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PT Angkasa Pura II Wins the Highest Award for Mudik Information Management 2019

20 Jul 2019, JAKARTA - PT Angkasa Pura II (Persero) won appreciation for the success of managing information so that the flow of homecoming in all airports in the company went smoothly and comfortably.

Appreciation for Management of Information for the 2019 Homecoming Flow was given to AP II by three institutions, namely the Office of the Presidential Staff (KSP), the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology (Menkominfo), and the Public Information Commission (KIP).

Charter of appreciation from the three institutions was symbolically handed over on Friday (9/19/2019) by the Chief of KSP Moeldoko to the President Director of AP II Muhammad Awaluddin at Bina Graha, the State Secretariat.

Quoted from PT Angkasa Pura II's press release, Saturday (07/20/2019), AP II President Director Muhammad Awaluddin said that information that was managed well during the flow of homecoming was very beneficial for stakeholders such as airlines, regulators and the public.

"The success of managing information throughout the 2019 homecoming is because AP II has implemented digitalization in all aspects of airport operations. The flow of information must be managed creatively, innovatively and responsively, and that is manifested in digitalization. "

"The term, digitalization helps AP II become the more credible, the more capable, and the more connectable, including in managing and delivering information to all stakeholders," said Muhammad Awaluddin.

The digital infrastructure that is fully operational is related to the delivery of information flows from the operational side of the airport is the Airport Operation Control Center (AOCC) at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport.

The AOCC at Soekarno-Hatta is a collaborative forum for all stakeholders so that the existing information can be managed properly as a basis for making decisions that can facilitate operations at the airport.

"Through the AOCC maximum results can be obtained because the process can be done quickly, quick response and is also a form of an early warning system so that undesirable things can be avoided optimally. "The AOCC also ensures that the procedure operationg standards on each party can be carried out perfectly," added Muhammad Awaluddin.

During Lebaran 2019 transportation, Angkasa Pura II serves 4.2 million passengers in homecoming and backflow, in 16 airports managed by the company. The movement of the aircraft reaches 36,000 movements.

Author: Nancy Junita