Management of Angkasa Pura, strengthening airport security

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JAKARTA, The management of Angkasa Pura airports was responsive and immediately stepped up security efforts at all airports after the Makassar bombing that occurred on Sunday morning. “Since the airport is a vital object of the state, it is necessary to anticipate the potential threat of the continuation of the incident,” said Angkasa Pura Airports General Manager Faik Fahmi.

As is known, there was an explosion of a suicide bomber in front of a place of worship in Makassar at around 10:20 a.m. WITA. Efforts are also being made to improve security at all managed airports, in particular by increasing the precision of the control of vehicles entering the airport area by making improvements. random check in the parking ticket collection area and involve the assistance of TNI and Polri agents. Carry out joint patrols for security checks on the perimeter of the airport.

Also increase the accuracy of airport officers in checking persons or officers and vehicles entering the airside area (airside). Strengthening security at the freight terminal and authorized agent through intensive coordination with the service operators concerned. Improve the security and surveillance of the aircraft refueling depot. Perform consistent checks in the area screening checkpoints (SCP) and ensure that persons entering restricted areas must present an airport ID card.


Airport management also increased patrols at SCP 1 and 2, inspecting all airport sewers. Make security awareness briefing to all airport partners.

Angkasa Pura Airports also coordinate intensively with airport authorities regarding policies to increase airport security and coordinate with security forces to identify potential threats. These efforts to increase safety also pay attention to health protocols.

“To potential passengers and users of airport services who are at the airport or going to the airport, we apologize if these efforts to increase safety disrupt comfort. This is done in the interest of our safety and security, ”said Faik Fahmi.

As one of the state-owned airport managers in Indonesia, Angkasa Pura I operates 15 airports, namely Bali I Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport, Surabaya Juanda Airport, Sultan Hasanuddin Airport Makassar, Balikpapan Sultan Aji Muhammad Sulaiman Sepinggan Airport, Frans Kaisiepo Biak Airport, Manado Sam Ratulangi Airport, Banjarmasin Syamsudin Noor Airport, Semarang Ahmad Yani Airport, Yogyakarta Adisutjipto Airport, Yogyakarta International Airport in Kulon Progo, Surarmo Adai Airport, Surarmo Adai Airport, Lombok Praya International Airport, Ambon Pattimura Airport, El Tari Kupangani Airport and Jayapura Airport.

At the same time, efforts to strengthen security were also carried out on the airport line managed by PT Angkasa Pura II, namely: airport, Soekarno-Hatta (Tangerang) Halim Perdanakusuma (Jakarta) Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II (Palembang) Kualanamu (Deli Serdang) Sultan Syarif Kasim II (Pekanbaru) Silangit (North Tapanuli) Raja Haji Fisabilillah (Tanjung Pinang) Supadio (Pontianak) Banyuwangi Airport (Banyuwangi) Radin Inten II (Lampung) Husein Sastranegara (Bandungitalpin) Taji Amirjo (Bandungitalpin) Amirjo) Riwut (Palangkaraya)) Kertajati (Majalengka) Fatmawati Soekarno (Bengkulu) Sultan Iskandar Muda (Aceh) Minangkabau (Padang)
Besides airport management, PT Angkasa Pura has five subsidiaries, namely PT Angkasa Pura Logistik, PT Angkasa Pura Properti, PT Angkasa Pura Suport, PT Angkasa Pura Hotel and PT Angkasa Pura Retail. *

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