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Airlines Updates
Published on 24.05.2022, Garuda Indonesia:

Another delay as Garuda Indonesia restructuring drags on.

Published on 12.05.2022, Garuda Indonesia:

Garuda Indonesia requests third extension of debt restructuring period.

Published on 11.05.2022, Garuda Indonesia:

Indonesia airline Garuda proposes another debt restructuring extension.

Published on 05.05.2022, :

Latest news: Authorities lift all quarantine requirements for international travelers (The Diplomat, 22.03.2022). Fully vaccinated international travelers are allowed to visit Bali without quarantine process(Xinhua, 07.03.2022).

Published on 27.04.2022, Garuda Indonesia:

Garuda Indonesia to lure investors as state top-up approved.

Published on 25.04.2022, Garuda Indonesia:

New capital injection to save Garuda Indonesia.

Published on 22.04.2022, Pelita Air:

Indonesia's Pelita Air to launch in early 2Q22.

Published on 22.03.2022, Garuda:

Indonesia court extends Garuda Indonesia debt restructuring by another two months.

Published on 07.03.2022, Garuda:

Garuda Indonesia resumes weekly Bali-Sydney service

Published on 03.03.2022, Garuda:

Garuda Indonesia negotiating terms of Airbus, Boeing orders.

Published on 18.02.2022, Lion Air:

Lion Air chairman dropped from Garuda Indonesia probe.

Published on 16.02.2022, Garuda:

No Slot Requests for Garuda Sydney Flights.

Published on 12.02.2022, Garuda:

Garuda Indonesia to reopen Sydney-Bali flights.

Published on 11.02.2022, Garuda:

Garuda Indonesia Opens Surabaya-Lombok Route for Mandalika twice a week.

Published on 26.01.2022, Garuda:

Garuda Indonesia makes progress in its $13.8billion debt restructuring process

Published on 19.01.2022, Garuda:

Garuda Restructuring Faces Delays Sparked in Part by Pandemic.

Published on 12.01.2022, Garuda:

Garuda Indonesia, what’s the latest in the saga?

Published on 11.01.2022, Lion Air:

For Lion Air crash relatives, Boeing comeback stirs raw memories

Published on 10.01.2022, Lion Air:

Lion Air submits approval to Indonesian authorities for its Boeing 737 MAX 8's return to service.

Published on 10.01.2022, Garuda:

Garuda Indonesia’s creditors submit claims of $13.8 Billion

Published on 05.01.2022, Garuda Indonesian:

Garuda's creditors vie for cash in $9.8 billion debt revamp

Published on 13.12.2021, Garuda:

Garuda Indonesia restructuring to test confidence in aviation recovery.

Published on 09.12.2021, Garuda:

Garuda Indonesia ruling to decide fate of plans to cut $9.8 billion debt.

Published on 29.11.2021, Garuda, Singapore:

Garuda Indonesia and Singapore Airlines expand commercial partnership.

Published on 23.11.2021, Garuda Indonesia:

Garuda Indonesia to close 97 routes.

Published on 22.11.2021, Air Asia:

AirAsia Indonesia reopens 9 domestic flights with free extra services.

Published on 18.11.2021, Garuda Indonesia:

Garuda Indonesia and Emirates plan to codeshare.

Published on 15.11.2021, Garuda:

Aircraft leasing costs continue to cripple Garuda Indonesia.

Published on 27.10.2021, Garuda:

Government prepares to takeover Garuda Indonesia routes if it declares bankruptcy.

Published on 26.10.2021, Garuda:

Garuda Indonesia must focus on domestic air travel.

Published on 25.10.2021, Garuda Indonesia:

Garuda on the brink of bankruptcy.

Published on 22.10.2021, Garuda Indonesia:

Jakarta court rejects debt restructuring request against Garuda.

Published on 20.10.2021, Garuda Indonesia:

Indonesia prepares backup plan if Garuda debt plan falls apart.

Published on 30.09.2021, Garuda:

Indonesia AirAsia to resume operations with Jakarta-Bali Service.

Published on 21.09.2021, Garuda:

Indonesia's national flag carrier, Garuda Airlines to drastically cut its fleet after suffering huge losses

Published on 15.09.2021, Garuda:

Garuda considering restructuring schemes, other alternative strategies

Published on 09.08.2021
Indonesia: Wings Air Serves Timika-Asmat-Merauke Flights from 10AUG21
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1492330/wings-air-serves-timika-asmat-merauke-flights-from-august-10
Published on 29.06.2021
Banks assent to Garuda Indonesia debt restructuring
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105140-banks-assent-to-garuda-indonesia-debt-restructuring
Published on 24.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to remove Melbourne and Perth services from Jul-2021
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/garuda-indonesia-to-remove-melbourne-and-perth-services-from-jul-2021-1075739
Published on 23.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia weighs court-led debt restructuring, to shrink fleet
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/garuda-indonesia-weighs-court-led-debt-restructuring-shrink-fleet-2021-06-21/
Published on 29.06.2021
Banks assent to Garuda Indonesia debt restructuring
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105140-banks-assent-to-garuda-indonesia-debt-restructuring
Published on 24.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to remove Melbourne and Perth services from Jul-2021
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/garuda-indonesia-to-remove-melbourne-and-perth-services-from-jul-2021-1075739
Published on 23.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia weighs court-led debt restructuring, to shrink fleet
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/garuda-indonesia-weighs-court-led-debt-restructuring-shrink-fleet-2021-06-21/
Published on 29.06.2021
Banks assent to Garuda Indonesia debt restructuring
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105140-banks-assent-to-garuda-indonesia-debt-restructuring
Published on 24.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to remove Melbourne and Perth services from Jul-2021
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/garuda-indonesia-to-remove-melbourne-and-perth-services-from-jul-2021-1075739
Published on 23.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia weighs court-led debt restructuring, to shrink fleet
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/garuda-indonesia-weighs-court-led-debt-restructuring-shrink-fleet-2021-06-21/
Published on 29.06.2021
Banks assent to Garuda Indonesia debt restructuring
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105140-banks-assent-to-garuda-indonesia-debt-restructuring
Published on 24.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to remove Melbourne and Perth services from Jul-2021
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/garuda-indonesia-to-remove-melbourne-and-perth-services-from-jul-2021-1075739
Published on 23.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia weighs court-led debt restructuring, to shrink fleet
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/garuda-indonesia-weighs-court-led-debt-restructuring-shrink-fleet-2021-06-21/
Published on 29.06.2021
Banks assent to Garuda Indonesia debt restructuring
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105140-banks-assent-to-garuda-indonesia-debt-restructuring
Published on 24.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to remove Melbourne and Perth services from Jul-2021
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/garuda-indonesia-to-remove-melbourne-and-perth-services-from-jul-2021-1075739
Published on 23.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia weighs court-led debt restructuring, to shrink fleet
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/garuda-indonesia-weighs-court-led-debt-restructuring-shrink-fleet-2021-06-21/
Published on 29.06.2021
Banks assent to Garuda Indonesia debt restructuring
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105140-banks-assent-to-garuda-indonesia-debt-restructuring
Published on 24.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to remove Melbourne and Perth services from Jul-2021
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/garuda-indonesia-to-remove-melbourne-and-perth-services-from-jul-2021-1075739
Published on 23.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia weighs court-led debt restructuring, to shrink fleet
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/garuda-indonesia-weighs-court-led-debt-restructuring-shrink-fleet-2021-06-21/
Published on 29.06.2021
Banks assent to Garuda Indonesia debt restructuring
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105140-banks-assent-to-garuda-indonesia-debt-restructuring
Published on 24.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to remove Melbourne and Perth services from Jul-2021
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/garuda-indonesia-to-remove-melbourne-and-perth-services-from-jul-2021-1075739
Published on 23.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia weighs court-led debt restructuring, to shrink fleet
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/garuda-indonesia-weighs-court-led-debt-restructuring-shrink-fleet-2021-06-21/
Published on 29.06.2021
Banks assent to Garuda Indonesia debt restructuring
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105140-banks-assent-to-garuda-indonesia-debt-restructuring
Published on 24.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to remove Melbourne and Perth services from Jul-2021
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/garuda-indonesia-to-remove-melbourne-and-perth-services-from-jul-2021-1075739
Published on 23.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia weighs court-led debt restructuring, to shrink fleet
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/garuda-indonesia-weighs-court-led-debt-restructuring-shrink-fleet-2021-06-21/
Published on 29.06.2021
Banks assent to Garuda Indonesia debt restructuring
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105140-banks-assent-to-garuda-indonesia-debt-restructuring
Published on 24.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to remove Melbourne and Perth services from Jul-2021
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/garuda-indonesia-to-remove-melbourne-and-perth-services-from-jul-2021-1075739
Published on 23.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia weighs court-led debt restructuring, to shrink fleet
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/garuda-indonesia-weighs-court-led-debt-restructuring-shrink-fleet-2021-06-21/
Published on 29.06.2021
Banks assent to Garuda Indonesia debt restructuring
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105140-banks-assent-to-garuda-indonesia-debt-restructuring
Published on 24.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to remove Melbourne and Perth services from Jul-2021
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/garuda-indonesia-to-remove-melbourne-and-perth-services-from-jul-2021-1075739
Published on 23.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia weighs court-led debt restructuring, to shrink fleet
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/garuda-indonesia-weighs-court-led-debt-restructuring-shrink-fleet-2021-06-21/
Published on 29.06.2021
Banks assent to Garuda Indonesia debt restructuring
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105140-banks-assent-to-garuda-indonesia-debt-restructuring
Published on 24.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to remove Melbourne and Perth services from Jul-2021
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/garuda-indonesia-to-remove-melbourne-and-perth-services-from-jul-2021-1075739
Published on 23.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia weighs court-led debt restructuring, to shrink fleet
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/garuda-indonesia-weighs-court-led-debt-restructuring-shrink-fleet-2021-06-21/
Published on 29.06.2021
Banks assent to Garuda Indonesia debt restructuring
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105140-banks-assent-to-garuda-indonesia-debt-restructuring
Published on 24.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to remove Melbourne and Perth services from Jul-2021
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/garuda-indonesia-to-remove-melbourne-and-perth-services-from-jul-2021-1075739
Published on 23.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia weighs court-led debt restructuring, to shrink fleet
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/garuda-indonesia-weighs-court-led-debt-restructuring-shrink-fleet-2021-06-21/
Published on 29.06.2021
Banks assent to Garuda Indonesia debt restructuring
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105140-banks-assent-to-garuda-indonesia-debt-restructuring
Published on 24.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to remove Melbourne and Perth services from Jul-2021
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/garuda-indonesia-to-remove-melbourne-and-perth-services-from-jul-2021-1075739
Published on 23.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia weighs court-led debt restructuring, to shrink fleet
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/garuda-indonesia-weighs-court-led-debt-restructuring-shrink-fleet-2021-06-21/
Published on 29.06.2021
Banks assent to Garuda Indonesia debt restructuring
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105140-banks-assent-to-garuda-indonesia-debt-restructuring
Published on 24.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to remove Melbourne and Perth services from Jul-2021
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/garuda-indonesia-to-remove-melbourne-and-perth-services-from-jul-2021-1075739
Published on 23.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia weighs court-led debt restructuring, to shrink fleet
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/garuda-indonesia-weighs-court-led-debt-restructuring-shrink-fleet-2021-06-21/
Published on 09.07.2021
Latest news: Foreigners entering country required to show COVID-19 vaccination cards from 6 July (Xinhua, 04.07.2021). Government to delay opening Bali to international tourists, will require COVID-19 test for domestic travelers because of increase in cases (Reuters, 29.06.2021).
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Published on 29.06.2021
Banks assent to Garuda Indonesia debt restructuring
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105140-banks-assent-to-garuda-indonesia-debt-restructuring
Published on 24.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to remove Melbourne and Perth services from Jul-2021
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/garuda-indonesia-to-remove-melbourne-and-perth-services-from-jul-2021-1075739
Published on 23.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia weighs court-led debt restructuring, to shrink fleet
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/garuda-indonesia-weighs-court-led-debt-restructuring-shrink-fleet-2021-06-21/
Published on 29.06.2021
Banks assent to Garuda Indonesia debt restructuring
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105140-banks-assent-to-garuda-indonesia-debt-restructuring
Published on 24.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to remove Melbourne and Perth services from Jul-2021
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/garuda-indonesia-to-remove-melbourne-and-perth-services-from-jul-2021-1075739
Published on 23.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia weighs court-led debt restructuring, to shrink fleet
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/garuda-indonesia-weighs-court-led-debt-restructuring-shrink-fleet-2021-06-21/
Published on 29.06.2021
Banks assent to Garuda Indonesia debt restructuring
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105140-banks-assent-to-garuda-indonesia-debt-restructuring
Published on 24.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to remove Melbourne and Perth services from Jul-2021
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/garuda-indonesia-to-remove-melbourne-and-perth-services-from-jul-2021-1075739
Published on 23.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia weighs court-led debt restructuring, to shrink fleet
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/garuda-indonesia-weighs-court-led-debt-restructuring-shrink-fleet-2021-06-21/
Published on 29.06.2021
Banks assent to Garuda Indonesia debt restructuring
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105140-banks-assent-to-garuda-indonesia-debt-restructuring
Published on 24.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to remove Melbourne and Perth services from Jul-2021
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/garuda-indonesia-to-remove-melbourne-and-perth-services-from-jul-2021-1075739
Published on 23.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia weighs court-led debt restructuring, to shrink fleet
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/garuda-indonesia-weighs-court-led-debt-restructuring-shrink-fleet-2021-06-21/
Published on 15.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia Yet to Close International Route despite Financial Problems
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1472747/garuda-indonesia-yet-to-close-international-route-despite-financial-problems
Published on 03.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to seek debt payment suspension: government.
Source: https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Transportation/Garuda-Indonesia-to-seek-debt-payment-suspension-government
Published on 07.06.2021
Government makes plan to bring out Garuda from critical situation
Source: https://magz.tempo.co/read/37963/life-line-for-garuda
Published on 29.06.2021
Banks assent to Garuda Indonesia debt restructuring
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105140-banks-assent-to-garuda-indonesia-debt-restructuring
Published on 24.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to remove Melbourne and Perth services from Jul-2021
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/garuda-indonesia-to-remove-melbourne-and-perth-services-from-jul-2021-1075739
Published on 23.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia weighs court-led debt restructuring, to shrink fleet
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/garuda-indonesia-weighs-court-led-debt-restructuring-shrink-fleet-2021-06-21/
Published on 15.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia Yet to Close International Route despite Financial Problems
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1472747/garuda-indonesia-yet-to-close-international-route-despite-financial-problems
Published on 03.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to seek debt payment suspension: government.
Source: https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Transportation/Garuda-Indonesia-to-seek-debt-payment-suspension-government
Published on 07.06.2021
Government makes plan to bring out Garuda from critical situation
Source: https://magz.tempo.co/read/37963/life-line-for-garuda
Published on 29.06.2021
Banks assent to Garuda Indonesia debt restructuring
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105140-banks-assent-to-garuda-indonesia-debt-restructuring
Published on 24.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to remove Melbourne and Perth services from Jul-2021
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/garuda-indonesia-to-remove-melbourne-and-perth-services-from-jul-2021-1075739
Published on 23.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia weighs court-led debt restructuring, to shrink fleet
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/garuda-indonesia-weighs-court-led-debt-restructuring-shrink-fleet-2021-06-21/
Published on 15.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia Yet to Close International Route despite Financial Problems
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1472747/garuda-indonesia-yet-to-close-international-route-despite-financial-problems
Published on 03.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to seek debt payment suspension: government.
Source: https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Transportation/Garuda-Indonesia-to-seek-debt-payment-suspension-government
Published on 07.06.2021
Government makes plan to bring out Garuda from critical situation
Source: https://magz.tempo.co/read/37963/life-line-for-garuda
Published on 29.06.2021
Banks assent to Garuda Indonesia debt restructuring
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105140-banks-assent-to-garuda-indonesia-debt-restructuring
Published on 24.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to remove Melbourne and Perth services from Jul-2021
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/garuda-indonesia-to-remove-melbourne-and-perth-services-from-jul-2021-1075739
Published on 23.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia weighs court-led debt restructuring, to shrink fleet
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/garuda-indonesia-weighs-court-led-debt-restructuring-shrink-fleet-2021-06-21/
Published on 15.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia Yet to Close International Route despite Financial Problems
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1472747/garuda-indonesia-yet-to-close-international-route-despite-financial-problems
Published on 03.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to seek debt payment suspension: government.
Source: https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Transportation/Garuda-Indonesia-to-seek-debt-payment-suspension-government
Published on 07.06.2021
Government makes plan to bring out Garuda from critical situation
Source: https://magz.tempo.co/read/37963/life-line-for-garuda
Published on 29.06.2021
Banks assent to Garuda Indonesia debt restructuring
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105140-banks-assent-to-garuda-indonesia-debt-restructuring
Published on 24.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to remove Melbourne and Perth services from Jul-2021
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/garuda-indonesia-to-remove-melbourne-and-perth-services-from-jul-2021-1075739
Published on 23.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia weighs court-led debt restructuring, to shrink fleet
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/garuda-indonesia-weighs-court-led-debt-restructuring-shrink-fleet-2021-06-21/
Published on 15.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia Yet to Close International Route despite Financial Problems
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1472747/garuda-indonesia-yet-to-close-international-route-despite-financial-problems
Published on 03.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to seek debt payment suspension: government.
Source: https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Transportation/Garuda-Indonesia-to-seek-debt-payment-suspension-government
Published on 07.06.2021
Government makes plan to bring out Garuda from critical situation
Source: https://magz.tempo.co/read/37963/life-line-for-garuda
Published on 29.06.2021
Banks assent to Garuda Indonesia debt restructuring
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105140-banks-assent-to-garuda-indonesia-debt-restructuring
Published on 24.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to remove Melbourne and Perth services from Jul-2021
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/garuda-indonesia-to-remove-melbourne-and-perth-services-from-jul-2021-1075739
Published on 23.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia weighs court-led debt restructuring, to shrink fleet
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/garuda-indonesia-weighs-court-led-debt-restructuring-shrink-fleet-2021-06-21/
Published on 15.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia Yet to Close International Route despite Financial Problems
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1472747/garuda-indonesia-yet-to-close-international-route-despite-financial-problems
Published on 03.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to seek debt payment suspension: government.
Source: https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Transportation/Garuda-Indonesia-to-seek-debt-payment-suspension-government
Published on 07.06.2021
Government makes plan to bring out Garuda from critical situation
Source: https://magz.tempo.co/read/37963/life-line-for-garuda
Published on 29.06.2021
Banks assent to Garuda Indonesia debt restructuring
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105140-banks-assent-to-garuda-indonesia-debt-restructuring
Published on 24.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to remove Melbourne and Perth services from Jul-2021
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/garuda-indonesia-to-remove-melbourne-and-perth-services-from-jul-2021-1075739
Published on 23.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia weighs court-led debt restructuring, to shrink fleet
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/garuda-indonesia-weighs-court-led-debt-restructuring-shrink-fleet-2021-06-21/
Published on 15.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia Yet to Close International Route despite Financial Problems
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1472747/garuda-indonesia-yet-to-close-international-route-despite-financial-problems
Published on 03.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to seek debt payment suspension: government.
Source: https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Transportation/Garuda-Indonesia-to-seek-debt-payment-suspension-government
Published on 07.06.2021
Government makes plan to bring out Garuda from critical situation
Source: https://magz.tempo.co/read/37963/life-line-for-garuda
Published on 29.06.2021
Banks assent to Garuda Indonesia debt restructuring
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105140-banks-assent-to-garuda-indonesia-debt-restructuring
Published on 24.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to remove Melbourne and Perth services from Jul-2021
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/garuda-indonesia-to-remove-melbourne-and-perth-services-from-jul-2021-1075739
Published on 23.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia weighs court-led debt restructuring, to shrink fleet
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/garuda-indonesia-weighs-court-led-debt-restructuring-shrink-fleet-2021-06-21/
Published on 15.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia Yet to Close International Route despite Financial Problems
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1472747/garuda-indonesia-yet-to-close-international-route-despite-financial-problems
Published on 03.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to seek debt payment suspension: government.
Source: https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Transportation/Garuda-Indonesia-to-seek-debt-payment-suspension-government
Published on 07.06.2021
Government makes plan to bring out Garuda from critical situation
Source: https://magz.tempo.co/read/37963/life-line-for-garuda
Published on 29.06.2021
Banks assent to Garuda Indonesia debt restructuring
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105140-banks-assent-to-garuda-indonesia-debt-restructuring
Published on 24.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to remove Melbourne and Perth services from Jul-2021
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/garuda-indonesia-to-remove-melbourne-and-perth-services-from-jul-2021-1075739
Published on 23.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia weighs court-led debt restructuring, to shrink fleet
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/garuda-indonesia-weighs-court-led-debt-restructuring-shrink-fleet-2021-06-21/
Published on 15.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia Yet to Close International Route despite Financial Problems
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1472747/garuda-indonesia-yet-to-close-international-route-despite-financial-problems
Published on 03.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to seek debt payment suspension: government.
Source: https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Transportation/Garuda-Indonesia-to-seek-debt-payment-suspension-government
Published on 07.06.2021
Government makes plan to bring out Garuda from critical situation
Source: https://magz.tempo.co/read/37963/life-line-for-garuda
Published on 29.06.2021
Banks assent to Garuda Indonesia debt restructuring
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105140-banks-assent-to-garuda-indonesia-debt-restructuring
Published on 24.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to remove Melbourne and Perth services from Jul-2021
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/garuda-indonesia-to-remove-melbourne-and-perth-services-from-jul-2021-1075739
Published on 23.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia weighs court-led debt restructuring, to shrink fleet
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/garuda-indonesia-weighs-court-led-debt-restructuring-shrink-fleet-2021-06-21/
Published on 15.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia Yet to Close International Route despite Financial Problems
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1472747/garuda-indonesia-yet-to-close-international-route-despite-financial-problems
Published on 09.06.2021
Challenges in keeping Garuda Indonesia airborne
Source: https://www.thejakartapost.com/paper/2021/06/08/challenges-in-keeping-garuda-indonesia-airborne.html
Published on 03.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to seek debt payment suspension: government.
Source: https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Transportation/Garuda-Indonesia-to-seek-debt-payment-suspension-government
Published on 07.06.2021
Government makes plan to bring out Garuda from critical situation
Source: https://magz.tempo.co/read/37963/life-line-for-garuda
Published on 29.06.2021
Banks assent to Garuda Indonesia debt restructuring
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105140-banks-assent-to-garuda-indonesia-debt-restructuring
Published on 24.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to remove Melbourne and Perth services from Jul-2021
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/garuda-indonesia-to-remove-melbourne-and-perth-services-from-jul-2021-1075739
Published on 23.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia weighs court-led debt restructuring, to shrink fleet
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/garuda-indonesia-weighs-court-led-debt-restructuring-shrink-fleet-2021-06-21/
Published on 15.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia Yet to Close International Route despite Financial Problems
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1472747/garuda-indonesia-yet-to-close-international-route-despite-financial-problems
Published on 09.06.2021
Challenges in keeping Garuda Indonesia airborne
Source: https://www.thejakartapost.com/paper/2021/06/08/challenges-in-keeping-garuda-indonesia-airborne.html
Published on 03.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to seek debt payment suspension: government.
Source: https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Transportation/Garuda-Indonesia-to-seek-debt-payment-suspension-government
Published on 07.06.2021
Government makes plan to bring out Garuda from critical situation
Source: https://magz.tempo.co/read/37963/life-line-for-garuda
Published on 29.06.2021
Banks assent to Garuda Indonesia debt restructuring
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105140-banks-assent-to-garuda-indonesia-debt-restructuring
Published on 24.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to remove Melbourne and Perth services from Jul-2021
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/garuda-indonesia-to-remove-melbourne-and-perth-services-from-jul-2021-1075739
Published on 23.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia weighs court-led debt restructuring, to shrink fleet
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/garuda-indonesia-weighs-court-led-debt-restructuring-shrink-fleet-2021-06-21/
Published on 15.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia Yet to Close International Route despite Financial Problems
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1472747/garuda-indonesia-yet-to-close-international-route-despite-financial-problems
Published on 09.06.2021
Challenges in keeping Garuda Indonesia airborne
Source: https://www.thejakartapost.com/paper/2021/06/08/challenges-in-keeping-garuda-indonesia-airborne.html
Published on 03.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to seek debt payment suspension: government.
Source: https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Transportation/Garuda-Indonesia-to-seek-debt-payment-suspension-government
Published on 07.06.2021
Government makes plan to bring out Garuda from critical situation
Source: https://magz.tempo.co/read/37963/life-line-for-garuda
Published on 29.06.2021
Banks assent to Garuda Indonesia debt restructuring
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105140-banks-assent-to-garuda-indonesia-debt-restructuring
Published on 24.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to remove Melbourne and Perth services from Jul-2021
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/garuda-indonesia-to-remove-melbourne-and-perth-services-from-jul-2021-1075739
Published on 23.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia weighs court-led debt restructuring, to shrink fleet
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/garuda-indonesia-weighs-court-led-debt-restructuring-shrink-fleet-2021-06-21/
Published on 15.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia Yet to Close International Route despite Financial Problems
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1472747/garuda-indonesia-yet-to-close-international-route-despite-financial-problems
Published on 09.06.2021
Challenges in keeping Garuda Indonesia airborne
Source: https://www.thejakartapost.com/paper/2021/06/08/challenges-in-keeping-garuda-indonesia-airborne.html
Published on 03.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to seek debt payment suspension: government.
Source: https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Transportation/Garuda-Indonesia-to-seek-debt-payment-suspension-government
Published on 07.06.2021
Government makes plan to bring out Garuda from critical situation
Source: https://magz.tempo.co/read/37963/life-line-for-garuda
Published on 29.06.2021
Banks assent to Garuda Indonesia debt restructuring
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105140-banks-assent-to-garuda-indonesia-debt-restructuring
Published on 24.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to remove Melbourne and Perth services from Jul-2021
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/garuda-indonesia-to-remove-melbourne-and-perth-services-from-jul-2021-1075739
Published on 23.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia weighs court-led debt restructuring, to shrink fleet
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/garuda-indonesia-weighs-court-led-debt-restructuring-shrink-fleet-2021-06-21/
Published on 15.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia Yet to Close International Route despite Financial Problems
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1472747/garuda-indonesia-yet-to-close-international-route-despite-financial-problems
Published on 09.06.2021
Challenges in keeping Garuda Indonesia airborne
Source: https://www.thejakartapost.com/paper/2021/06/08/challenges-in-keeping-garuda-indonesia-airborne.html
Published on 03.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to seek debt payment suspension: government.
Source: https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Transportation/Garuda-Indonesia-to-seek-debt-payment-suspension-government
Published on 07.06.2021
Government makes plan to bring out Garuda from critical situation
Source: https://magz.tempo.co/read/37963/life-line-for-garuda
Published on 29.06.2021
Banks assent to Garuda Indonesia debt restructuring
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105140-banks-assent-to-garuda-indonesia-debt-restructuring
Published on 24.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to remove Melbourne and Perth services from Jul-2021
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/garuda-indonesia-to-remove-melbourne-and-perth-services-from-jul-2021-1075739
Published on 23.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia weighs court-led debt restructuring, to shrink fleet
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/garuda-indonesia-weighs-court-led-debt-restructuring-shrink-fleet-2021-06-21/
Published on 15.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia Yet to Close International Route despite Financial Problems
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1472747/garuda-indonesia-yet-to-close-international-route-despite-financial-problems
Published on 09.06.2021
Challenges in keeping Garuda Indonesia airborne
Source: https://www.thejakartapost.com/paper/2021/06/08/challenges-in-keeping-garuda-indonesia-airborne.html
Published on 03.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to seek debt payment suspension: government.
Source: https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Transportation/Garuda-Indonesia-to-seek-debt-payment-suspension-government
Published on 07.06.2021
Government makes plan to bring out Garuda from critical situation
Source: https://magz.tempo.co/read/37963/life-line-for-garuda
Published on 29.06.2021
Banks assent to Garuda Indonesia debt restructuring
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105140-banks-assent-to-garuda-indonesia-debt-restructuring
Published on 24.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to remove Melbourne and Perth services from Jul-2021
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/garuda-indonesia-to-remove-melbourne-and-perth-services-from-jul-2021-1075739
Published on 23.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia weighs court-led debt restructuring, to shrink fleet
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/garuda-indonesia-weighs-court-led-debt-restructuring-shrink-fleet-2021-06-21/
Published on 15.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia Yet to Close International Route despite Financial Problems
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1472747/garuda-indonesia-yet-to-close-international-route-despite-financial-problems
Published on 09.06.2021
Challenges in keeping Garuda Indonesia airborne
Source: https://www.thejakartapost.com/paper/2021/06/08/challenges-in-keeping-garuda-indonesia-airborne.html
Published on 03.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to seek debt payment suspension: government.
Source: https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Transportation/Garuda-Indonesia-to-seek-debt-payment-suspension-government
Published on 07.06.2021
Government makes plan to bring out Garuda from critical situation
Source: https://magz.tempo.co/read/37963/life-line-for-garuda
Published on 29.06.2021
Banks assent to Garuda Indonesia debt restructuring
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105140-banks-assent-to-garuda-indonesia-debt-restructuring
Published on 24.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to remove Melbourne and Perth services from Jul-2021
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/garuda-indonesia-to-remove-melbourne-and-perth-services-from-jul-2021-1075739
Published on 23.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia weighs court-led debt restructuring, to shrink fleet
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/garuda-indonesia-weighs-court-led-debt-restructuring-shrink-fleet-2021-06-21/
Published on 15.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia Yet to Close International Route despite Financial Problems
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1472747/garuda-indonesia-yet-to-close-international-route-despite-financial-problems
Published on 09.06.2021
Challenges in keeping Garuda Indonesia airborne
Source: https://www.thejakartapost.com/paper/2021/06/08/challenges-in-keeping-garuda-indonesia-airborne.html
Published on 03.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to seek debt payment suspension: government.
Source: https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Transportation/Garuda-Indonesia-to-seek-debt-payment-suspension-government
Published on 07.06.2021
Government makes plan to bring out Garuda from critical situation
Source: https://magz.tempo.co/read/37963/life-line-for-garuda
Published on 24.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to remove Melbourne and Perth services from Jul-2021
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/garuda-indonesia-to-remove-melbourne-and-perth-services-from-jul-2021-1075739
Published on 23.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia weighs court-led debt restructuring, to shrink fleet
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/garuda-indonesia-weighs-court-led-debt-restructuring-shrink-fleet-2021-06-21/
Published on 15.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia Yet to Close International Route despite Financial Problems
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1472747/garuda-indonesia-yet-to-close-international-route-despite-financial-problems
Published on 09.06.2021
Challenges in keeping Garuda Indonesia airborne
Source: https://www.thejakartapost.com/paper/2021/06/08/challenges-in-keeping-garuda-indonesia-airborne.html
Published on 03.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to seek debt payment suspension: government.
Source: https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Transportation/Garuda-Indonesia-to-seek-debt-payment-suspension-government
Published on 07.06.2021
Government makes plan to bring out Garuda from critical situation
Source: https://magz.tempo.co/read/37963/life-line-for-garuda
Published on 28.05.2021
Garuda Confirms Debt Restructuring Plans as Cashflows Hit
Source: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-05-28/garuda-confirms-debt-restructuring-plans-as-covid-hit-cashflows
Published on 24.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia plans major restructuring, may halve fleet.
Source: https://onemileatatime.com/garuda-indonesia-restructuring/
Published on 20.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia operates as a fully vaccinated airline.
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1463396/garuda-indonesia-officially-operates-as-fully-vaccinated-air-carrier
Published on 24.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to remove Melbourne and Perth services from Jul-2021
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/garuda-indonesia-to-remove-melbourne-and-perth-services-from-jul-2021-1075739
Published on 23.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia weighs court-led debt restructuring, to shrink fleet
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/garuda-indonesia-weighs-court-led-debt-restructuring-shrink-fleet-2021-06-21/
Published on 15.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia Yet to Close International Route despite Financial Problems
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1472747/garuda-indonesia-yet-to-close-international-route-despite-financial-problems
Published on 09.06.2021
Challenges in keeping Garuda Indonesia airborne
Source: https://www.thejakartapost.com/paper/2021/06/08/challenges-in-keeping-garuda-indonesia-airborne.html
Published on 03.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to seek debt payment suspension: government.
Source: https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Transportation/Garuda-Indonesia-to-seek-debt-payment-suspension-government
Published on 07.06.2021
Government makes plan to bring out Garuda from critical situation
Source: https://magz.tempo.co/read/37963/life-line-for-garuda
Published on 28.05.2021
Garuda Confirms Debt Restructuring Plans as Cashflows Hit
Source: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-05-28/garuda-confirms-debt-restructuring-plans-as-covid-hit-cashflows
Published on 24.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia plans major restructuring, may halve fleet.
Source: https://onemileatatime.com/garuda-indonesia-restructuring/
Published on 20.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia operates as a fully vaccinated airline.
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1463396/garuda-indonesia-officially-operates-as-fully-vaccinated-air-carrier
Published on 24.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to remove Melbourne and Perth services from Jul-2021
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/garuda-indonesia-to-remove-melbourne-and-perth-services-from-jul-2021-1075739
Published on 23.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia weighs court-led debt restructuring, to shrink fleet
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/garuda-indonesia-weighs-court-led-debt-restructuring-shrink-fleet-2021-06-21/
Published on 15.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia Yet to Close International Route despite Financial Problems
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1472747/garuda-indonesia-yet-to-close-international-route-despite-financial-problems
Published on 09.06.2021
Challenges in keeping Garuda Indonesia airborne
Source: https://www.thejakartapost.com/paper/2021/06/08/challenges-in-keeping-garuda-indonesia-airborne.html
Published on 03.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to seek debt payment suspension: government.
Source: https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Transportation/Garuda-Indonesia-to-seek-debt-payment-suspension-government
Published on 07.06.2021
Government makes plan to bring out Garuda from critical situation
Source: https://magz.tempo.co/read/37963/life-line-for-garuda
Published on 28.05.2021
Garuda Confirms Debt Restructuring Plans as Cashflows Hit
Source: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-05-28/garuda-confirms-debt-restructuring-plans-as-covid-hit-cashflows
Published on 24.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia plans major restructuring, may halve fleet.
Source: https://onemileatatime.com/garuda-indonesia-restructuring/
Published on 20.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia operates as a fully vaccinated airline.
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1463396/garuda-indonesia-officially-operates-as-fully-vaccinated-air-carrier
Published on 24.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to remove Melbourne and Perth services from Jul-2021
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/garuda-indonesia-to-remove-melbourne-and-perth-services-from-jul-2021-1075739
Published on 23.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia weighs court-led debt restructuring, to shrink fleet
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/garuda-indonesia-weighs-court-led-debt-restructuring-shrink-fleet-2021-06-21/
Published on 15.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia Yet to Close International Route despite Financial Problems
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1472747/garuda-indonesia-yet-to-close-international-route-despite-financial-problems
Published on 09.06.2021
Challenges in keeping Garuda Indonesia airborne
Source: https://www.thejakartapost.com/paper/2021/06/08/challenges-in-keeping-garuda-indonesia-airborne.html
Published on 03.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to seek debt payment suspension: government.
Source: https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Transportation/Garuda-Indonesia-to-seek-debt-payment-suspension-government
Published on 07.06.2021
Government makes plan to bring out Garuda from critical situation
Source: https://magz.tempo.co/read/37963/life-line-for-garuda
Published on 28.05.2021
Garuda Confirms Debt Restructuring Plans as Cashflows Hit
Source: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-05-28/garuda-confirms-debt-restructuring-plans-as-covid-hit-cashflows
Published on 24.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia plans major restructuring, may halve fleet.
Source: https://onemileatatime.com/garuda-indonesia-restructuring/
Published on 20.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia operates as a fully vaccinated airline.
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1463396/garuda-indonesia-officially-operates-as-fully-vaccinated-air-carrier
Published on 24.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to remove Melbourne and Perth services from Jul-2021
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/garuda-indonesia-to-remove-melbourne-and-perth-services-from-jul-2021-1075739
Published on 23.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia weighs court-led debt restructuring, to shrink fleet
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/garuda-indonesia-weighs-court-led-debt-restructuring-shrink-fleet-2021-06-21/
Published on 15.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia Yet to Close International Route despite Financial Problems
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1472747/garuda-indonesia-yet-to-close-international-route-despite-financial-problems
Published on 09.06.2021
Challenges in keeping Garuda Indonesia airborne
Source: https://www.thejakartapost.com/paper/2021/06/08/challenges-in-keeping-garuda-indonesia-airborne.html
Published on 03.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to seek debt payment suspension: government.
Source: https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Transportation/Garuda-Indonesia-to-seek-debt-payment-suspension-government
Published on 07.06.2021
Government makes plan to bring out Garuda from critical situation
Source: https://magz.tempo.co/read/37963/life-line-for-garuda
Published on 28.05.2021
Garuda Confirms Debt Restructuring Plans as Cashflows Hit
Source: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-05-28/garuda-confirms-debt-restructuring-plans-as-covid-hit-cashflows
Published on 24.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia plans major restructuring, may halve fleet.
Source: https://onemileatatime.com/garuda-indonesia-restructuring/
Published on 20.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia operates as a fully vaccinated airline.
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1463396/garuda-indonesia-officially-operates-as-fully-vaccinated-air-carrier
Published on 23.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia weighs court-led debt restructuring, to shrink fleet
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/garuda-indonesia-weighs-court-led-debt-restructuring-shrink-fleet-2021-06-21/
Published on 15.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia Yet to Close International Route despite Financial Problems
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1472747/garuda-indonesia-yet-to-close-international-route-despite-financial-problems
Published on 09.06.2021
Challenges in keeping Garuda Indonesia airborne
Source: https://www.thejakartapost.com/paper/2021/06/08/challenges-in-keeping-garuda-indonesia-airborne.html
Published on 03.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to seek debt payment suspension: government.
Source: https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Transportation/Garuda-Indonesia-to-seek-debt-payment-suspension-government
Published on 07.06.2021
Government makes plan to bring out Garuda from critical situation
Source: https://magz.tempo.co/read/37963/life-line-for-garuda
Published on 28.05.2021
Garuda Confirms Debt Restructuring Plans as Cashflows Hit
Source: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-05-28/garuda-confirms-debt-restructuring-plans-as-covid-hit-cashflows
Published on 24.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia plans major restructuring, may halve fleet.
Source: https://onemileatatime.com/garuda-indonesia-restructuring/
Published on 20.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia operates as a fully vaccinated airline.
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1463396/garuda-indonesia-officially-operates-as-fully-vaccinated-air-carrier
Published on 15.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia Yet to Close International Route despite Financial Problems
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1472747/garuda-indonesia-yet-to-close-international-route-despite-financial-problems
Published on 09.06.2021
Challenges in keeping Garuda Indonesia airborne
Source: https://www.thejakartapost.com/paper/2021/06/08/challenges-in-keeping-garuda-indonesia-airborne.html
Published on 03.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to seek debt payment suspension: government.
Source: https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Transportation/Garuda-Indonesia-to-seek-debt-payment-suspension-government
Published on 07.06.2021
Government makes plan to bring out Garuda from critical situation
Source: https://magz.tempo.co/read/37963/life-line-for-garuda
Published on 28.05.2021
Garuda Confirms Debt Restructuring Plans as Cashflows Hit
Source: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-05-28/garuda-confirms-debt-restructuring-plans-as-covid-hit-cashflows
Published on 24.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia plans major restructuring, may halve fleet.
Source: https://onemileatatime.com/garuda-indonesia-restructuring/
Published on 20.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia operates as a fully vaccinated airline.
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1463396/garuda-indonesia-officially-operates-as-fully-vaccinated-air-carrier
Published on 15.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia Yet to Close International Route despite Financial Problems
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1472747/garuda-indonesia-yet-to-close-international-route-despite-financial-problems
Published on 09.06.2021
Challenges in keeping Garuda Indonesia airborne
Source: https://www.thejakartapost.com/paper/2021/06/08/challenges-in-keeping-garuda-indonesia-airborne.html
Published on 03.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to seek debt payment suspension: government.
Source: https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Transportation/Garuda-Indonesia-to-seek-debt-payment-suspension-government
Published on 07.06.2021
Government makes plan to bring out Garuda from critical situation
Source: https://magz.tempo.co/read/37963/life-line-for-garuda
Published on 28.05.2021
Garuda Confirms Debt Restructuring Plans as Cashflows Hit
Source: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-05-28/garuda-confirms-debt-restructuring-plans-as-covid-hit-cashflows
Published on 24.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia plans major restructuring, may halve fleet.
Source: https://onemileatatime.com/garuda-indonesia-restructuring/
Published on 20.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia operates as a fully vaccinated airline.
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1463396/garuda-indonesia-officially-operates-as-fully-vaccinated-air-carrier
Published on 15.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia Yet to Close International Route despite Financial Problems
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1472747/garuda-indonesia-yet-to-close-international-route-despite-financial-problems
Published on 09.06.2021
Challenges in keeping Garuda Indonesia airborne
Source: https://www.thejakartapost.com/paper/2021/06/08/challenges-in-keeping-garuda-indonesia-airborne.html
Published on 03.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to seek debt payment suspension: government.
Source: https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Transportation/Garuda-Indonesia-to-seek-debt-payment-suspension-government
Published on 07.06.2021
Government makes plan to bring out Garuda from critical situation
Source: https://magz.tempo.co/read/37963/life-line-for-garuda
Published on 28.05.2021
Garuda Confirms Debt Restructuring Plans as Cashflows Hit
Source: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-05-28/garuda-confirms-debt-restructuring-plans-as-covid-hit-cashflows
Published on 24.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia plans major restructuring, may halve fleet.
Source: https://onemileatatime.com/garuda-indonesia-restructuring/
Published on 20.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia operates as a fully vaccinated airline.
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1463396/garuda-indonesia-officially-operates-as-fully-vaccinated-air-carrier
Published on 15.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia Yet to Close International Route despite Financial Problems
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1472747/garuda-indonesia-yet-to-close-international-route-despite-financial-problems
Published on 09.06.2021
Challenges in keeping Garuda Indonesia airborne
Source: https://www.thejakartapost.com/paper/2021/06/08/challenges-in-keeping-garuda-indonesia-airborne.html
Published on 03.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to seek debt payment suspension: government.
Source: https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Transportation/Garuda-Indonesia-to-seek-debt-payment-suspension-government
Published on 07.06.2021
Government makes plan to bring out Garuda from critical situation
Source: https://magz.tempo.co/read/37963/life-line-for-garuda
Published on 28.05.2021
Garuda Confirms Debt Restructuring Plans as Cashflows Hit
Source: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-05-28/garuda-confirms-debt-restructuring-plans-as-covid-hit-cashflows
Published on 24.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia plans major restructuring, may halve fleet.
Source: https://onemileatatime.com/garuda-indonesia-restructuring/
Published on 20.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia operates as a fully vaccinated airline.
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1463396/garuda-indonesia-officially-operates-as-fully-vaccinated-air-carrier
Published on 15.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia Yet to Close International Route despite Financial Problems
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1472747/garuda-indonesia-yet-to-close-international-route-despite-financial-problems
Published on 09.06.2021
Challenges in keeping Garuda Indonesia airborne
Source: https://www.thejakartapost.com/paper/2021/06/08/challenges-in-keeping-garuda-indonesia-airborne.html
Published on 03.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to seek debt payment suspension: government.
Source: https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Transportation/Garuda-Indonesia-to-seek-debt-payment-suspension-government
Published on 07.06.2021
Government makes plan to bring out Garuda from critical situation
Source: https://magz.tempo.co/read/37963/life-line-for-garuda
Published on 28.05.2021
Garuda Confirms Debt Restructuring Plans as Cashflows Hit
Source: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-05-28/garuda-confirms-debt-restructuring-plans-as-covid-hit-cashflows
Published on 24.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia plans major restructuring, may halve fleet.
Source: https://onemileatatime.com/garuda-indonesia-restructuring/
Published on 20.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia operates as a fully vaccinated airline.
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1463396/garuda-indonesia-officially-operates-as-fully-vaccinated-air-carrier
Published on 15.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia Yet to Close International Route despite Financial Problems
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1472747/garuda-indonesia-yet-to-close-international-route-despite-financial-problems
Published on 09.06.2021
Challenges in keeping Garuda Indonesia airborne
Source: https://www.thejakartapost.com/paper/2021/06/08/challenges-in-keeping-garuda-indonesia-airborne.html
Published on 03.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to seek debt payment suspension: government.
Source: https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Transportation/Garuda-Indonesia-to-seek-debt-payment-suspension-government
Published on 07.06.2021
Government makes plan to bring out Garuda from critical situation
Source: https://magz.tempo.co/read/37963/life-line-for-garuda
Published on 28.05.2021
Garuda Confirms Debt Restructuring Plans as Cashflows Hit
Source: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-05-28/garuda-confirms-debt-restructuring-plans-as-covid-hit-cashflows
Published on 24.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia plans major restructuring, may halve fleet.
Source: https://onemileatatime.com/garuda-indonesia-restructuring/
Published on 20.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia operates as a fully vaccinated airline.
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1463396/garuda-indonesia-officially-operates-as-fully-vaccinated-air-carrier
Published on 15.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia Yet to Close International Route despite Financial Problems
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1472747/garuda-indonesia-yet-to-close-international-route-despite-financial-problems
Published on 09.06.2021
Challenges in keeping Garuda Indonesia airborne
Source: https://www.thejakartapost.com/paper/2021/06/08/challenges-in-keeping-garuda-indonesia-airborne.html
Published on 03.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to seek debt payment suspension: government.
Source: https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Transportation/Garuda-Indonesia-to-seek-debt-payment-suspension-government
Published on 07.06.2021
Government makes plan to bring out Garuda from critical situation
Source: https://magz.tempo.co/read/37963/life-line-for-garuda
Published on 28.05.2021
Garuda Confirms Debt Restructuring Plans as Cashflows Hit
Source: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-05-28/garuda-confirms-debt-restructuring-plans-as-covid-hit-cashflows
Published on 24.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia plans major restructuring, may halve fleet.
Source: https://onemileatatime.com/garuda-indonesia-restructuring/
Published on 20.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia operates as a fully vaccinated airline.
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1463396/garuda-indonesia-officially-operates-as-fully-vaccinated-air-carrier
Published on 15.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia Yet to Close International Route despite Financial Problems
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1472747/garuda-indonesia-yet-to-close-international-route-despite-financial-problems
Published on 09.06.2021
Challenges in keeping Garuda Indonesia airborne
Source: https://www.thejakartapost.com/paper/2021/06/08/challenges-in-keeping-garuda-indonesia-airborne.html
Published on 03.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to seek debt payment suspension: government.
Source: https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Transportation/Garuda-Indonesia-to-seek-debt-payment-suspension-government
Published on 07.06.2021
Government makes plan to bring out Garuda from critical situation
Source: https://magz.tempo.co/read/37963/life-line-for-garuda
Published on 28.05.2021
Garuda Confirms Debt Restructuring Plans as Cashflows Hit
Source: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-05-28/garuda-confirms-debt-restructuring-plans-as-covid-hit-cashflows
Published on 24.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia plans major restructuring, may halve fleet.
Source: https://onemileatatime.com/garuda-indonesia-restructuring/
Published on 20.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia operates as a fully vaccinated airline.
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1463396/garuda-indonesia-officially-operates-as-fully-vaccinated-air-carrier
Published on 90.06.2021
Challenges in keeping Garuda Indonesia airborne
Source: https://www.thejakartapost.com/paper/2021/06/08/challenges-in-keeping-garuda-indonesia-airborne.html
Published on 03.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to seek debt payment suspension: government.
Source: https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Transportation/Garuda-Indonesia-to-seek-debt-payment-suspension-government
Published on 07.06.2021
Government makes plan to bring out Garuda from critical situation
Source: https://magz.tempo.co/read/37963/life-line-for-garuda
Published on 28.05.2021
Garuda Confirms Debt Restructuring Plans as Cashflows Hit
Source: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-05-28/garuda-confirms-debt-restructuring-plans-as-covid-hit-cashflows
Published on 24.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia plans major restructuring, may halve fleet.
Source: https://onemileatatime.com/garuda-indonesia-restructuring/
Published on 20.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia operates as a fully vaccinated airline.
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1463396/garuda-indonesia-officially-operates-as-fully-vaccinated-air-carrier
Published on 90.06.2021
Challenges in keeping Garuda Indonesia airborne
Source: https://www.thejakartapost.com/paper/2021/06/08/challenges-in-keeping-garuda-indonesia-airborne.html
Published on 03.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to seek debt payment suspension: government.
Source: https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Transportation/Garuda-Indonesia-to-seek-debt-payment-suspension-government
Published on 07.06.2021
Government makes plan to bring out Garuda from critical situation
Source: https://magz.tempo.co/read/37963/life-line-for-garuda
Published on 28.05.2021
Garuda Confirms Debt Restructuring Plans as Cashflows Hit
Source: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-05-28/garuda-confirms-debt-restructuring-plans-as-covid-hit-cashflows
Published on 24.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia plans major restructuring, may halve fleet.
Source: https://onemileatatime.com/garuda-indonesia-restructuring/
Published on 20.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia operates as a fully vaccinated airline.
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1463396/garuda-indonesia-officially-operates-as-fully-vaccinated-air-carrier
Published on 90.06.2021
Challenges in keeping Garuda Indonesia airborne
Source: https://www.thejakartapost.com/paper/2021/06/08/challenges-in-keeping-garuda-indonesia-airborne.html
Published on 03.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to seek debt payment suspension: government.
Source: https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Transportation/Garuda-Indonesia-to-seek-debt-payment-suspension-government
Published on 07.06.2021
Government makes plan to bring out Garuda from critical situation
Source: https://magz.tempo.co/read/37963/life-line-for-garuda
Published on 28.05.2021
Garuda Confirms Debt Restructuring Plans as Cashflows Hit
Source: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-05-28/garuda-confirms-debt-restructuring-plans-as-covid-hit-cashflows
Published on 24.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia plans major restructuring, may halve fleet.
Source: https://onemileatatime.com/garuda-indonesia-restructuring/
Published on 20.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia operates as a fully vaccinated airline.
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1463396/garuda-indonesia-officially-operates-as-fully-vaccinated-air-carrier
Published on 90.06.2021
Challenges in keeping Garuda Indonesia airborne
Source: https://www.thejakartapost.com/paper/2021/06/08/challenges-in-keeping-garuda-indonesia-airborne.html
Published on 03.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to seek debt payment suspension: government.
Source: https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Transportation/Garuda-Indonesia-to-seek-debt-payment-suspension-government
Published on 07.06.2021
Government makes plan to bring out Garuda from critical situation
Source: https://magz.tempo.co/read/37963/life-line-for-garuda
Published on 28.05.2021
Garuda Confirms Debt Restructuring Plans as Cashflows Hit
Source: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-05-28/garuda-confirms-debt-restructuring-plans-as-covid-hit-cashflows
Published on 24.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia plans major restructuring, may halve fleet.
Source: https://onemileatatime.com/garuda-indonesia-restructuring/
Published on 20.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia operates as a fully vaccinated airline.
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1463396/garuda-indonesia-officially-operates-as-fully-vaccinated-air-carrier
Published on 90.06.2021
Challenges in keeping Garuda Indonesia airborne
Source: https://www.thejakartapost.com/paper/2021/06/08/challenges-in-keeping-garuda-indonesia-airborne.html
Published on 03.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to seek debt payment suspension: government.
Source: https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Transportation/Garuda-Indonesia-to-seek-debt-payment-suspension-government
Published on 07.06.2021
Government makes plan to bring out Garuda from critical situation
Source: https://magz.tempo.co/read/37963/life-line-for-garuda
Published on 28.05.2021
Garuda Confirms Debt Restructuring Plans as Cashflows Hit
Source: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-05-28/garuda-confirms-debt-restructuring-plans-as-covid-hit-cashflows
Published on 24.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia plans major restructuring, may halve fleet.
Source: https://onemileatatime.com/garuda-indonesia-restructuring/
Published on 20.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia operates as a fully vaccinated airline.
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1463396/garuda-indonesia-officially-operates-as-fully-vaccinated-air-carrier
Published on 90.06.2021
Challenges in keeping Garuda Indonesia airborne
Source: https://www.thejakartapost.com/paper/2021/06/08/challenges-in-keeping-garuda-indonesia-airborne.html
Published on 03.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to seek debt payment suspension: government.
Source: https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Transportation/Garuda-Indonesia-to-seek-debt-payment-suspension-government
Published on 07.06.2021
Government makes plan to bring out Garuda from critical situation
Source: https://magz.tempo.co/read/37963/life-line-for-garuda
Published on 28.05.2021
Garuda Confirms Debt Restructuring Plans as Cashflows Hit
Source: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-05-28/garuda-confirms-debt-restructuring-plans-as-covid-hit-cashflows
Published on 24.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia plans major restructuring, may halve fleet.
Source: https://onemileatatime.com/garuda-indonesia-restructuring/
Published on 20.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia operates as a fully vaccinated airline.
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1463396/garuda-indonesia-officially-operates-as-fully-vaccinated-air-carrier
Published on 03.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to seek debt payment suspension: government.
Source: https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Transportation/Garuda-Indonesia-to-seek-debt-payment-suspension-government
Published on 07.06.2021
Government makes plan to bring out Garuda from critical situation
Source: https://magz.tempo.co/read/37963/life-line-for-garuda
Published on 28.05.2021
Garuda Confirms Debt Restructuring Plans as Cashflows Hit
Source: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-05-28/garuda-confirms-debt-restructuring-plans-as-covid-hit-cashflows
Published on 24.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia plans major restructuring, may halve fleet.
Source: https://onemileatatime.com/garuda-indonesia-restructuring/
Published on 20.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia operates as a fully vaccinated airline.
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1463396/garuda-indonesia-officially-operates-as-fully-vaccinated-air-carrier
Published on 03.06.2021
Garuda Indonesia to seek debt payment suspension: government.
Source: https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Transportation/Garuda-Indonesia-to-seek-debt-payment-suspension-government
Published on 07.06.2021
Government makes plan to bring out Garuda from critical situation
Source: https://magz.tempo.co/read/37963/life-line-for-garuda
Published on 28.05.2021
Garuda Confirms Debt Restructuring Plans as Cashflows Hit
Source: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-05-28/garuda-confirms-debt-restructuring-plans-as-covid-hit-cashflows
Published on 24.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia plans major restructuring, may halve fleet.
Source: https://onemileatatime.com/garuda-indonesia-restructuring/
Published on 20.05.2021
Garuda Indonesia operates as a fully vaccinated airline.
Source: https://en.tempo.co/read/1463396/garuda-indonesia-officially-operates-as-fully-vaccinated-air-carrier

