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Throughout 2018, the number of Passengers PT AP II (Persero) Increased 9.5 Percent

02 Jan 2019

JAKARTA, - Throughout 2018, PT Angkasa Pura II (Persero) was recorded to have served up to 115 million passengers. This number increases to 9.5 percent compared to 2017.

AP II Managing Director Muhammad Awaluddin said the number of passengers served in all managed airports in 2017 was only 105 million. "This year there is a growth of 9.5 percent," Awaluddin said in a press release on Tuesday (1/1).

During 2018, said Awaluddin, AP II has managed several new airports in Indonesia such as Kertajati International Airport, West Java, Tjilik Riwut Palangkaraya Airport, and Banyuwangi Airport in East Java. Total has managed 16 airports throughout Indonesia.

In an effort to vision the company to become The Best Smart Connected Airport Operator in the Region, Awaluddin AP II continues to be committed to providing the best for the community, both in terms of hard infrastructure and soft infrastructure through the digital platform to provide an impressive airport digital journey experience for passengers.

Increased airport infrastructure is also being carried out, such as for the Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, East-Cross Taxiway Development which is planned to be operated in the first quarter of 2019.

Revitalization of Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 which will increase passenger capacity to 22 million passengers per year. The projected construction of Terminal 4 can increase the passenger capacity of Soekarno-Hatta International Airport to 115 million passengers per year.

AP II will also conduct a strategic partnership for the development of Kualamanu Airport which will later become the western hub of Indonesia, the construction of business hubs at Pekanbaru's Sultan Syarif Kasim II Airport, as well as terminal and airside expansion in other branch airports managed by AP II.


(Andika Primasiwi / CN26 / SM Network)