October 27, 2020, 08.43 PM

Read also: Garuda Indonesia's Debt Balloons to $2.2B on Coronavirus Pandemic Woes

These are Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, Hang Nadim Airport, Kualanamu Airport, I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport, Jogjakarta International Airport, and Halim Perdanakusuma Airport.

Lombok Praya International Airport, General Ahmad Yani Airport, Sam Ratulangi Airport, and Komodo Labuan Bajo Airport are also subject to Garuda Indonesia’s airport tax levy.

2. Citilink

Citilink has lowered its airfares by 10-15 percent since the recent regulation went into effect. Its reduced ticket prices apply to flights in all 13 airports listed by the government.

“In keeping with the government’s program, we are fully committed to supporting the stimulus program and to invite people to choose a mode of travel that is safe and comfortable,” said Citilink’s CEO Juliandra.

Read also: Public Unconvinced Air Travel is Safe during Coronavirus Pandemic

Juliandra is optimistic the regulation will yield a positive response for many sectors such as tourism and the creative economy.

3. Lion Air Group

Lion Air Group has also voiced their willingness to comply with the regulation by adjusting airfares in all 13 airports.


Comment wisely and responsibly. Comments are entirely the responsibility of the commentator as regulated in the ITE Law
Thank You! We have received your report. We will remove comments that conflict with the Community Guidelines and the ITE Law.

More Headlines

Close Ads