JAS has operated a premiere lounge that provides food and beverages, as well as a waiting room with Wi-Fi connection, flight information and a smoking area. The facility is located on the second floor of the domestic arrivals terminal and has a capacity for 70 people.
JAS General Director Sigit Muhartono said the company would support the BIJB’s vision of becoming the gateway to West Java. He expressed hope that the airport’s passenger traffic would increase following improvements in its services and routes.
“After Premier Lounge, JAS will also increase its investment through ground handling services and build international cargo warehousing facilities,” Sigit added.
So far, five airlines serves 11 routes to and from Kertajati: Garuda, Citilink, Wings, Lion and Trans Nusa.