Published on 26.11.2020
Garuda Indonesia shareholders back $600mn bond bailout

29.09.2020 Garuda Indonesia in recent schedule update International service changes from Jakarta, for Northern winter 2020/21 season. As of 23SEP20, planned operation for the period of 25OCT20 – 27MAR21 as follows. Additional changes remain likely to change, pending on latest development on travel restrictions.

Jakarta – Amsterdam 2 weekly 777-300ER
Jakarta – Bangkok 2 weekly 737-800 (3 weekly from 01DEC20, 1 daily from 01JAN21)
Jakarta – Guangzhou 4 weekly 737-800 (1 daily from 30NOV20)
Jakarta – Hong Kong 2 weekly 737-800 (4 weekly A330-200 from 01NOV20, 1 daily from 01DEC20)
Jakarta – Jeddah 9 weekly 777-300ER
Jakarta – Kuala Lumpur 3 weekly 737-800 (1 daily from 30DEC20)
Jakarta – Madinah 3 weekly 777-300ER
Jakarta – Melbourne 2 weekly A330-300
Jakarta – Osaka Kansai 2 weekly A330-300
Jakarta – Perth 2 weekly 737-800
Jakarta – Seoul Incheon 3 weekly A330-300 (5 weekly from 01DEC20, 1 daily from 04JAN21)
Jakarta – Shanghai Pu Dong 3 weekly A330-200/-300
Jakarta – Singapore 1 daily 737-800 (2 daily from 01JAN21)
Jakarta – Sydney 1 weekly A330-300 (2 weekly from 02DEC20)
Jakarta – Tokyo Haneda 2 weekly 777-300ER (5 weekly from 01DEC20)

International service to/from Denpasar and Surabaya is tentatively scheduled from 01DEC20.

Published on 09.09.2020
Garuda Indonesia Oct 2020 – Mar 2021 Amsterdam service changes as of 08SEP20

Published on 07.09.2020
Garuda Indonesia Oct 2020 Amsterdam frequency changes as of 04SEP20

Published on 03.09.2020
Batik Air Sep 2020 International service adjustment as of 02SEP20

Published on 02.09.2020
Garuda Indonesia resumes flights to China amid eased restrictions
Garuda Indonesia resumes flights to China following months of travel restrictions because of COVID-19

Published on 31.08.2020
Citilink intends to resume Jeddah service from mid-Sep 2020

Published on 28.08.2020
Garuda Indonesia increases Amsterdam flights in Sep 2020

26.08.2020 Garuda Indonesia in September 2020 continues to operate limited International operation. The following is based on OAG and GDS schedule listing as of 23AUG20, which is slightly different to the airline’s latest statement issued as of 19AUG20.

The airline’s statement calls for increased service to Amsterdam and Singapore, while restores Singapore service from both Denpasar and Surabaya. These are not available for reservation.

Jakarta – Amsterdam 1 weekly 777-300ER
Jakarta – Bangkok 1 weekly 737-800
Jakarta – Hong Kong 3 weekly 737-800
Jakarta – Kuala Lumpur 3 weekly 737-800
Jakarta – Melbourne A330-300 operates every 14 days
Jakarta – Osaka Kansai 1 weekly A330-300
Jakarta – Perth 737-800 operates every 14 days
Jakarta – Seoul Incheon 2 weekly A330-300
Jakarta – Singapore 5 weekly 737-800
Jakarta – Sydney 1 weekly A330-300
Jakarta – Tokyo Haneda 2 weekly A330-300

Garuda Indonesia this week revised service to Europe for September 2020, reflecting the airline’s statement issued last week. For September, the airline will operate 2 weekly Jakarta – Amsterdam service, instead of once weekly. Boeing 777-300ER operates this route.

GA088 CGK2250 – 0750+1AMS 773 46
GA089 AMS1205 – 0640+1CGK 773 16

Published on 25.08.2020
Garuda Indonesia Sep 2020 International operations as of 23AUG20

Published on 18.08.2020
Batik Air resumes Taipei service from Sep 2020

Published on 10.08.2020
Sriwijaya Air adds Jakarta – Hangzhou service in 3Q20

Published on 31.07.2020
Citilink plans Jakarta – Kunming service from late-July 2020

28.07.2020 Garuda Indonesia in August 2020 continues to operate limited International service. Planned operation as of 26JUL20 is listed below, however various travel restrictions continue to impact the airline’s passenger traffic rights.

Jakarta – Amsterdam 1 weekly 777-300ER
Jakarta – Bangkok 1 weekly 737-800
Jakarta – Hong Kong 3 weekly A330-300
Jakarta – Melbourne A330-300 operates every 2 weeks
Jakarta – Perth 737-800 operates on 20AUG20
Jakarta – Seoul Incheon 2 weekly A330-300
Jakarta – Singapore 5 weekly 737-800/A330-300
Jakarta – Sydney A330-300 operates every 2 weeks
Jakarta – Tokyo Haneda 2 weekly A330-300
Published on 25.06.2020
Garuda Indonesia July 2020 International operations as of 24JUN20

23.06.2020 AirAsia in July 2020 plans to resume additional International routes, based on schedule listing in the OAG. Due to various travel restrictions, the actual service resumption date has been revised and reflected in the airline’s reservation system on its website.

Planned operation as of 22JUN20 as follows. Additional changes remain likely.

Johor Bahru – Ho Chi Minh City eff 16JUL20 3 weekly
Kota Kinabalu – Singapore 4 weekly
Kuala Lumpur – Bandar Seri Begawan 1 daily
Kuala Lumpur – Bangalore eff 17JUL20 4 weekly
Kuala Lumpur – Bangkok Don Mueang 1 daily
Kuala Lumpur – Chennai eff 17JUL20 4 weekly
Kuala Lumpur – Da Nang eff 17JUL20 3 weekly
Kuala Lumpur – Dhaka 4 weekly
Kuala Lumpur – Hanoi eff 17JUL20 4 weekly
Kuala Lumpur – Ho Chi Minh City eff 16JUL20 1 daily
Kuala Lumpur – Jakarta eff 08JUL20 1 daily
Kuala Lumpur – Manila 07JUL20 / 21JUL20
Kuala Lumpur – Medan Kualanamu eff 08JUL20 4 weekly
Kuala Lumpur – Padang eff 08JUL20 4 weekly
Kuala Lumpur – Palembang eff 08JUL20 4 weekly
Kuala Lumpur – Pekanbaru eff 08JUL20 4 weekly
Kuala Lumpur – Phnom Penh eff 16JUL20 3 weekly
Kuala Lumpur – Phuket 4 weekly
Kuala Lumpur – Pontianak eff 08JUL20 4 weekly
Kuala Lumpur – Semarang eff 08JUL20 4 weekly
Kuala Lumpur – Singapore 5 daily
Kuala Lumpur – Tiruchirappalli eff 17JUL20 4 weekly
Kuala Lumpur – Yangon eff 13JUL20 4 weekly
Kuala Lumpur – Yogyakarta eff 08JUL20 4 weekly
Penang – Jakarta eff 08JUL20 4 weekly
Penang – Medan Kualanamu eff 08JUL20 4 weekly
Penang – Singapore 2 daily

Published on 20.06.2020
AirAsia Indonesia resumes flights as businesses gradually pick up

Published on 17.06.2020
TransNusa to resume some flights on 22 June

Published on 09.06.2020
Lion Air Group to resume domestic flights on 10 June

Published on 04.06.2020

Lion Air stops flights after reopening because passengers can’t follow rules

Published on 01.06.2020
Batik Air International operations as of 29MAY20, eff. 01JUL20

Garuda Indonesia during the month of June 2020 continues to operate interim schedule for International routes, serving 10 destinations from Jakarta. Planned operation as of 29MAY20 as follows.

Jakarta – Amsterdam 1 weekly 777-300ER
Jakarta – Hong Kong 1 weekly A330
Jakarta – Kuala Lumpur 3 weekly 737-800
Jakarta – Melbourne 1 weekly A330-300
Jakarta – Osaka Kansai 1 weekly A330-300
Jakarta – Perth 1 weekly 737-800
Jakarta – Seoul Incheon 2 weekly A330-300
Jakarta – Singapore 1 daily 737-800
Jakarta – Sydney 1 weekly A330-300
Jakarta – Tokyo Haneda 2 weekly A330-900neo

Published on 27.05.2020
Lion Air Group temporarily suspends domestic flights amid confusion

Full Restrictions
Open for travel from Indonesia
Crossing Rules

Entry restrictions
Passengers are not allowed to enter.
– This does not apply to passengers with a diplomatic or service visa.
– This does not apply to passengers with an e-visit visa with a visa number ending with LN.
– This does not apply to passengers with an APEC Business Travel Card.
– This does not apply to passengers traveling under the Travel Corridor Arrangement (TCA).

A completed “electronic health awareness card (e-HAC)” must be presented upon arrival. The card can be obtained before departure at https://inahac.kemkes.go.id/

Passengers must have a printed medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test result. The test must have been taken at most 72 hours before departure from the first embarkation point. The certificate must be in English.

Forced isolation
Passengers are subject to Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test upon arrival and quarantine for 5 days.

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Flight Restrictions
Published on 27.12.2021

1. Passengers who in the past 14 days have been in Angola, Botswana, Denmark, Eswatini, Hong Kong (SAR China), Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Norway, South Africa,
United Kingdom, Zambia or Zimbabwe are not allowed to enter. - This does not apply to: - nationals of Indonesia; - participants of the G20 event with a diplomatic assignment letter
issued by their government and invitation letter from the Ministry of Indonesia.

2. Passengers are not allowed to enter. - This does not apply to: - nationals of Indonesia; - passengers with a Temporary Stay Permit (ITAS) or Permanent Stay Permit (ITAP); -
passengers with a diplomatic or service visa; - passengers with a diplomatic or service stay permit; - passengers with an e-visit visa with a visa number ending with LN; -
passengers with an APEC Business Travel Card; - passengers traveling under the Travel Corridor Arrangement (TCA); - participants of the G20 event with a diplomatic assignment
letter issued by their government and invitation letter from the Ministry of Indonesia; - passengers who in the past 14 days have been in Angola, Botswana, Denmark, Eswatini, Hong
Kong (SAR China), Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Norway, South Africa, United Kingdom, Zambia or Zimbabwe; - nationals of Bahrain, China (People's Rep.), France,
Hungary, India, Italy, Japan, Korea (Rep.), Kuwait, Liechtenstein, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Sweden and United Arab Emirates arriving at
Denpasar-Bali (DPS) or Batam (BTH) as tourists from their country of nationality. They must have: - a confirmed booking of accommodation; and - an e-visit tourist visa with a visa
number ending with LN; and - a medical insurance with minimal coverage of USD 100,000- for COVID-19 treatment.

3. Passengers are not allowed to transit.

4. Passengers must enter Indonesia via Jakarta (CGK) or Manado (MDC).

5. Passengers must have a negative COVID-19 PCR or RT-PCR test taken at most 72 hours before departure from the first embarkation point. The test result must be in English.

6. Airline crew must have a negative COVID-19 PCR or RT-PCR test taken at most 3 days before departure from the first embarkation point. The test result must be in English.

7. Passengers must have a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully vaccinated at least 14 days before departure. The certificate must be issued in both
English and a local language of the country where passengers were vaccinated. - This does not apply to: - nationals of Indonesia; - passengers younger than 18 years; - passengers
with a diplomatic or service visa and an invitation letter issued by an Indonesian Ministry under the Travel Corridor Arrangement (TCA).

8. Airline crew must have a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully vaccinated at least 14 days before departure. The certificate must be issued in both
English and a local language of the country where the airline crew was vaccinated. - This does not apply to airline crew transiting without disembarking the aircraft.

9. Passengers are subject to a COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival and quarantine for up to 14 days.

10. A completed "electronic health awareness card (e-HAC)" must be presented upon arrival. The card can be obtained before departure through the "Pedulilindungi" mobile app.

11. Airline crew with a crew ID card are visa exempt if they are listed in the General Declaration and wearing uniform.

12. Deadhead crew will be given an entry stamp. They must: - have a valid crew ID card or crew member certificate; - provide written notification to Immigration Officer proving
they will be on duty on the return flight. The notification must be received by Immigration Officer minimum 24 hours from arrival.

13. Suspension of all visa exemptions and visa on arrival facilities. - This does not apply to passengers with a British diplomatic passport and nationals of Argentina, Brazil,
China (People?s Rep.), France, India, Italy, Japan, Korea (Rep.), Mexico, Russian Fed., South Africa and Turkey with a diplomatic or service passport participating in the G20 event
who are visa exempt.

