Ngurah Rai Airport 100 Percent Ready Welcoming IMF-WB Delegation

By : Herry Barus And Aldi Firhand. A | Tuesday, September 25 2018 - 23:24 IWST

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INDUSTRY.co.id - Badung - I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport in Badung, Bali, is 100 percent ready to welcome around 18 thousand delegates including heads of state, who attend the International Monetary Fund and World Bank (IMF-WB) Annual Meeting in Bali in October 2018.

"Five packages for the development of Ngurah Rai Airport for the IMF-WB meeting are ready to be used per day (Monday)," said Head of PT Angkasa Pura I I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport Yanus Suprayogi in Badung, Bali, Monday (09/24/2018)

According to him, the 285-hectare airport update process has been completed in its entirety.

Before being used, AP I will ask the Ministry of Transportation's Directorate General of Civil Aviation to verify this Monday.

AP I will also carry out traditional ceremonies to respect local customs.

There are five development packages carried out by AP I to cover Ngurah Rai Airport at a cost of Rp.2.2 trillion.

"All budgets come from AP I internal cash," said Yanus.

The five development packages are first, the construction and design of the construction of the western apron and the maturation of the west coast coastline.

On the west side of the Ngurah Rai Airport, six new aprons were built to facilitate the need for guest aircraft parking for IMF-WB meetings.

One aircraft apron can be used to park 13 aircraft per day.
 

The view from the west-side apron of the newly completed I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport was built to welcome the IMF-WB annual meeting in October 2018.

The second package, the construction and design of the construction of the east apron and the transfer of waste treatment.

On the east side, four new aprons were built for the needs of the aircraft parking for guests of the IMF-WB meeting. So in total, 10 new aprons were built at Ngurah Rai Airport specifically to welcome delegates to the IMF-WB meeting.

The third is the construction and design of the VVIP building, TNI Operations Command Headquarters and replacement of aircraft maintenance facilities.

The Balinese cultural luxury building is divided into two buildings, namely buildings for guests of ministerial level officials and central bank governors.

The national committee estimates that there are 189 finance ministers and central bank governors attending the IMF-WB Annual Meeting on 8-14 October 2018.

Then, another VVIP building specifically for heads of state equipped with high-level security standards such as installation of bulletproof glass and CCTV cameras.

Fourth, construction of check-in checkpoints for passengers at domestic and international arrival terminals.

Especially for international terminals, the "check in" counter will be added 36 units to 126 units, said Yanus.

Fifth, the construction of a multi-storey car park building which will add 546 parking spaces. (Ant)

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