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Car Abandoned At Bali Airport For Over A Year

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A car has been abandoned for over one year at the parking area of Bali Ngurah Rai Airport, resulting in a large amount of parking fees.

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The Stakeholder Relations Manager of Ngurah Rai Airport, Taufan Yudhistira, confirmed that a Honda HR-V had been abandoned by its owner at the Multi-Level Car Parking of domestic arrivals for over one year.

“It’s been there for more than a year now, and the total parking fee has reached over USD $3,500 (IDR 50 million),” Taufan said Monday (14/2).

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He explained that he has been trying to find its owner as the car has been there since November 29, 2020.

“I urge the person who owns this vehicle to take it from our parking area as it reduces the parking capacity of Bali Airport, especially during the peak holiday season,” Taufan added.

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However, he admitted that the airport is familiar with this situation as dozens of vehicles have already been abandoned at the airport parking.

A similar incident happened in June 2021, when dozens of motorbikes were parked for months on the second floor of the airport’s parking building. We have no idea why they just left those vehicles like that,” Taufan concluded.

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Marcel

Thursday 17th of February 2022

How difficult is it for a state-owned business to retrieve ownership info on a car that's been abandoned at a parking area? Reads like a typical Indonesian sinetron story with much drama about basically nothing, ha ha!

JjBarkz

Thursday 17th of February 2022

Is this newsworthy, really

Col

Wednesday 16th of February 2022

Can’t they trace the owner through the ‘nomor polisi’?

Neil gill

Wednesday 16th of February 2022

Would anyone in their right mind think that under the Covid crisis the owner may not be able to get back to Bali because airport close downs and may not be able to get out of their country. In many cases

Kolohe

Wednesday 16th of February 2022

“A similar incident happened in June 2021, when dozens of motorbikes were parked for months on the second floor of the airport’s parking building. We have no idea why they just left those vehicles like that,” Taufan concluded.

Doesn't take a genius to figure out this pandemic and Bali's lockdown might be the reason. Not the sharpest knife in the drawer.