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Airlines Updates
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 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.

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Cheap flights
Insurance
Certification

COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.

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
Passengers travelling on domestic flights will need a PCR certificate issued within 48 hours to confirm that they are free of COVID-19.
If you arrive in Bali by sea, a PCR test or negative rapid test with 48 hr validity is required

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Vaccination
COVID-19 Total Vaccination date: 2021-10-20
COVID-19 Total Vaccination: 174419558
COVID-19 Daily Vaccination: 1760320
COVID-19 Vacc. (per 100 citizens, %): 63.11
COVID-19 Daily Vacc. (per 1 million citizens): 6370

Foreigners entering Indonesia are required to show COVID-19 vaccination cards and negative results of polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests from July 6, except for foreign diplomats and ministerial-level officials, an official said on Sunday.

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Full Restrictions

  • 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).

    Read more
    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.

    Read more
    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.

    Read more
    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.

    Read more
    08.09.2021
  • 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 6 September in Jakarta, Bali and many other regions of Indonesia. 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 6 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.

    Read more
    31.08.2021
  • 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 30 August in Jakarta, Bali and many other regions of Indonesia. 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 30 August.
    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.

    Read more
    27.08.2021
  • 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 30 August in Jakarta, Bali and many other regions of Indonesia. 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 30 August.
    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.

    Read more
    24.08.2021
  • 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 16 August in Jakarta, Bali and many other regions of Indonesia. 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. Non-essential businesses are closed and the public are advised to work from home until at least 16 August.
    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
    • 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
    *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.
    Plan ahead and make sure you: can access money; understand what your insurance will cover; can make arrangements to extend your stay and be away for longer than planned

    Read more
    13.08.2021
  • 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 from a foreign nationals, 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, a business meeting, family reunion on medical/compassionate grounds, probationary period for foreign workers, 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.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Indonesia: Emergency public activity restrictions (PPKM) are in place until 16 August in Jakarta, Bali and many other regions of Indonesia. 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. Non-essential businesses are closed and the public are advised to work from home until at least 16 August.
    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
    • 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
    *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
    *Be prepared for your plans to change: No travel is risk-free during COVID. Countries may further restrict travel or bring in new rules at short notice, for example due to a new COVID-19 variant. Check with your travel company or airline for any transport changes which may delay your journey home.
    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.
    Plan ahead and make sure you: can access money; understand what your insurance will cover; can make arrangements to extend your stay and be away for longer than planned

    Read more
    10.08.2021
  • Indonesia 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).

    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 from a foreign nationals, 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, a business meeting, family reunion on medical/compassionate grounds, probationary period for foreign workers, 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.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Indonesia: Emergency public activity restrictions (PPKM) are in place until 9 August in Jakarta, Bali and many other regions of Indonesia. 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. Non-essential businesses are closed and the public are advised to work from home until at least 9 August.
    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
    • 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
    *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 9 August. Essential services remain accessible.
    *Be prepared for your plans to change: No travel is risk-free during COVID. Countries may further restrict travel or bring in new rules at short notice, for example due to a new COVID-19 variant. Check with your travel company or airline for any transport changes which may delay your journey home.
    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.
    Plan ahead and make sure you: can access money; understand what your insurance will cover; can make arrangements to extend your stay and be away for longer than planned

    Read more
    03.08.2021
  • Indonesia 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).

    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 from a foreign nationals, 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, a business meeting, family reunion on medical/compassionate grounds, probationary period for foreign workers, 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.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Indonesia: Emergency public activity restrictions (PPKM) are in place until 2 August in Jakarta, Bali and many other regions of Indonesia. 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. Non-essential businesses are closed and the public are advised to work from home until at least 2 August.
    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 arriva l
    • 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
    *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 31 July. Essential services remain accessible
    *Be prepared for your plans to change: No travel is risk-free during COVID. Countries may further restrict travel or bring in new rules at short notice, for example due to a new COVID-19 variant. Check with your travel company or airline for any transport changes which may delay your journey home.
    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.
    Plan ahead and make sure you: can access money; understand what your insurance will cover; can make arrangements to extend your stay and be away for longer than planned

    Read more
    26.07.2021
  • Indonesia 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).

