Anything you need to know about travelling during covid-19
Based on the Minister of Transportation Circular Number SE 70/2022 on Guidelines for the Implementation of Domestic Travel by Air Transportation during COVID-19 Pandemic Period, which come into force on July 17, 2022, the requirements for domestic air travel are as follows: https://ap1.co.id/en/covid/travel-dalam-negeri
Domestic Travelers who have received third dose (booster) of vaccination are not required to show negative results from the RT-PCR or rapid antigen test.
To find out a list of health facilities and services (fasyankes) affiliated with the NAR system, you may access https://www.litbang.kemkes.go.id/laboratorium-pemeriksa-covid-19/
Domestic Travelers in special conditions or comorbid diseases that cause travellers to be unable to receive the vaccine must show a negative result of antigen test whose sample was taken within 1x24 hours or RT-PCR test whose sample was taken within 3x24 hours before departure as a condition of travel. The person concerned is also required to attach a doctor's certificate from a government hospital stating that he has not and/or is unable to take part in the COVID-19 vaccination.
Prospective passengers do not need to carry physical documents for flight requirements, if all the flight documents are already available or can be accessed through the PeduliLindungi application. However, in certain conditions (such as, prospective passengers cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons, thus requiring a certificate from a specialist at a particular hospital), prospective passengers need to carry physical documents for the flight requirements.
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In the Minister of Transportation Circular No. SE 36/2022 on Guidelines for the Implementation of Domestic Travel by Air Transportation during COVID-19 Pandemic, it is regulated that prospective passengers under the age of 6 (Six) years allowed to travel by air.
Until April 11, 2022, vaccination centers are available at 9 Angkasa Pura I airports with operational times and locations are as follows:
Vaccination at the airport is provided for prospective passengers/passengers, but not entirely, due to the limited number of vaccine quotas.
If you want to be vaccinated at the airports, the vaccination usually conducted 4 hours before the departure time. For some airports at least one day prior to the scheduled departure.
The vaccinations at all Angkasa Pura I airports are free.
The vaccination process at the airport is estimated to take about 33 minutes per person.
Yes. According to the Minister of Health Circular No. HK.02.01/MENKES/847/2021 on the Digitization of Health Documents for Air Transport Users Integrated with PeduliLindungi application, starting on 23 August 2021, travelers must use the PeduliLindungi application as a means of checking flight documents.
No, as long as prospective passengers carry out a Covid-19 test at laboratories or health service facilities (fasyankes) integrated or affiliated with the Ministry of Health’s New All Record (NAR) system, the Covid-19 test results for prospective passengers will be uploaded to the PeduliLindungi application system by the laboratory or health service facility.
After carrying out the Covid-19 test, prospective passengers must ensure that the health service/laboratory performing the test has uploaded their test results to the PeduliLindungi application. Prospective passengers can confirm it by checking “Digital Passport” menu in the PeduliLindungi application or via the web https://cekmandiri.pedulilindungi.id/.
Besides being used to check flight documents, the PeduliLindungi application also functions to track people who have tested positive for Covid-19. To support this, PT Angkasa Pura I has provided QR Code/Barcode check points at several areas at each airport for scanning by prospective passengers using the PeduliLindungi application for tracing and tracking purposes.
For customer service information and further information regarding the use of the PeduliLindungi application, please call the PeduliLindungi contact number at 119.
Angkasa Pura I has guidelines and has consistently implemented strict health protocols at the airports under the Company’s management.
This New Normal Health Protocol guideline regulates in detail the procedures & requirements needed for prospective passengers wishing to travel domestically and internationally. The guideline also provides information on various efforts to prevent the spread of Covid-19 and the implementation of the Covid-19 Health Protocols carried out by Angkasa Pura I, including the implementation of Social/Physical Distancing, health documents check, and body temperature check not only for passengers but also for business partners and all personnel on duty at the airport.
Angkasa Pura I ensures cleanliness of public facilities, such as Check In counters, Trolly, Self Check In Machine, SCP (Tray & X Ray), Toilets, Boarding Pass Scanner, Hand Rail, Armchair, and so on and cleaning is carried out intensely and periodically using disinfectants to provide a sense of security to passengers while traveling.
Angkasa Pura I requires airport operation officers to use Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) ranging from protective glasses (goggles), masks, gloves and provide hand sanitizer in terminal areas. In addition, for the implementation of Physical Distancing, we have set a minimum queue distance of 1.5 meters in the Check In area, Security Check Point, Immigration, Boarding Lounge, Aviobridge, Baggage Claim area and waiting area for public transportation.
Angkasa Pura I has the New Normal Protocol to all stakeholders at the airport. The New Normal Protocol for stakeholders at the airport are:
New Normal Protocol for Officers/Waiters/ Cashiers/Cooks
New Normal Protocol for Offices or Business Spaces
In addition, cleaning, sanitation, disinfection before and after use are carried out in each category of places and facilities and PPE and equipment for checking health conditions (body temperature scanners) are provided.
New Normal Protocol related to Service Procedures
New Normal Protocol for Service Users/Buyers
New Normal Protocol related to Transaction Method
New Normal Protocol related to the Goods Delivery and Receipt
New Normal Protocol related to Garbage/Waste Management