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Bali Airport Gives Landing Fee Discounts For International Airlines

Officials from the Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport have decided to give discounts on landing fees for international airlines.

As one of the efforts to revive Bali’s economy, The Director of Angkasa Pura I Ltd, Faik Fahmi decided to grant a stimulus program on its landing fee to attract more national and international airlines to land at its international terminal now that the border has officially reopened on October 14th, 2021 for visitors from a total of 19 different countries.

“After recently reactivating our international terminal in accordance with the central government’s travel bubble program, Angkasa Pura I will give support by providing a stimulus program on our landing fees for both national and international airlines that use our international route from October 14th, 2021 to June 30th, 2022,” Fahmi said on Thursday (14/10).

Fahmi hopes that this program will reduce the airline’s expenses while operating their international flights to Bali.

During the first period of this program which goes from October 14th to December 31st, 2021, Angkasa Pura I has given a 100% landing fee discount, and for the second period that goes from January 1st to June 30th, 2022, he granted a 50% discount for international arrivals.

However, Fahmi explained that this program is only targeted to several specific air services such as regular passenger carrier flights and international airforce companies, while other air travel services such as cargo flight, chartered flight, and general aviation were not covered in this program. “Apart from receiving this benefit, eligible airline services will also be promoted by a special team through our social media,” Fahmi concluded.

Source: thebalisun.com/


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