    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 from a foreign nationals, 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, a business meeting, family reunion on medical/compassionate grounds, probationary period for foreign workers, 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.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Indonesia: Emergency public activity restrictions (PPKM) are in place until 25 July in Jakarta, Bali and many other regions of Indonesia. 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. Non-essential businesses are closed and the public are advised to work from home until at least 25 July.
    Public health measures by the Indonesian authorities include restrictions on in-country air travel. From 19 to 25 July in-country air travel is restricted to persons who work in essential and critical sectors and persons with urgent needs e.g. medical
    *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
    • 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
    *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 31 July. Essential services remain accessible

    Read more
    22.07.2021
  • Indonesia 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).

    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 from a foreign nationals, 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, a business meeting, family reunion on medical/compassionate grounds, probationary period for foreign workers, 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.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Indonesia: Emergency public activity restrictions (PPKM) are in place until 31 July in Jakarta, Bali and many other regions of Indonesia. Essential services are available, but many public facilities are closed. It is mandatory to wear a face mask when outside. Criminal sanctions may apply for violations of the restrictions. Non-essential businesses are closed and the public are advised to work from home until at least 31 July.
    Public health measures by the Indonesian authorities include restrictions on in-country air travel. From 19 to 25 July in-country air travel is restricted to persons who work in essential and critical sectors and persons with urgent needs e.g. medical
    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
    • 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
    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 31 July. Essential services remain accessible

    Read more
    20.07.2021
  • Indonesia 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).

    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 from a foreign nationals, 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, a business meeting, family reunion on medical/compassionate grounds, probationary period for foreign workers, 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.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Indonesia: Large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) in Jakarta, most of Java island and Bali, currently covering the period of 3-20 July. Essential services are available, but public activities (including schools, offices, religious activities, social and cultural gatherings and public transportation) continue to be limited to maintain social distancing. It is mandatory to wear a face mask when outside. Criminal sanctions may apply for violations of the restrictions. Non-essential businesses are closed and the public are advised to work from home from 3-20 July.
    Public health measures by the Indonesian authorities include restrictions on in-country air travel.
    Foreign tourists continue to be able to travel on domestic flights within Indonesia to catch connecting international flights.
    Passengers travelling on domestic flights will need:
    • A PCR certificate issued to confirm that they are free of COVID-19. Your certificate should have a readable barcode or QR code.
    • 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 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.
    *For domestic air passengers: If flying to Bali, you will need:
    A negative PCR swab test result taken within 48 hours of departure to Bali and a completed e-HAC Indonesia form (online). Your negative PCR test certificate must contain a barcode or QR code. If you do not have a barcode/QR code on your certificate, you will be required to take an additional PCR test at the airport on arrival in Bali. GeNose test is no longer valid. For those arriving by sea a PCR test with 48 hr validity or a negative rapid test, again with 48hr validity is required.
    • Your vaccination certificate showing at least 1 COVID-19 vaccine having been administered.
    If flying to Jakarta you will require a negative PCR swab test taken a maximum of 48 hours prior to departure for Jakarta and a completed
    e-HAC Indonesia form (online) .
    • Your vaccination certificate showing at least 1 COVID-19 vaccine having been administered.
    You should check the latest requirements with your airline directly. The Garuda airlines travel declaration form is available on our social media channels.
    Please consult the following website for up to date information on testing requirements as the situation can change quickly: https://www.garuda-indonesia.com/uk/en/news-and-events/kebijakan-operasional-terkait-covid19.
    Destination Denpasar: must show a health certificate with a negative RT-PCR test/negative rapid antigen test result issued within a maximum period of 24 hours before departure
    *Accommodation: Accommodation, including hotels and private rental options, continue to be open for business across Indonesia. Social distancing measures are being applied in hotels
    *Public places and services: Large scale restrictions have been introduced on travel and non-essential services in the period 3-20 July inclusive. Essential services remain accessible.

