Here is a list of airlines that have moved Soetta Airport terminals from December 7

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – PT Angkasa Pura II (Persero) or AP II anticipates the trend of increasing international passenger numbers towards the end of this year by balancing capacity Terminal Where capacity rebalancing at Soekarno-Hatta Airport (Soetta), Tangerang.

PA II Director of Operations Muhamad Wasid explained rebalancing The terminal of Soekarno-Hatta airport is realized in order to maintain the operational and service aspects, as well as to meet future demands.

Previously, Muhammad revealed capacity rebalancing terminal phase I in Airport Soekarno-Hatta was carried out from September 1, 2022. Thus, Lion Air Umrah flights up to 8 flights/day went from Terminal 3 to Terminal 2F.

“For capacity rebalancing Terminal Phase II will begin on December 7, 2022 where international flights sea ​​lion Groups namely Lion Air, Batik Air, Malindo Air and Thai Lion are moving from Terminal 3 to Terminal 2F,” Muhamad said through an official statement on Sunday, December 4, 2022.

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With about to begin capacity rebalancing Phase II terminal, so by the end of December 2022 there will be up to 40 international flights (take-off and landing) per day with approximately 6,000 passengers from Terminal 3 to Terminal 2F.

Muhammad explained, through capacity rebalancing Terminal Phase II, approximately 30% of international flights will move from Terminal 3 to Terminal 2F. The rebalancing of terminal capacity is being carried out in stages to accommodate international flights at Soekarno-Hatta airport.

Meanwhile, AP II Commercial and Services Manager, Mr. Rizal Pahlevi said Terminal 2 at Soekarno-Hatta Airport is fully ready to serve international flights in line with the ongoing revitalization.

“The revitalization has increased the special passenger capacity at Terminal 2F from 3 million passengers/year previously to 6 million passengers/year. All service and commercial facilities have been prepared at Terminal 2F to support international flights” , did he declare.

Rizal believes that amid the resumption of flights, the AP II ensures that operational, service, safety and security aspects are a top priority for all aircraft passengers and airport visitors.


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