An official of the Bali Ngurah Rai Airport has confirmed that the airport facility started to receive more visitors since the government revised travel policies.
The Public Relations Officer of Bali Ngurah Rai Airport, Taufan Yudhistira, confirmed that the airport has begun to see positive effects from the latest revision of travel requirements.
“We have an increase in the amount of domestic and international travelers in the last few days,” Taufan said on Sunday (13/3).
As The Bali Sun previously reported, the government dropped the quarantine, resumed the VoA program, and removed the Covid test requirement for fully vaccinated domestic travelers. This is part of their effort to revive Bali tourism.
As per the data from the airport official, 200 international travelers arrived on Monday (7/3), the first day of the zero quarantine policy implementation. The airport recorded an increase, as 535 international visitors arrived on Friday (11/3) and 438 on Saturday (12/3).
The airport also recorded an increase in domestic visitors, from 7,962 visitors on Monday (7/3) to 9,013 visitors on Saturday (12/3).
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