    Read more
    09.07.2021
  • Indonesia 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).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Indonesia: Indonesia is in the process of implementing a series of changes to admission for foreign nationals in response to the discovery of the new 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 on: consular@indonesianembassy.org.uk.
    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 biweekly review.
    If you are a British 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 to special discretion and provided with written permission from relevant ministries/government institutions.
    • Visitor Visa (for emergency and essential work, a business meeting, probationary period for foreign worker, 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. 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
    • You will need to undergo a further COVID-19 swab test on arrival and then quarantine at your own expense in a designated hotel for a period of 5 days. After 5 days you will undertake a third PCR test. If this 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.
    *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.
    On arrival at Indonesian airports, all visitors must also complete and submit a Health Alert certificate to the Health Quarantine Office. 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, contact your nearest Indonesia Embassy.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Indonesia: Large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) in Jakarta, most of Java island and Bali, currently covering the period of 3-20 July. Essential services are available, but public activities (including schools, offices, religious activities, social and cultural gatherings and public transportation) continue to be limited to maintain social distancing. It is mandatory to wear a face mask when outside. Criminal sanctions may apply for violations of the restrictions. Non-essential businesses are closed and the public are advised to work from home from 3-20 July.
    Public health measures by the Indonesian authorities include restrictions on in-country air travel.
    Foreign tourists continue to be able to travel on domestic flights within Indonesia to catch connecting international flights. Passengers travelling on domestic flights will need:
    • A PCR certificate issued to confirm that they are free of COVID-19. Your certificate should have a readable barcode or QR code.
    • 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 vaccination having been administered.
    *For domestic air passengers: If flying to Bali, you will need:
    • A negative PCR swab test result taken within 48 hours of departure to Bali and a completed https://inahac.kemkes.go.id/. Your negative PCR test certificate must contain a barcode or QR code. If you do not have a barcode/QR code on your certificate, you will be required to take an additional PCR test at the airport on arrival in Bali. GeNose test is no longer valid. For those arriving by sea a PCR test with 48 hr validity or a negative rapid test, again with 48hr validity is required.
    • Your vaccination certificate showing at least 1 COVID-19 vaccine having been administered.
    • If flying to Jakarta you will require a negative PCR swab test taken a maximum of 48 hours prior to departure for Jakarta and a completed
    e-HAC Indonesia form (online).
    • Your vaccination certificate showing at least 1 COVID-19 vaccine having been administered.
    You should check the latest requirements with your airline directly. The Garuda airlines travel declaration form is available on our social media channels.
    Please consult the following website for up to date information on testing requirements as the situation can change quickly: Garuda Indonesia
    Destination Denpasar: must show a health certificate with a negative RT-PCR test/negative rapid antigen test result issued within a maximum period of 24 hours before departure
    *Accommodation: Accommodation, including hotels and private rental options, continue to be open for business across Indonesia. Social distancing measures are being applied in hotels.
    *Public places and services: Large scale restrictions have been introduced on travel and non-essential services in the period 3-20 July inclusive. Essential services remain accessible.

