JAS Airport Services presents an integrated health check service for passengers

JAS Airport Services (JAS) now provides integrated Travel Health Check services, which includes Antigen Swab or PCR test, document check, assistance during check-in and immigration, sanitation kits and baggage wrap / disinfectant, also collaborating with transportation agencies as well as several hotels for quarantine. Pandemic and changing travel regulations, have… Read More

JAS Expects to Meet the Challenges of Vaccine Cold-Chain Distribution

The Indonesian government has secured a supply of COVID-19 vaccines for shipments starting from December. The vaccine will first go to 3.4 million people in the priority group, which includes medical workers and law enforcement officers. The government has targeted to vaccinate 135 million people in 2021, each will receive… Read More

Qantas to require COVID-19 vaccination for international travelers

Australia’s Qantas will insist in future that international travelers have a COVID-19 vaccination before they fly, describing the move as “a necessity”. “We are looking at changing our terms and conditions to say, for international travelers, that we will ask people to have a vaccination before they can get on… Read More

Soekarno-Hatta International Airport receives ACI’s airport health accreditation

Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Tangerang, Banten, reportedly has been accredited by the Airports Council International’s (ACI) Airport Health Accreditation program for being able to comply with the health and safety protocols. According to the ACI’s official website, the accreditation program evaluates health and safety protocols at airports, including cleaning and… Read More

JAS To Handle Umrah Reopening Trial Stages

On Sunday (1/11/2020), JAS Airport Services (JAS) handled the Umrah trial which is expected to resume normal in early 2021. This trial was carried out due to implementation of procedures and additional steps to minimize the spread of COVID-19 during the Umrah pilgrimage. In this Umrah trial, JAS provided check-in… Read More

VVIP Flight : Welcoming PM Suga to Indonesia

On Wednesday (21/10), Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga wrapped up his visit to Indonesia. Upon arrival (20/10) at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, Tangerang, Banten Province, the VVIP Flight was handled by JAS Airport Services. JAS Airport Services were so glad to have been given the opportunity to contribute to the success… Read More

ACI and IATA urge airline industry-wide support to underpin recovery

Airports Council International (ACI) World and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) reinforced the urgent call for governments to use testing as a means to safely re-open borders and re-establish global connectivity and to prevent the systemic collapse of the aviation industry with non-debt generating financial support. The dual measures… Read More

Bali tops Agoda’s list of most-searched destinations

Bali has topped the list of most-searched post-pandemic destinations by Indonesian travelers, according to travel platform Agoda. Data showed that the island ranked first for the travel period of June to December. Bali took the first place for family trips, followed by Yogyakarta and Bandung in West Java in second… Read More

Indonesia, Suriname share free visas

The government of Suriname has officially issued free visas for Indonesian citizens to visit the country located in the north-eastern coast of South America, according to a statement from the Indonesian Embassy in Paramaribo. Starting September 1, 2020, a free visa policy is officially valid and granted to Indonesian citizens… Read More

IATA reduces air traffic outlook as crisis drags on

Global airlines reduced their 2020 traffic forecast on Tuesday, after a small summer rebound evaporated amid renewed coronavirus outbreaks and travel restrictions. Full-year passenger traffic is set to decline 66 percent, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) said, compared with a previously forecast 63 percent decline. “The improvement that we… Read More