Published on 06.12.2021

1. Passengers who in the past 14 days have been in Angola, Botswana, Eswatini, Hong Kong (SAR China), Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, South Africa, Zambia or
Zimbabwe are not allowed to enter. - This does not apply to: - nationals of Indonesia; - participants of the G20 event with a diplomatic assignment letter issued by their
government and invitation letter from the Ministry of Indonesia.

2. Passengers are not allowed to enter. - This does not apply to: - nationals of Indonesia; - passengers with a Temporary Stay Permit (ITAS) or Permanent Stay Permit (ITAP); -
passengers with a diplomatic or service visa; - passengers with a diplomatic or service stay permit; - passengers with an e-visit visa with a visa number ending with LN; -
passengers with an APEC Business Travel Card; - passengers traveling under the Travel Corridor Arrangement (TCA); - participants of the G20 event with a diplomatic assignment
letter issued by their government and invitation letter from the Ministry of Indonesia; - passengers who in the past 14 days have been in Angola, Botswana, Eswatini, Hong Kong (SAR
China), Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, South Africa, Zambia or Zimbabwe; - nationals of Bahrain, China (People's Rep.), France, Hungary, India, Italy, Japan, Korea
(Rep.), Kuwait, Liechtenstein, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Sweden and United Arab Emirates arriving at Denpasar-Bali (DPS) or Batam (BTH) as
tourists from their country of nationality. They must have: - a confirmed booking of accommodation; and - an e-visit tourist visa with a visa number ending with LN; and - a medical
insurance with minimal coverage of USD 100,000- for COVID-19 treatment.

3. Passengers are not allowed to transit.

4. Passengers must enter Indonesia via Jakarta (CGK) or Manado (MDC).

5. Passengers must have a negative COVID-19 PCR or RT-PCR test taken at most 72 hours before departure from the first embarkation point. The test result must be in English.

6. Airline crew must have a negative COVID-19 PCR or RT-PCR test taken at most 3 days before departure from the first embarkation point. The test result must be in English.

7. Passengers must have a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully vaccinated at least 14 days before departure. The certificate must be issued in both
English and a local language of the country where passengers were vaccinated. - This does not apply to: - nationals of Indonesia; - passengers younger than 18 years; - passengers
with a diplomatic or service visa and an invitation letter issued by an Indonesian Ministry under the Travel Corridor Arrangement (TCA).

8. Airline crew must have a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully vaccinated at least 14 days before departure. The certificate must be issued in both
English and a local language of the country where the airline crew was vaccinated. - This does not apply to airline crew transiting without disembarking the aircraft.

9. Passengers are subject to a COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival and quarantine for up to 14 days.

10. A completed "electronic health awareness card (e-HAC)" must be presented upon arrival. The card can be obtained before departure through the "Pedulilindungi" mobile app.

11. Airline crew with a crew ID card are visa exempt if they are listed in the General Declaration and wearing uniform.

12. Deadhead crew will be given an entry stamp. They must: - have a valid crew ID card or crew member certificate; - provide written notification to Immigration Officer proving
they will be on duty on the return flight. The notification must be received by Immigration Officer minimum 24 hours from arrival.

13. Suspension of all visa exemptions and visa on arrival facilities. - This does not apply to nationals of Argentina, Brazil, China (People?s Rep.), France, India, Italy, Japan,
Korea (Rep.), Mexico, Russian Fed., South Africa, Turkey and United Kingdom with a diplomatic or service passport participating in the G20 event who can obtain a visa on arrival.

Published on 30.11.2021

1. Passengers are not allowed to enter. - This does not apply to: - nationals of Indonesia; - passengers with a Temporary Stay Permit (ITAS) or Permanent Stay Permit (ITAP); -
passengers with a diplomatic or service visa; - passengers with a diplomatic or service stay permit; - passengers with an e-visit visa with a visa number ending with LN; -
passengers with an APEC Business Travel Card; - passengers traveling under the Travel Corridor Arrangement (TCA); - participants of the G20 event with a diplomatic assignment
letter issued by their government and invitation letter from the Ministry of Indonesia; - passengers arriving from Angola, Botswana, Eswatini, Hong Kong (SAR China), Lesotho,
Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, South Africa, Zambia or Zimbabwe; - nationals of Bahrain, China (People's Rep.), France, Hungary, India, Italy, Japan, Korea (Rep.), Kuwait,
Liechtenstein, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Sweden and United Arab Emirates arriving at Denpasar-Bali (DPS) or Batam (BTH) as tourists from
their country of nationality. They must have: - a confirmed booking of accommodation; and - an e-visit tourist visa with a visa number ending with LN; and - a medical insurance
with minimal coverage of USD 100,000- for COVID-19 treatment.

2. Passengers who in the past 14 days have been in Angola, Botswana, Eswatini, Hong Kong (SAR China), Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, South Africa, Zambia or
Zimbabwe are not allowed to enter. - This does not apply to: - nationals of Indonesia; - participants of the G20 event with a diplomatic assignment letter issued by their
government and invitation letter from the Ministry of Indonesia.

3. Passengers are not allowed to transit.

4. Passengers must enter Indonesia via Jakarta (CGK) or Manado (MDC).

5. Passengers must have a printed negative COVID-19 PCR or RT-PCR test taken at most 72 hours before departure from the first embarkation point. The test result must be in
English.

6. Airline crew must have a printed negative COVID-19 PCR or RT-PCR test taken at most 7 days before departure from the first embarkation point. The test result must be in
English.

7. Passengers must have a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully vaccinated at least 14 days before departure. The certificate must be issued in both
English and a local language of the country where passengers were vaccinated. - This does not apply to: - nationals of Indonesia; - passengers younger than 18 years; - passengers
with a diplomatic or service visa and an invitation letter issued by an Indonesian Ministry under the Travel Corridor Arrangement (TCA).

8. Airline crew must have a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully vaccinated at least 14 days before departure. The certificate must be issued in both
English and a local language of the country where the airline crew was vaccinated. - This does not apply to airline crew transiting without disembarking the aircraft.

9. Passengers are subject to a COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival and quarantine for up to 14 days.

10. A completed "electronic health awareness card (e-HAC)" must be presented upon arrival. The card can be obtained before departure through the "Pedulilindungi" mobile app.

11. Airline crew with a crew ID card are visa exempt if they are listed in the General Declaration and wearing uniform.

12. Deadhead crew will be given an entry stamp. They must: - have a valid crew ID card or crew member certificate; - provide written notification to Immigration Officer proving
they will be on duty on the return flight. The notification must be received by Immigration Officer minimum 24 hours from arrival.

13. Suspension of all visa exemptions and visa on arrival facilities.

published 15.10.2020

Entry restrictions
Passengers are not allowed to enter.
– This does not apply to passengers with a diplomatic or service visa.
– This does not apply to passengers with a visit visa.
– This does not apply to passengers with an APEC Business Travel Card.

A completed “electronic health awareness card (e-HAC)” must be submitted before departure at inahac.kemkes.go.id or presented upon arrival.

Quarantine

Quarantine requirement at government designated site.

Undergo a temperature check upon arrival and, if showing COVID-19 symptoms and / or a temperature above 37.5 degrees, a RT-PCR test. If you test positive, you may be taken to a hospital for treatment or an isolation centre at your own expense. If negative, fully vaccinated travellers can continue their journey.

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Insurance
Certification

COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.
If you have received a full course of COVID-19 vaccination (at least 2 doses), you can enter Indonesia as follows:
Those intending to purchase a “visa on arrival” should:
• install the Peduli Lindungi mobile application
• show proof of a full course of vaccination (travellers under 18 years old or those who cannot be vaccinated for health reasons are exempt)
• show proof of full health insurance from an insurance company which is incorporated as a legal entity in Indonesia. Coverage should include COVID-19 treatment.
Travellers who have received a full course of COVID-19 vaccination and a booster do not need to have antigen/PCR test to travel domestically. Travellers who have not received any booster vaccination may need to show negative antigen/PCR test to travel domestically. Contact your airlines for further details.

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Vaccination
COVID-19 Total Vaccination date: 2022-05-27
COVID-19 Total Vaccination: 401308016
COVID-19 Daily Vaccination: 0
COVID-19 Vacc. (per 100 citizens, %): 145.21
COVID-19 Daily Vacc. (per 1 million citizens): 0

If you have received a full course of COVID-19 vaccination (at least 2 doses), you can enter Indonesia as follows:
Those intending to purchase a “visa on arrival” should:
• install the Peduli Lindungi mobile application
• show proof of a full course of vaccination (travellers under 18 years old or those who cannot be vaccinated for health reasons are exempt)
• show proof of a negative RT-PCR test taken maximum 2 x 24 hours prior to departure, which can be checked by a QR code or bar-code. The certificate must be in English
• show proof of full health insurance from an insurance company which is incorporated as a legal entity in Indonesia. Coverage should include COVID-19 treatment.
• undergo a temperature check upon arrival and, if showing COVID-19 symptoms and / or a temperature above 37.5 degrees, a RT-PCR test. If you test positive, you may be taken to a hospital for treatment or an isolation centre at your own expense. If negative, fully vaccinated travellers can continue their journey
You must present proof of vaccination status to enter Indonesia and/or to travel domestically within Indonesia.

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Full Restrictions

  • Indonesia Visa-on-arrival has been extended several times, and there will be additional 12 nationals, including Russia & Ukraine, that are allowed to use this facility from May 30, 2022.
    Full list of countries:
    (1) South Africa

    (2) USA

    (3) Saudi Arabia

    (4) Argentina

    (5) Australia

    (6) Austria

    (7) Bahrain

    (8) Netherlands

    (9) Belarus

    (10) Belgium

    (11) Brazil

    (12) Brunei Darussalam

    (13) Bosnia Herzegovina

    (14) Bulgaria

    (15) Czech Republic

    (16) Denmark

    (17) Estonia

    (18) Philippines

    (19) Finland

    (20) Hong Kong

    (21) Hungary

    (22) India

    (23) United Kingdom

    (24) Ireland

    (25) Italy

    (26) Japan

    (27) Germany

    (28) Cambodia

    (29) Canada

    (30) South Korea

    (31) Croatia

    (32) Kuwait

    (33) Laos

    (34) Latvia

    (35) Lithuania

    (36) Luxembourg

    (37) Egypt

    (38) Malaysia

    (39) Malta

    (40) Morocco

    (41) Mexico

    (42) Myanmar

    (43) Norway

    (44) Oman

    (45) France

    (46) Peru

    (47) Poland

    (48) Portugal

    (49) Qatar

    (50) Romania

    (51) Russia

    (52) New Zealand

    (53) Serbia

    (54) Seychelles

    (55) Singapore

    (56) Cyprus

    (57) Slovakia

    (58) Slovenia

    (59) Spain

    (60) Sweden

    (61) Swiss

    (62) Taiwan

    (63) Thailand

    (64) East Timor

    (65) China

    (66) Tunisia

    (67) Turkey

    (68) UAE

    (69) Ukraine

    (70) Vietnam

    (71) Jordan

    (72) Greece

    Conclusion

    The visa-on-arrival is soon available for all nationals that previously had access to it.

    I wish, though, that they would remove this requirement that is nothing more than collecting revenue for the immigration department and unnecessarily slows down the entry process to the country.

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    28.05.2022
  • Indonesia Indonesian citizens vaccinated against COVID-19 can travel to the European Union Member Countries without additional entry restrictions, as the EU now recognises vaccination certificates issued by Indonesian authorities as equivalent to those issued by the Member States.

    In a statement issued today, on May 20, the Delegation of the EU to Indonesia and Brunei Darussalam called the move “good news for Indonesian and European travellers.”

    “EU and Indonesia have agreed on the mutual recognition of their COVID vaccine certificates. This means that, when entering the EU or travelling between the EU Member States, holders of the Indonesian vaccine certificate can use it under the same conditions as people holding the EU Digital COVID Certificate (EUDCC),” the statement explains.

    It further points out that people holding the EU Digital COVID Certificate can also enter Indonesia restriction-free.

    According to this delegation, the move is an important step in the joint goal to facilitate safe travel and people mobility in the EU and Indonesia.

    “Indonesian travellers that have not been vaccinated with a vaccine authorised in the EU will still need to check which vaccines are accepted by the respective Member State prior to their travel,” the statement highlights.

    The European Commission had decided to recognise the digital COVID-19 certificates of Indonesia, Seychelles and Vietnam as equivalent to the EU COVID Certificates issued by authorities in EU countries on May 10, this year.

    With the addition of these countries to the scheme, the number of countries and territories part of the EU DCC system has increased to 67, while up until now, over 1.7 million EU COVID certificates have been issued so far.

    The countries connected to the system are Albania, Andorra, Armenia, Benin, Cabo Verde, Colombia, El Salvador, Faroe Islands, Georgia, Israel, Iceland, Indonesia, Jordan, Lebanon, Liechtenstein, Malaysia, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, North Macedonia, Norway, Panama, San Marino, Serbia, Seychelles, Singapore, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Tunisia, Togo, Turkey, Ukraine, the United Arab Emirates, the former EU country – the United Kingdom, Uruguay, Vietnam, and the Vatican.

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    23.05.2022
  • Indonesia Latest news: Authorities lift all quarantine requirements for international travelers (The Diplomat, 22.03.2022). Fully vaccinated international travelers are allowed to visit Bali without quarantine process(Xinhua, 07.03.2022).

    International Restrictions:
    *All travellers: You will need permission from the Indonesian authorities to enter Indonesia.
    With effect from 7 March 2022, Foreign Citizens who are entering Indonesia for tourism purposes can apply for a visa on arrival at a cost of IDR 500,000. This visa is valid for 30 days, and can be extended once (for a maximum of 30 days) by making an application to an immigration office within Indonesia. Ensure that you extend your visa within the initial 30 days to avoid an overstay fine. Visa on arrival is now available at the following airports and seaports:

    Airports:
    • Soekarno Hatta DKI Jakarta
    • Ngurah Rai Bali
    • Kualanamu North Sumatra
    • Juanda East Java
    • Hasanuddin South Sulawesi
    • Sam Ratulangi North Sulawesi
    • Yogyakarta Yogyakarta
    • Hang Nadim Batam, Riau Islands
    • Zainuddin Abdul Majid West Nusa Tenggara
    Seaports:
    • Nongsa Terminal Bahari
    • Riau Island Batam Centre
    • Riau Island Sekupang
    • Riau IslandCitra Tri Tunas Riau Island
    • Marina Teluk Senimba Riau Island
    • Bandar Bentan Telani Lagoi Riau Island
    • Bandar Seri Udana Lobam Riau Island
    • Sri Bintan Pura/Riau Island
    • Tanjung Balai Karimun, Riau Islands
    Foreigners can also apply for a visitor or limited stay visa, including visas on compassionate grounds. The application should be made by a local sponsor to the Director General of Immigration.
    The Indonesian embassy has introduced a new e-visa system. You or your sponsor should submit your visa application online.
    A full list of visas and requirements are available on the Indonesian Immigration website.
    Arriving in Indonesia if you’re fully vaccinated: If you have received a full course of COVID-19 vaccination (at least 2 doses), you can enter Indonesia as follows:
    Those intending to purchase a “visa on arrival” should:
    • install the Peduli Lindungi mobile application
    • show proof of a full course of vaccination (travellers under 18 years old or those who cannot be vaccinated for health reasons are exempt)
    • show proof of full health insurance from an insurance company which is incorporated as a legal entity in Indonesia. Coverage should include COVID-19 treatment.
    • undergo a temperature check upon arrival and, if showing COVID-19 symptoms and / or a temperature above 37.5 degrees, a RT-PCR test. If you test positive, you may be taken to a hospital for treatment or an isolation centre at your own expense. If negative, fully vaccinated travellers can continue their journey.
    Travellers who have received a full course of COVID-19 vaccination and a booster do not need to have antigen/PCR test to travel domestically. Travellers who have not received any booster vaccination may need to show negative antigen/PCR test to travel domestically. Contact your airlines for further details.
    Proof of vaccination status: You must present proof of vaccination status to enter Indonesia and/or to travel domestically within Indonesia.
    You can use the COVID Pass to demonstrate your vaccination record when entering Indonesia. You may need to present both soft and hard copies of your vaccination certificates at various stages of your journey. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
    Vaccine verification: Please note, the Indonesian Government recognises Vaccine certification and verification of your certificates for use on the Peduli Lindungi app is the responsibility of the Government of Indonesia (usually the Ministry of Health authorities on arrival at your port of entry).
    *Arriving in Indonesia if you’re not fully vaccinated: If you’re not fully vaccinated, you will:
    • need to take a RT-PCR upon arrival
    • be vaccinated at the entry point (only for KITAS/KITAP holder and diplomats. Children aged 6 – 17 years old may be required to complete vaccinations by local authorities)
    • partially vaccinated or non-vaccinated travellers will be required to self-quarantine for 5 x 24 hours, with a second RT-PCR before release from isolation
    If you’ve had COVID-19 in the past year: If you have had COVID-19 and recovered within 30 days prior to departure, you are exempt from the requirement to show proof of vaccination and negative RT-PCR prior to departure. However, you will be required to take a RT-PCR test upon arrival and show the recovery certificate from a hospital in your country of origin
    Indonesia’s Directorate General of Immigration (DGI) is no longer automatically extending expired visas or stay permits under COVID-19 emergency arrangements. In country KITAS application is no longer available.
    *KITAS Extension – offshore application: KITAS holders with expiring stay permit but currently outside Indonesia can apply for an extension through a sponsor. The sponsor must submit the application to the immigration office attaching a copy of the passport and proof of leaving Indonesia. The application is submitted without biometric sampling. The sponsor must report the foreigner’s arrival within 30 days.
    *Children and young people: Children aged 12 to 17 follow the same rules as fully or partly vaccinated travellers. Partially vaccinated or unvaccinated 6-17 year olds may be required to complete vaccinations by local authorities. Children aged 5 and under are not required to be vaccinated.
    *If you’re transiting through Indonesia: Transiting is when you pass through one country on the way to your final destination.
    Transiting through Indonesia is permitted for travellers who remain airside. Passengers will need to receive approval from the port health authority before continuing their journey. They should have evidence of their vaccination status, PCR test results and onward flight details ready for inspection
    If you are transiting through Indonesia on your way to another country and will be passing through immigration (sometimes known as a layover), for example to stay in a hotel for a flight the next day, you will need to follow the requirements for a visitor.
    Exemptions: All passengers must be in possession of a health certificate confirming a negative COVID-19 PCR test (swab test) result and proof of vaccination status.
    Exemptions to these rules may apply for:
    • Travellers below 18 years of age if they produce proof of policy from their home country
    • Foreign nationals who cannot be vaccinated due to their medical condition. They must produce a certificate from a medical professional to confirm this.
    • Diplomatic/Service Visa holder for the purposes of a Ministerial/Official visit
    • Active flight or ship crew

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel: Passengers travelling on domestic flights: If you have been fully vaccinated and boosted you can travel without PCR or antigen test, but must provide proof of vaccination status in hard copy and via the Peduli Lindungi App at your check in.
    Those that have been vaccinated twice or boosted can travel domestically without antigen/PCR on presentation of your vaccine certificates in hard copy and through the Peduli Lindungi app to the check in staff.
    If only in receipt of first vaccination, you’ll need a negative PCR test result issued within 72 hours of departure.
    Travellers with special health conditions that prevent vaccination must show a negative PCR test result issued within 72 hours of departure and a letter from their doctor explaining why they cannot be vaccinated.
    Children under 6 years old are not required to produce any test results, but must be travelling with an adult who meets one of the above requirements.
    The test certificate should have a readable barcode or QR code and must be issued by a Ministry of Health approved health facility, a list of which can be found here
    • If the test certificate does not have a QR code an additional PCR test may be required
    • A completed airline travel declaration form where required
    A completed domestic electronic health alert card (e-HAC) which can be found on the Peduli Lindungi app here
    • Travellers who are 12 and above are required to show proof of full vaccination in the form of a certificate on the Peduli Lindungi app. Proof of vaccination for children between the ages of 12 and 16 can be integrated within their parents app
    • Children under 12 must take a PCR test within 72 hours of departure
    • We recommend all passengers check with their airline for the latest information before travelling
    For international air passengers: Passengers who are leaving Indonesia via Jakarta are exempt from showing proof of COVID-19 vaccination if they have no previous travel connection and are leaving directly from Jakarta. Any other passenger must show evidence of COVID-19 vaccination if they have received the vaccine.
    Any passengers who have not received a vaccine, intend to leave Indonesia and need to travel domestically to do so, are exempt from showing vaccine certification subject to the following conditions:
    • they do not leave the airport area during transit
    • they obtain clearance from the Port Health Office at the point of first departure
    • they show a full and valid flight itinerary showing all departure and arrival points
    Travel requirements change frequently, sometimes at short notice. Please consult the Garuda Indonesia website
    for up to date information on testing requirements. Travellers are required to install the Peduli Lindungi app

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    20.05.2022
  • Indonesia Travelers to Indonesia and Bali island are no longer required to have a predeparture PCR-RT test within 48 hours of departure to the country, effective May 18, 2022, per covid task force spokesman.
    Indonesian President Joko Widodo announced on Tuesday (May 17) that the country will no longer require vaccinated travellers from overseas to present a negative COVID-19 test upon entering the country.

    “Domestic and international travellers who are fully vaccinated no longer need to take PCR (polymerase chain reaction) or antigen swab tests,” he announced on the presidential palace’s YouTube channel.

    Speaking at a separate press conference, spokesman for Indonesia’s COVID-19 task force, Wiku Adisasmito said that the new policy will take effect on Wednesday.

    “The instructions will be elaborated in a number of regulations and will be effective on May 18,” he said.

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    19.05.2022
  • Indonesia Latest news: Authorities lift all quarantine requirements for international travelers (The Diplomat, 22.03.2022). Fully vaccinated international travelers are allowed to visit Bali without quarantine process(Xinhua, 07.03.2022).

    International Restrictions:
    *Arriving in Indonesia if you’re fully vaccinated. If you have received a full course of COVID-19 vaccination (at least 2 doses), you can enter Indonesia as follows:
    Those intending to purchase a “visa on arrival” should:
    • install the Peduli Lindungi mobile application
    • show proof of a full course of vaccination (travellers under 18 years old or those who cannot be vaccinated for health reasons are exempt)
    • show proof of a negative RT-PCR test taken maximum 2 x 24 hours prior to departure, which can be checked by a QR code or bar-code. The certificate must be in English
    • show proof of full health insurance from an insurance company which is incorporated as a legal entity in Indonesia. Coverage should include COVID-19 treatment.
    • undergo a temperature check upon arrival and, if showing COVID-19 symptoms and / or a temperature above 37.5 degrees, a RT-PCR test. If you test positive, you may be taken to a hospital for treatment or an isolation centre at your own expense. If negative, fully vaccinated travellers can continue their journey
    Travellers who have received a full course of COVID-19 vaccination and a booster do not need to have antigen/PCR test to travel domestically. Travellers who have not received any booster vaccination may need to show negative antigen/PCR test to travel domestically. Contact your airlines for further details.
    *Proof of vaccination status: You must present proof of vaccination status to enter Indonesia and/or to travel domestically within Indonesia.
    *Arriving in Indonesia if you’re not fully vaccinated. If you’re not fully vaccinated, you will:
    • need to take a RT-PCR upon arrival
    • be vaccinated at the entry point (only for KITAS/KITAP holder and diplomats. Children aged 6 – 17 years old may be required to complete vaccinations by local authorities)
    • partially vaccinated or non-vaccinated travellers will be required to self-quarantine for 5 x 24 hours, with a second RT-PCR taken on day 4
    *If you’ve had COVID-19 in the past year
    If you have had COVID-19 and recovered within 30 days prior to departure, you are exempt from the requirement to show proof of vaccination and negative RT-PCR prior to departure. However, you will be required to take a RT-PCR test upon arrival and show the recovery certificate from a hospital in your country of origin.
    Indonesia’s Directorate General of Immigration (DGI) is no longer automatically extending expired visas or stay permits under COVID-19 emergency arrangements. In country KITAS application is no longer available.
    KITAS Extension – offshore application
    KITAS holders with expiring stay permit but currently outside Indonesia can apply for an extension through a sponsor. The sponsor must submit the application to the immigration office attaching a copy of the passport and proof of leaving Indonesia. The application is submitted without biometric sampling. The sponsor must report the foreigner’s arrival within 30 days. You should arrange to take a private test.
    *Children and young people: Children aged 12 to 17 follow the same rules as fully or partly vaccinated travellers. Partially vaccinated or unvaccinated 6-17 year olds may be required to complete vaccinations by local authorities. Children aged 5 and under are not required to be vaccinated.
    If you’re transiting through Indonesia: Transiting is when you pass through one country on the way to your final destination. Transiting through Indonesia is permitted for travellers who remain airside. Passengers will need to receive approval from the port health authority before continuing their journey. They should have evidence of their vaccination status, PCR test results and onward flight details ready for inspection. If you are transiting through Indonesia on your way to another country and will be passing through immigration (sometimes known as a layover), for example to stay in a hotel for a flight the next day, you will need to follow the requirements for a visitor.
    *Exemptions: All passengers must be in possession of a health certificate confirming a negative COVID-19 PCR test (swab test) result and proof of vaccination status. Exemptions to these rules may apply for:
    • Travellers below 18 years of age if they produce proof of policy from their home country
    • Foreign nationals who cannot be vaccinated due to their medical condition. They must produce a certificate from a medical professional to confirm this.
    • Diplomatic/Service Visa holder for the purposes of a Ministerial/Official visit
    • Active flight or ship crew

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel: With immediate effect, passengers travelling on domestic flights will need: if fully vaccinated and boosted: Proof of vaccination status in hard copy and via the Peduli Lindungi App.
    If vaccinated with full course but no booster: you must present a negative Rapid Antigen Test result issued less than 24 hours or a negative PCR test result issued 72 hours before departure.
    If only in receipt of first vaccination: A negative PCR test result issued within 72 hours of departure. Travellers with special health conditions that prevent vaccination must show a negative PCR test result issued within 72 hours of departure and a letter from their doctor explaining why they cannot be vaccinated.
    Children under 6 years old are not required to produce any test results, but must be travelling with an adult who meets one of the above requirements.
    • The test certificate should have a readable barcode or QR code and must be issued by a Ministry of Health approved health facility, a list of which can be found here
    • If the test certificate does not have a QR code an additional PCR test may be required
    • A completed airline travel declaration form where required
    • A completed electronic health alert card (e-HAC) which can be found on the Peduli Lindungi app here
    • Travellers who are 12 and above are required to show proof of full vaccination in the form of a certificate on the Peduli Lindungi app. Proof of vaccination for children between the ages of 12 and 16 can be integrated within their parents app
    • Children under 12 must take a PCR test within 72 hours of departure
    • We recommend all passengers check with their airline for the latest information before travelling
    *For international air passengers: Passengers who are leaving Indonesia via Jakarta are exempt from showing proof of COVID-19 vaccination if they have no previous travel connection and are leaving directly from Jakarta. Any other passenger must show evidence of COVID-19 vaccination if they have received the vaccine.
    Any passengers who have not received a vaccine, intend to leave Indonesia and need to travel domestically to do so, are exempt from showing vaccine certification subject to the following conditions:
    • they do not leave the airport area during transit
    • they obtain clearance from the Port Health Office at the point of first departure
    • they show a full and valid flight itinerary showing all departure and arrival points
    Travel requirements change frequently, sometimes at short notice. Please consult the Garuda Indonesia website for up to date information on testing requirements.
    If you arrive in Bali by sea, a PCR test or negative rapid test with 48 hour validity is required. Travellers are required to install the Peduli Lindungi app.

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    11.05.2022
  • Indonesia Latest news: Authorities lift all quarantine requirements for international travelers (The Diplomat, 22.03.2022). Fully vaccinated international travelers are allowed to visit Bali without quarantine process(Xinhua, 07.03.2022).

    International Restrictions:
    *Arriving in Indonesia if you’re fully vaccinated. If you have received a full course of COVID-19 vaccination (at least 2 doses), you can enter Indonesia as follows:
    Those intending to purchase a “visa on arrival” should:
    • install the Peduli Lindungi mobile application
    • show proof of a full course of vaccination (travellers under 18 years old or those who cannot be vaccinated for health reasons are exempt)
    • show proof of a negative RT-PCR test taken maximum 2 x 24 hours prior to departure, which can be checked by a QR code or bar-code. The certificate must be in English
    • show proof of full health insurance from an insurance company which is incorporated as a legal entity in Indonesia. Coverage should include COVID-19 treatment.
    • undergo a temperature check upon arrival and, if showing COVID-19 symptoms and / or a temperature above 37.5 degrees, a RT-PCR test. If you test positive, you may be taken to a hospital for treatment or an isolation centre at your own expense. If negative, fully vaccinated travellers can continue their journey
    Travellers who have received a full course of COVID-19 vaccination and a booster do not need to have antigen/PCR test to travel domestically. Travellers who have not received any booster vaccination may need to show negative antigen/PCR test to travel domestically. Contact your airlines for further details.
    *Proof of vaccination status: You must present proof of vaccination status to enter Indonesia and/or to travel domestically within Indonesia.
    *Arriving in Indonesia if you’re not fully vaccinated. If you’re not fully vaccinated, you will:
    • need to take a RT-PCR upon arrival
    • be vaccinated at the entry point (only for KITAS/KITAP holder and diplomats. Children aged 6 – 17 years old may be required to complete vaccinations by local authorities)
    • partially vaccinated or non-vaccinated travellers will be required to self-quarantine for 5 x 24 hours, with a second RT-PCR taken on day 4
    *If you’ve had COVID-19 in the past year
    If you have had COVID-19 and recovered within 30 days prior to departure, you are exempt from the requirement to show proof of vaccination and negative RT-PCR prior to departure. However, you will be required to take a RT-PCR test upon arrival and show the recovery certificate from a hospital in your country of origin.
    Indonesia’s Directorate General of Immigration (DGI) is no longer automatically extending expired visas or stay permits under COVID-19 emergency arrangements. In country KITAS application is no longer available.
    KITAS Extension – offshore application
    KITAS holders with expiring stay permit but currently outside Indonesia can apply for an extension through a sponsor. The sponsor must submit the application to the immigration office attaching a copy of the passport and proof of leaving Indonesia. The application is submitted without biometric sampling. The sponsor must report the foreigner’s arrival within 30 days. You should arrange to take a private test.
    *Children and young people: Children aged 12 to 17 follow the same rules as fully or partly vaccinated travellers. Partially vaccinated or unvaccinated 6-17 year olds may be required to complete vaccinations by local authorities. Children aged 5 and under are not required to be vaccinated.
    If you’re transiting through Indonesia: Transiting is when you pass through one country on the way to your final destination. Transiting through Indonesia is permitted for travellers who remain airside. Passengers will need to receive approval from the port health authority before continuing their journey. They should have evidence of their vaccination status, PCR test results and onward flight details ready for inspection. If you are transiting through Indonesia on your way to another country and will be passing through immigration (sometimes known as a layover), for example to stay in a hotel for a flight the next day, you will need to follow the requirements for a visitor.
    *Exemptions: All passengers must be in possession of a health certificate confirming a negative COVID-19 PCR test (swab test) result and proof of vaccination status. Exemptions to these rules may apply for:
    • Travellers below 18 years of age if they produce proof of policy from their home country
    • Foreign nationals who cannot be vaccinated due to their medical condition. They must produce a certificate from a medical professional to confirm this.
    • Diplomatic/Service Visa holder for the purposes of a Ministerial/Official visit
    • Active flight or ship crew

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Indonesia: Emergency public activity restrictions (PPKM) are in place on a rolling basis throughout the whole of Indonesia. Essential services are available, but many public facilities remain closed. It is mandatory to wear a face mask when outside. Criminal sanctions, including deportation or large fines may apply for violations of the restrictions. Partial reopening of essential businesses (50% capacity) is now allowed.
    Public health measures by the Indonesian authorities include restrictions on in-country air travel.
    Accommodation: Some hotels and private rental options continue to be open for business but will be more limited than usual and social distancing measures will be in force.
    Public places and services: Emergency mobility restrictions have been introduced on travel and non-essential services until at least 20 September. Essential services remain accessible.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19 before or after you travel. You will be expected to self-isolate at home for 10 days along with all family members. If you do not have a home in Indonesia, you may be required to isolate in a Government-approved hotel or other quarantine facility where you will need to undergo further testing. You will be expected to bear all costs. These rules are likely to apply equally to minors travelling without parents.

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    05.05.2022
  • Indonesia Jakarta
    TO AVOID THE SPREAD OF COVID-19. ATS COMMUNICATION CHANGED AS FLW : LOWER EAST AND LOWER CENTRE COMBINED WITH TERMINAL EAST ON FREQ 127.90 MHZ TERMINAL WEST COMBINED WITH LOWER NORTH ON FREQ 124.35 MHZ CREATED: 02 Dec 2021 02:12:00 SOURCE: WRRRYNYX
    IN ORDER TO ANTICIPATE AND PREVENT THE SPREAD OF COVID-19, PROVISION OF AERODROME CONTROL SERVICE WITHIN SOEKARNO HATTA TOWER UNIT AS FLW: SERVICE DESIGNATION : TWR 1 AND TWR 2 (COMBINED SECTOR) CALL SIGN : SOEKARNO HATTA TOWER TWO FREQ : 118.2MHZ REF AIP VOL II AIRAC AIP AMDT 90 DATED 23 APR 20 SUBSECTION WIII AD 2.18 CNS123W SEQUENCE CHECK FOR WRRRYNYX A — EXPECTED A2949/21 — RECEIVED A2948/21 CNN038W DUPLICATE NOTAM TRANSACTION ROLLED BACK, RETCODE = 14 CREATED: 01 Dec 2021 15:56:00 SOURCE: WRRRYNYX

    Bali
    TO AVOID THE SPREAD OF COVID 19, OPERATION HOURS OF AD CHANGED TO 2300-1800 RMK : – DOMESTIC FLIGHT OPERATION LIMITED ON 2300-1200 – EXC FOR EMERGENCY FLT, TECHNICAL STOP, CARGO FLT, REPATRIATION, MEDIVAC FLT, HUMANITARIAN FLT, UNITED NATIONS MISSION AND GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN SUSTAINABILITY CREATED: 10 Jan 2022 03:41:00 SOURCE: WRRRYNYX

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    29.04.2022
  • Indonesia Latest news: Authorities lift all quarantine requirements for international travelers (The Diplomat, 22.03.2022). Fully vaccinated international travelers are allowed to visit Bali without quarantine process(Xinhua, 07.03.2022).

