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40% Of Flights Canceled After Bali Governor Announced The New Entry Requirement

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Officials from the Bali Ngurah Rai Airport have confirmed that 40% of flights to Bali have been canceled after the new entry requirement was announced by the Bali Governor.

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The Stakeholder Relation Manager of Angkasa Pura I, Ltd for Ngurah Rai Airport, Taufan Yudhistira confirmed that 40% of the total air travel services from several different cities such as Jakarta, Surabaya and Lombok (30/6) have been canceled by the airline companies. “Around 40% from a total of 70 flights for Wednesday (30/6) were canceled today (29/6).” Taufan said on Tuesday (29/6).

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As The Bali Sun previously reported Bali Governor, I Wayan Koster has revised the entry requirements for domestic visitors by revoking the breathalyzer test during the extended partial lockdown in Bali. The policy that was initiated by the central government is implemented to prevent Covid-19 transmissions from surging before Bali finally reopens its border to the international visitors.

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Prior to the new policy, the Bali Airport had been receiving around 8 thousand visitors each day, but it is expected to decline in the near future. Taufan predicted a 30 to 40 % reduction of domestic visitors during the implementation of the new policy. “We don’t really know why those airline companies decided to cancel their planned flights tomorrow, but it’s the same day as the new implementation begins. And Bali is expected to lose around 6,000 visitors each day.” Taufan concluded.

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Wayan Bo

Wednesday 30th of June 2021

No blowing no flying. - In FRAnkfurt is accepted burble Covid test, perhaps a good and valuable suggestion for DPS airport and maybe others.

Neil Gill

Wednesday 30th of June 2021

Under this, situation we really should not be excepting anyone from Java or anywhere else until they can control themselves and health system, why do we need carriers entering Bali


Sunday 4th of July 2021

@Neil Gill, Seriously dude!! Bali is not an independent nation. Look no further many dumb expats flout health protocols in Bali. And several of them may be still be anti-vaxxers.

An infectious disease experts has said that unvaccinated individuals do not merely risk their own health but are potential sources of coronavirus variants.

Hope you are vaccinated...sighs