Yogyakarta Airport Serves International Flights From April 29

Arfi Bambani
Yogyakarta International Airport in Kulon Progo
Yogyakarta International Airport in Kulon Progo - PT Angkasa Pura I Yogyakarta International Airport in Kulon Progo Regency, Yogyakarta Special Region, will serve international flight services to Malaysia starting April 29, 2022. Acting General Manager of Yogyakarta International Airport or Yogyakarta International Airport (YIA) Agus Pandu Purnama in Kulon Progo, Saturday, has held coordination meetings with cross-agency for the preparation of international flight services.

"On April 29, international flights from Malaysia have been opened. For that, we are holding a coordination meeting with cross-agency to prepare for international flight services," said Agus Pandu Purnama.

He said the cross-agency coordination meeting involved the local military office, Kulon Progo Police, C.I.Q, ground handling, and airlines, as well as representatives of the Ministry of Health, Regional III Airport Authority Office, Kulon Progo Health Service, Social Service, and BPBD DIY. For your information, C.I.Q is the process of inspecting customs and excise, immigration, and quarantine officers to regulate, monitor, and secure traffic in and out of people, goods, and other living things.

Purnama said the coordination was carried out as a follow-up to the Circular Letter of the COVID-19 Task Force Number 17 of 2022, Circular of the Director-General of Immigration Number IMI-0549.GR.01.01 regarding immigration facilities, as well as Circular Letter of the Ministry of Transportation Number 42 of 2022 concerning Guidelines for the Implementation of Overseas Travel.

There is a simplification of the arrival process. Overseas Travelers (PPLN) are required to download and fill out the PeduliLindung application completely, PPLNs do not need to fill out e-HAC, show vaccine cards/certificates, continue the journey except for 5x24 hour quarantine, and PCR Rapid Test is carried out for those who symptomatic with a temperature above 37.5 degrees. "In general, all agencies involved have expressed their readiness to support international flights through Yogyakarta International Airport," he said.

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