    International Restrictions:
    If you’re fully vaccinated: If you’re fully vaccinated, you can enter Indonesia as follows:
    Those intending to buy a “visa on arrival” should:
    • install the Peduli Lindungi mobile application
    • show proof of a full course of vaccination (travellers under 18 years old or those who cannot be vaccinated for health reasons are exempt)
    • show proof of negative RT-PCR test taken maximum 2 x 24 hours prior to departure
    • if needing to self-quarantine, show proof of payment for hotel accommodation
    • if recovered from COVID-19 fewer than 30 days prior to departure, you are exempt from the requirement to show proof of vaccination and negative RT-PCR prior to departure. However, you will be required to take a RT-PCR test upon arrival and show the recovery certificate from a hospital in your country of origin
    • show proof of health insurance from an insurance company which is incorporated as a legal entity in Indonesia, which covers all health financing while in Indonesia.
    • undergo a temperature check upon arrival and, if showing COVID-19 symptoms and / or a temperature above 37.5 degrees, a RT-PCR test. If negative, fully vaccinated travellers can continue their journey
    Those arriving on other visit or limited stay visas should:
    • provide a health certificate confirming a negative COVID-19 PCR test (swab test) result, which can be checked by a QR code or bar-code.
    • From 1 January, your certificate must be issued a maximum of 48 hours prior to your departure for Indonesia. The certificate must be in English
    • download and install the Peduli Lindungi app to perform the e-Hac registration
    • provide a letter stating their willingness to obey Indonesia’s health protocol including quarantine requirements
    • show proof of health insurance from an insurance company which is incorporated as a legal entity in Indonesia, which covers all health financing while in Indonesia.
    • show proof of USD 1500 or equivalent by showing last 3 months bank statements
    • show proof of accommodation including payment (if staying in a hotel)
    • take a PCR test upon arrival at the airport. If you test positive with mild or asymptomatic symptoms on this test, you will be required to isolate at your hotel or place of residence.
    *Fully vaccinated travellers do not need to have antigen/PCR test to travel domestically.
    *Proof of vaccination status: You must present proof that you have been fully vaccinated to enter Indonesia. You will need to present both soft and hard copies of your vaccination certificates at various stages of your journey. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
    *If you’re not fully vaccinated
    If you’re not fully vaccinated, you will:
    • need to take a RT-PCR upon arrival
    • be vaccinated at the entry point (only for children 6 – 17 years old, KITAS/KITAP holder, diplomats)
    • partially vaccinated travellers will be required to self-quarantine for 5 x 24 hours, with a second RT-PCR taken on day 4
    See information on getting a test before entry. If you are unvaccinated you are not allowed to enter Indonesia unless you can produce a doctor’s letter with a statement showing why you cannot be vaccinated. This letter will also be assessed by the Indonesian health authorities before entry is permitted. Contact the Indonesian Embassy in London for further advice before traveling.
    *Quarantine Regulation: If you are fully vaccinated, you will need to take a PCR test upon arrival and wait for the results in your hotel or place of residence. If the test result is positive, you will be referred to a quarantine facility. If the test result is negative, you can continue your journey. For travellers arriving in Bali who wish to continue their journey to other parts of Indonesia, you need to stay at least 4 days in Bali before continuing the journey.
    *If you’ve had COVID-19 in the past year: If you’re not fully vaccinated but have tested positive for COVID-19 in the last year you can still enter Indonesia. You’ll need to show proof of a negative PCR test within 48 hours of arrival and follow the same 7 day quarantine rules and testing requirements that apply to those who are not fully vaccinated and have never had COVID-19.
    Residents of Indonesia
    KITAS Extension – In country application:
    KITAS holders whose stay permit is expiring and are still in Indonesia and cannot return yet to their own country can apply for a visitor visa or a limited stay visa. These documents need to be supplied with the application:
    • a. Letter stating willingness to follow Indonesia’s health protocol
    • b. Proof of health/travel insurance covering covid19 treatment
    • c. The latest stay permit or Exit Permit Only (EPO) for KITAS holder
    • d. Proof of minimum USD 2000 or equivalent from the foreigner or the sponsor in the form of the latest 3 months bank statements
    Those who have received the limited stay visa will be given ITAS (limited/temporary stay permit) within max 7 days by the local immigration office.
    KITAS Extension – offshore application
    KITAS holders with expiring stay permit but currently outside Indonesia can apply for an extension through a sponsor. The sponsor must submit the application to the immigration office attaching a copy of the passport and proof of leaving Indonesia. The application is submitted without biometric sampling. The sponsor must report the foreigner’s arrival within 30 days. You should not use the testing service to get a test in order to facilitate your travel to another country. You should arrange to take a private test.
    *Children and young people: Children aged 12 to 17 follow the same rules as fully or partly vaccinated travellers. Those who have not been vaccinated will be expected to provide proof of policy that children cannot be vaccinated in their home country. Any child between the ages of 6-17, who has not been previously vaccinated, will be vaccinated after their second negative PCR test during the quarantine process. Children aged 5 and under are not required to be vaccinated.
    *If you’re transiting through Indonesia: Transiting is when you pass through one country on the way to your final destination. Transiting through Indonesia is permitted for travellers who remain airside. Passengers will need to receive approval from the port health authority before continuing their journey. They should have evidence of their vaccination status, PCR test results and onward flight details ready for inspection. If you are transiting through Indonesia on your way to another country and will be passing through immigration (sometimes known as a layover), for example to stay in a hotel for a flight the next day, you will need to follow the requirements for a visitor.
    *Exemptions: All passengers must be in possession of a health certificate confirming a negative COVID-19 PCR test (swab test) result and proof that they have received at least two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine. Exemptions to these rules may apply for:
    • Travellers below 18 years of age if they produce prof of policy from their home country
    • Foreign nationals who cannot be vaccinated due to their medical condition. They must produce a certificate from a medical professional to confirm this.
    • Diplomatic/Service Visa holder for the purposes of a Ministerial/Official visit
    • Active flight or ship crew

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Indonesia: Emergency public activity restrictions (PPKM) are in place on a rolling basis throughout the whole of Indonesia. Essential services are available, but many public facilities remain closed. It is mandatory to wear a face mask when outside. Criminal sanctions, including deportation or large fines may apply for violations of the restrictions. Partial reopening of essential businesses (50% capacity) is now allowed.
    Public health measures by the Indonesian authorities include restrictions on in-country air travel.
    Accommodation: Some hotels and private rental options continue to be open for business but will be more limited than usual and social distancing measures will be in force.
    Public places and services: Emergency mobility restrictions have been introduced on travel and non-essential services until at least 20 September. Essential services remain accessible.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19 before or after you travel. You will be expected to self-isolate at home for 10 days along with all family members. If you do not have a home in Indonesia, you may be required to isolate in a Government-approved hotel or other quarantine facility where you will need to undergo further testing. You will be expected to bear all costs. These rules are likely to apply equally to minors travelling without parents.

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    29.04.2022
  • Indonesia The country has today expanded the visa-on-arrival to 17 additional nationalities. VOA is now available to citizens of 60 countries, including all European Union member states.

    Eligible Countries April 28, 2022:
    1. ARGENTINA

    2. AUSTRALIA

    3. AUSTRIA

    4. BELGIUM

    5. BRAZIL

    6. BRUNEI DARUSS.

    7. BULGARIA

    8. CAMBODIA

    9. CANADA

    10. CHINA

    11. CROATIA

    12. CZECH

    13. CYPRUS

    14. DENMARK

    15. EAST TIMOR

    16. ESTONIA

    17. INDIA

    18. IRELAND

    19. ITALY

    20. FINLAND

    21. FRANCE

    22. GERMANY

    23. GREECE

    24. HONG KONG

    25. HUNGARY

    26. JAPAN

    27. LAOS

    28. LATVIA

    29. LITHUANIA

    30. LUXEMBURG

    31. MALAYSIA

    32. MALTA

    33. MEXICO

    34. MYANMAR

    35. NETHERLANDS

    36. NEW ZEALAND

    37. NORWAY

    38. PHILIPPINES

    39. POLAND

    40. PORTUGAL

    41. QATAR

    42. ROMANIA

    43. SAUDI ARABIA

    44. SEYCHELLES

    45. SINGAPORE

    46. SLOVAKIA

    47. SLOVENIA

    48. SOUTH AFRICA

    49. SOUTH KOREA

    50. SPAIN

    51. SWEDEN

    52. SWITZERLAND

    53. TAIWAN

    54. THAILAND

    55. TUNISIA

    56. TURKEY

    57. the UK

    58. THE US

    59. UAE

    60. VIETNAM

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    28.04.2022
  • Indonesia Latest news: Authorities lift all quarantine requirements for international travelers (The Diplomat, 22.03.2022). Fully vaccinated international travelers are allowed to visit Bali without quarantine process(Xinhua, 07.03.2022).

    International Restrictions:
    *All travellers: You will need permission from the Indonesian authorities to enter Indonesia. With effect from 7 March 2022, Foreign who are entering Indonesia via Bali for tourism purposes can apply for a visa on arrival at a cost of IDR 500,000. This visa is valid for 30 days, and can be extended once (for a maximum of 30 days) by making an application to an immigration office within Indonesia. Ensure that you extend your visa within the initial 30 days to avoid an overstay fine.
    Foreigners can also apply for a visitor or limited stay visa, including visas on compassionate grounds. The application should be made by a local sponsor to the Director General of Immigration.
    The Indonesian embassy has introduced a new e-visa system. You or your sponsor should submit your visa application online. A full list of visas is available on the Indonesian Immigration website.
    If you’re fully vaccinated, you can enter Indonesia as follows:
    Those intending to buy a “visa on arrival” should:
    • install the Peduli Lindungi mobile application
    • show proof of a full course of vaccination (travellers under 18 years old or those who cannot be vaccinated for health reasons are exempt)
    • show proof of negative RT-PCR test taken maximum 2 x 24 hours prior to departure
    • if needing to self-quarantine, show proof of payment for hotel accommodation
    • if recovered from COVID-19 fewer than 30 days prior to departure, you are exempt from the requirement to show proof of vaccination and negative RT-PCR prior to departure. However, you will be required to take a RT-PCR test upon arrival and show the recovery certificate from a hospital in your country of origin
    • show proof of health insurance which covers COVID-19 and medevac
    • undergo a temperature check upon arrival and, if showing COVID-19 symptoms and / or a temperature above 37.5 degrees, a RT-PCR test. If negative, fully vaccinated travellers can continue their journey
    Those arriving on other visit or limited stay visas should:
    • provide a health certificate confirming a negative COVID-19 PCR test (swab test) result, which can be checked by a QR code or bar-code. From 1 January, your certificate must be issued a maximum of 48 hours prior to your departure for Indonesia. The certificate must be in English
    • download and install the Peduli Lindungi app to perform the e-Hac registration
    • provide a letter stating their willingness to obey Indonesia’s health protocol including quarantine requirements
    • show proof of health insurance (minimum $25,000)/travel insurance including specific COVID-19 health coverage and a letter stating their willingness to pay for their own treatment should the person be or become infected with COVID-19
    • show proof of USD 1500 or equivalent by showing last 3 months bank statements
    • show proof of accommodation including payment (if staying in a hotel)
    • take a PCR test upon arrival at the airport. If you test positive with mild or asymptomatic symptoms on this test, you will be required to isolate at your hotel or place of residence.
    Fully vaccinated travellers do not need to have antigen/PCR test to travel domestically.
    Proof of vaccination status: You must present proof that you have been fully vaccinated to enter Indonesia.
    You can use the COVID Pass to demonstrate your vaccination record when entering Indonesia. You will need to present both soft and hard copies of your vaccination certificates at various stages of your journey. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
    If you’re not fully vaccinated, you will:
    • need to take a RT-PCR upon arrival
    • be vaccinated at the entry point (only for children 6 – 17 years old, KITAS/KITAP holder, diplomats)
    • partially vaccinated travellers will be required to self-quarantine for 5 x 24 hours, with a second RT-PCR taken on day 4
    If you are unvaccinated you are not allowed to enter Indonesia unless you can produce a doctor’s letter with a statement showing why you cannot be vaccinated. This letter will also be assessed by the Indonesian health authorities before entry is permitted. Contact the Indonesian Embassy in your country for further advice before traveling.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Indonesia: Emergency public activity restrictions (PPKM) are in place on a rolling basis throughout the whole of Indonesia. Essential services are available, but many public facilities remain closed. It is mandatory to wear a face mask when outside. Criminal sanctions, including deportation or large fines may apply for violations of the restrictions. Partial reopening of essential businesses (50% capacity) is now allowed.
    Public health measures by the Indonesian authorities include restrictions on in-country air travel.
    Accommodation: Some hotels and private rental options continue to be open for business but will be more limited than usual and social distancing measures will be in force.
    Public places and services: Emergency mobility restrictions have been introduced on travel and non-essential services until at least 20 September. Essential services remain accessible.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19 before or after you travel. You will be expected to self-isolate at home for 10 days along with all family members. If you do not have a home in Indonesia, you may be required to isolate in a Government-approved hotel or other quarantine facility where you will need to undergo further testing. You will be expected to bear all costs. These rules are likely to apply equally to minors travelling without parents.

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    20.04.2022
  • Indonesia Latest news: Authorities lift all quarantine requirements for international travelers (The Diplomat, 22.03.2022). Fully vaccinated international travelers are allowed to visit Bali without quarantine process(Xinhua, 07.03.2022).

    International Restrictions:
    *All travellers: You will need permission from the Indonesian authorities to enter Indonesia. With effect from 7 March 2022, foreign Citizens who are entering Indonesia via Bali for tourism purposes can apply for a visa on arrival at a cost of IDR 500,000. This visa is valid for 30 days, and can be extended once (for a maximum of 30 days) by making an application to an immigration office within Indonesia. Ensure that you extend your visa within the initial 30 days to avoid an overstay fine.
    Foreigners can also apply for a visitor or limited stay visa, including visas on compassionate grounds. The application should be made by a local sponsor to the Director General of Immigration. The Indonesian embassy has introduced a new e-visa system. You or your sponsor should submit your visa application online.
    A full list of visas is available on the Indonesian Immigration website.
    *If you’re fully vaccinated: If you’re fully vaccinated, you can enter Indonesia as follows: Those arriving on a visa on arrival (currently for Bali only) must
    • provide a health certificate confirming a negative COVID-19 PCR test (swab test) result, which can be checked by a QR code or bar-code. From 1 January, your certificate must be issued a maximum of 48 hours prior to your departure for Indonesia. The certificate must be in English
    • download and install the Peduli Lindungi app to perform the e-Hac registration
    • show proof of a paid stay of a minimum of 4 nights
    • take a PCR test on arrival. If the result is positive, visitors are required to undergo isolation at their hotel/or place of residence. Elderly visitors with comorbidities will be admitted to hospital. If the result is negative, visitors are allowed to continue their holiday.
    • show proof of health insurance (minimum $25,000)/travel insurance including specific COVID-19 health coverage and a letter stating their willingness to pay for their own treatment should the person be or become infected with COVID-19
    Those arriving on other visit or limited stay visas must:
    • provide a health certificate confirming a negative COVID-19 PCR test (swab test) result, which can be checked by a QR code or bar-code. From 1 January, your certificate must be issued a maximum of 48 hours prior to your departure for Indonesia. The certificate must be in English
    • download and install the Peduli Lindungi app to perform the e-Hac registration
    • provide a letter stating their willingness to obey Indonesia’s health protocol including quarantine requirements
    • show proof of health insurance (minimum $25,000)/travel insurance including specific COVID-19 health coverage and a letter stating their willingness to pay for their own treatment should the person be or become infected with COVID-19
    • show proof of USD 1500 or equivalent by showing last 3 months bank statements
    • show proof of accommodation including payment (if staying in a hotel)
    • take a PCR test upon arrival at the airport. If you test positive with mild or asymptomatic symptoms on this test, you will be required to isolate at your hotel or place of residence.
    Fully vaccinated travellers do not need to have antigen/PCR test to travel domestically.
    Proof of vaccination status: You must present proof that you have been fully vaccinated to enter Indonesia. You can use the COVID Pass to demonstrate your vaccination record when entering Indonesia. You will need to present both soft and hard copies of your vaccination certificates at various stages of your journey. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
    If you’re not fully vaccinated: If you’re not fully vaccinated, you’ll need to show proof of a negative PCR test (taken no more than 48 hours before entry) when entering Indonesia. The certificate must be in English.
    If you are unvaccinated you are not allowed to enter Indonesia unless you can produce a doctor’s letter with a statement showing why you cannot be vaccinated. This letter will also be assessed by the Indonesian health authorities before entry is permitted.
    Quarantine Regulation: If you are fully vaccinated, you will need to take a PCR test upon arrival and wait for the results in your hotel or place of residence. If the test result is positive, you will be referred to a quarantine facility. If the test result is negative, you can continue your journey. For travellers arriving in Bali who wish to continue their journey to other parts of Indonesia, you need to stay at least 4 days in Bali before continuing the journey.
    If you’ve had COVID-19 in the past year: If you’re not fully vaccinated but have tested positive for COVID-19 in the last year you can still enter Indonesia. You’ll need to show proof of a negative PCR test within 48 hours of arrival and follow the same 7 day quarantine rules and testing requirements that apply to those who are not fully vaccinated and have never had COVID-19. You can use the COVID Pass to demonstrate proof of COVID-19 recovery when entering Indonesia.
    Residents of Indonesia: KITAS Extension – In country application: KITAS holders whose stay permit is expiring and are still in Indonesia and cannot return yet to their own country can apply for a visitor visa or a limited stay visa. These documents need to be supplied with the application:
    • a. Letter stating willingness to follow Indonesia’s health protocol
    • b. Proof of health/travel insurance covering covid19 treatment
    • c. The latest stay permit or Exit Permit Only (EPO) for KITAS holder
    • d. Proof of minimum USD 2000 or equivalent from the foreigner or the sponsor in the form of the latest 3 months bank statements
    Those who have received the limited stay visa will be given ITAS (limited/temporary stay permit) within max 7 days by the local immigration office.
    KITAS Extension – offshore application: KITAS holders with expiring stay permit but currently outside Indonesia can apply for an extension through a sponsor. The sponsor must submit the application to the immigration office attaching a copy of the passport and proof of leaving Indonesia. The application is submitted without biometric sampling. The sponsor must report the foreigner’s arrival within 30 days. You should arrange to take a private test.
    Children and young people: Children aged 12 to 17 follow the same rules as fully or partly vaccinated travellers. Those who have not been vaccinated will be expected to provide proof of policy that children cannot be vaccinated in their home country. Any child between the ages of 6-17, who has not been previously vaccinated, will be vaccinated after their second negative PCR test during the quarantine process. Children aged 5 and under are not required to be vaccinated.
    *If you’re transiting through Indonesia: Transiting is when you pass through one country on the way to your final destination.
    Transiting through Indonesia is permitted for travellers who remain airside. Passengers will need to receive approval from the port health authority before continuing their journey. They should have evidence of their vaccination status, PCR test results and onward flight details ready for inspection
    If you are transiting through Indonesia on your way to another country and will be passing through immigration (sometimes known as a layover), for example to stay in a hotel for a flight the next day, you will need to follow the requirements for a visitor.
    Exemptions: All passengers must be in possession of a health certificate confirming a negative COVID-19 PCR test (swab test) result and proof that they have received at least two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine.
    Exemptions to these rules may apply for:
    • Travellers below 18 years of age if they produce prof of policy from their home country
    • Foreign nationals who cannot be vaccinated due to their medical condition. They must produce a certificate from a medical professional to confirm this.
    • Diplomatic/Service Visa holder for the purposes of a Ministerial/Official visit
    • Active flight or ship crew.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Indonesia: Emergency public activity restrictions (PPKM) are in place on a rolling basis throughout the whole of Indonesia. Essential services are available, but many public facilities remain closed. It is mandatory to wear a face mask when outside. Criminal sanctions, including deportation or large fines may apply for violations of the restrictions. Partial reopening of essential businesses (50% capacity) is now allowed.
    Public health measures by the Indonesian authorities include restrictions on in-country air travel.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels and private rental options continue to be open for business but will be more limited than usual and social distancing measures will be in force.
    *Public places and services: Emergency mobility restrictions have been introduced on travel and non-essential services until at least 20 September. Essential services remain accessible.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19 before or after you travel. You will be expected to self-isolate at home for 10 days along with all family members. If you do not have a home in Indonesia, you may be required to isolate in a Government-approved hotel or other quarantine facility where you will need to undergo further testing. You will be expected to bear all costs. These rules are likely to apply equally to minors travelling without parents.

    *Passengers travelling on domestic flights will need: Either a negative PCR certificate issued within 72 hours of departure or a negative antigen test taken within 24 hours.
    The certificate should have a readable barcode or QR code and must be issued by a Ministry of Health approved health facility, a list of which can be found here
    • If the certificate does not have a QR code an additional PCR test may be required
    • A completed airline travel declaration form where required
    A completed electronic health alert card (e-HAC) which can be found on the Peduli Lindungi app here
    • Travellers who are 12 and above are required to show proof of full vaccination in the form of a certificate on the Peduli Lindungi app. Proof of vaccination for children between the ages of 12 and 16 can be integrated within their parents app
    • Children under 12 must take a PCR test within 72 hours of departure
    • We recommend all passengers check with their airline for the latest information before travelling
    For international air passengers: Passengers who are leaving Indonesia via Jakarta are exempt from showing proof of COVID-19 vaccination if they have no previous travel connection and are leaving directly from Jakarta. Any other passenger must show evidence of COVID-19 vaccination if they have received the vaccine.
    Any passengers who have not received a vaccine, intend to leave Indonesia and need to travel domestically to do so, are exempt from showing vaccine certification subject to the following conditions:
    • they do not leave the airport area during transit
    • they obtain clearance from the Port Health Office at the point of first departure
    • they show a full and valid flight itinerary showing all departure and arrival points
    Travel requirements change frequently, sometimes at short notice. Please consult the Garuda Indonesia website for up to date information on testing requirements.
    If you arrive in Bali by sea, a PCR test or negative rapid test with 48 hour validity is required.
    Travellers are required to install the Peduli Lindungi app.

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    12.04.2022
  • Indonesia The Indonesia and Bali Government through the Director General of Immigration issues Letter with number IMI-0549.GR.01.01 which has been applied since April 6, 2022 regarding Facility of Immigration in the Framework of Supporting Sustainable Tourism During the Corona Virus Disease 2019 Pandemic. Visa on Arrival (VoA) specifically for tourism (BVKKW/VKSKKW) has been expanded, nine ASEAN countries can enter Jakarta with visa-free visits, while special VKSK tours are given to foreigners from 43 countries.

    19 Immigration Checkpoints (TPI) are appointed as entrances to Indonesia. There are seven airports, eight ports and four Cross-Border Posts designated as entry points for BVKKW/VKSKKW subjects. Tourists cannot enter through other TPIs other than those specified in the Letter if they wish to use these facilities. However, for tourists who want to leave Indonesia, they can go through any TPI.

    To obtain BVKKW or VKSKKW, foreigners must show a valid nationality passport and still valid for at least 6 (six) months, a return ticket or a canal ticket to continue travel to another country, proof of payment for a visa on arrival (for VKSKW), and proof of ownership insurance in accordance with the provisions of the Head of the Covid-19 Task Force.

    In accordance with Government Regulation No. 28 of 2019, the VKSKKW fare is IDR500,000,- Likewise with the extension, IDR500,000. The residence permit originating from the VKSKKW can be extended once for a period of 30 days and carried out at the immigration office according to the area where the foreigner resides while in Indonesia. Residence permits from BVKKW or VKSKKW cannot be transferred together. The holder is also not allowed to apply for an extension of the residence permit through the granting of an onshore visa.

    The following 43 countries can apply for a VoA for tourism: 1. South Africa 2. United States of America 3. Saudi Arabia 4. Argentina 5. Australia 6. Holland 7. Belgium 8. Brazil 9. Brunei Darussalam 10. Denmark 11. Philippines 12. Finland 13. Hungary 14. India 15. English 16. Italy 17. Japan 18. Germany 19. Cambodia 20. Canada 21. South Korea 22. Laos 23. Malaysia 24. Mexico 25. Myanmar 26. Norway 27. France 28. Poland 29. Qatar 30. New Zealand 31. Seychelles 32. Singapore 33. Spain 34. Sweden 35. Switzerland 36. Taiwan 37. Thailand 38. China 39. East Timor 40. Tunisia 41. Turkey 42. United Arab Emirates 43. Vietnamese

    On-Arrival Testing
    This has now been removed for those considered fully vaccinated. Visitors are still required to have a pre-departure PCR-RT test. There is health screening upon arrival, and those higher than 37.5 Celsius temperature are required to take a test.

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    07.04.2022
  • Indonesia Indonesia has decided to drop the arrival Covid-19 test altogether for those who are fully vaccinated. Instead, incoming passengers only need to undergo a health screening and be directed to a Covid-19 PCR-RT test if a high temperature is detected.

    Excerpt from the Indonesia Expat:
    Initially, Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan said that Indonesia’s economic recovery could rise quickly after February. However, he highlighted that the international aviation sector still needs to be improved.

    “International flight capacity is still far from normal. For this reason, the government will take steps. We will relax the overseas travellers’ entry test rules for entering Indonesia so that the number of incoming flights can increase without causing a buildup at the airport,” he said at a press conference on Monday 4th April 2022.

    “Overseas travellers would have to receive full vaccinations then provide a negative PCR test result valid within 48 hours before departure in their home country,” said Hartarto.

    Upon arrival, overseas travellers are still required to go through a health screening process by checking body temperature. Anyone above 37.5 degrees Celsius will immediately be taken for a PCR test by officers whereas those below this body temperature won’t be asked to take a COVID-19 test of any sort.

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    04.04.2022
  • Indonesia Latest news: Authorities lift all quarantine requirements for international travelers (The Diplomat, 22.03.2022). Fully vaccinated international travelers are allowed to visit Bali without quarantine process(Xinhua, 07.03.2022).

    International Restrictions:
    *All travellers: You will need permission from the Indonesian authorities to enter Indonesia. With effect from 7 March 2022, foreign Citizens who are entering Indonesia via Bali for tourism purposes can apply for a visa on arrival at a cost of IDR 500,000. This visa is valid for 30 days, and can be extended once (for a maximum of 30 days) by making an application to an immigration office within Indonesia. Ensure that you extend your visa within the initial 30 days to avoid an overstay fine.
    Foreigners can also apply for a visitor or limited stay visa, including visas on compassionate grounds. The application should be made by a local sponsor to the Director General of Immigration. The Indonesian embassy has introduced a new e-visa system. You or your sponsor should submit your visa application online.
    A full list of visas is available on the Indonesian Immigration website.
    *If you’re fully vaccinated: If you’re fully vaccinated, you can enter Indonesia as follows: Those arriving on a visa on arrival (currently for Bali only) must
    • provide a health certificate confirming a negative COVID-19 PCR test (swab test) result, which can be checked by a QR code or bar-code. From 1 January, your certificate must be issued a maximum of 48 hours prior to your departure for Indonesia. The certificate must be in English
    • download and install the Peduli Lindungi app to perform the e-Hac registration
    • show proof of a paid stay of a minimum of 4 nights
    • take a PCR test on arrival. If the result is positive, visitors are required to undergo isolation at their hotel/or place of residence. Elderly visitors with comorbidities will be admitted to hospital. If the result is negative, visitors are allowed to continue their holiday.
    • show proof of health insurance (minimum $25,000)/travel insurance including specific COVID-19 health coverage and a letter stating their willingness to pay for their own treatment should the person be or become infected with COVID-19
    Those arriving on other visit or limited stay visas must:
    • provide a health certificate confirming a negative COVID-19 PCR test (swab test) result, which can be checked by a QR code or bar-code. From 1 January, your certificate must be issued a maximum of 48 hours prior to your departure for Indonesia. The certificate must be in English
    • download and install the Peduli Lindungi app to perform the e-Hac registration
    • provide a letter stating their willingness to obey Indonesia’s health protocol including quarantine requirements
    • show proof of health insurance (minimum $25,000)/travel insurance including specific COVID-19 health coverage and a letter stating their willingness to pay for their own treatment should the person be or become infected with COVID-19
    • show proof of USD 1500 or equivalent by showing last 3 months bank statements
    • show proof of accommodation including payment (if staying in a hotel)
    • take a PCR test upon arrival at the airport. If you test positive with mild or asymptomatic symptoms on this test, you will be required to isolate at your hotel or place of residence.
    Fully vaccinated travellers do not need to have antigen/PCR test to travel domestically.
    Proof of vaccination status: You must present proof that you have been fully vaccinated to enter Indonesia. You can use the COVID Pass to demonstrate your vaccination record when entering Indonesia. You will need to present both soft and hard copies of your vaccination certificates at various stages of your journey. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
    If you’re not fully vaccinated: If you’re not fully vaccinated, you’ll need to show proof of a negative PCR test (taken no more than 48 hours before entry) when entering Indonesia. The certificate must be in English.
    If you are unvaccinated you are not allowed to enter Indonesia unless you can produce a doctor’s letter with a statement showing why you cannot be vaccinated. This letter will also be assessed by the Indonesian health authorities before entry is permitted.
    Quarantine Regulation: If you are fully vaccinated, you will need to take a PCR test upon arrival and wait for the results in your hotel or place of residence. If the test result is positive, you will be referred to a quarantine facility. If the test result is negative, you can continue your journey. For travellers arriving in Bali who wish to continue their journey to other parts of Indonesia, you need to stay at least 4 days in Bali before continuing the journey.
    If you’ve had COVID-19 in the past year: If you’re not fully vaccinated but have tested positive for COVID-19 in the last year you can still enter Indonesia. You’ll need to show proof of a negative PCR test within 48 hours of arrival and follow the same 7 day quarantine rules and testing requirements that apply to those who are not fully vaccinated and have never had COVID-19. You can use the COVID Pass to demonstrate proof of COVID-19 recovery when entering Indonesia.
    Residents of Indonesia: KITAS Extension – In country application: KITAS holders whose stay permit is expiring and are still in Indonesia and cannot return yet to their own country can apply for a visitor visa or a limited stay visa. These documents need to be supplied with the application:
    • a. Letter stating willingness to follow Indonesia’s health protocol
    • b. Proof of health/travel insurance covering covid19 treatment
    • c. The latest stay permit or Exit Permit Only (EPO) for KITAS holder
    • d. Proof of minimum USD 2000 or equivalent from the foreigner or the sponsor in the form of the latest 3 months bank statements
    Those who have received the limited stay visa will be given ITAS (limited/temporary stay permit) within max 7 days by the local immigration office.
    KITAS Extension – offshore application: KITAS holders with expiring stay permit but currently outside Indonesia can apply for an extension through a sponsor. The sponsor must submit the application to the immigration office attaching a copy of the passport and proof of leaving Indonesia. The application is submitted without biometric sampling. The sponsor must report the foreigner’s arrival within 30 days. You should arrange to take a private test.
    Children and young people: Children aged 12 to 17 follow the same rules as fully or partly vaccinated travellers. Those who have not been vaccinated will be expected to provide proof of policy that children cannot be vaccinated in their home country. Any child between the ages of 6-17, who has not been previously vaccinated, will be vaccinated after their second negative PCR test during the quarantine process. Children aged 5 and under are not required to be vaccinated.
    *If you’re transiting through Indonesia: Transiting is when you pass through one country on the way to your final destination.
    Transiting through Indonesia is permitted for travellers who remain airside. Passengers will need to receive approval from the port health authority before continuing their journey. They should have evidence of their vaccination status, PCR test results and onward flight details ready for inspection
    If you are transiting through Indonesia on your way to another country and will be passing through immigration (sometimes known as a layover), for example to stay in a hotel for a flight the next day, you will need to follow the requirements for a visitor.
    Exemptions: All passengers must be in possession of a health certificate confirming a negative COVID-19 PCR test (swab test) result and proof that they have received at least two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine.
    Exemptions to these rules may apply for:
    • Travellers below 18 years of age if they produce prof of policy from their home country
    • Foreign nationals who cannot be vaccinated due to their medical condition. They must produce a certificate from a medical professional to confirm this.
    • Diplomatic/Service Visa holder for the purposes of a Ministerial/Official visit
    • Active flight or ship crew.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Indonesia: Emergency public activity restrictions (PPKM) are in place on a rolling basis throughout the whole of Indonesia. Essential services are available, but many public facilities remain closed. It is mandatory to wear a face mask when outside. Criminal sanctions, including deportation or large fines may apply for violations of the restrictions. Partial reopening of essential businesses (50% capacity) is now allowed.
    Public health measures by the Indonesian authorities include restrictions on in-country air travel.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels and private rental options continue to be open for business but will be more limited than usual and social distancing measures will be in force.
    *Public places and services: Emergency mobility restrictions have been introduced on travel and non-essential services until at least 20 September. Essential services remain accessible.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19 before or after you travel. You will be expected to self-isolate at home for 10 days along with all family members. If you do not have a home in Indonesia, you may be required to isolate in a Government-approved hotel or other quarantine facility where you will need to undergo further testing. You will be expected to bear all costs. These rules are likely to apply equally to minors travelling without parents.

