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tagar.id - PT Angkasa Pura II (Persero) VP of Corporate Communications Yado Yarismano said he was committed to implementing new protocols for implementing physical distancing in all airports managed by the company including Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, in accordance with an appeal from the Ministry of Transportation (Kemenhub).
The new procedure, he said, was the result of an evaluation of all Soekarno-Hatta stakeholders such as airport operators, airlines, the Port Health Office, the Covid-19 Handling Acceleration Task Force, and others on the event of passenger density at Terminal 2 of Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, Thursday, May 14 2020
"Stakeholders conduct evaluations and establish new procedures that are implemented starting May 15, 2020," Yado Yarismano was quoted as saying by Tagar in a press release angkasapura2.co.id, Wednesday, May 20, 2020.
The new procedure for implementing physical distancing has been updated, namely by breaking the concentration into the four checkpoints. The first point for checking documents, the second point for checking documents and physical health related, the third point for validation of all documents, and the fourth point for checking in
Since the new procedure was put in place, he said, he was able to keep physical distancing maintained. Article, the process of departure of domestic routes runs smoothly, in an orderly manner, and prioritizes physical distancing.
"We also do not stop appealing that prospective passengers are always disciplined so that physical distancing is maintained," he said.
In addition, according to him, AP II is preparing a document inspection scheme through digitalization. In the future, prospective passengers only need to upload the required documents as listed in Circular Letter No. 4 of 2020 concerning Criteria for Limiting Travel for Persons in the Context of Handling Corona Virus Disease (COVID-19) into the Indonesia Airports application.
Prospective passengers will then get a QR Code to be checked at the airport. "Inspection of digital documents is also a step in anticipating New Normal in the midst of the global Covid-19 pandemic," he said.
Based on his notes, up to now more than 100 potential passengers have been refused flights leaving from Soekarno-Hatta because they do not meet the exclusion criteria and requirements in SE Number 4 of 2020. Hundreds of people have also been refused departure because they arrived at the airport without tickets and did not bring documents as required.
As for Soekarno-Hatta, the passengers on the plane who travel mostly are those who carry out work duties and the passengers who travel for health services.
He added that stakeholders are also committed to limiting flights to five flights per hour in Terminal 2 and ticket sales up to a maximum of 50 percent of aircraft seat capacity, in accordance with Minister of Transportation Regulation No. 18 of 2020 concerning Transportation Control in the Context of Preventing the Distribution of Covid-19.