Flights re-opened with new restrictions

09 Jun 2020 / Indonesia

The Indonesian Government has reopened flights with new normal procedures in the COVID-19 pandemic era. Passengers from abroad must provide PCR test results before boarding.

Indonesian citizens who arrive from abroad and have negative PCR results for COVID-19 could be given permission to continue traveling to the area of origin. Passengers without these documents will be asked to do additional tests upon arrival. While waiting for the results, they will be quarantined by the government.

The cost of the hotel and the PCR test will be covered by the passengers themselves, not the government.

Domestic and international flights are still available only at Cengkareng International Airport, whist Batam airport is only for domestic flight & cargo.

Crew changes are possible at Nipah, Galang and Tanjung Balai Karimun only.

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