    *Passengers travelling on domestic flights will need: Either a negative PCR certificate issued within 72 hours of departure or a negative antigen test taken within 24 hours.
    The certificate should have a readable barcode or QR code and must be issued by a Ministry of Health approved health facility, a list of which can be found here
    • If the certificate does not have a QR code an additional PCR test may be required
    • A completed airline travel declaration form where required
    A completed electronic health alert card (e-HAC) which can be found on the Peduli Lindungi app here
    • Travellers who are 12 and above are required to show proof of full vaccination in the form of a certificate on the Peduli Lindungi app. Proof of vaccination for children between the ages of 12 and 16 can be integrated within their parents app
    • Children under 12 must take a PCR test within 72 hours of departure
    • We recommend all passengers check with their airline for the latest information before travelling
    For international air passengers: Passengers who are leaving Indonesia via Jakarta are exempt from showing proof of COVID-19 vaccination if they have no previous travel connection and are leaving directly from Jakarta. Any other passenger must show evidence of COVID-19 vaccination if they have received the vaccine.
    Any passengers who have not received a vaccine, intend to leave Indonesia and need to travel domestically to do so, are exempt from showing vaccine certification subject to the following conditions:
    • they do not leave the airport area during transit
    • they obtain clearance from the Port Health Office at the point of first departure
    • they show a full and valid flight itinerary showing all departure and arrival points
    Travel requirements change frequently, sometimes at short notice. Please consult the Garuda Indonesia website for up to date information on testing requirements.
    If you arrive in Bali by sea, a PCR test or negative rapid test with 48 hour validity is required.
    Travellers are required to install the Peduli Lindungi app.

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    01.04.2022
  • Indonesia Qatar Airways has resumed its flights to Denpasar-Bali, paving the way for another alternative to a direct international flight to the island which is the requirement for the new arrival guidelines.

    This flight will operate four times a week (Sunday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday), leaving Doha at 2:05 am and arriving in Denpasar at 4:55 pm.

    The return flight leaves Denpasar at 1:05 am, arriving in Doha at 5:35 am which is in time for the morning departure bank allowing for most connections.

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    28.03.2022
  • Indonesia Indonesia Welcomes Visitors With Arrival Test & No Quarantine.
    Now, Indonesia has dropped up the follow-up test requirement, and fully vaccinated visitors are only required to wait for the result from a test performed at the airport at their hotel before freely going on their business.

    Visitors to Bali are supposed to book CHSE certified accommodation for the duration of their stays.

    Currently, international arrivals by air are allowed only at the Soekarno-Hatta main international airport outside Jakarta and six other airports: Juanda in East Java; Ngurah Rai in Bali, Hang Nadim in Batam; Raja Haji Fisabilillah in Tanjung Pinang; Sam Ratulangi in Manado and Zainuddin Abdul Madjid in Central Lombok.

    Other than the seven airports, overseas travellers may arrive in Indonesia by sea only via Bali, Batam, Tanjung Pinang, Nunukan in North Kalimantan, and by land via Entikong in West Kalimantan and Motaain in Nusa Tenggara Timur.

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    24.03.2022
  • Indonesia Bloomberg – Indonesia Ends All Quarantine Requirement in Broad Reopening.
    Indonesia is lifting all quarantine rules for fully-vaccinated visitors to end two years of border closure, following its neighbors in easing entry restrictions as Southeast Asia moves past the worst of the omicron wave.

    The government will expand its quarantine-free travels to the rest of the country following a successful two-week trial of the program in Bali, Batam and Bintan islands, where infections have remained low, Tourism Minister Sandiaga Uno said in his weekly briefing on Monday. Arriving visitors are still required to take the Covid-19 test.

    Southeast Asia’s largest economy has steadily chipped away at its remaining virus restrictions, most recently by allowing domestic travelers to board flights without having to present negative test results. Daily coronavirus cases have dropped more than 90% from a mid-February peak, even as deaths remain high, reaching 154 people on Monday.

    “We are now preparing to transition to a new post-pandemic economic order, and we will carry out this normalization in the next few months,” Uno said. “If everything goes smoothly after Eid, then this process will continue so that we can expand our economic activities.”

    Worshipers can carry out religious activities during the upcoming Ramadan fasting month, and people are allowed to travel to their hometowns as long they are fully vaccinated and adhere to the health protocols, said Uno.

    In the past two years, traveling during the month was restricted as it usually resulted in a surge in Covid infections. The annual holiday migration typically sees more than 81 million people head home to regional towns from urban centers in Muslim majority Indonesia and Malaysia.

    Uno also said that the visa-on-arrival program has been expanded to cover a total of 42 countries, effective Monday.

    The Indonesian Government in Bali has confirmed that effective today, March 21, 2022, 20 more nationalities will be eligible for the Visa on Arrival process, bringing the total to 43 since the process has been restarted on March 7th.
    Bali has instituted the Visa on Arrival again to ease entry restrictions while still controlling the flow and restarting the tourism industry that has been decimated during Covid in the last two years.

    You can extend the 30-day visa-on-arrival once for a total maximum of 60 days. Other adjustments are not allowed. Visitors need to have a return ticket as per the usual entry requirement. You also have to arrive directly in Bali from abroad and right now the only option for that is Singapore Airlines.

    Travelers entering Bali under the Visa on Arrival are still required to book a 4 day/3 night stay from a list of CHSE hotels but since last week an Air BnB VILLA booking is also acceptable.

    Bali has instituted the Visa on Arrival again to ease entry restrictions while still controlling the flow and restarting the tourism industry that has been decimated during Covid in the last two years.

    You can extend the 30-day visa-on-arrival once for a total maximum of 60 days. Other adjustments are not allowed. Visitors need to have a return ticket as per the usual entry requirement. You also have to arrive directly in Bali from abroad and right now the only option for that is Singapore Airlines.

    Travelers entering Bali under the Visa on Arrival are still required to book a 4 day/3 night stay from a list of CHSE hotels but since last week an Air BnB VILLA booking is also acceptable.
    42 countries and territories eligible for tourism VoA

    South Africa
    United States of America
    Saudi Arabia
    Argentina
    Australia
    The Netherlands
    Belgium
    Brazil
    Brunei Darussalam
    Denmark
    Philippines
    Finland
    Hungary
    India
    The United Kingdom
    Italy
    Japan
    German
    Cambodia
    Canada
    South Korea
    Laos
    Malaysia
    Mexico
    Myanmar
    Norway
    France
    Poland
    Qatar
    New Zealand
    Seychelles
    Singapore
    Spain
    Sweden
    Switzerland
    Taiwan
    Thailand
    China
    Tunisia
    Turkey
    United Arab Emirates
    Vietnam

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    21.03.2022
  • Indonesia Indonesia has today released two new regulations, one applying for Bali and another one for the rest of Indonesia.

    Visa-on-Arrival is only available through Bali for 23 nationals.
    Visa-on-Arrival eligible nationals:
    Australia
    Brunei
    Cambodia
    Canada
    France
    Germany
    Italy
    Japan
    Laos
    Malaysia
    Myanmar
    Netherlands
    New Zealand
    Philippines
    Qatar
    Singapore
    South Korea
    Thailand
    Turkey
    UAE
    UK
    USA
    Vietnam

    So for the rest of Indonesia, you need to apply for a visa in advance.

    Quarantine (health monitoring) for those arriving in Jakarta is now down to one night if you are considered fully vaccinated (two jabs), but you need to arrange a visa, as visa-on-arrival is not available.

    There is no quarantine for those arriving in Bali, but you need to book CHSE certified hotel for three (could be four) nights and do a second test on day 3. You are free to leave Bali on your fourth day.

    Both require three PCR-RT tests:
    1. Predeparture within 48 hours of departure

    2. At the arrival airport

    3. On the day 3 of your arrival

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    09.03.2022
  • Indonesia It has now officially confirmed that Visa-On-Arrival is available for the following 23 nationals who enter Indonesia through Bali from March 7, 2022.

    You can extend the 30-day visa-on-arrival once for a total maximum of 60 days. Other adjustments are not allowed. Visitors need to have a return ticket, the usual requirement.

    Note that it has not yet officially confirmed that the Warm Up Vacation for these nationals is scrapped, but I expect this to happen in the next few hours.

    What has not yet been also confirmed is that the visitor can move freely within Bali after the first negative test. Then they need to have an additional test on day 3, and if that is negative too, visitors can leave Bali and enter other parts of Indonesia.

    Visa-on-Arrival eligible nationals:
    Australia
    Brunei
    Cambodia
    Canada
    France
    Germany
    Italy
    Japan
    Laos
    Malaysia
    Myanmar
    Netherlands
    New Zealand
    Philippines
    Qatar
    Singapore
    South Korea
    Thailand
    Turkey
    UAE
    UK
    USA
    Vietnam

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    06.03.2022
  • Indonesia Latest news: Authorities decrease quarantine period to three days for inbound travelers who have received COVID-19 booster vaccine (Xinhua, 15.02.2022).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Indonesia: Indonesia is implementing a series of changes to admission for foreign nationals in response to developments in the Covid pandemic. While these are being rolled out, in addition to meeting the categories below, you should reconfirm your eligibility to enter Indonesia with your travel agent/airline and the Indonesian Embassy.
    *Visit Visa: Foreigners can now apply for a visitor or limited stay visa, including visas on compassionate grounds. The application should be made by the sponsor to the Director General of Immigration.
    A full list of visas is available on the Indonesian Immigration website
    The requirements include:
    • a. Proof of full COVID-19 vaccination
    • b. Letter stating willingness to obey Indonesia’s health protocol including quarantine requirements
    • c. Proof of health insurance (minimum $25,000)/travel insurance including specific COVID-19 health coverage and a letter stating willingness to pay for own treatment should the person be or become infected with COVID-19
    • d. Proof of USD 1500 or equivalent by showing last 3 months bank statements
    • e. Proof of accommodation including payment
    Additional entry requirements you must satisfy are:
    • you must be in possession of a health certificate confirming a negative COVID-19 PCR test (swab test) result, which can be checked by a QR code or barcode. From 1 January, your certificate must be issued a maximum of 48 hours prior to your departure for Indonesia. The certificate must be in English
    • evidence of having received two full doses of a COVID-19 vaccine. The following 4 categories are exempt from this requirement:
    • travellers below 18 years old
    • foreign nationals who cannot be vaccinated due to their medical condition. They must show confirmation via a health certificate issued by a medical professional
    • Diplomatic/Service Visa holder for the purposes of a Ministerial/Official visit
    • active flight or ship crew
    Note: Latest Regulation update that foreign nationals aged 12 to 17 and holders of Diplomatic or Service visas who have not been vaccinated may be expected to undergo vaccination during their quarantine period.
    • you are required to download and install the Peduli Lindungi app to perform the e-Hac registration
    • you must submit a letter in English stating that you are willing to enter quarantine facilities for the appropriate period of time based on your vaccination record. Quarantine times are currently 3 x 24 hours if you have received a full course of vaccination or full course of vaccination and a booster. 7 x 24 for those who have not completed a full course of vaccination (i.e. those who have only received the first vaccination in a course of 2). If you are unvaccinated you are not allowed to enter Indonesia unless you can produce a doctor’s letter with a statement showing why you cannot be vaccinated. This letter will also be assessed by the Indonesian health authorities before entry is permitted.
    • you are required to hold valid travel and health insurance that covers your visit
    • you are required to take PCR tests upon arrival at the airport and on the day before quarantine ends. If you test positive with mild or asymptomatic symptoms on test 1, you will be taken to a government isolation hotel – your prepaid quarantine hotel will be refunded. Those who show moderate or severe symptoms will be isolated in a COVID-19 referral hospital and will have to bear all related costs.
    • if your final test is negative, you will be allowed to proceed with your journey. If the final test is positive, you will be referred to hospital at your own expense. If you cannot pay the hospital bills, your sponsor (Ministries, agencies, or state-owned enterprise) supporting your visit can be asked to take responsibility. If you receive a positive COVID-19 result and wish to have another independent test for confirmation, you can do so at your own expense by filling out a form at the Port Health Office or Ministry of Health offices. This independent COVID-19 test can be taken at Cipto Mangunkusumo hospital, Gatot Soebroto hospital, and Raden Said Sukanto Bhayangkara hospital.
    Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: Indonesia will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and proof of COVID-19 vaccination issued in the Crown Dependencies. Both soft and hard copies of your vaccination certificates will be required to be presented at various stages of your journey. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
    *Health certificate: All visitors will also need to present your health certificate showing a negative COVID-19 PCR test result as stipulated above at check-in ahead of any scheduled travel. Failure to present a health certificate may result in your being prevented from boarding the plane, or denied entry or transit in Indonesia. You should comply with any additional screening measures put in place by the authorities.
    More information is available regarding coronavirus in Indonesia via the Ministry of Health.
    *More information: Full details of the travel restrictions for foreign visitors are available in English on Twitter via DitJen Imigrasi
    (@ditjen_imigrasi).

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Indonesia: Emergency public activity restrictions (PPKM) are in place on a rolling basis throughout the whole of Indonesia. Essential services are available, but many public facilities remain closed. It is mandatory to wear a face mask when outside. Criminal sanctions, including deportation or large fines may apply for violations of the restrictions. Partial reopening of essential businesses (50% capacity) is now allowed.
    Public health measures by the Indonesian authorities include restrictions on in-country air travel.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels and private rental options continue to be open for business but will be more limited than usual and social distancing measures will be in force.
    *Public places and services: Emergency mobility restrictions have been introduced on travel and non-essential services until at least 20 September. Essential services remain accessible.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19 before or after you travel. You will be expected to self-isolate at home for 10 days along with all family members. If you do not have a home in Indonesia, you may be required to isolate in a Government-approved hotel or other quarantine facility where you will need to undergo further testing. You will be expected to bear all costs. These rules are likely to apply equally to minors travelling without parents.

    *Passengers travelling on domestic flights will need: Either a negative PCR certificate issued within 72 hours of departure or a negative antigen test taken within 24 hours.
    The certificate should have a readable barcode or QR code and must be issued by a Ministry of Health approved health facility, a list of which can be found here
    • If the certificate does not have a QR code an additional PCR test may be required
    • A completed airline travel declaration form where required
    A completed electronic health alert card (e-HAC) which can be found on the Peduli Lindungi app here
    • Travellers who are 12 and above are required to show proof of full vaccination in the form of a certificate on the Peduli Lindungi app. Proof of vaccination for children between the ages of 12 and 16 can be integrated within their parents app
    • Children under 12 must take a PCR test within 72 hours of departure
    • We recommend all passengers check with their airline for the latest information before travelling
    For international air passengers: Passengers who are leaving Indonesia via Jakarta are exempt from showing proof of COVID-19 vaccination if they have no previous travel connection and are leaving directly from Jakarta. Any other passenger must show evidence of COVID-19 vaccination if they have received the vaccine.
    Any passengers who have not received a vaccine, intend to leave Indonesia and need to travel domestically to do so, are exempt from showing vaccine certification subject to the following conditions:
    • they do not leave the airport area during transit
    • they obtain clearance from the Port Health Office at the point of first departure
    • they show a full and valid flight itinerary showing all departure and arrival points
    Travel requirements change frequently, sometimes at short notice. Please consult the Garuda Indonesia website for up to date information on testing requirements.
    If you arrive in Bali by sea, a PCR test or negative rapid test with 48 hour validity is required.
    Travellers are required to install the Peduli Lindungi app.

    Read more
    03.03.2022
  • Indonesia Indonesia has already allowed visitors from Singapore to enter quarantine free for these two ports, and the expansion of Singapore VTL allows bidirectional travel.

    There is a weekly cap of just 350 passengers from each of the two ports allowed to enter Singapore. They also need to be on specific ferries that only carry passengers entering Singapore quarantine-free. Passengers must apply for a Vaccinated Travel Pass (VTP) if they are not Singaporean or city residents.

    The requirements to enter through ferries are the same as on-air:

    Must be fully vaccinated and carry acceptable proof
    Negative test performed not more than 48 hours before departure + second test within 24 hours of arrival to Singapore
    Arrive on specific designated VTL ferry services

    Read more
    23.02.2022
  • Indonesia Foreign Citizens from all foreign countries who will enter Indonesia, either directly or by transitting in foreign countries, are temporarily prohibited from entering Indonesia unless they meet one of the following criteria:
    Referring to Regulation of Indonesian Ministry of Law and Human Rights Number 34 of 2021. these restrictions are excluded against foreigners holding legal and valid Visa and Stay Permit (consisting of: Service Visa, Diplomatic Visa, Visit Visa, Temporary Stay Visa, Official Stay Permit, Diplomatic Stay Permit, Temporary Stay Permit (KITAS), Permanent Stay Permit (KITAP), foreigners with health and humanitarian purpose (after receiving a recommendation from the ministry/institution that carries out the COVID- 9 handling function), and transportation crew that comes with the conveyance
    Referring to the Travel Corridor Agreement (TCA)
    Obtained a special written consideration/permission from an Indonesian Ministry/Institution
    Delegations of G20 member countries
    Foreigners with tourism purpose may enter Indonesia with the following provisions:
    Entry points only via I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) Bali or Hang Nadim International Airport (BTH) Batam or Raja Haji Fiisabilillah International Airport (TNJ) Tanjung Pinang
    Short Visit Visa holders or other entry permits in accordance with the applicable laws and regulations
    Show proof of health insurance/travel insurance ownership with minimum coverage value of USD25,000 which includes COVID-19 treatment financing
    Proof of booking confirmation and payment of accomodation during stay in Indonesia

    Documents Requirements & Health Protocols
    1 Comply with the health protocols set by the Indonesian government
    2 Show a negative RT-PCR test result which sample taken in the country of origin within a maximum of 2 x 24 hours before departure upon health checks or attach it on the Indonesian eHAC system on the PeduliLindungi App (download for Android / iOS)
    3 Show a complete (full dose) COVID-19 vaccine card/certificate (printed/digital) that has been done minimum 14 days before departure date written in English or origin country language, in a condition where the passenger cannot show a complete COVID-19 card/certificate, then the following rules apply:
    a. Indonesian Citizens (WNI) can enter Indonesia and will be vaccinated upon arrival in Indonesia at the quarantine location
    b. Foreign Citizens (WNA) who meet the following requirements will be vaccinated upon arrival in Indonesia
    Foreigners between 12 – 17 years old
    Diplomatic Stay Permit/Official Stay Permit holders
    Has an invitation from Indonesian Ministry
    Excluded from the mandatory complete COVID-19 vaccine certificate requirements are:
    Indonesian Citizens/Foreigners under 12 years old who meets the following requirements:
    – Accompanied by parent with proof of family relation
    – Show a negative RT-PCR results
    Diplomatic Visa / Official Visa holders related to state visits (min. Minister level) above and their entourage who make official/state visits
    Foreigners who enter Indonesia under the Travel Corridor Arrangement (TCA) scheme, according to the principle of reciprocity while still implementing strict health protocols
    International travelers under 18 years of age
    Indonesian Citizens/Foreigners who are not yet or cannot be vaccinated due to medical reasons based on a statement letter from a medical specialist from a government hospital in their origin country
    4 In the event that international travelers carry out centralized quarantine with self-financing, they are required to show proof of payment confirmation for booking quarantine accommodation from the accommodation provider while staying in Indonesia
    5
    Upon arrival, the passenger must go through an Isotermal Molecular test (NAAT/similiar) or RT-PCR test at the arrival airport in order to determine the health status of international travelers, and are required to undergo centralized quarantine with the following conditions:

    7 x 24 hours for International Traveller who have received the first dose of vaccine
    5 x 24 hours for International Traveller who have received the second dose of vaccine
    3 x 24 hours for International Traveller who have received the third dose of vaccine
    For International Traveler under 18 years of age or 18 years old and in need of special protection, the duration of quarantine follows the provisions imposed on parents or caregivers/travel companions.
    In accordance with the Decree of the Head of the Task Force for Handling COVID-19 concerning Entry Points, Quarantine Places, and RT-PCR Obligations for Indonesian Citizens, International Travelers , namely for the following

    Indonesian Citizens (WNI) with these criteria: Indonesian Migrant Workers (PMI) who return to Indonesia to stay at least 14 days in Indonesia; students; or Government Officials returning from a duty trip; are required to undergo a centralized quarantine designated by the authority at the expense of the Indonesian government
    Indonesian Citizens outside the criteria mentioned in point 5.1. and Foreign Citizens (WNA) including foreign diplomats, (exceptions: the head of the foreign representatives and the family of the head of the foreign representatives) are required to undergo quarantine in a quarantine accommodation that has been certified by the Indonesian Health Ministry at the expense of their own.
    Exempted from the mandatory quarantine are Diplomatic Visa & Official Visa holders, State Visits min. Minister level and their entourage, and foreigners who enter Indonesia under the TCA
    6 Chief of foreign country representatives and their families who are assigned to Indonesia may carry out a self-quarantine at their private residence 7×24 hours for International Traveller who have received the first dose of vaccine or 5×24 hours for International Traveller who have received the full dose of vaccine
    7 In the event where RT-PCR retest upon arrival showed a positive result, medical treatments on a isolation/health facilities based on the symptoms level will be given to Indonesian citizens (WNI) at the Indonesian government expense and Foreign citizens (WNA) at their own expense
    8 In the event where a Foreign Citizen (WNA) is unable to pay for their quarantine and/or medical treatment expenses, then the sponsor-ministry/institution/company that has given consideration/permission for the foreigner to enter the Indonesian territory may be held accountable
    9 On the 4th, 6th and 3rd (morning) day of the quarantine, both Indonesian (WNI) & Foreign Citizens (WNA) must go through another NAAT/RT-PCR test.
    Negative results: the traveler may continue their journey and are recommended to continue 14 days of self-quarantine and keep following the health protocols
    Positive results: medical treatment on a isolation/health facilities based on the symptoms level will be given to Indonesian Citizens at the Indonesian government expense and for Foreign Citizens at their own expense;

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    22.02.2022
  • Indonesia Latest news: Authorities decrease quarantine period to three days for inbound travelers who have received COVID-19 booster vaccine (Xinhua, 15.02.2022).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Indonesia: Indonesia is implementing a series of changes to admission for foreign nationals in response to developments in the Covid pandemic. While these are being rolled out, in addition to meeting the categories below, you should reconfirm your eligibility to enter Indonesia with your travel agent/airline and the Indonesian Embassy.
    Visit Visa: Foreigners can now apply for a visitor or limited stay visa, including visas on compassionate grounds. The application should be made by the sponsor to the Director General of Immigration.A full list of visas is available on the Indonesian Immigration website
    The requirements include:
    • a. Proof of full COVID-19 vaccination
    • b. Letter stating willingness to obey Indonesia’s health protocol including quarantine requirements
    • c. Proof of health insurance (minimum $25,000)/travel insurance including specific COVID-19 health coverage and a letter stating willingness to pay for own treatment should the person be or become infected with COVID-19
    • d. Proof of USD 1500 or equivalent by showing last 3 months bank statements
    • e. Proof of accommodation including payment
    Additional entry requirements you must satisfy are:
    • you must be in possession of a health certificate confirming a negative COVID-19 PCR test (swab test) result, which can be checked by a QR code or barcode. From 1 January, your certificate must be issued a maximum of 48 hours prior to your departure for Indonesia. The certificate must be in English
    • evidence of having received two full doses of a COVID-19 vaccine. The following 4 categories are exempt from this requirement:
    • travellers below 18 years old
    • foreign nationals who cannot be vaccinated due to their medical condition. They must show confirmation via a health certificate issued by a medical professional
    • Diplomatic/Service Visa holder for the purposes of a Ministerial/Official visit
    • active flight or ship crew
    Note: Latest Regulation update that foreign nationals aged 12 to 17 and holders of Diplomatic or Service visas who have not been vaccinated may be expected to undergo vaccination during their quarantine period.
    • you are required to download and install the Peduli Lindungi app to perform the e-Hac registration
    • you must submit a letter in English stating that you are willing to enter quarantine facilities for the appropriate period of time based on your vaccination record. Quarantine times are currently 3 x 24 hours if you have received a full course of vaccination and a booster. 5 x 24 for those who have had a full course of vaccine but no booster and 7 x 24 for those who are unvaccinated.
    • you are required to hold valid travel and health insurance that covers your visit
    • you are required to take PCR tests upon arrival at the airport and on the day before quarantine ends. If you test positive with mild or asymptomatic symptoms on test 1, you will be taken to a government isolation hotel – your prepaid quarantine hotel will be refunded. Those who show moderate or severe symptoms will be isolated in a COVID-19 referral hospital and will have to bear all related costs.
    • if your final test is negative, you will be allowed to proceed with your journey. If the final test is positive, you will be referred to hospital at your own expense. If you cannot pay the hospital bills, your sponsor (Ministries, agencies, or state-owned enterprise) supporting your visit can be asked to take responsibility. If you receive a positive COVID-19 result and wish to have another independent test for confirmation, you can do so at your own expense by filling out a form at the Port Health Office or Ministry of Health offices. This independent COVID-19 test can be taken at Cipto Mangunkusumo hospital, Gatot Soebroto hospital, and Raden Said Sukanto Bhayangkara hospital.
    KITAS Extension – In country application: KITAS holders whose stay permit is expiring and are still in Indonesia and cannot return yet to their own country can apply for a visitor visa or a limited stay visa. These documents need to be supplied with the application:
    • a. Letter stating willingness to follow Indonesia’s health protocol
    • b. Proof of health/travel insurance covering covid19 treatment
    • c. The latest stay permit or Exit Permit Only (EPO) for KITAS holder
    • d. Proof of minimum USD 2000 or equivalent from the foreigner or the sponsor in the form of the latest 3 months bank statements
    Those who have received the limited stay visa will be given ITAS (limited/temporary stay permit) within max 7 days by the local immigration office.
    KITAS Extension – offshore application: KITAS holder with expiring stay permit but currently outside Indonesia can apply for an extension through a sponsor. The sponsor must submit the application to the immigration office attaching a copy of the passport and proof of leaving Indonesia. The application is submitted without biometric sampling. The sponsor must report the foreigner’s arrival within 30 days. You should arrange to take a private test.
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: Indonesia will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and proof of COVID-19 vaccination issued in the Crown Dependencies. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
    *Health certificate: All visitors will also need to present your health certificate showing a negative COVID-19 PCR test result as stipulated above at check-in ahead of any scheduled travel. Failure to present a health certificate may result in your being prevented from boarding the plane, or denied entry or transit in Indonesia. You should comply with any additional screening measures put in place by the authorities.
    More information is available regarding coronavirus in Indonesia via the Ministry of Health.
    More information: Full details of the travel restrictions for foreign visitors are available in English on Twitter via DitJen Imigrasi (@ditjen_imigrasi).

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Indonesia: Emergency public activity restrictions (PPKM) are in place on a rolling basis throughout the whole of Indonesia. Essential services are available, but many public facilities remain closed. It is mandatory to wear a face mask when outside. Criminal sanctions, including deportation or large fines may apply for violations of the restrictions. Partial reopening of essential businesses (50% capacity) is now allowed.
    Public health measures by the Indonesian authorities include restrictions on in-country air travel.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels and private rental options continue to be open for business but will be more limited than usual and social distancing measures will be in force.
    *Public places and services: Emergency mobility restrictions have been introduced on travel and non-essential services until at least 20 September. Essential services remain accessible.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19 before or after you travel. You will be expected to self-isolate at home for 10 days along with all family members. If you do not have a home in Indonesia, you may be required to isolate in a Government-approved hotel or other quarantine facility where you will need to undergo further testing. You will be expected to bear all costs. These rules are likely to apply equally to minors travelling without parents.

    *Passengers travelling on domestic flights will need: Either a negative PCR certificate issued within 72 hours of departure or a negative antigen test taken within 24 hours.
    The certificate should have a readable barcode or QR code and must be issued by a Ministry of Health approved health facility, a list of which can be found here
    • If the certificate does not have a QR code an additional PCR test may be required
    • A completed airline travel declaration form where required
    A completed electronic health alert card (e-HAC) which can be found on the Peduli Lindungi app here
    • Travellers who are 12 and above are required to show proof of full vaccination in the form of a certificate on the Peduli Lindungi app. Proof of vaccination for children between the ages of 12 and 16 can be integrated within their parents app
    • Children under 12 must take a PCR test within 72 hours of departure
    • We recommend all passengers check with their airline for the latest information before travelling
    For international air passengers: Passengers who are leaving Indonesia via Jakarta are exempt from showing proof of COVID-19 vaccination if they have no previous travel connection and are leaving directly from Jakarta. Any other passenger must show evidence of COVID-19 vaccination if they have received the vaccine.
    Any passengers who have not received a vaccine, intend to leave Indonesia and need to travel domestically to do so, are exempt from showing vaccine certification subject to the following conditions:
    • they do not leave the airport area during transit
    • they obtain clearance from the Port Health Office at the point of first departure
    • they show a full and valid flight itinerary showing all departure and arrival points
    Travel requirements change frequently, sometimes at short notice. Please consult the Garuda Indonesia website for up to date information on testing requirements.
    If you arrive in Bali by sea, a PCR test or negative rapid test with 48 hour validity is required.
    Travellers are required to install the Peduli Lindungi app.

    Read more
    21.02.2022
  • Indonesia Indonesia is considering lifting all quarantine requirements for inbound travelers in April, as Covid-19 hospitalizations and fatality rates remain under control despite a resurgence in cases.

    In the mean time, the required quarantine period is reduced to three days from five for incoming travelers who have received a third dose of vaccines starting next week, Luhut Panjaitan, the cabinet minister in charge of the pandemic response in Java and Bali, said in his weekly briefing on Monday. PCR testing requirement will remain in place for those arriving travelers.

    Read more
    16.02.2022
  • Indonesia Latest news: Transport ministry clarifies that foreign tourists are allowed to enter country via Greater Jakarta’s Soekarno-Hatta Airport (Channel News Asia, 07.02.2022).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Indonesia: Indonesia is implementing a series of changes to admission for foreign nationals in response to developments in the Covid pandemic. While these are being rolled out, in addition to meeting the categories below, you should reconfirm your eligibility to enter Indonesia with your travel agent/airline and the Indonesian Embassy.
    *Visit Visa: Foreigners can now apply for a visitor or limited stay visa, including visas on compassionate grounds. The application should be made by the sponsor to the Director General of Immigration.
    A full list of visas is available on the Indonesian Immigration website Tourist visas are not currently available for all foreign Nationals.
    The requirements include:
    • a. Proof of full COVID-19 vaccination
    • b. Letter stating willingness to obey Indonesia’s health protocol including quarantine requirements
    • c. Proof of health insurance (minimum $25,000)/travel insurance including specific COVID-19 health coverage and a letter stating willingness to pay for own treatment should the person be or become infected with COVID-19
    • d. Proof of USD 1500 or equivalent by showing last 3 months bank statements
    • e. Proof of accommodation including payment
    Additional entry requirements you must satisfy are:
    • you must be in possession of a health certificate confirming a negative COVID-19 PCR test (swab test) result, which can be checked by a QR code or barcode. From 1 January, your certificate must be issued a maximum of 48 hours prior to your departure for Indonesia. The certificate must be in English
    • evidence of having received two full doses of a COVID-19 vaccine. The following 4 categories are exempt from this requirement:
    • travellers below 18 years old
    • foreign nationals who cannot be vaccinated due to their medical condition. They must show confirmation via a health certificate issued by a medical professional
    • Diplomatic/Service Visa holder for the purposes of a Ministerial/Official visit
    • active flight or ship crew
    Note: The Latest Regulation update that foreign nationals aged 12 to 17 and holders of Diplomatic or Service visas who have not been vaccinated may be expected to undergo vaccination during their quarantine period.
    • you are required to download and install the Peduli Lindungi app to perform the e-Hac registration
    • you must submit a letter in English stating that you are willing to enter quarantine facilities for a period of 5 x 24 hours if you have received a full dose of vaccination. Those who have not will be required to quarantine for 7 x 24 hours.
    • you are required to hold valid travel and health insurance that covers your visit
    • you are required to take PCR tests upon arrival at the airport and on the day before quarantine ends. If you test positive with mild or asymptomatic symptoms, you will be taken to a government isolation hotel – your prepaid quarantine hotel will be refunded. Those who show moderate or severe symptoms will be isolated in a COVID-19 referral hospital and will have to bear all related costs.
    • if your final test is negative, you will be allowed to proceed with your journey. If the test is positive, you will be referred to hospital at your own expense. If you cannot pay the hospital bills, your sponsor (Ministries, agencies, or state-owned enterprise) supporting your visit can be asked to take responsibility. If you receive a positive COVID-19 result and wish to have another independent test for confirmation, you can do so at your own expense by filling out a form at the Port Health Office or Ministry of Health offices. This independent COVID-19 test can be taken at Cipto Mangunkusumo hospital, Gatot Soebroto hospital, and Raden Said Sukanto Bhayangkara hospital.
    Beware of visa scams by fraudulent visa agents who, having taken your money, may fail to provide a visa or supply the wrong kind. This could result in your overstaying and a fine of IDR 1million/day, detention, deportation and possible re-entry ban. You should use the Indonesian Immigration self-service portal
    KITAS Extension – In country application: KITAS holders whose stay permit is expiring and are still in Indonesia and cannot return yet to their own country can apply for a visitor visa or a limited stay visa. These documents need to be supplied with the application:
    • a. Letter stating willingness to follow Indonesia’s health protocol
    • b. Proof of health/travel insurance covering covid19 treatment
    • c. The latest stay permit or Exit Permit Only (EPO) for KITAS holder
    • d. Proof of minimum USD 2000 or equivalent from the foreigner or the sponsor in the form of the latest 3 months bank statements
    Those who have received the limited stay visa will be given ITAS (limited/temporary stay permit) within max 7 days by the local immigration office.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Indonesia: Emergency public activity restrictions (PPKM) are in place on a rolling basis throughout the whole of Indonesia. Essential services are available, but many public facilities remain closed. It is mandatory to wear a face mask when outside. Criminal sanctions, including deportation or large fines may apply for violations of the restrictions. Partial reopening of essential businesses (50% capacity) is now allowed.
    Public health measures by the Indonesian authorities include restrictions on in-country air travel.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels and private rental options continue to be open for business but will be more limited than usual and social distancing measures will be in force.
    *Public places and services: Emergency mobility restrictions have been introduced on travel and non-essential services until at least 20 September. Essential services remain accessible.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19 before or after you travel. You will be expected to self-isolate at home for 10 days along with all family members. If you do not have a home in Indonesia, you may be required to isolate in a Government-approved hotel or other quarantine facility where you will need to undergo further testing. You will be expected to bear all costs. These rules are likely to apply equally to minors travelling without parents.

