Latest news about PT Angkasa Pura II (Persero)
Jakarta - 2020 is a period full of challenges for the global aviation industry due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
In facing this challenge, PT Angkasa Pura II (Persero) implements a Business Survival strategy with three main programs: cost leadership, adjustments to capital expenditures (capex disbursement), and tightening cash flow management.
AP II also has programs related to aspects of health protocol assurance, namely Biosecurity and Biosafety Management to realize healthy flights.
Through these various programs, AP II has successfully undergone 2020 while maintaining the operation of 19 airports so as to ensure air connectivity in Indonesia to accommodate various flights including repatriation for returning Indonesian citizens.
PT Angkasa Pura II President Director Muhammad Awaluddin said that throughout 2020 in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, all of the company's airports served 412,186 aircraft movements (take off and landing) with a total passenger movement of 35.54 million people.
"At the beginning of the year when the COVID-19 pandemic occurred, we established a new Corporate Budget Work Plan [RKAP] with a target of 34.6 million passengers by 2020. And, thanks to the efforts and hard work of all employees, this target was exceeded. the movement of passengers reached 35.54 million people. "
"The challenges are quite tough and have an impact on the national and even international aviation market. However, we are grateful that in the midst of this challenge, all AP II airports can optimally maintain Indonesia's air connectivity and support community activities. Not to forget, all airports also apply health protocols to prevent COVID-19 and increase confidence in air transportation, "said Muhammad Awaluddin.
Throughout 2020, the busiest AP II airport was Soekarno-Hatta Airport with 212,755 flight movements and 20.54 million passenger movements.
Travel in the Pandemic in 2020
Muhammad Awaluddin said that in January - February 2020 the number of passengers at the company's 19 airports was still relatively high, namely around 7-8 million people per month.
Entering March when COVID-19 was declared a pandemic, the number of passengers was recorded at around 5 million people.
In April the number of passengers was around 800,000, then in May around 118,000.
Aviation traffic began to rebound in June with about 600,000 passengers, then continued to July about 1.58 million people, then August around 2.15 million people and September around 1.83 million people.
In October the number of passengers again increased to around 2.18 million people, then in November about 2.91 million people and December around 3.45 million people.
Especially for cargo, over the past year it was able to record a volume of up to 693.61 million kilograms.
Muhammad Awaluddin said the cargo transportation business was relatively stable when compared to the airplane passenger transport market.
Business Recovery 2021
In 2021, the company targets the number of aircraft movements at 19 airports to increase by 32% to around 543,000 flights compared to 2020 and passenger movements to increase 27% to 45 million people.
As an effort to achieve this target, the company launched a Business Recovery 2021 strategy to accelerate business recovery to pre-pandemic conditions.
Muhammad Awaluddin said that the Business Recovery strategy was established by looking at the latest developments where vaccines were available.
"In this Business Recovery strategy there are a number of programs, one of which is the Corporate Renewal Program so that PT Angkasa Pura II can always adapt to keep up with the momentum of economic recovery."
Furthermore, Muhammad Awaluddin explained that in the Corporate Renewal Program there were 3 main focuses, namely Lean Operations to ensure operations remained lean so that they could adapt to all conditions (operational excellence), then Digital Leading so that the technological leadership aspects remained dominant in supporting operations and services ( digital experience), and Leapfrogging the Corporation so that the company can make various breakthroughs by always looking for various business opportunities (business exploration).
Through the Business Recovery strategy, PT Angkasa Pura II airports can reopen routes that were closed in 2020, increase flight frequency within one route, and optimize flight time slots.