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After the SIKM has been deleted, what documents are the conditions for flying at Soetta Airport?

22 Jul 2020

TANGERANG, - Travel people in a period of new or new normal habits have a condition that is considered quite complicated for some people. One example is an Exit and Entry Permit (SIKM) implemented by the Provincial Government of DKI Jakarta to reduce the entry and exit of people into the DKI Jakarta area. As a result, flights at airports that have been put in place by SIKM such as Soekarno-Hatta Airport and Halim Perdanakusuma are empty of passengers.

At present SIKM has been deleted by the Provincial Government of DKI Jakarta. Soekarno-Hatt Airport's Senior Manager of Communication and Legal Febri Toga Simatupang said that the DKI Jakarta Government verbally did not apply the SIKM as of July 14.

"They verbally excused themselves, on July 14 there was no official SIKM requirement at Soekarno-Hatta Airport," said Febri.

Flight requirements are now after the abolition of the SIKM requirements, passengers can now fly with only one additional travel document.

"Add one more, namely the non-reactive rapid test letter," he said.

Febri said if during a normal flight, passengers are required to bring two travel documents, namely tickets and identification.

Whereas during the Covid-19 pandemic, in accordance with the Circular Letter of Task Force for the Acceleration of Covid-19 Number 9 Year 2020, passengers were required to conduct a Covid-19 test, either by swab test or rapid test.

For a Health Alert Card (HAC) or health alert card is not a travel requirement but a document that is filled in for data after a trip.

"So passengers can fill in when traveling or when they arrive at their destination," he said.

There is no CLM requirement yet, Febri said that the DKI Jakarta Provincial Government has not yet provided information regarding the new entry and exit requirements for Jakarta, the Corona Likelihood Metric (CLM).

But in principle, said Febri, Soekarno-Hatta Airport supports every prevention activity for Covid-19 transmission.

"In principle, we support and are ready to work together with agencies for handling Covid-19," said Febri.

He also said he was ready to return to support if CLM needed facilities at Soekarno-Hatta Airport.

As for previously, the DKI Jakarta Provincial Government removed the SIKM for motorists or residents who wanted to get out of the Capital region in the midst of the corona virus pandemic alias Covid-19 per Tuesday (07/14/2020).

DKI Jakarta Transportation Agency Head Syafrin Liputo said, instead, residents were required to fill out a Corona Likelihood Metric (CLM) form that could be accessed remotely.