    *Passengers travelling on domestic flights will need: Either a negative PCR certificate issued within 72 hours of departure or a negative antigen test taken within 24 hours.
    The certificate should have a readable barcode or QR code and must be issued by a Ministry of Health approved health facility, a list of which can be found here
    • If the certificate does not have a QR code an additional PCR test may be required
    • A completed airline travel declaration form where required
    A completed electronic health alert card (e-HAC) which can be found on the Peduli Lindungi app here
    • Travellers who are 12 and above are required to show proof of full vaccination in the form of a certificate on the Peduli Lindungi app. Proof of vaccination for children between the ages of 12 and 16 can be integrated within their parents app
    • Children under 12 must take a PCR test within 72 hours of departure
    • We recommend all passengers check with their airline for the latest information before travelling
    For international air passengers: Passengers who are leaving Indonesia via Jakarta are exempt from showing proof of COVID-19 vaccination if they have no previous travel connection and are leaving directly from Jakarta. Any other passenger must show evidence of COVID-19 vaccination if they have received the vaccine.
    Any passengers who have not received a vaccine, intend to leave Indonesia and need to travel domestically to do so, are exempt from showing vaccine certification subject to the following conditions:
    • they do not leave the airport area during transit
    • they obtain clearance from the Port Health Office at the point of first departure
    • they show a full and valid flight itinerary showing all departure and arrival points
    Travel requirements change frequently, sometimes at short notice. Please consult the Garuda Indonesia website for up to date information on testing requirements.
    If you arrive in Bali by sea, a PCR test or negative rapid test with 48 hour validity is required.
    Travellers are required to install the Peduli Lindungi app.

    Read more
    07.02.2022
  • Indonesia There has already been a change to what was communicated earlier regarding the 5 X 24 hour (five days) quarantine that would take place upon entering Bali. Potential visitors are now required to purchase a “Warm Up Vacation” package offered by select hotels.

    These hotels have select wings reserved for (quarantine) Warm Up Vacation guests with pools, gyms, and perhaps even beach access (obviously depends on the location). You are not required to stay inside your room or suite for five days but can roam within a specific area.

    Hotel employees, who interact with the “Warm Up Vacation” guests, must live in the property and not be allowed to leave the premises.

    “Warm Up Vacation” certified hotels:
    Grand Hyatt Nusa Dua in Nusa Dua
    Westin Resort in Nusa Dua
    Griya Santrian in Sanur
    Viceroy in Ubud
    Royal Tulip in Jimbaran

    Requirements:
    B211 Visa (you need a local sponsor)
    Can only enter Indonesia via Bali or Riau Islands
    Fully Vaccinated
    PCR-RT test done not more than 48 hours before scheduled departure
    120 hours (5 X 24) of quarantine if fully vaccinated (longer if not)
    PCR-RT tests upon arrival and on day 4
    Health insurance with a minimum of $25,000 coverage that includes Covid-19 care
    Proof of accommodation booking (Warm Up Vacation)and payment for the duration of the intended stay
    5 X 24 hours (five days) quarantine that would take place upon entering Bali. Potential visitors are now required to purchase a “Warm Up Vacation” package offered by select hotels.

    These hotels have select wings reserved for (quarantine) Warm Up Vacation guests with pools, gyms, and perhaps even beach access (obviously depends on the location). You are not required to stay inside your room or suite for five days but can roam within a specific area.

    Read more
    05.02.2022
  • Indonesia Latest news: Bali Island will gradually reopen for all international tourists from 4 February; COVID-19 quarantine for fully vaccinated travelers shortened to five days (Reuters, 31.01.2022).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Indonesia: Indonesia is implementing a series of changes to admission for foreign nationals in response to developments in the Covid pandemic. While these are being rolled out, in addition to meeting the categories below, you should reconfirm your eligibility to enter Indonesia with your travel agent/airline and the Indonesian Embassy. This can be done by contacting the Consular Section of the Indonesian Embassy.
    *Visit Visa: Foreigners can now apply for a visitor or limited stay visa, including visas on compassionate grounds. The application should be made by the sponsor to the Director General of Immigration.
    A full list of visas is available on the Indonesian Immigration website Tourist visas are not currently available for British Nationals.
    The requirements include:
    • a. Proof of full COVID-19 vaccination
    • b. Letter stating willingness to obey Indonesia’s health protocol including quarantine requirements
    • c. Proof of health insurance (minimum $25,000)/travel insurance including specific COVID-19 health coverage and a letter stating willingness to pay for own treatment should the person be or become infected with COVID-19
    • d. Proof of USD 1500 or equivalent by showing last 3 months bank statements
    • e. Proof of accommodation including payment
    Additional entry requirements you must satisfy are:
    • you must be in possession of a health certificate confirming a negative COVID-19 PCR test (swab test) result, which can be checked by a QR code or barcode. From 1 January, your certificate must be issued a maximum of 48 hours prior to your departure for Indonesia. The certificate must be in English
    • evidence of having received two full doses of a COVID-19 vaccine. The following 4 categories are exempt from this requirement:
    • travellers below 18 years old
    • foreign nationals who cannot be vaccinated due to their medical condition. They must show confirmation via a health certificate issued by a medical professional
    • Diplomatic/Service Visa holder for the purposes of a Ministerial/Official visit
    • active flight or ship crew
    Note: Latest Regulation update that foreign nationals aged 12 to 17 and holders of Diplomatic or Service visas who have not been vaccinated may be expected to undergo vaccination during their quarantine period.
    • you are required to download and install the Peduli Lindungi app to perform the e-Hac registration
    • you must submit a letter in English stating that you are willing to enter quarantine facilities for a period of 5 x 24 hours if you have received a full dose of vaccination. Those who have not will be required to quarantine for 7 x 24 hours.
    • you are required to hold valid travel and health insurance that covers your visit
    • you are required to take PCR tests upon arrival at the airport and on the day before quarantine ends. If you test positive with mild or asymptomatic symptoms, you will be taken to a government isolation hotel – your prepaid quarantine hotel will be refunded. Those who show moderate or severe symptoms will be isolated in a COVID-19 referral hospital and will have to bear all related costs.
    • if your final test is negative, you will be allowed to proceed with your journey. If the test is positive, you will be referred to hospital at your own expense. If you cannot pay the hospital bills, your sponsor (Ministries, agencies, or state-owned enterprise) supporting your visit can be asked to take responsibility. If you receive a positive COVID-19 result and wish to have another independent test for confirmation, you can do so at your own expense by filling out a form at the Port Health Office or Ministry of Health offices. This independent COVID-19 test can be taken at Cipto Mangunkusumo hospital, Gatot Soebroto hospital, and Raden Said Sukanto Bhayangkara hospital.
    Beware of visa scams by fraudulent visa agents who, having taken your money, may fail to provide a visa or supply the wrong kind. This could result in your overstaying and a fine of IDR 1million/day, detention, deportation and possible re-entry ban. You should use the Indonesian Immigration self-service portal
    *KITAS Extension – In country application: KITAS holders whose stay permit is expiring and are still in Indonesia and cannot return yet to their own country can apply for a visitor visa or a limited stay visa. These documents need to be supplied with the application:
    • a. Letter stating willingness to follow Indonesia’s health protocol
    • b. Proof of health/travel insurance covering covid19 treatment
    • c. The latest stay permit or Exit Permit Only (EPO) for KITAS holder
    • d. Proof of minimum USD 2000 or equivalent from the foreigner or the sponsor in the form of the latest 3 months bank statements
    Those who have received the limited stay visa will be given ITAS (limited/temporary stay permit) within max 7 days by the local immigration office.
    *KITAS Extension – offshore application: KITAS holder with expiring stay permit but currently outside Indonesia can apply for an extension through a sponsor. The sponsor must submit the application to the immigration office attaching a copy of the passport and proof of leaving Indonesia. The application is submitted without biometric sampling. The sponsor must report the foreigner’s arrival within 30 days.You should arrange to take a private test.
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: Indonesia has not yet confirmed that it will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record. You should follow the entry rules for unvaccinated people. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination.
    *Health certificate: All visitors will also need to present your health certificate showing a negative COVID-19 PCR test result as stipulated above at check-in ahead of any scheduled travel. Failure to present a health certificate may result in your being prevented from boarding the plane, or denied entry or transit in Indonesia. You should comply with any additional screening measures put in place by the authorities.
    More information is available regarding coronavirus in Indonesia via the Ministry of Health
    *More information: Full details of the travel restrictions for foreign visitors are available in English on Twitter via DitJen Imigrasi (@ditjen_imigrasi)

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Indonesia: Emergency public activity restrictions (PPKM) are in place on a rolling basis throughout the whole of Indonesia. Essential services are available, but many public facilities remain closed. It is mandatory to wear a face mask when outside. Criminal sanctions, including deportation or large fines may apply for violations of the restrictions. Partial reopening of essential businesses (50% capacity) is now allowed.
    Public health measures by the Indonesian authorities include restrictions on in-country air travel.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels and private rental options continue to be open for business but will be more limited than usual and social distancing measures will be in force.
    *Public places and services: Emergency mobility restrictions have been introduced on travel and non-essential services until at least 20 September. Essential services remain accessible.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19 before or after you travel. You will be expected to self-isolate at home for 10 days along with all family members. If you do not have a home in Indonesia, you may be required to isolate in a Government-approved hotel or other quarantine facility where you will need to undergo further testing. You will be expected to bear all costs. These rules are likely to apply equally to minors travelling without parents.

    *Passengers travelling on domestic flights will need: Either a negative PCR certificate issued within 72 hours of departure or a negative antigen test taken within 24 hours.
    The certificate should have a readable barcode or QR code and must be issued by a Ministry of Health approved health facility, a list of which can be found here
    • If the certificate does not have a QR code an additional PCR test may be required
    • A completed airline travel declaration form where required
    A completed electronic health alert card (e-HAC) which can be found on the Peduli Lindungi app here
    • Travellers who are 12 and above are required to show proof of full vaccination in the form of a certificate on the Peduli Lindungi app. Proof of vaccination for children between the ages of 12 and 16 can be integrated within their parents app
    • Children under 12 must take a PCR test within 72 hours of departure
    • We recommend all passengers check with their airline for the latest information before travelling
    For international air passengers: Passengers who are leaving Indonesia via Jakarta are exempt from showing proof of COVID-19 vaccination if they have no previous travel connection and are leaving directly from Jakarta. Any other passenger must show evidence of COVID-19 vaccination if they have received the vaccine.
    Any passengers who have not received a vaccine, intend to leave Indonesia and need to travel domestically to do so, are exempt from showing vaccine certification subject to the following conditions:
    • they do not leave the airport area during transit
    • they obtain clearance from the Port Health Office at the point of first departure
    • they show a full and valid flight itinerary showing all departure and arrival points
    Travel requirements change frequently, sometimes at short notice. Please consult the Garuda Indonesia website for up to date information on testing requirements.
    If you arrive in Bali by sea, a PCR test or negative rapid test with 48 hour validity is required.
    Travellers are required to install the Peduli Lindungi app.

    Read more
    04.02.2022
  • Indonesia Singapore Airlines has confirmed that they will start flying to Bali from February 16. Foreign tourists now can visit Bali with a five to seven-night quarantine requirement. Also business visa schemes have allowed visitors wishing to enter Indonesia to do so, but these have come at a price, and you have needed a local visa agent to do the work.

    Read more
    31.01.2022
  • Indonesia Latest news:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Indonesia: Indonesia is implementing a series of changes to admission for foreign nationals in response to developments in the Covid pandemic. While these are being rolled out, in addition to meeting the categories below, you should reconfirm your eligibility to enter Indonesia with your travel agent/airline and the Indonesian Embassy.
    Visit Visa: Foreigners can now apply for a visitor or limited stay visa, including visas on compassionate grounds. The application should be made by the sponsor to the Director General of Immigration.
    A full list of visas is available on the Indonesian Immigration website
    Tourist visas are not currently available for foreign Nationals.
    The requirements include:
    • a. Proof of full COVID-19 vaccination
    • b. Letter stating willingness to obey Indonesia’s health protocol including quarantine requirements
    • c. Proof of health insurance (minimum $100,000)/travel insurance including health coverage and/or letter stating willingness to pay for own treatment should the person be or become infected with COVID-19
    • d. Proof of USD 1500 or equivalent by showing last 3 months bank statements
    Additional entry requirements you must satisfy are:
    • you must be in possession of a health certificate confirming a negative COVID-19 PCR test (swab test) result, which can be checked by a QR code or barcode. From 1 January, your certificate must be issued a maximum of 72 hours prior to your departure for Indonesia. The certificate must be in English
    • evidence of having received two full doses of a COVID-19 vaccine.The following 4 categories are exempt from this requirement:
    • travellers below 18 years old
    • foreign nationals who cannot be vaccinated due to their medical condition. They must show confirmation via a health certificate issued by a medical professional
    • Diplomatic/Service Visa holder for the purposes of a Ministerial/Official visit
    • active flight or ship crew
    *Note: From the latest Regulation update that foreign nationals aged 12 to 17 and holders of Diplomatic or Service visas who have not been vaccinated may be expected to undergo vaccination during their quarantine period.
    • you are required to download and install the Peduli Lindungi app to perform the e-Hac registration
    • you must submit a letter in English stating that you are willing to enter quarantine for a period of at least 7 x 24 hours in quarantine facilities or health service facilities (if testing positive for COVID-19) according to Indonesian health protocols
    • you are required to hold valid travel and health insurance that covers your visit
    • you are required to take a PCR test upon arrival to the airport. If you test positive you will be taken to a government isolation hotel – your prepaid quarantine hotel will be refunded
    • if your final test is negative, you will be allowed to proceed with your journey. If the test is positive, you will be referred to hospital at your own expense. If you cannot pay the hospital bills, your sponsor (Ministries, agencies, or state-owned enterprise) supporting your visit can be asked to take responsibility. If you receive a positive COVID-19 result and wish to have another independent test for confirmation, you can do so at your own expense by filling out a form at the Port Health Office or Ministry of Health offices. This independent COVID-19 test can be taken at Cipto Mangunkusumo hospital, Gatot Soebroto hospital, and Raden Said Sukanto Bhayangkara hospital.
    Beware of visa scams by fraudulent visa agents who, having taken your money, may fail to provide a visa or supply the wrong kind. This could result in your overstaying and a fine of IDR 1million/day, detention, deportation and possible re-entry ban. You should use the Indonesian Immigration self-service portal
    *KITAS Extension – In country application: KITAS holders whose stay permit is expiring and are still in Indonesia and cannot return yet to their own country can apply for a visitor visa or a limited stay visa. These documents need to be supplied with the application:
    • a. Letter stating willingness to follow Indonesia’s health protocol
    • b. Proof of health/travel insurance covering covid19 treatment
    • c. The latest stay permit or Exit Permit Only (EPO) for KITAS holder
    • d. Proof of minimum USD 2000 or equivalent from the foreigner or the sponsor in the form of the latest 3 months bank statements
    Those who have received the limited stay visa will be given ITAS (limited/temporary stay permit) within max 7 days by the local immigration office.
    *KITAS Extension – offshore application: KITAS holder with expiring stay permit but currently outside Indonesia can apply for an extension through a sponsor. The sponsor must submit the application to the immigration office attaching a copy of the passport and proof of leaving Indonesia. The application is submitted without biometric sampling. The sponsor must report the foreigner’s arrival within 30 days. You should arrange to take a private test.
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: Indonesia has not yet confirmed that it will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record. You should follow the entry rules for unvaccinated people. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination.
    *Health certificate: All visitors will also need to present your health certificate showing a negative COVID-19 PCR test result as stipulated above at check-in ahead of any scheduled travel. Failure to present a health certificate may result in your being prevented from boarding the plane, or denied entry or transit in Indonesia. You should comply with any additional screening measures put in place by the authorities.
    More information is available regarding coronavirus in Indonesia via the Ministry of Health.
    *More information: Full details of the travel restrictions for foreign visitors are available in English on Twitter via DitJen Imigrasi (@ditjen_imigrasi).

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Indonesia: Emergency public activity restrictions (PPKM) are in place on a rolling basis throughout the whole of Indonesia. Essential services are available, but many public facilities remain closed. It is mandatory to wear a face mask when outside. Criminal sanctions, including deportation or large fines may apply for violations of the restrictions. Partial reopening of essential businesses (50% capacity) is now allowed.
    Public health measures by the Indonesian authorities include restrictions on in-country air travel.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels and private rental options continue to be open for business but will be more limited than usual and social distancing measures will be in force.
    *Public places and services: Emergency mobility restrictions have been introduced on travel and non-essential services until at least 20 September. Essential services remain accessible.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19 before or after you travel. You will be expected to self-isolate at home for 10 days along with all family members. If you do not have a home in Indonesia, you may be required to isolate in a Government-approved hotel or other quarantine facility where you will need to undergo further testing. You will be expected to bear all costs. These rules are likely to apply equally to minors travelling without parents.

    *Passengers travelling on domestic flights will need: Either a negative PCR certificate issued within 72 hours of departure or a negative antigen test taken within 24 hours.
    The certificate should have a readable barcode or QR code and must be issued by a Ministry of Health approved health facility, a list of which can be found here
    • If the certificate does not have a QR code an additional PCR test may be required
    • A completed airline travel declaration form where required
    A completed electronic health alert card (e-HAC) which can be found on the Peduli Lindungi app here
    • Travellers who are 12 and above are required to show proof of full vaccination in the form of a certificate on the Peduli Lindungi app. Proof of vaccination for children between the ages of 12 and 16 can be integrated within their parents app
    • Children under 12 must take a PCR test within 72 hours of departure
    • We recommend all passengers check with their airline for the latest information before travelling
    For international air passengers: Passengers who are leaving Indonesia via Jakarta are exempt from showing proof of COVID-19 vaccination if they have no previous travel connection and are leaving directly from Jakarta. Any other passenger must show evidence of COVID-19 vaccination if they have received the vaccine.
    Any passengers who have not received a vaccine, intend to leave Indonesia and need to travel domestically to do so, are exempt from showing vaccine certification subject to the following conditions:
    • they do not leave the airport area during transit
    • they obtain clearance from the Port Health Office at the point of first departure
    • they show a full and valid flight itinerary showing all departure and arrival points
    Travel requirements change frequently, sometimes at short notice. Please consult the Garuda Indonesia website for up to date information on testing requirements.
    If you arrive in Bali by sea, a PCR test or negative rapid test with 48 hour validity is required.
    Travellers are required to install the Peduli Lindungi app.

    Read more
    14.01.2022
  • Indonesia Latest news:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Indonesia: Indonesia is implementing a series of changes to admission for foreign nationals in response to developments in the Covid pandemic. While these are being rolled out, in addition to meeting the categories below, you should reconfirm your eligibility to enter Indonesia with your travel agent/airline and the Indonesian Embassy. This can be done by contacting your Consular Section of the Indonesian Embassy.
    Special measures in response to Omicron COVID-19 variant:
    International passengers from the UK who have been in or in transit through the UK in the previous 14 days are currently prohibited from entering Indonesia – subject to the exclusions listed below:
    The restrictions also apply to passengers from South Africa, Botswana, Angola, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Eswatini, Lesotho, Norway, France and Denmark.
    The following are excluded from the restrictions:
    • Official delegates and foreign diplomats serving in Indonesia
    Quarantine for all travellers from the countries above, including those excluded from the restrictions, has been increased to 10 x 24 hours. Any request for discretion to the quarantine period must be submitted at least 7 x 24 hours before arrival.
    *Visit Visa: Foreigners can now apply for a visitor or limited stay visa. The application should be made by the sponsor to the Director General of Immigration.
    A full list of visas is available on the Indonesian Immigration website
    Tourist visas are not currently available for all foreign Nationals including British.
    The requirements include:
    • a. Proof of full COVID-19 vaccination
    • b. Letter stating willingness to obey Indonesia’s health protocol including quarantine requirements
    • c. Proof of health insurance (minimum $100,000)/travel insurance including health coverage and/or letter stating willingness to pay for own treatment should the person be or become infected with COVID-19
    • d. Proof of USD 1500 or equivalent by showing last 3 months bank statements
    Note: Beware of visa scams by fraudulent visa agents who, having taken your money, may fail to provide a visa or supply the wrong kind. This could result in your overstaying and a fine of IDR 1million/day, detention, deportation and possible re-entry ban. You should use the
    Indonesian Immigration self-service portal
    *Visa on compassionate grounds: A single entry visa can be applied for at the Indonesian Embassy on compassionate grounds (i.e. visiting sick family, death of a family member, or health related purpose).
    KITAS Extension – In country application: KITAS holders whose stay permit is expiring and are still in Indonesia and cannot return yet to their own country can apply for a visitor visa or a limited stay visa. These documents need to be supplied with the application:
    • a. Letter stating willingness to follow Indonesia’s health protocol
    • b. Proof of health/travel insurance covering covid19 treatment
    • c. The latest stay permit or Exit Permit Only (EPO) for KITAS holder
    • d. Proof of minimum USD 2000 or equivalent from the foreigner or the sponsor in the form of the latest 3 months bank statements
    Those who have received the limited stay visa will be given ITAS (limited/temporary stay permit) within max 7 days by the local immigration office.
    KITAS Extension – offshore application: KITAS holder with expiring stay permit but currently outside Indonesia can apply for an extension through a sponsor. The sponsor must submit the application to the immigration office attaching a copy of the passport and proof of leaving Indonesia. The application is submitted without biometric sampling. The sponsor must report the foreigner’s arrival within 30 days.
    Additional entry requirements you must satisfy are:
    • you must be in possession of a health certificate confirming a negative COVID-19 PCR test (swab test) result, which can be checked by a QR code or barcode. From 1 January, your certificate must be issued a maximum of 72 hours prior to your departure for Indonesia. The certificate must be in English
    • evidence of having received two full doses of a COVID-19 vaccine. The following 4 categories are exempt from this requirement:
    • travellers below 18 years old
    • foreign nationals who cannot be vaccinated due to their medical condition. They must show confirmation via a health certificate issued by a medical professional
    • Diplomatic/Service Visa holder for the purposes of a Ministerial/Official visit
    • active flight or ship crew
    Latest Regulation update that foreign nationals aged 12 to 17 and holders of Diplomatic or Service visas who have not been vaccinated may be expected to undergo vaccination during their quarantine period.
    • you are required to download and install the Peduli Lindungi app to perform the e-Hac registration
    • you must submit a letter in English stating that you are willing to enter quarantine for a period of at least 10 x 24 hours in quarantine facilities or health service facilities (if testing positive for COVID-19) according to Indonesian health protocols
    • you are required to hold valid travel and health insurance that covers your visit
    • you are required to take a PCR test upon arrival to the airport. If you test positive you will be taken to a government isolation hotel – your prepaid quarantine hotel will be refunded
    • if your final test is negative, you will be allowed to proceed with your journey. If the test is positive, you will be referred to hospital at your own expense. If you cannot pay the hospital bills, your sponsor (Ministries, agencies, or state-owned enterprise) supporting your visit can be asked to take responsibility. If you receive a positive COVID-19 result and wish to have another independent test for confirmation, you can do so at your own expense by filling out a form at the Port Health Office or Ministry of Health offices. This independent COVID-19 test can be taken at Cipto Mangunkusumo hospital, Gatot Soebroto hospital, and Raden Said Sukanto Bhayangkara hospital
    You should arrange to take a private test.
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: Indonesia has not yet confirmed that it will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record. You should follow the entry rules for unvaccinated people. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Indonesia: Emergency public activity restrictions (PPKM) are in place on a rolling basis throughout the whole of Indonesia. Essential services are available, but many public facilities remain closed. It is mandatory to wear a face mask when outside. Criminal sanctions, including deportation or large fines may apply for violations of the restrictions. Partial reopening of essential businesses (50% capacity) is now allowed.
    Public health measures by the Indonesian authorities include restrictions on in-country air travel.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels and private rental options continue to be open for business but will be more limited than usual and social distancing measures will be in force.
    *Public places and services: Emergency mobility restrictions have been introduced on travel and non-essential services until at least 20 September. Essential services remain accessible.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19 before or after you travel. You will be expected to self-isolate at home for 10 days along with all family members. If you do not have a home in Indonesia, you may be required to isolate in a Government-approved hotel or other quarantine facility where you will need to undergo further testing. You will be expected to bear all costs. These rules are likely to apply equally to minors travelling without parents.

    *Passengers travelling on domestic flights will need: Either a negative PCR certificate issued within 72 hours of departure or a negative antigen test taken within 24 hours.
    The certificate should have a readable barcode or QR code and must be issued by a Ministry of Health approved health facility, a list of which can be found here
    • If the certificate does not have a QR code an additional PCR test may be required
    • A completed airline travel declaration form where required
    A completed electronic health alert card (e-HAC) which can be found on the Peduli Lindungi app here
    • Travellers who are 12 and above are required to show proof of full vaccination in the form of a certificate on the Peduli Lindungi app. Proof of vaccination for children between the ages of 12 and 16 can be integrated within their parents app
    • Children under 12 must take a PCR test within 72 hours of departure
    • We recommend all passengers check with their airline for the latest information before travelling
    For international air passengers: Passengers who are leaving Indonesia via Jakarta are exempt from showing proof of COVID-19 vaccination if they have no previous travel connection and are leaving directly from Jakarta. Any other passenger must show evidence of COVID-19 vaccination if they have received the vaccine.
    Any passengers who have not received a vaccine, intend to leave Indonesia and need to travel domestically to do so, are exempt from showing vaccine certification subject to the following conditions:
    • they do not leave the airport area during transit
    • they obtain clearance from the Port Health Office at the point of first departure
    • they show a full and valid flight itinerary showing all departure and arrival points
    Travel requirements change frequently, sometimes at short notice. Please consult the Garuda Indonesia website for up to date information on testing requirements.
    If you arrive in Bali by sea, a PCR test or negative rapid test with 48 hour validity is required.
    Travellers are required to install the Peduli Lindungi app.

    Read more
    07.01.2022
  • Indonesia Latest news: Authorities ban inbound travel from 11 countries, tighten quarantine measures and limit movement on key roads amid COVID-19 Omicron variant concerns (Reuters, 02.12.2021)

    International Restrictions:
    *For international air passengers: Passengers who are leaving Indonesia via Jakarta are exempt from showing proof of COVID-19 vaccination if they have no previous travel connection and are leaving directly from Jakarta. Any other passenger must show evidence of COVID-19 vaccination if they have received the vaccine.
    Any passengers who have not received the vaccine, intend to leave Indonesia and need to travel domestically to do so, are exempt from showing vaccine certification subject to the following conditions:
    • they do not leave the airport area during transit
    • they obtain clearance from the Port Health Office at the point of first departure
    • they show a full and valid flight itinerary showing all departure and arrival points
    Travel requirements change frequently, sometimes at short notice. Please consult the Garuda Indonesia website for up to date information on testing requirements. If you arrive in Bali by sea, a PCR test or negative rapid test with 48 hour validity is required. Travellers are required to install the Peduli Lindungi app.
    *Entry to Indonesia: Indonesia is implementing a series of changes to admission for foreign nationals in response to developments in the Covid pandemic. While these are being rolled out, in addition to meeting the categories below, you should reconfirm your eligibility to enter Indonesia with your travel agent/airline and the Indonesian Embassy.
    *Visit Visa: Foreigners can now apply for a visitor or limited stay visa. The application should be made by the sponsor to the Director General of Immigration. A full list of visas is available on the Indonesian Immigration website
    Tourist visas are not currently available for British Nationals.
    *Special measures in response to Omicron COVID-19 variant: International passengers from the UK who have been in or in transit through the UK in the previous 14 days are currently prohibited from entering Indonesia – subject to the exclusions listed below:
    The restrictions also apply to passengers from South Africa, Botswana, Angola, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Eswatini, Lesotho, Norway and Denmark.
    The following are excluded from the restrictions:
    • Official delegates and foreign diplomats serving in Indonesia
    Travellers who fall within the regulations and provisions of the Ministry of Law & Human Rights Regulation 34 of 2021. This regulation allows entry into Indonesia for those with valid visas or residence permits. Further details can be found here.
    Quarantine for all travellers from the countries above, including those excluded from the restrictions, has been increased to 14 x 24 hours. Any request for discretion to the quarantine period must be submitted at least 7 x 24 hours before arrival.
    *Visa on compassionate grounds: A single entry visa can be applied for at the Indonesian Embassy on compassionate grounds (i.e. visiting sick family, death of a family member, or health related purpose).
    *KITAS Extension – In country application: KITAS holders whose stay permit is expiring and are still in Indonesia and cannot return yet to their own country can apply for a visitor visa or a limited stay visa. These documents need to be supplied with the application:
    • a. Letter stating willingness to follow Indonesia’s health protocol
    • b. Proof of health/travel insurance covering covid19 treatment
    • c. The latest stay permit or Exit Permit Only (EPO) for KITAS holder
    • d. Proof of minimum USD 2000 or equivalent from the foreigner or the sponsor in the form of the latest 3 months bank statements
    Those who have received the limited stay visa will be given ITAS (limited/temporary stay permit) within max 7 days by the local immigration office.
    *KITAS Extension – offshore application: KITAS holder with expiring stay permit but currently outside Indonesia can apply for an extension through a sponsor. The sponsor must submit the application to the immigration office attaching a copy of the passport and proof of leaving Indonesia. The application is submitted without biometric sampling. The sponsor must report the foreigner’s arrival within 30 days.
    Additional entry requirements you must satisfy are:
    • you must be in possession of a health certificate confirming a negative COVID-19 PCR test (swab test) result, which can be checked by a QR code or barcode. From 1 January, your certificate must be issued a maximum of 72 hours prior to your departure for Indonesia. The certificate must be in English
    • evidence of having received two full doses of a COVID-19 vaccine The following 4 categories are exempt from this requirement:
    • travellers below 18 years old
    • foreign nationals who cannot be vaccinated due to their medical condition. They must show confirmation via a health certificate issued by a medical professional
    • Diplomatic/Service Visa holder for the purposes of a Ministerial/Official visit
    • active flight or ship crew
    latest Regulation update that foreign nationals aged 12 to 17 and holders of Diplomatic or Service visas who have not been vaccinated may be expected to undergo vaccination during their quarantine period.
    • you are required to download and install the Peduli Lindungi app to perform the e-Hac registration
    • you must submit a letter in English stating that you are willing to enter quarantine for a period of at least 10 x 24 hours in quarantine facilities or health service facilities (if testing positive for COVID-19) according to Indonesian health protocols
    • you are required to hold valid travel and health insurance that covers your visit
    • you are required to take a PCR test upon arrival to the airport. If you test positive you will be taken to a government isolation hotel – your prepaid quarantine hotel will be refunded
    • if your final test is negative, you will be allowed to proceed with your journey. If the test is positive, you will be referred to hospital at your own expense. If you cannot pay the hospital bills, your sponsor (Ministries, agencies, or state-owned enterprise) supporting your visit can be asked to take responsibility. If you receive a positive COVID-19 result and wish to have another independent test for confirmation, you can do so at your own expense by filling out a form at the Port Health Office or Ministry of Health offices. This independent COVID-19 test can be taken at Cipto Mangunkusumo hospital, Gatot Soebroto hospital, and Raden Said Sukanto Bhayangkara hospital
    You should arrange to take a private test.
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: Indonesia has not yet confirmed that it will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record. You should follow the entry rules for unvaccinated people. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination.
    *Health certificate: All visitors will also need to present your health certificate showing a negative COVID-19 PCR test result as stipulated above at check-in ahead of any scheduled travel. Failure to present a health certificate may result in your being prevented from boarding the plane, or denied entry or transit in Indonesia. You should comply with any additional screening measures put in place by the authorities.
    More information is available regarding coronavirus in Indonesia via the Ministry of Health.
    *More information: Full details of the travel restrictions for foreign visitors are available in English on Twitter via DitJen Imigrasi (@ditjen_imigrasi). For more information, see the announcement on the Indonesian Embassy website

    Internal Restrictions:
    Passengers travelling on domestic flights between 24 December and 2 January will need:
    Either a negative PCR certificate issued within 72 hours of departure or a negative antigen test taken within 24 hours.
    The certificate should have a readable barcode or QR code and must be issued by a Ministry of Health approved health facility, a list of which can be found here
    • If the certificate does not have a QR code an additional PCR test may be required
    • A completed airline travel declaration form where required
    A completed electronic health alert card (e-HAC) which can be found on the Peduli Lindungi app here
    • Travellers who are 12 and above are required to show proof of full vaccination in the form of a certificate on the Peduli Lindungi app. Proof of vaccination for children between the ages of 12 and 16 can be integrated within their parents app
    • Children under 12 must take a PCR test within 72 hours of departure
    • We recommend all passengers check with their airline for the latest information before travelling
    *Travel in Indonesia: Emergency public activity restrictions (PPKM) are in place on a rolling basis throughout the whole of Indonesia. Essential services are available, but many public facilities remain closed. It is mandatory to wear a face mask when outside. Criminal sanctions, including deportation or large fines may apply for violations of the restrictions. Partial reopening of essential businesses (50% capacity) is now allowed. Public health measures by the Indonesian authorities include restrictions on in-country air travel.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels and private rental options continue to be open for business but will be more limited than usual and social distancing measures will be in force.
    *Public places and services: Emergency mobility restrictions have been introduced on travel and non-essential services until at least 20 September. Essential services remain accessible

