Danang Mandala Prihantoro from the airline's Strategic Corporate Communications said, “Lion Air Group will follow through on the latest changes in 13 airports located in Medan, Batam, Jakarta, Banyuwangi, Jogjakarta, Labuan Bajo, and others.”
Danang expressed his hope that Indonesians will take to the skies again as a result of cheaper air travel.
“The hope is that there is an improvement in the trends and growth of airline passengers or that there is an uptick.”
4. Sriwijaya Air
CEO of Sriwijaya Air Jefferson Jauwena expressed his company’s support towards the stimulus program and that it has adjusted its ticket prices on its website.
“Sriwijaya Air Group fully supports the policy and is ready to synergize itself with the government to restore enthusiasm among the public to start traveling by air transportation again.”
Similar to Citilink and Lion Air Group, Sriwijaya Air Group will adjust the tariffs in the 13 listed airports listed by the government.
The public is encouraged to contact the nearest Sriwijaya Air Group’s Marketing Office to find out more about reduced airfares.
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