December 18, 2020, 08.46 PM

JAKARTA, – For travelers in search of a rapid antigen Covid-19 testing location in Indonesia, you can make your way to the nearest airport.

Indonesia’s main airport operator, Angkasa Pura I, offers PCR tests and rapid antigen tests at the airports it manages.

The company has also increased the number of testing facilities at all of its airports in Indonesia ahead of the holiday rush.

“I hope that these services will be convenient and assist air passengers in ensuring a healthy and safe flight,” said Angkasa Pura I CEO Faik Fahmi.

Read also: Indonesia’s Main Airport to Increase Covid-19 Testing Facilities before Holiday Rush

There are two airports in Indonesia under the company’s wing that offers PCR tests, namely Bali’s I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport and the Sultan Hasanuddin Airport in Makassar.

For the latter, the PCR test will cost you Rp 900,000 ($64) and the test results will be available within 48 hours.

Read also: Get Covid-19 Tests in 48 Hours Before Departure, Bali Visitors Told

Here are the test locations in Indonesia as well as the prices:

  1. I Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport, Bali - Rp 170,000 ($1.20) Results available within one hour. The testing service at Bali’s main airport operates from 7am–10pm.
  2. Jenderal Ahman Yani Airport, Semarang - Rp 170,000 ($1.20) Results available within one hour.
  3. Yogyakarta International Airport, Yogyakarta - Rp 170,000 ($1.20) Results available within one hour.
  4. Sultan Hasanuddin Airport, Makassar - Rp 170,000 ($1.20) Results available within one hour.
  5. Juanda Airport, Surabaya - Rp 170,000 ($1.20) Results available within one hour.
  6. Adi Soemarmo Airport, Solo - Rp 170,000 ($1.20) Results available within one hour.
  7. Syamsudin Noor Airport, Banjarmasin - Rp 170,000 ($1.20) Results available within one hour.

The seven airports in Indonesia listed above have begun offering rapid antigen Covid-19 tests as of Friday, Dec.ember18.

Angkasa Pura I additionally has been providing rapid antibody test services since July 2020 for a price of Rp 85,000 ($6.02) at eight of its airports.

(Writer: Akhdi Martin Pratama | Editor: Ambaranie Nadia Kemala Movanita)


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