    Read more
    27.12.2021
  • Indonesia Latest news: Authorities ban inbound travel from 11 countries, tighten quarantine measures and limit movement on key roads amid COVID-19 Omicron variant concerns (Reuters, 02.12.2021)

    International Restrictions:
    *For international air passengers: Passengers who are leaving Indonesia via Jakarta are exempt from showing proof of COVID-19 vaccination if they have no previous travel connection and are leaving directly from Jakarta. Any other passenger must show evidence of COVID-19 vaccination if they have received the vaccine.
    Any passengers who have not received the vaccine, intend to leave Indonesia and need to travel domestically to do so, are exempt from showing vaccine certification subject to the following conditions:
    • they do not leave the airport area during transit
    • they obtain clearance from the Port Health Office at the point of first departure
    • they show a full and valid flight itinerary showing all departure and arrival points
    Travel requirements change frequently, sometimes at short notice. Please consult the Garuda Indonesia website for up to date information on testing requirements. If you arrive in Bali by sea, a PCR test or negative rapid test with 48 hour validity is required. Travellers are required to install the Peduli Lindungi app.
    *Entry to Indonesia: Indonesia is implementing a series of changes to admission for foreign nationals in response to developments in the Covid pandemic. While these are being rolled out, in addition to meeting the categories below, you should reconfirm your eligibility to enter Indonesia with your travel agent/airline and the Indonesian Embassy.
    *Visit Visa: Foreigners can now apply for a visitor or limited stay visa. The application should be made by the sponsor to the Director General of Immigration. A full list of visas is available on the Indonesian Immigration website
    Tourist visas are not currently available for British Nationals.
    *Special measures in response to Omicron COVID-19 variant: International passengers from the following countries are currently prohibited from entering Indonesia: South Africa, Botswana, Hong Kong, Angola, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Eswatini and Lesotho.
    Tourist visas are not currently available for foreign British Nationals.
    The requirements include:
    • a. Proof of full COVID-19 vaccination
    • b. Letter stating willingness to obey Indonesia’s health protocol including quarantine requirements
    • c. Proof of health insurance (minimum $100,000)/travel insurance including health coverage and/or letter stating willingness to pay for own treatment should the person be or become infected with COVID-19
    • d. Proof of USD 1500 or equivalent by showing last 3 months bank statements
    *Visa on compassionate grounds: A single entry visa can be applied for at the Indonesian Embassy on compassionate grounds (i.e. visiting sick family, death of a family member, or health related purpose).
    *KITAS Extension – In country application: KITAS holders whose stay permit is expiring and are still in Indonesia and cannot return yet to their own country can apply for a visitor visa or a limited stay visa. These documents need to be supplied with the application:
    • a. Letter stating willingness to follow Indonesia’s health protocol
    • b. Proof of health/travel insurance covering covid19 treatment
    • c. The latest stay permit or Exit Permit Only (EPO) for KITAS holder
    • d. Proof of minimum USD 2000 or equivalent from the foreigner or the sponsor in the form of the latest 3 months bank statements
    Those who have received the limited stay visa will be given ITAS (limited/temporary stay permit) within max 7 days by the local immigration office.
    *KITAS Extension – offshore application: KITAS holder with expiring stay permit but currently outside Indonesia can apply for an extension through a sponsor. The sponsor must submit the application to the immigration office attaching a copy of the passport and proof of leaving Indonesia. The application is submitted without biometric sampling. The sponsor must report the foreigner’s arrival within 30 days.
    Additional entry requirements you must satisfy are:
    • you must be in possession of a health certificate confirming a negative COVID-19 PCR test (swab test) result, which can be checked by a QR code or barcode. From 1 January, your certificate must be issued a maximum of 72 hours prior to your departure for Indonesia. The certificate must be in English
    • evidence of having received two full doses of a COVID-19 vaccine The following 4 categories are exempt from this requirement:
    • travellers below 18 years old
    • foreign nationals who cannot be vaccinated due to their medical condition. They must show confirmation via a health certificate issued by a medical professional
    • Diplomatic/Service Visa holder for the purposes of a Ministerial/Official visit
    • active flight or ship crew
    latest Regulation update that foreign nationals aged 12 to 17 and holders of Diplomatic or Service visas who have not been vaccinated may be expected to undergo vaccination during their quarantine period.
    • you are required to download and install the Peduli Lindungi app to perform the e-Hac registration
    • you must submit a letter in English stating that you are willing to enter quarantine for a period of at least 10 x 24 hours in quarantine facilities or health service facilities (if testing positive for COVID-19) according to Indonesian health protocols
    • you are required to hold valid travel and health insurance that covers your visit
    • you are required to take a PCR test upon arrival to the airport. If you test positive you will be taken to a government isolation hotel – your prepaid quarantine hotel will be refunded
    • if your final test is negative, you will be allowed to proceed with your journey. If the test is positive, you will be referred to hospital at your own expense. If you cannot pay the hospital bills, your sponsor (Ministries, agencies, or state-owned enterprise) supporting your visit can be asked to take responsibility. If you receive a positive COVID-19 result and wish to have another independent test for confirmation, you can do so at your own expense by filling out a form at the Port Health Office or Ministry of Health offices. This independent COVID-19 test can be taken at Cipto Mangunkusumo hospital, Gatot Soebroto hospital, and Raden Said Sukanto Bhayangkara hospital
    You should arrange to take a private test.
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: Indonesia has not yet confirmed that it will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record. You should follow the entry rules for unvaccinated people. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination.
    *Health certificate: All visitors will also need to present your health certificate showing a negative COVID-19 PCR test result as stipulated above at check-in ahead of any scheduled travel. Failure to present a health certificate may result in your being prevented from boarding the plane, or denied entry or transit in Indonesia. You should comply with any additional screening measures put in place by the authorities.
    More information is available regarding coronavirus in Indonesia via the Ministry of Health.
    *More information: Full details of the travel restrictions for foreign visitors are available in English on Twitter via DitJen Imigrasi (@ditjen_imigrasi). For more information, see the announcement on the Indonesian Embassy website

    Internal Restrictions:
    Passengers travelling on domestic flights between 24 December and 2 January will need:
    Either a negative PCR certificate issued within 72 hours of departure or a negative antigen test taken within 24 hours.
    The certificate should have a readable barcode or QR code and must be issued by a Ministry of Health approved health facility, a list of which can be found here
    • If the certificate does not have a QR code an additional PCR test may be required
    • A completed airline travel declaration form where required
    A completed electronic health alert card (e-HAC) which can be found on the Peduli Lindungi app here
    • Travellers who are 12 and above are required to show proof of full vaccination in the form of a certificate on the Peduli Lindungi app. Proof of vaccination for children between the ages of 12 and 16 can be integrated within their parents app
    • Children under 12 must take a PCR test within 72 hours of departure
    • We recommend all passengers check with their airline for the latest information before travelling
    *Travel in Indonesia: Emergency public activity restrictions (PPKM) are in place on a rolling basis throughout the whole of Indonesia. Essential services are available, but many public facilities remain closed. It is mandatory to wear a face mask when outside. Criminal sanctions, including deportation or large fines may apply for violations of the restrictions. Partial reopening of essential businesses (50% capacity) is now allowed. Public health measures by the Indonesian authorities include restrictions on in-country air travel.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels and private rental options continue to be open for business but will be more limited than usual and social distancing measures will be in force.
    *Public places and services: Emergency mobility restrictions have been introduced on travel and non-essential services until at least 20 September. Essential services remain accessible

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    23.12.2021
  • Indonesia Latest news: Authorities ban inbound travel from 11 countries, tighten quarantine measures and limit movement on key roads amid COVID-19 Omicron variant concerns (Reuters, 02.12.2021)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Indonesia: Indonesia is implementing a series of changes to admission for foreign nationals in response to developments in the Covid pandemic. While these are being rolled out, in addition to meeting the categories below, you should reconfirm your eligibility to enter Indonesia with your travel agent/airline and the Indonesian Embassy.
    *Visit Visa: Foreigners can now apply for a visitor or limited stay visa. The application should be made by the sponsor to the Director General of Immigration. A full list of visas is available on the Indonesian Immigration website
    Tourist visas are not currently available for British Nationals.
    *Special measures in response to Omicron COVID-19 variant: International passengers from the following countries are currently prohibited from entering Indonesia: South Africa, Botswana, Hong Kong, Angola, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Eswatini and Lesotho.
    Tourist visas are not currently available for foreign British Nationals.
    The requirements include:
    • a. Proof of full COVID-19 vaccination
    • b. Letter stating willingness to obey Indonesia’s health protocol including quarantine requirements
    • c. Proof of health insurance (minimum $100,000)/travel insurance including health coverage and/or letter stating willingness to pay for own treatment should the person be or become infected with COVID-19
    • d. Proof of USD 1500 or equivalent by showing last 3 months bank statements
    *Visa on compassionate grounds: A single entry visa can be applied for at the Indonesian Embassy on compassionate grounds (i.e. visiting sick family, death of a family member, or health related purpose).
    *KITAS Extension – In country application: KITAS holders whose stay permit is expiring and are still in Indonesia and cannot return yet to their own country can apply for a visitor visa or a limited stay visa. These documents need to be supplied with the application:
    • a. Letter stating willingness to follow Indonesia’s health protocol
    • b. Proof of health/travel insurance covering covid19 treatment
    • c. The latest stay permit or Exit Permit Only (EPO) for KITAS holder
    • d. Proof of minimum USD 2000 or equivalent from the foreigner or the sponsor in the form of the latest 3 months bank statements
    Those who have received the limited stay visa will be given ITAS (limited/temporary stay permit) within max 7 days by the local immigration office.
    *KITAS Extension – offshore application: KITAS holder with expiring stay permit but currently outside Indonesia can apply for an extension through a sponsor. The sponsor must submit the application to the immigration office attaching a copy of the passport and proof of leaving Indonesia. The application is submitted without biometric sampling. The sponsor must report the foreigner’s arrival within 30 days.
    Additional entry requirements you must satisfy are:
    • you must be in possession of a health certificate confirming a negative COVID-19 PCR test (swab test) result, which can be checked by a QR code or barcode. From 1 January, your certificate must be issued a maximum of 72 hours prior to your departure for Indonesia. The certificate must be in English
    • evidence of having received two full doses of a COVID-19 vaccine The following 4 categories are exempt from this requirement:
    • travellers below 18 years old
    • foreign nationals who cannot be vaccinated due to their medical condition. They must show confirmation via a health certificate issued by a medical professional
    • Diplomatic/Service Visa holder for the purposes of a Ministerial/Official visit
    • active flight or ship crew
    latest Regulation update that foreign nationals aged 12 to 17 and holders of Diplomatic or Service visas who have not been vaccinated may be expected to undergo vaccination during their quarantine period.
    • you are required to download and install the Peduli Lindungi app to perform the e-Hac registration
    • you must submit a letter in English stating that you are willing to enter quarantine for a period of at least 10 x 24 hours in quarantine facilities or health service facilities (if testing positive for COVID-19) according to Indonesian health protocols
    • you are required to hold valid travel and health insurance that covers your visit
    • you are required to take a PCR test upon arrival to the airport. If you test positive you will be taken to a government isolation hotel – your prepaid quarantine hotel will be refunded
    • if your final test is negative, you will be allowed to proceed with your journey. If the test is positive, you will be referred to hospital at your own expense. If you cannot pay the hospital bills, your sponsor (Ministries, agencies, or state-owned enterprise) supporting your visit can be asked to take responsibility. If you receive a positive COVID-19 result and wish to have another independent test for confirmation, you can do so at your own expense by filling out a form at the Port Health Office or Ministry of Health offices. This independent COVID-19 test can be taken at Cipto Mangunkusumo hospital, Gatot Soebroto hospital, and Raden Said Sukanto Bhayangkara hospital
    You should arrange to take a private test.
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: Indonesia has not yet confirmed that it will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record. You should follow the entry rules for unvaccinated people. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination.
    *Health certificate: All visitors will also need to present your health certificate showing a negative COVID-19 PCR test result as stipulated above at check-in ahead of any scheduled travel. Failure to present a health certificate may result in your being prevented from boarding the plane, or denied entry or transit in Indonesia. You should comply with any additional screening measures put in place by the authorities.
    More information is available regarding coronavirus in Indonesia via the Ministry of Health.
    *More information: Full details of the travel restrictions for foreign visitors are available in English on Twitter via DitJen Imigrasi (@ditjen_imigrasi). For more information, see the announcement on the Indonesian Embassy website

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Indonesia: Emergency public activity restrictions (PPKM) are in place on a rolling basis throughout the whole of Indonesia. Essential services are available, but many public facilities remain closed. It is mandatory to wear a face mask when outside. Criminal sanctions, including deportation or large fines may apply for violations of the restrictions. Partial reopening of essential businesses (50% capacity) is now allowed.
    Public health measures by the Indonesian authorities include restrictions on in-country air travel.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels and private rental options continue to be open for business but will be more limited than usual and social distancing measures will be in force.
    *Public places and services: Emergency mobility restrictions have been introduced on travel and non-essential services until at least 20 September. Essential services remain accessible.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19 before or after you travel. You will be expected to self-isolate at home for 10 days along with all family members. If you do not have a home in Indonesia, you may be required to isolate in a Government-approved hotel or other quarantine facility where you will need to undergo further testing. You will be expected to bear all costs. These rules are likely to apply equally to minors travelling without parents.

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    03.12.2021
  • Indonesia Effective 29 November until further notice:
    1. The Indonesian government has extended the quarantine for all international arrivals to 7 days to prevent transmission of new Omicron Covid-19 variant.
    2. Temporary entry suspension for foreigner travellers traveling directly or transit and/or staying or visiting in the following countries within 14 days or more: South Africa, Botswana, Hongkong as well as countries located geographically close to countries where the new variant B.1.1.529 were significantly transmitted in the community such as: Angola, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Eswatini, Lesotho.

    Bali is now open to fully vaccinated passport holders and residents of the countries listed below, flights are NOT yet scheduled.

    For information about flying into Jakarta for International travellers please see information below.

    The current list of countries permitted to arrive directly in Bali are:

    Bahrain
    China
    France
    Hungary
    India
    Italy
    Japan
    Kuwait
    Liechtenstein
    New Zealand
    Norway
    Poland
    Portugal
    Qatar
    Saudi Arabia
    South Korea
    Spain
    Sweden
    United Arab Emirates

    International Travellers
    into Bali

    Valid e-VISA for entry into Indonesia for (Foreign travellers)

    B211A for tourism need to show provide evidence of funds in bank of at at least US$2000 and confirmation and payment receipt from accommodation where they are staying for the duration of trip including quarantine hotel.
    For other visas which are also available please check here . At this all other visa holders will need to clear immigration in Jakarta or Manado.
    Negative PCR test taken within 3 x 24 hours of departure

    Quarantine

    One Dose Vaccinated 7 x 24 hours
    Fully Vaccinated 7 x 24 hours
    For both one dose or fully vaccinated traveller quarantine is in a designated hotel. Click here for list of approved hotels and how to book.

    Confirmed quarantine hotel booking (with QR code from Hotel).

    Downloaded Peduli Lindungi App which includeseHAC

    Proof of full vaccination (physical or digital) in English with second dose at least 14 days before departure

    Foreign travelers are also required to show health insurance/travel insurance coverage up to US$100,000

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    30.11.2021
  • Indonesia Jakarta (ANTARA) – Indonesia has extended its COVID-19 quarantine period for international and Indonesian travelers arriving in the country from three days to one week to anticipate the importation of Omicron variant (B.1.1.529).

    The Indonesian Government’s decision to change its COVID-19 quarantine period for international travelers was disclosed by Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan here Sunday.

    The foreign nationals who had ever traveled to South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Lesotho, Mozambique, Eswatini, Malawi, Angola, Zambia, and Hong Kong (China) within the past 14 days will be denied entry, he added.

    The number of countries affected by Indonesia’s temporary entry ban would periodically be evaluated, said Pandjaitan, who is also deputy head of the National Economic and COVID-19 Recovery Committee (KPC-PEN).

    For Indonesians who return home from abroad but have ever traveled to the countries receiving the temporary entry ban, they will be quarantined for 14 days, he said.

    The new COVID-19 quarantine period for foreign nationals and Indonesian citizens arriving in Indonesia from abroad would have been made effective at one minute after midnight on November 29, 2021, he said.

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    29.11.2021
  • Indonesia Jakarta (ANTARA) – Indonesia has extended its COVID-19 quarantine period for international and Indonesian travelers arriving in the country from three days to one week to anticipate the importation of Omicron variant (B.1.1.529).

    The Indonesian Government’s decision to change its COVID-19 quarantine period for international travelers was disclosed by Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan here Sunday.

    The foreign nationals who had ever traveled to South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Lesotho, Mozambique, Eswatini, Malawi, Angola, Zambia, and Hong Kong (China) within the past 14 days will be denied entry, he added.

    The number of countries affected by Indonesia’s temporary entry ban would periodically be evaluated, said Pandjaitan, who is also deputy head of the National Economic and COVID-19 Recovery Committee (KPC-PEN).

    For Indonesians who return home from abroad but have ever traveled to the countries receiving the temporary entry ban, they will be quarantined for 14 days, he said.

    The new COVID-19 quarantine period for foreign nationals and Indonesian citizens arriving in Indonesia from abroad would have been made effective at one minute after midnight on November 29, 2021, he said.

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    29.11.2021
  • Indonesia Latest news: Authorities will ban entry of travelers from South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Lesotho, Mozambique, Eswatini or Nigeria in the past 14 days and extend quarantine times (Reuters, 28.11.2021)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Indonesia: Indonesia is implementing a series of changes to admission for foreign nationals in response to developments in the Covid pandemic. While these are being rolled out, in addition to meeting the categories below, you should reconfirm your eligibility to enter Indonesia with your travel agent/airline and the Indonesian Embassy.
    *Visit Visa: Foreigners can now apply for a visitor or limited stay visa. The application should be made by the sponsor to the Director General of Immigration.
    A full list of visas is available on the Indonesian Immigration website
    Tourist visas are not currently available for British Nationals.
    The requirements include:
    • a. Proof of full COVID-19 vaccination
    • b. Letter stating willingness to obey Indonesia’s health protocol including quarantine requirements
    • c. Proof of health insurance (minimum $100,000)/travel insurance including health coverage and/or letter stating willingness to pay for own treatment should the person be or become infected with COVID-19
    • d. Proof of USD 1500 or equivalent by showing last 3 months bank statements
    *Visa on compassionate grounds: A single entry visa can be applied for at the Indonesian Embassy on compassionate grounds (i.e. visiting sick family, death of a family member, or health related purpose).
    *KITAS Extension – In country application: KITAS holders whose stay permit is expiring and are still in Indonesia and cannot return yet to their own country can apply for a visitor visa or a limited stay visa. These documents need to be supplied with the application:
    • a. Letter stating willingness to follow Indonesia’s health protocol
    • b. Proof of health/travel insurance covering covid19 treatment
    • c. The latest stay permit or Exit Permit Only (EPO) for KITAS holder
    • d. Proof of minimum USD 2000 or equivalent from the foreigner or the sponsor in the form of the latest 3 months bank statements
    Those who have received the limited stay visa will be given ITAS (limited/temporary stay permit) within max 7 days by the local immigration office.
    *KITAS Extension – offshore application: KITAS holder with expiring stay permit but currently outside Indonesia can apply for an extension through a sponsor. The sponsor must submit the application to the immigration office attaching a copy of the passport and proof of leaving Indonesia. The application is submitted without biometric sampling. The sponsor must report the foreigner’s arrival within 30 days.
    Additional entry requirements you must satisfy are:
    • you must be in possession of a health certificate confirming a negative COVID-19 PCR test (swab test) result, which can be checked by a QR code or barcode. From 1 January, your certificate must be issued a maximum of 72 hours prior to your departure for Indonesia. The certificate must be in English
    • evidence of having received two full doses of a COVID-19 vaccine. The following 4 categories are exempt from this requirement:
    • travellers below 18 years old
    • foreign nationals who cannot be vaccinated due to their medical condition. They must show confirmation via a health certificate issued by a medical professional
    • Diplomatic/Service Visa holder for the purposes of a Ministerial/Official visit
    • active flight or ship crew
    From the latest Regulation update that foreign nationals aged 12 to 17 and holders of Diplomatic or Service visas who have not been vaccinated may be expected to undergo vaccination during their quarantine period.
    • you are required to download and install the Peduli Lindungi app to perform the e-Hac registration
    • you must submit a letter in English stating that you are willing to enter quarantine for a period of at least 7 x 24 hours in quarantine facilities or health service facilities (if testing positive for COVID-19) according to Indonesian health protocols
    • you are required to hold valid travel and health insurance that covers your visit
    • you are required to take a PCR test upon arrival to the airport. If you test positive you will be taken to a government isolation hotel – your prepaid quarantine hotel will be refunded
    • if your final test is negative, you will be allowed to proceed with your journey. If the test is positive, you will be referred to hospital at your own expense. If you cannot pay the hospital bills, your sponsor (Ministries, agencies, or state-owned enterprise) supporting your visit can be asked to take responsibility. If you receive a positive COVID-19 result and wish to have another independent test for confirmation, you can do so at your own expense by filling out a form at the Port Health Office or Ministry of Health offices. This independent COVID-19 test can be taken at Cipto Mangunkusumo hospital, Gatot Soebroto hospital, and Raden Said Sukanto Bhayangkara hospital
    You should arrange to take a private test.
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: Indonesia has not yet confirmed that it will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record. You should follow the entry rules for unvaccinated people. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination.
    *Health certificate: All visitors will also need to present your health certificate showing a negative COVID-19 PCR test result as stipulated above at check-in ahead of any scheduled travel. Failure to present a health certificate may result in your being prevented from boarding the plane, or denied entry or transit in Indonesia. You should comply with any additional screening measures put in place by the authorities.
    More information is available regarding coronavirus in Indonesia via the Ministry of Health.
    *More information: Full details of the travel restrictions for foreign visitors are available in English on Twitter via DitJen Imigrasi (@ditjen_imigrasi). For more information, see the announcement on the Indonesian Embassy website

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Indonesia: Emergency public activity restrictions (PPKM) are in place on a rolling basis throughout the whole of Indonesia. Essential services are available, but many public facilities remain closed. It is mandatory to wear a face mask when outside. Criminal sanctions, including deportation or large fines may apply for violations of the restrictions. Partial reopening of essential businesses (50% capacity) is now allowed.
    Public health measures by the Indonesian authorities include restrictions on in-country air travel.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels and private rental options continue to be open for business but will be more limited than usual and social distancing measures will be in force.
    *Public places and services: Emergency mobility restrictions have been introduced on travel and non-essential services until at least 20 September. Essential services remain accessible.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19 before or after you travel. You will be expected to self-isolate at home for 10 days along with all family members. If you do not have a home in Indonesia, you may be required to isolate in a Government-approved hotel or other quarantine facility where you will need to undergo further testing. You will be expected to bear all costs. These rules are likely to apply equally to minors travelling without parents.

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    29.11.2021
  • Indonesia The European Union’s Council has added Indonesia to its list of epidemiologically safe third countries after the country marked a drop in the number of Coronavirus cases in its territory.

    Council’s decision means that now the Member States are advised to remove the entry ban on the residents of Indonesia, both vaccinated and non-vaccinated, as soon as possible.

    “Following a review under the recommendation on the gradual lifting of the temporary restrictions on non-essential travel into the EU, the Council updated the list of countries, special administrative regions and other entities and territorial authorities for which travel restrictions should be lifted. In particular, Indonesia was added to the list,” the Council notes in a press release issued on November 18.

    Thus, starting from the same date, the countries in the EU’s list of safe third countries, for which the Member States should remove entry restrictions for non-essential trips and for unvaccinated travellers as well, consists of the following.

    Argentina
    Australia
    Bahrain
    Canada
    Chile
    Colombia
    Indonesia
    Jordan
    Kuwait
    Namibia
    New Zealand
    Peru
    Qatar
    Rwanda
    Saudi Arabia
    South Korea
    The United Arab Emirates
    Uruguay
    China (subject to confirmation of reciprocity)
    “Travel restrictions should also be gradually lifted for the special administrative regions of China Hong Kong and Macao. Under the category of entities and territorial authorities that are not recognised as states by at least one member state, travel restrictions for Taiwan should also be gradually lifted,” the Council notes.

    It further explains that the residents of the four European Microstates, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino and the Vatican – should be treated as EU residents when it comes to this recommendation.

    Among the main conditions for a country to become part of this list is that the same should register less than 75 cases for 100,000 residents in the prior two weeks before the list is updated. Data by the World Health Organization (WHO) show that Indonesia had less than one case per 100,000 residents in the previous seven days.

    However, WHO has reported much higher rates for some other countries in the EU’s safe list, like Jordan, which in the last seven days reported 177 cases per 100,000 residents. The number is not that different from the number of cases recorded in the United States, 181 cases within seven days per 100,000 residents. Yet, the US is not part of the list.

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    22.11.2021
  • Indonesia Indonesia this past week reduced the mandatory quarantine for fully vaccinated visitors to three days (72 hours) and those having received one shot to four days (96 hours).

    The Indonesian government has decided to reduce the mandatory quarantine period for international travelers, both Indonesian citizens and foreigners, from five to three days, Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs Airlangga Hartarto said on Tuesday.

    “This rule applies to international travelers who have met the requirements, including being fully vaccinated and negative for COVID-19 based on PCR (polymerase chain reaction) test results since their departures, after the arrivals in Indonesia, and at the end of the quarantine period,” Hartarto explained in a press release.

    Meanwhile, domestic travelers who have been fully vaccinated are required to show negative antigen swab test results or PCR tests for those who have received only one shot of vaccines.

    Hartarto emphasized that the COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia is primarily under control as the number of cases continues to decline.

    Indonesia is proposing the establishment of a vaccinated travel lane (VTL) with Australia, said Tourism Minister Sandiaga Uno during a press briefing on Monday.

    To date, visitors from 19 countries, including China, France, New Zealand and the United Arab Emirates, have been allowed to travel to Bali, which is famous for its emerald rice terraces, Hindu temples and white-sand beaches.

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    08.11.2021
  • Indonesia Latest news:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Indonesia: Indonesia is implementing a series of changes to admission for foreign nationals in response to developments in the Covid pandemic. While these are being rolled out, in addition to meeting the categories below, you should reconfirm your eligibility to enter Indonesia with your travel agent/airline and the Indonesian Embassy. This can be done by contacting the Consular Section of the Indonesian Embassy.
    *Visit Visa: Foreigners can now apply for a visitor or limited stay visa. The application should be made by the sponsor to the Director General of Immigration.
    A full list of visas is available at: https://www.imigrasi.go.id/en/permohonan-visa-republik-indonesia-wisata-b211a/
    Tourist visas are not currently available for British Nationals.
    The requirements include:
    • a. Proof of full COVID-19 vaccination
    • b. Letter stating willingness to obey Indonesia’s health protocol including quarantine requirements
    • c. Proof of health insurance (minimum $100,000)/travel insurance including health coverage and/or letter stating willingness to pay for own treatment should the person be or become infected with COVID-19
    • d. Proof of USD 1500 or equivalent by showing last 3 months bank statements
    *Visa on compassionate grounds: A single entry visa can be applied for at the Indonesian Embassy on compassionate grounds (i.e. visiting sick family, death of a family member, or health related purpose).
    *KITAS Extension – In country application: KITAS holders whose stay permit is expiring and are still in Indonesia and cannot return yet to their own country can apply for a visitor visa or a limited stay visa. These documents need to be supplied with the application:
    • a. Letter stating willingness to follow Indonesia’s health protocol
    • b. Proof of health/travel insurance covering covid19 treatment
    • c. The latest stay permit or Exit Permit Only (EPO) for KITAS holder
    • d. Proof of minimum USD 2000 or equivalent from the foreigner or the sponsor in the form of the latest 3 months bank statements
    Those who have received the limited stay visa will be given ITAS (limited/temporary stay permit) within max 7 days by the local immigration office.
    *KITAS Extension – offshore application: KITAS holder with expiring stay permit but currently outside Indonesia can apply for an extension through a sponsor. The sponsor must submit the application to the immigration office attaching a copy of the passport and proof of leaving Indonesia. The application is submitted without biometric sampling. The sponsor must report the foreigner’s arrival within 30 days.
    Additional entry requirements you must satisfy are:
    • you must be in possession of a health certificate confirming a negative COVID-19 PCR test (swab test) result, which can be checked by a QR code or barcode. From 1 January, your certificate must be issued a maximum of 72 hours prior to your departure for Indonesia. The certificate must be in English
    • evidence of having received two full doses of a COVID-19 vaccine. The following 4 categories are exempt from this requirement:
    • travellers below 18 years old
    • foreign nationals who cannot be vaccinated due to their medical condition. They must show confirmation via a health certificate issued by a medical professional
    • Diplomatic/Service Visa holder for the purposes of a Ministerial/Official visit
    • active flight or ship crew
    Latest Regulation update that foreign nationals aged 12 to 17 and holders of Diplomatic or Service visas who have not been vaccinated may be expected to undergo vaccination during their quarantine period. Details are still emerging. We will update travel advice as soon as the intention of the new regulation is clear.
    • you are required to download and install the Peduli Lindungi app to perform the e-Hac registration
    • you must submit a letter in English stating that you are willing to enter quarantine for at least 3 days (3 x 24hours) in quarantine facilities or health service facilities according to Indonesian health protocols
    • you are required to hold valid travel and health insurance that covers your visit
    • you are required to take a PCR test upon arrival to the airport. If you test positive you will be taken to a government isolation hotel – your prepaid quarantine hotel will be refunded
    • if your final test is negative, you will be allowed to proceed with your journey. If the test is positive, you will be referred to hospital at your own expense. If you cannot pay the hospital bills, your sponsor (Ministries, agencies, or state-owned enterprise) supporting your visit can be asked to take responsibility. If you receive a positive COVID-19 result and wish to have another independent test for confirmation, you can do so at your own expense by filling out a form at the Port Health Office or Ministry of Health offices. This independent COVID-19 test can be taken at Cipto Mangunkusumo hospital, Gatot Soebroto hospital, and Raden Said Sukanto Bhayangkara hospital. You should arrange to take a private test.
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: Indonesia has not yet confirmed that it will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record. You should follow the entry rules for unvaccinated people. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination.
    *Health certificate: All visitors will also need to present your health certificate showing a negative COVID-19 PCR test result as stipulated above at check-in ahead of any scheduled travel. Failure to present a health certificate may result in your being prevented from boarding the plane, or denied entry or transit in Indonesia. You should comply with any additional screening measures put in place by the authorities.
    More information is available regarding coronavirus in Indonesia via the Ministry of Health.
    *More information: Full details of the travel restrictions for foreign visitors are available in English on Twitter via DitJen Imigrasi (@ditjen_imigrasi).

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Indonesia: Emergency public activity restrictions (PPKM) are in place on a rolling basis throughout the whole of Indonesia. Essential services are available, but many public facilities remain closed. It is mandatory to wear a face mask when outside. Criminal sanctions, including deportation or large fines may apply for violations of the restrictions. Partial reopening of essential businesses (50% capacity) is now allowed.
    Public health measures by the Indonesian authorities include restrictions on in-country air travel.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels and private rental options continue to be open for business but will be more limited than usual and social distancing measures will be in force.
    *Public places and services: Emergency mobility restrictions have been introduced on travel and non-essential services until at least 20 September. Essential services remain accessible.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19 before or after you travel. You will be expected to self-isolate at home for 10 days along with all family members. If you do not have a home in Indonesia, you may be required to isolate in a Government-approved hotel or other quarantine facility where you will need to undergo further testing. You will be expected to bear all costs. These rules are likely to apply equally to minors travelling without parents.

    Read more
    03.11.2021
  • Indonesia Latest news:

    International Restrictions:
    Government cuts quarantine period for international visitors to five days (Xinhua, 11.02.2021).

