in airport terminals amidst the transitional PSBB and new normal.
Garuda Indonesia president director Irfan Sebuahutra announces that his company will open direct flight routes from major countries to Indonesia.
AirAsia Indonesia has officially announced it will resume its scheduled flights in the archipelago today, June 19.
Ministry of Health revealed the reason why the Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) tests are costly.
Garuda Indonesia Airlines is mulling over to raise flight tickets if the new normal state is expected to be implemented for quite a long period.
AirAsia Indonesia (IDX: CMPP) is considering to stop flying for the next three months.
The airline traffic in airports managed by state-airport operator PT Angkasa Pura I had reportedly increased on Monday, June 1.
Air carriers under the management of Lion Air Group have temporarily stopped flight operations for five days from May 27 up to May 31.
The number of passengers during this period of Eid Al-Fitr is only 2.5 percent of the normal average.
Thailand on Saturday, May 16, extended a ban on international passenger flights until the end of June.
AP II decided to limit the flight frequency following crowds of passengers in Terminal 2 of Soekarno-Hatta Airport on Thursday, May 14.
The Soekarno-Hatta International Airport management clarified the viral photo of a packed queue that took place at the airport today.
The government has decided to allow transportation operators to resume commercial flights starting on Thursday, May 7, 2020
AirAsia is set to reopen the Indonesia-Malaysia routes on May 18, 2020, after they were temporarily suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Lion Air Group, Lion Air, Batik Air, and Wings Air, planned to reopen its domestic flights starting May 3, 2020.
The Transportation Ministry confirmed that the temporary suspension of all flights was only applied to areas enforcing the PSBB or COVID-19 red zones.
The government imposed the mudik ban as an attempt to break the chain of coronavirus (COVID-19) transmissions.