According to a report from Tempo, the Directorate-General of air transportation at the Transportation Ministry has announced thgere will be several regulations regarding flight operations at Bali’s I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport, during the G20 Presidency of Indonesia from November 12 to 18.
“This is aimed at ensuring the implementation of flight arrangements from arrival to departure runs safely and orderly,” said the ministry’s acting director general of air transport Nur Isnin Istiartono in a written statement on Saturday, November 5.
The regulation states that commercial flights are banned from parking or Remain Over Night (RON) for 24 hours at the Bali Airport. Regular flights are also imposed to a limited operation at I Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport starting from November 13 to 17, report Tempo.
Nur Isnin explained that this limitation aims at providing space for the handling of VVIP flights of the G20 Summit participants. “In accordance with the regulation, but still ensuring the need for regular flights with a certain or limited number of movements,” he remarked.