    *Entry to Indonesia: Indonesia is implementing a series of changes to admission for foreign nationals in response to developments in the Covid pandemic. While these are being rolled out, in addition to meeting the categories below, you should reconfirm your eligibility to enter Indonesia with your travel agent/airline and the Indonesian Embassy. This can be done by contacting the Consular Section of the Indonesian Embassy.
    *Visit Visa: Foreigners can now apply for a visitor or limited stay visa. The application should be made by the sponsor to the Director General of Immigration.
    A full list of visas is available at: https://www.imigrasi.go.id/en/permohonan-visa-republik-indonesia-wisata-b211a/
    Tourist visas are not currently available for British Nationals.
    The requirements include:
    • a. Proof of full COVID-19 vaccination
    • b. Letter stating willingness to obey Indonesia’s health protocol including quarantine requirements
    • c. Proof of health insurance (minimum $100,000)/travel insurance including health coverage and/or letter stating willingness to pay for own treatment should the person be or become infected with COVID-19
    • d. Proof of USD 1500 or equivalent by showing last 3 months bank statements
    *Visa on compassionate grounds: A single entry visa can be applied for at the Indonesian Embassy on compassionate grounds (i.e. visiting sick family, death of a family member, or health related purpose).
    *KITAS Extension – In country application: KITAS holders whose stay permit is expiring and are still in Indonesia and cannot return yet to their own country can apply for a visitor visa or a limited stay visa. These documents need to be supplied with the application:
    • a. Letter stating willingness to obey Indonesia’s health protocol
    • b. Proof of health/travel insurance covering covid19 treatment
    • c. The latest stay permit or Exit Permit Only (EPO) for KITAS holder
    • d. Proof of minimum USD 2000 or equivalent from the foreigner or the sponsor in the form of the latest 3 months bank statements
    Those who have received the limited stay visa will be given ITAS (limited/temporary stay permit) within max 7 days by the local immigration office.
    *KITAS Extension – offshore application: KITAS holder with expiring stay permit but currently outside Indonesia can apply for an extension through a sponsor. The sponsor must submit the application to the immigration office attaching a copy of the passport and proof of leaving Indonesia. The application is submitted without biometric sampling. The sponsor must report the foreigner’s arrival within 30 days.
    Additional entry requirements you must satisfy are:
    • you must be in possession of a health certificate confirming a negative COVID-19 PCR test (swab test) result, which can be checked by a QR code or barcode. From 1 January, your certificate must be issued a maximum of 72 hours prior to your departure for Indonesia. The certificate must be in English
    • evidence of having received two full doses of a COVID-19 vaccine. The following 4 categories are exempt from this requirement:
    • travellers below 18 years old
    • foreign nationals who cannot be vaccinated due to their medical condition. They must show confirmation via a health certificate issued by a medical professional
    • Diplomatic/Service Visa holder for the purposes of a Ministerial/Official visit
    • active flight or ship crew
    The British Embassy understands from the latest Regulation update that foreign nationals aged 12 to 17 and holders of Diplomatic or Service visas who have not been vaccinated may be expected to undergo vaccination during their quarantine period. Details are still emerging. We will update travel advice as soon as the intention of the new regulation is clear.
    • you are required to download and install the Peduli Lindungi app to perform the e-Hac registration
    • you must submit a letter in English stating that you are willing to enter quarantine for at least 5 days (5 x 24hours) in quarantine facilities or health service facilities according to Indonesian health protocols
    • you are required to hold valid travel and health insurance that covers your visit
    • you are required to take a PCR test upon arrival to the airport. If you test positive you will be taken to a government isolation hotel – your prepaid quarantine hotel will be refunded
    • if your final test is negative, you will be allowed to proceed with your journey. If the test is positive, you will be referred to hospital at your own expense. If you cannot pay the hospital bills, your sponsor (Ministries, agencies, or state-owned enterprise) supporting your visit can be asked to take responsibility. If you receive a positive COVID-19 result and wish to have another independent test for confirmation, you can do so at your own expense by filling out a form at the Port Health Office or Ministry of Health offices. This independent COVID-19 test can be taken at Cipto Mangunkusumo hospital, Gatot Soebroto hospital, and Raden Said Sukanto Bhayangkara hospital
    • with effect from 23 April, you will not be granted a visa if you have been in India in the 14 days prior to arriving in Indonesia. You should arrange to take a private test.
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: Indonesia has not yet confirmed that it will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record. You should follow the entry rules for unvaccinated people. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination.
    *Health certificate: All visitors will also need to present your health certificate showing a negative COVID-19 PCR test result as stipulated above at check-in ahead of any scheduled travel. Failure to present a health certificate may result in your being prevented from boarding the plane, or denied entry or transit in Indonesia. You should comply with any additional screening measures put in place by the authorities.
    More information is available regarding coronavirus in Indonesia via the Ministry of Health.
    *More information: Full details of the travel restrictions for foreign visitors are available in English on Twitter via DitJen Imigrasi (@ditjen_imigrasi). For more information, see the announcement on the Indonesian Embassy website.

    Internal Restrictions:
    Bali reopens to international tourists following COVID-19 closure (Xinhua, 14.10.2021).

    *Travel in Indonesia: Emergency public activity restrictions (PPKM) are in place on a rolling basis throughout the whole of Indonesia. Essential services are available, but many public facilities remain closed. It is mandatory to wear a face mask when outside. Criminal sanctions, including deportation or large fines may apply for violations of the restrictions. Many non-essential businesses are closed and the public are advised to work from home although partial reopening of essential businesses (50% capacity) is now allowed.
    Public health measures by the Indonesian authorities include restrictions on in-country air travel.
    Passengers travelling on domestic flights will need: a PCR certificate issued within 48 hours to confirm that they are free of COVID-19. The certificate should have a readable barcode or QR code and must be issued by a Ministry of Health approved health facility. If the certificate does not have a QR code an additional PCR test may be required on arrival.
    • a completed airline travel declaration form where required
    • travellers are required to install the Peduli Lindungi app, proof of vaccination, in the form of a vaccination certificate on the app showing at least 1 COVID-19 vaccination having been administered
    *For international air passengers: Passengers who are leaving Indonesia via Jakarta are exempt from showing proof of COVID-19 vaccination if they have no previous travel connection and are leaving directly from Jakarta. Any other passenger must show evidence of COVID-19 vaccination if they have received the vaccine.
    Any passengers who have not received the vaccine, intend to leave Indonesia and need to travel domestically to do so, are exempt from showing vaccine certification subject to the following conditions:
    • they do not leave the airport area during transit
    • they obtain clearance from the Port Health Office at the point of first departure
    • they show a full and valid flight itinerary showing all departure and arrival points
    Travel requirements change frequently, sometimes at short notice. Please consult the Garuda Indonesia website for up to date information on testing requirements.
    If you arrive in Bali by sea, a PCR test or negative rapid test with 48 hour validity is required. Travellers are required to install the Peduli Lindungi app.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels and private rental options continue to be open for business but will be more limited than usual and social distancing measures will be in force.
    *Public places and services: Emergency mobility restrictions have been introduced on travel and non-essential services until at least 20 September. Essential services remain accessible.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19 before or after you travel. You will be expected to self-isolate at home for 10 days along with all family members. If you do not have a home in Indonesia, you may be required to isolate in a Government-approved hotel or other quarantine facility where you will need to undergo further testing. You will be expected to bear all costs. These rules are likely to apply equally to minors travelling without parents.

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    22.10.2021
  • Indonesia Pre-departure preparation regarding visas
    Before departing to Bali and Riau Islands, you need to prepare yourself with the information about the visa and requirements to enter Indonesia.

    E-Visa
    As an effort to provide ease of access, the Indonesian Ministry of Law and Human Rights has launched an electronic visa (e-Visa) application system. This e-Visa was launched to assist foreign travelers who intend to visit Indonesia. It allows foreigners to apply for a visa online without hassle. Check out this article to gather more information about e-Visa.

    To protect Indonesian citizens from the increasing transmission rate of the COVID-19 along with its new variants, according to Regulation of the Minister of Law and Human Rights of the Republic of Indonesia Number 34 of 2021, the Free Visit Visa Waiver and Visit Visa on Arrival are temporarily suspended by the Ministry.

    Below are the valid Visas or Stay Permits allowed to enter Indonesian Territory:

    Diplomatic and official/service Visa;
    Visit Visa;
    Limited stay permit Visa;
    Diplomatic residence permits and official residence permits;
    Limited stay permit (KITAS) and residence permit cards (KITAP)
    Kartu Perjalanan Pebisnis Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (KPP APEC)
    A Stay Permit which is in the territory of Indonesia may be granted a new Stay Permit after obtaining a Visa.

    Visa applications can be submitted online through https://visa-online.imigrasi.go.id/

    Arrival protocols
    When you have arrived at the airports, there are several measures you need to take before you can continue your travel. According to Circular of Covid-19 Task Force No. 20 Year 2021, regarding Domestic Travel Health Protocol during the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), all international travelers, whether they are Indonesian citizens or foreign nationals, should comply with the existing health protocols.

    You will be able to enter the territory of Indonesia under the following conditions:

    Through entry points (airports) in Bali and the Riau Islands.
    Can show a card or certificate of receipt of COVID-19 vaccine and a negative RT-PCR test result.
    Short Visit Visa or other entry permits in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.
    Proof of ownership of health insurance with a minimum coverage value of USD 100,000 which includes financing for handling COVID-19.
    Proof of booking confirmation and payment (booking) for accommodation from the accommodation provider while staying in Indonesia.
    You can visit this page to gather more information regarding the latest health protocol regulations in Indonesia.

    Below are the arrival and departure flow you have to follow if you travel to Bali via I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport:

    International arrival flow
    Pre Flight
    – Provide a full-dose vaccination certificate (at least 14 days before arrival)

    – Download PeduliLindungi app

    – Register e-PCR

    – Verify your e-Hac

    – Register e-CD (Electronic Custom Declaration)

    – Provide the proof of your 5-days quarantine hotel booking

    – Prepare negative PCR result (3×24 hours before arrival)

    – Prepare immigration documents

    – Prepare travel insurance

    Landing in Bali
    – Go to the arrivals terminal

    Go to the arrival terminal
    Thermo Scanner
    – For body temperature below 38°C, proceed to the next step

    – For body temperature exceeding 38°C, a further medical examination will be done immediately. If all health requirements are good, proceed to the next step. If not, travelers will be referred to the nearest hospital

    Port Health Office
    – Enter medical documents check

    – Scan e-HAC QR code

    – Tap QR code

    PCR Swab
    – Taking PCR swab sample

    – Scan QR code

    Immigration
    – Immigration check

    Conveyor Belt
    – Put your luggage in

    Customs
    – Scan e-CD (Electronic Custom Declaration) QR code

    – Customs check

    Holding Area
    – Wait for your PCR test result

    Exit Control Desk
    – Tap QR code

    – Hotel & transport registration

    Positive PCR
    – Nearest hospital

    Negative PCR
    – Pick up zone to stay at a quarantine hotel for 5 days

    International departure flow
    Drop Zone
    Thermo Scanner
    – For body temperature below 38°C, proceed to the next step

    – For body temperature exceeding 38°C, a further medical examination will be done immediately. If all health requirements are good, proceed to the next step. If not, travelers will be referred to the nearest hospital

    AVSEC
    – Flight document and security check

    Check-In
    Tap Boarding Pass
    AVSEC PSCP
    Immigration
    – Immigration check

    Commercial Area
    Waiting Area
    Take Off
    Quarantine rules
    According to Circular of Covid-19 Task Force No. 20 Year 2021, those who receive negative PCR results upon arrival are required to undergo mandatory quarantine for 5 x 24 hours or 14 x24 hours depending on the escalation COVID-19 case of the origin country. The requirements are as follows:

    For Indonesian citizens within the category of migrant workers, students that have finished education, and civil servants on duty, the quarantine facilities provided by the Indonesia government are free of charge.
    For Indonesian citizens (not on the criteria for the previous points) and foreigners in self-funded quarantine accommodation (hotels/inns) recommended by the COVID-19 Task Force and have met the terms and conditions of the Indonesian Hotel and Restaurant Association and the Ministry of Health.
    Four days after self-quarantine from the date of arrival, another RT-PCR test will be conducted. If the test shows a negative result, after 5 days of quarantine, you will be declared for completed quarantine. Meanwhile, if the RT-PCR test shows positive result then you will have to undergo the following procedures:

    Treatment in centralized isolation facilities for asymptomatic people and people with mild symptoms.

    Treatment at a referral hospital for people with moderate and severe symptoms.

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    21.10.2021
  • Indonesia Bali, which is reopening for international flight arrivals from tomorrow (October 14, 2021), is set to lower the mandatory time spent locked up in a hotel room from eight nights to five, while the rest of Indonesia is set to require just two nights of quarantine.

    13.10.2021
  • Indonesia In a virtual press conference on Monday, the Indonesian cabinet minister in charge of the sector announced that the Bali airport would reopen for international flights from October 14, 2021, and arriving passengers would need to quarantine for eight nights and have hotel confirmation for the period.

    Visitors could arrive from countries such as South Korea, China, Japan, United Arab Emirates, and New Zealand

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    05.10.2021
  • Indonesia The governor of Bali doesn’t want to lower the quarantine period of incoming visitors to two nights but rather have them locked up in hotels for eight nights before allowing tourists to roam around the island.

    An excerpt from the Bali Sun:
    Officials from the Bali Health Agency have refused the proposal to reduce quarantine time for international visitors into only 2 days when the border reopens.

    The Head of the Bali Health Agency, Dr. Ketut Suarjaya confirmed that the provincial government has rejected the proposal and will continue to implement the 8 day quarantine policy for all international travelers once the international travel corridor reopens in the near future.

    Dr. Suarjaya was concerned that the implementation might cause another transmission of Covid-19’s new variant from the foreign visitors. “I totally disagree with that idea as the incubation period of Covid-19 transmission is more than 2 days. So we have to prevent the virus transmission, especially the new variant from getting onto the island.” Dr. Suarjaya said on Thursday (30/9).

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    04.10.2021
  • Indonesia Indonesia followed Australia’s lead and started limiting, effective today, the number of passengers that each international flight can bring to just 90 regardless of the plane type used.

    Long-haul airlines flying to Indonesia from global gateways such as Istanbul, Dubai, and Singapore must deny boarding passengers if the flight is over 90.

    Indonesia claims that this will limit the new Covid-19 variations potentially entering the country (unlikely the case).

    This per light maximum passengers limit puts the airlines in a difficult position, especially those that fly on wide-body aircraft, as 90 can be less than a third of the maximum capacity. There is no limit on the number of passengers airlines can transport FROM Indonesia.

    Those who plan to fly to Indonesia, as long as this rule is in place, will likely pay much higher prices for the economy class tickets, as airlines will first fill up the first, business, and premium economy cabins.

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    01.10.2021
  • Indonesia Latest news:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Indonesia: Indonesia is implementing a series of changes to admission for foreign nationals in response to the discovery of the new Delta variant Covid strain. While these are being rolled out, in addition to meeting the categories below, you should reconfirm your eligibility to enter Indonesia with your travel agent/airline and the Indonesian Embassy.
    *Visit Visa: Foreigners can now apply for a visitor or limited stay visa. The application should be made by the sponsor to the Director General of Immigration. The requirements include:
    • a. Proof of full COVID-19 vaccination
    • b. Letter stating willingness to obey Indonesia’s health protocol
    • c. Proof of health insurance/travel insurance including health coverage and/or letter stating willingness to pay for own treatment should the person be or become infected with COVID-19
    • d. Proof of USD 2000 or equivalent by showing last 3 months bank statements
    *Visa on compassionate grounds: A single entry visa can be applied for at the Indonesian Embassy on compassionate grounds (i.e. visiting sick family, death of a family member, or health related purpose).
    *KITAS Extension – In country application: KITAS holders whose stay permit is expiring and are still in Indonesia and cannot return yet to their own country can apply for a visitor visa or a limited stay visa. These documents need to be supplied with the application:
    • a. Letter stating willingness to obey Indonesia’s health protocol
    • b. Proof of health/travel insurance covering covid19 treatment
    • c. The latest stay permit or Exit Permit Only (EPO) for KITAS holder
    • d. Proof of minimum USD 2000 or equivalent from the foreigner or the sponsor in the form of the latest 3 months bank statements
    Those who have received the limited stay visa will be given ITAS (limited/temporary stay permit) within max 7 days by the local immigration office.
    *KITAS Extension – offshore application: KITAS holder with expiring stay permit but currently outside Indonesia can apply for an extension through a sponsor. The sponsor must submit the application to the immigration office attaching a copy of the passport and proof of leaving Indonesia. The application is submitted without biometric sampling. The sponsor must report the foreigner’s arrival within 30 days.
    Additional entry requirements you must satisfy are:
    • you must be in possession of a health certificate confirming a negative COVID-19 PCR test (swab test) result, which can be checked by a QR code or barcode. From 1 January, your certificate must be issued a maximum of 72 hours prior to your departure for Indonesia. The certificate must be in English
    • evidence of having received two full doses of a COVID-19 vaccine. The following 4 categories are exempt from this requirement:
    • travellers below 18 years old
    • foreign nationals who cannot be vaccinated due to their medical condition. They must show confirmation via a health certificate issued by a medical professional.
    • Diplomatic/Service Visa holder for the purposes of a Ministerial/Official visit
    • active flight or ship crew
    From the latest Regulation update that foreign nationals aged 12 to 17 and holders of Diplomatic or Service visas who have not been vaccinated may be expected to undergo vaccination during their quarantine period. Details are still emerging. We will update travel advice as soon as the intention of the new regulation is clear.

    • you are required to download and install the Peduli Lindungi app to perform the e-Hac registration
    • you must submit a letter in English stating that you are willing to enter quarantine for at least 8 days (8 x 24hours) in quarantine facilities or health service facilities according to Indonesian health protocols
    • you are required to hold valid travel and health insurance that covers your visit
    • you are required to take a PCR test upon arrival to the airport. If you test positive you will be taken to a government isolation hotel – your prepaid quarantine hotel will be refunded
    • if your final test is negative, you will be allowed to proceed with your journey. If the test is positive, you will be referred to hospital at your own expense. If you cannot pay the hospital bills, your sponsor (Ministries, agencies, or state-owned enterprise) supporting your visit can be asked to take responsibility. If you receive a positive COVID-19 result and wish to have another independent test for confirmation, you can do so at your own expense by filling out a form at the Port Health Office or Ministry of Health offices. This independent COVID-19 test can be taken at Cipto Mangunkusumo hospital, Gatot Soebroto hospital, and Raden Said Sukanto Bhayangkara hospital
    • with effect from 23 April, you will not be granted a visa if you have been in India in the 14 days prior to arriving in Indonesia
    You should arrange to take a private test.
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: Indonesia has not yet confirmed that it will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record. You should follow the entry rules for unvaccinated people. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination.
    *Health certificate: All visitors will also need to present your health certificate showing a negative COVID-19 PCR test result as stipulated above at check-in ahead of any scheduled travel. Failure to present a health certificate may result in your being prevented from boarding the plane, or denied entry or transit in Indonesia. You should comply with any additional screening measures put in place by the authorities.
    More information is available regarding coronavirus in Indonesia via the Ministry of Health.
    *More information: Full details of the travel restrictions for foreign visitors are available in English on Twitter via DitJen Imigrasi
    (@ditjen_imigrasi). For more information, see the announcement on the Indonesian Embassy website.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Indonesia: Emergency public activity restrictions (PPKM) are in place until 4 October. Throughout the whole of Indonesia. Essential services are available, but many public facilities remain closed. It is mandatory to wear a face mask when outside. Criminal sanctions, including deportation or large fines may apply for violations of the restrictions. Many non-essential businesses are closed and the public are advised to work from home until at least 4 October.
    Public health measures by the Indonesian authorities include restrictions on in-country air travel.
    *Passengers travelling on domestic flights will need:
    • a PCR certificate issued within 48 hours to confirm that they are free of COVID-19. The certificate should have a readable barcode or QR code and must be issued by a Ministry of Health approved health facility. If the certificate does not have a QR code an additional PCR test may be required on arrival
    • negative Antigen Test issued within 24 hours prior to departure for those who are fully vaccinated travelling within and between Java and Bali for the duration of the PPKM regulations
    • a completed airline travel declaration form where required
    travellers are required to install the Peduli Lindungi app, proof of vaccination, in the form of a vaccination certificate on the app showing at least 1 COVID-19 vaccination having been administered
    Children under 12 years of age are temporarily not allowed to travel domestically between provinces/districts/cities.
    *For international air passengers: Passengers who are leaving Indonesia via Jakarta are exempt from showing proof of COVID-19 vaccination if they have no previous travel connection and are leaving directly from Jakarta. Any other passenger must show evidence of COVID-19 vaccination if they have received the vaccine.
    Any passengers who have not received the vaccine, intend to leave Indonesia and need to travel domestically to do so, are exempt from showing vaccine certification subject to the following conditions:
    • they do not leave the airport area during transit
    • they obtain clearance from the Port Health Office at the point of first departure
    • they show a full and valid flight itinerary showing all departure and arrival points
    Travel requirements change frequently, sometimes at short notice. Please consult the Garuda Indonesia website for up to date information on testing requirements.
    If you arrive in Bali by sea, a PCR test or negative rapid test with 48 hour validity is required.
    Travellers are required to install the Peduli Lindungi app
    *Accommodation: Some hotels and private rental options continue to be open for business but will be more limited than usual and social distancing measures will be in force.
    *Public places and services: Emergency mobility restrictions have been introduced on travel and non-essential services until at least 20 September. Essential services remain accessible

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    22.09.2021
  • Indonesia On September 15, the Minister of Justice and Human Rights signed a decree expanding the list of categories of persons who are allowed to enter Indonesia. Travelers who have the following entry documents are allowed to enter the country:

    a. Service visa (Visa dinas);
    b. Diplomatic visa (Visa diplomatik);
    c. Visitor visa (Visa kunjungan); *
    d. Visa with a limited period of stay (VITAS – Visa tinggal terbatas);
    e. Service residence permit (Izin Tinggal dinas);
    f. Diplomatic residence permit (Izin Tinggal diplomatik);
    g. Limited stay permit (Izin Tinggal terbatas or ITAS / KITAS); and
    h. Permanent residence permit (Izin Tinggal tetap or ITAP / KITAP).

    * E-business / social visa 211 is a visitor visa or Visa kunjungan (approx. Transl.)

    The main change is that from September 15, entry is open for foreigners with e-business and social offshore visas, as well as for foreigners with limited stay visas (VITAS).

    The ruling emphasizes that travelers must still comply with health protocols. In particular, have a certificate of complete vaccination against COVID-19. This requirement does not apply to persons under 12 years of age.

    The decree does not contain information about changing the terms of quarantine upon arrival. Thus, the rule of 8-day quarantine for travelers arriving from abroad continues to apply.

    It is also necessary to have a certificate of completion of the PCR test, insurance covering the treatment of COVID-19, or a letter of readiness to pay for treatment in case of infection.

    Every 2 weeks, ministries and agencies involved in the fight against COVID-19 in Indonesia will provide information on countries with high levels of infection. The Minister of Justice may prohibit entry of foreigners from countries with a high spread of COVID-19.

    The resolution comes into force from the date of signing, that is, from September 15th. However, it is not yet known how exactly its rules will be implemented in practice. Will the entry open for foreigners with electronic visas and VITAS from September 15, or travelers will have to wait for the change in aviation rules.

    Source DECREE OF THE MINISTER OF JUSTICE AND HUMAN RIGHTS OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA
    ISSUE 34/2021
    ON ISSUANCE OF VISAS AND IMMIGRATION PERMITS FOR STAYS DURING THE PERIOD OF THE COVERAGE 2019
    AND RESTORING NATIONAL ECONOMIC WELL-BEING

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    16.09.2021
  • Indonesia Latest news: Authorities extend ‘Level 4’ mobility restrictions in several areas of Java and Bali until 16 August; restrictions in other parts of country extended until 23 August (reuters, 09.08.2021). Foreigners entering country required to show COVID-19 vaccination cards from 6 July (Xinhua, 04.07.2021). Government to delay opening Bali to international tourists, will require COVID-19 test for domestic travelers because of increase in cases (Reuters, 29.06.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Indonesia: Indonesia is implementing a series of changes to admission for foreign nationals in response to the discovery of the new Delta variant Covid strain. While these are being rolled out, in addition to meeting the categories below, you should reconfirm your eligibility to enter Indonesia with your travel agent/airline and the Indonesian Embassy. This can be done by contacting the Consular Section of the Indonesian Embassy.
    Currently, all non-Indonesian travellers are prohibited from entering Indonesia, although there are exceptions to this ban – including for those with KITAS/KITAP. This system remains in place until further notice, though is under regular review.
    If you are a foreign national, starting your journey from the UK or from another country, you may be able to enter Indonesia if you meet one of the following exceptions to the ban:
    • Holders of diplomatic and official/service visa for the purpose of a ministerial official visit.
    • Holders of diplomatic and official/service stay permit.
    • Holders of Indonesia Temporary Residence Card (KITAS) and Indonesia Permanent Residence Card (KITAP).
    • Foreign nationals due special discretion and provided with written permission from relevant ministries/government institutions.
    • Visitor Visa (for emergency and essential work, medical, food, humanitarian aid or a crew member joining a vessel)
    Entry requirements if you meet the above criteria are:
    • You must be in possession of a health certificate confirming a negative COVID-19 PCR test (swab test) result, which can be checked by a QR code or barcode. From 1 January, your certificate must be issued a maximum of 72 hours prior to your departure for Indonesia. The certificate must be in English
    • Evidence of having received two full doses of COVID-19 vaccine. The following three categories are exempt from this requirement:
    • Children under the age of 12 travelling with their parents
    • Foreign nationals who cannot be vaccinated due to their medical condition. They must show confirmation via a health certificate issued by a medical professional.
    • Active flight or ship crew
    • Submitting a letter in English stating that you are willing to enter quarantine for at least 8 days in quarantine facilities or health service facilities according to Indonesian health protocols.
    • With the exception of transportation crews and aid and humanitarian workers, visitor visa applicants are required to provide evidence of the availability of at least US$10,000 (ten thousand US Dollars) or the equivalent from their sponsor.
    • On arrival, you will need to undergo further COVID-19 swab tests on days 1 and 7 and quarantine at your own expense in a designated hotel for a period of 8 days. If your final test is negative, you will be allowed to proceed with your journey. If the test is positive, you will be referred to hospital.
    • You are required to complete the Indonesian eHAC registration and be able to produce the QR code generated on arrival in Indonesia for inspection
    • With effect from 23 April, you will not be granted a visa if you have been in India in the 14 days prior to arriving in Indonesia.
    You should arrange to take a private test.
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 vaccination status: You should follow the entry rules for unvaccinated people. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination.
    *Health certificate: All visitors will also need to present your health certificate showing a negative COVID-19 PCR test result as stipulated above at check-in ahead of any scheduled travel. Failure to present a health certificate may result in your being prevented from boarding the plane, or denied entry or transit in Indonesia. You should comply with any additional screening measures put in place by the authorities.
    More information is available regarding coronavirus in Indonesia via the Ministry of Health.
    *More information: Full details of the travel restrictions for foreign visitors are available in English on Twitter via DitJen Imigrasi (@ditjen_imigrasi). For more information, see the announcement on the Indonesian Embassy website.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Indonesia: Emergency public activity restrictions (PPKM) are in place until 20 September. Throughout the whole of Indonesia. PPKM for Bali has been reduced from level 4 to 3. Essential services are available, but many public facilities remain closed. It is mandatory to wear a face mask when outside. Criminal sanctions, including deportation or large fines may apply for violations of the restrictions. Many non-essential businesses are closed and the public are advised to work from home until at least 20 September.
    Public health measures by the Indonesian authorities include restrictions on in-country air travel.
    Passengers travelling on domestic flights will need:
    • a PCR certificate issued within 48 hours to confirm that they are free of COVID-19. The certificate should have a readable barcode or QR code and must be issued by a Ministry of Health approved health facility. If the certificate does not have a QR code an additional PCR test may be required on arrival
    • negative Antigen Test issued within 24 hours prior to departure for those who are fully vaccinated travelling within and between Java and Bali for the duration of the PPKM regulations
    • a completed airline travel declaration form where required
    travellers are required to install the Peduli Lindungi app, proof of vaccination, in the form of a vaccination certificate showing at least 1 COVID-19 vaccination having been administered
    Children under 12 years of age are temporarily not allowed to travel domestically between provinces/districts/cities.
    *For international air passengers: Passengers who are leaving Indonesia via Jakarta are exempt from showing proof of COVID-19 vaccination if they have no previous travel connection and are leaving directly from Jakarta. Any other passenger must show evidence of COVID-19 vaccination if they have received the vaccine.
    Any passengers who have not received the vaccine, intend to leave Indonesia and need to travel domestically to do so, are exempt from showing vaccine certification subject to the following conditions:
    • they do not leave the airport area during transit
    • they obtain clearance from the Port Health Office at the point of first departure
    • they show a full and valid flight itinerary showing all departure and arrival points
    Travel requirements change frequently, sometimes at short notice. Please consult the Garuda Indonesia website < /a> for up to date information on testing requirements.
    If you arrive in Bali by sea, a PCR test or negative rapid test with 48 hour validity is required.
    Travellers are required to install the
    Peduli Lindungi app .
    *Accommodation: Some hotels and private rental options continue to be open for business but will be more limited than usual and social distancing measures will be in force.
    *Public places and services: Emergency mobility restrictions have been introduced on travel and non-essential services until at least 20 September. Essential services remain accessible.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19 before or after you travel. You will be expected to self-isolate at home for 10 days along with all family members. If you do not have a home in Indonesia, you may be required to isolate in a Government-approved hotel or other quarantine facility where you will need to undergo further testing. You will be expected to bear all costs. These rules are likely to apply equally to minors travelling without parents.

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    15.09.2021
  • Indonesia Latest news: Authorities extend ‘Level 4’ mobility restrictions in several areas of Java and Bali until 16 August; restrictions in other parts of country extended until 23 August (reuters, 09.08.2021). Foreigners entering country required to show COVID-19 vaccination cards from 6 July (Xinhua, 04.07.2021). Government to delay opening Bali to international tourists, will require COVID-19 test for domestic travelers because of increase in cases (Reuters, 29.06.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Indonesia: Indonesia is implementing a series of changes to admission for foreign nationals in response to the discovery of the new Delta variant Covid strain. While these are being rolled out, in addition to meeting the categories below, you should reconfirm your eligibility to enter Indonesia with your travel agent/airline and the Indonesian Embassy. This can be done by contacting the Consular Section of the Indonesian Embassy.
    Currently, all non-Indonesian travellers are prohibited from entering Indonesia, although there are exceptions to this ban – including for those with KITAS/KITAP. This system remains in place until further notice, though is under regular review.
    If you are a foreign national, starting your journey from the UK or from another country, you may be able to enter Indonesia if you meet one of the following exceptions to the ban:
    • Holders of diplomatic and official/service visa for the purpose of a ministerial official visit.
    • Holders of diplomatic and official/service stay permit.
    • Holders of Indonesia Temporary Residence Card (KITAS) and Indonesia Permanent Residence Card (KITAP).
    • Foreign nationals due special discretion and provided with written permission from relevant ministries/government institutions.
    • Visitor Visa (for emergency and essential work, medical, food, humanitarian aid or a crew member joining a vessel)
    Entry requirements if you meet the above criteria are:
    • You must be in possession of a health certificate confirming a negative COVID-19 PCR test (swab test) result, which can be checked by a QR code or barcode. From 1 January, your certificate must be issued a maximum of 72 hours prior to your departure for Indonesia. The certificate must be in English
    • Evidence of having received two full doses of COVID-19 vaccine. The following three categories are exempt from this requirement:
    • Children under the age of 12 travelling with their parents
    • Foreign nationals who cannot be vaccinated due to their medical condition. They must show confirmation via a health certificate issued by a medical professional.
    • Active flight or ship crew
    • Submitting a letter in English stating that you are willing to enter quarantine for at least 8 days in quarantine facilities or health service facilities according to Indonesian health protocols.
    • With the exception of transportation crews and aid and humanitarian workers, visitor visa applicants are required to provide evidence of the availability of at least US$10,000 (ten thousand US Dollars) or the equivalent from their sponsor.
    • On arrival, you will need to undergo further COVID-19 swab tests on days 1 and 7 and quarantine at your own expense in a designated hotel for a period of 8 days. If your final test is negative, you will be allowed to proceed with your journey. If the test is positive, you will be referred to hospital.
    • You are required to complete the Indonesian eHAC registration and be able to produce the QR code generated on arrival in Indonesia for inspection
    • With effect from 23 April, you will not be granted a visa if you have been in India in the 14 days prior to arriving in Indonesia.
    You should arrange to take a private test.
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 vaccination status: You should follow the entry rules for unvaccinated people. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination.
    *Health certificate: All visitors will also need to present your health certificate showing a negative COVID-19 PCR test result as stipulated above at check-in ahead of any scheduled travel. Failure to present a health certificate may result in your being prevented from boarding the plane, or denied entry or transit in Indonesia. You should comply with any additional screening measures put in place by the authorities.
    More information is available regarding coronavirus in Indonesia via the Ministry of Health.
    *More information: Full details of the travel restrictions for foreign visitors are available in English on Twitter via DitJen Imigrasi (@ditjen_imigrasi). For more information, see the announcement on the Indonesian Embassy website.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Indonesia: Emergency public activity restrictions (PPKM) are in place until 13 September in Jakarta, the rest of Java and on Bali. Areas outside of Java and Bali will be extended until the 20 September. Essential services are available, but many public facilities are closed. It is mandatory to wear a face mask when outside. Criminal sanctions, including deportation or large fines may apply for violations of the restrictions. Many non-essential businesses are closed and the public are advised to work from home until at least 13 September.
    Public health measures by the Indonesian authorities include restrictions on in-country air travel.
    Passengers travelling on domestic flights will need:
    • a PCR certificate issued within 48 hours to confirm that they are free of COVID-19. The certificate should have a readable barcode or QR code and must be issued by a Ministry of Health approved health facility. If the certificate does not have a QR code an additional PCR test may be required on arrival
    • negative Antigen Test issued within 24 hours prior to departure for those who are fully vaccinated travelling within and between Java and Bali for the duration of the PPKM regulations.
    • a completed airline travel declaration form where required
    • a completed Indonesian e-HAC form (online)
    • proof of vaccination, in the form of a vaccination certificate showing at least 1 COVID-19 vaccination having been administered
    Children under 12 years of age are temporarily not allowed to travel domestically between provinces/districts/cities.
    *For international air passengers: Passengers who are leaving Indonesia via Jakarta are exempt from showing proof of COVID-19 vaccination if they have no previous travel connection and are leaving directly from Jakarta. Any other passenger must show evidence of COVID-19 vaccination if they have received the vaccine.
    Any passengers who have not received the vaccine, intend to leave Indonesia and need to travel domestically to do so, are exempt from showing vaccine certification subject to the following conditions:
    • they do not leave the airport area during transit
    • they obtain clearance from the Port Health Office at the point of first departure
    • they show a full and valid flight itinerary showing all departure and arrival points
    Travel requirements change frequently, sometimes at short notice. Please consult the Garuda Indonesia website for up to date information on testing requirements.
    If you arrive in Bali by sea, a PCR test or negative rapid test with 48 hr validity is required.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels and private rental options continue to be open for business but will be more limited than usual and social distancing measures will be in force.
    Public places and services: Emergency mobility restrictions have been introduced on travel and non-essential services until at least 16 August. Essential services remain accessible
    *If you test positive for COVID-19 before or after you travel. You will be expected to self-isolate at home for 10 days along with all family members. If you do not have a home in Indonesia, you may be required to isolate in a Government-approved hotel or other quarantine facility where you will need to undergo further testing. You will be expected to bear all costs. These rules are likely to apply equally to minors travelling without parents.

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    08.09.2021
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