Jakarta, CNN Indonesia –
President Director of PT Garuda Indonesia (Persero) Tbk Irfaniaputra responded to the plan for reinstatement PSBB DKI Jakarta. He considered that the implementation of the PSBB had not yet influenced policies in the sector flight.
Irfan also claimed to have coordinated with the Ministry of Transportation and local governments.
“We have coordinated with the Ministry of Transportation and friends in all regions, it seems that up to five minutes before we talk, the confirmation has not changed. In the past, there was SIKM, now there is E-HAC, it continues to test, there is no change,” he said via Instagram Live Smile Customers with Garuda Indonesia, Friday (11/9).
However, he could not confirm whether there would be a change in policy going forward. If you adhere to the plan of the DKI Jakarta Provincial Government, the second PSBB volume will be held on September 14.
“If asked as of now there has been no change and I have discussed with several authorities they said there was no change either, but who knows (who knows),” he added.
On the other hand, Irfan ensured that passengers flying outside Jakarta could still re-enter the capital during the PSBB period. Therefore, he appealed to prospective passengers not to worry. He also stressed that the airlines will still follow strict health protocols.
“There are those who are worried what if I leave Jakarta, then when I return home I cannot enter Jakarta. It should be possible and I apologize to remember that Soekarno Hatta Airport in Tangerang is not in Jakarta,” he said.
Previously, PT Angkasa Pura II (Persero) also said that the operations of the two airports still refer to regulations such as the first PSBB.
Namely, according to the Circular of the Task Force for the Acceleration of Handling Covid-19 Number 9 of 2020, Regulation of the Minister of Transportation No. PM 41/2020, Circular of the Minister of Transportation Number SE 13/2020
Prospective passengers for domestic routes are required to show their identity, flight ticket, rapid test / PCR test result letter that is valid for 14 days upon departure, and fill out a health alert card (HAC) online or in paper form.
Meanwhile, passengers arriving from abroad are required to show a PCR Test result letter from the country of departure. If not, a PCR test will be carried out upon arrival and the person concerned will be quarantined while waiting for the test results to come out.
(ulf / one)