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Bali Airport Inspected For Readiness To Resume International Flights

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The Deputy Assistant of Tourism Development from Maritime and Investment Ministry, Kosmas Harefa, has inspected Immigration Checkpoints (TPI) at Ngurah Rai International Airport on Tuesday (8/12).

The purpose of the inspection was to confirm readiness as the government is looking to soon resume international tourism in Bali.

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During an interview with The Head of (TPI)’s Communication and Information, Putu Suhendra explained that Ngurah Rai International Airport is ready to receive international flights.

All health and safety protocols are set in place. Airport staff is required to wear adequate protection gear, such as face masks, hand sanitizers are readily available at all check points and floor markings are spaced to maintain safe distance between travelers.

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Suhendra added that the airport is allowing access to the following: Indonesian citizens, diplomatic visas, business visas, Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) card holders and cargo.

Limited Stay Permit Visa (VITAS) holders such as foreign workers, investors, elderly tourists, medical assistance workers, trade and other emergency visits will also be granted entry. 

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After inspecting the Immigration Checkpoints, Kosmas reviewed the Health Checking and Quarantine House in Ngurah Rai International Airport.

The central government requires all prevention protocols be actively in place before resuming operations. Until now, Ngurah Rai International Airport has only been operating the domestic terminal. All international flights have been transiting at Soekarno Hatta International Airport in Jakarta.

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