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    03.07.2021
  • Indonesia Latest news: Indonesian government to stop issuing visas for foreign travelers entering from India because of COVID-19 (Reuters, 23.04.2021). Government announces internal travel ban during Eid al-Fitr celebrations from 6-17 May (Reuters, 08.04.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Indonesia: Indonesia is in the process of implementing a series of changes to admission for foreign nationals in response to the discovery of the new 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 on: consular@indonesianembassy.org.uk.
    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 biweekly review.
    If you are a British 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 to special discretion and provided with written permission from relevant ministries/government institutions.
    • Visitor Visa (for emergency and essential work, a business meeting, probationary period for foreign worker, 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. 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
    • You will need to undergo a further COVID-19 swab test on arrival and then quarantine at your own expense in a designated hotel for a period of 5 days. After 5 days you will undertake a third PCR test. If this 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.
    *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.
    On arrival at Indonesian airports, all visitors must also complete and submit a Health Alert certificate to the Health Quarantine Office. 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, contact your nearest Indonesia Embassy.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Indonesia: Mudik Travel. The Indonesian Government have introduced measures designed to stop the spread of COVID during the Mudik period by limiting travel and increasing testing. Specifically, from 22 April until 24 May, if you are travelling by land, sea or air you will need to be able to produce a rapid antigen test or negative PCR test result taken within 24 hours of travelling. This is for both the outward and return journey.
    In addition, from the period 6-17 May inclusive, travel is only permitted for distribution services, Official business or in compassionate circumstances (birth or death). Large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) in Jakarta are being eased in a number of stages. Essential services are available, but public activities (including schools, offices, religious activities, social and cultural gatherings and public transportation) continue to be limited to maintain social distancing. It is mandatory to wear a face mask when outside. Criminal sanctions may apply for violations of the restrictions. Similar restrictions apply in some other areas in Indonesia.
    Public health measures by the Indonesian authorities include some restrictions on in-country air travel. Foreign tourists continue to be able to travel on domestic flights within Indonesia to catch connecting international flights. Passengers travelling on domestic flights may need:
    • a certificate issued to confirm that they are free of COVID-19
    • a completed airline travel declaration form
    • a completed Indonesian e-HAC form (online)
    *For anyone leaving Jakarta: New Governor regulation issued on 17 December states that individuals arriving in, and departing from, Jakarta via all modes of transport, should provide as a minimum a negative rapid antigen test result.
    • Rapid antigen tests can be taken at Jakarta International Airport (Terminal 3) prior to departure.
    • Negative PCR test results are still admissible. Rapid antibody test results will not be.
    • The regulation does not specify any time limits on test result validity
    *For domestic passengers travelling to Bali: If flying to Bali, you will need:
    A negative PCR swab test result taken within 24 hours of departure to Bali and a completed e-HAC Indonesia form (online). A PCR swab result is valid for 24 hours. For those arriving by sea a negative rapid test is required
    You should check the latest requirements with your airline directly. The Garuda airlines travel declaration form is available on our social media channels.
    Please consult the following website for up to date information on testing requirements as the situation can change quickly: https://www.garuda-indonesia.com/uk/en/news-and-events/kebijakan-operasional-terkait-covid19.
    Destination Denpasar: must show a health certificate with a negative RT-PCR test/negative rapid antigen test result issued within a maximum period of 1 x 24 hours before departure or a negative test result of GeNose C19 no later than 1 x 24 hours before departure, if GeNose C19 service test is available at the Departure Airport.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation, including hotels and private rental options, continue to be open for business across Indonesia. Social distancing measures are being applied in hotels.
    *Public places and services: Previous restrictions are gradually being eased and shops, bars and restaurants are resuming business, operating at 50% of their normal capacity and with social distancing of 1 metre. Restrictions remain on large public gatherings.

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    23.04.2021
  • Indonesia Latest News: Ban on foreign arrivals extended until 8 February (Coconuts.co, 27.01.2021)

    International Restrictions: Entry rules in response to coronavirus. *Entry to Indonesia: Indonesia is in the process of implementing a series of changes to admission for foreign nationals in response to the discovery of the new 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. 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 biweekly review.
    You may be able to enter Indonesia if you meet one of the following 4 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 to special discretion and provided with written permission from relevant ministries/government institutions.
    • Visitor Visa (for emergency and essential work, a business meeting, probationary period for foreign worker, 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. 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.
    • You will need to undergo a further COVID-19 swab test on arrival and then quarantine at your own expense in a designated hotel for a period of 5 days. After 5 days you will undertake a third PCR test. If this 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.
    You should not use the NHS testing service to get a test in order to facilitate your travel to another country. You should arrange to take a private test.
    *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. On arrival at Indonesian airports, all visitors must also complete and submit a Health Alert certificate to the Health Quarantine Office. 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: Large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) in Jakarta are being eased in a number of stages. Essential services are available, but public activities (including schools, offices, religious activities, social and cultural gatherings and public transportation) continue to be limited to maintain social distancing. It is mandatory to wear a face mask when outside. Criminal sanctions may apply for violations of the restrictions. Similar restrictions apply in some other areas in Indonesia. Public health measures by the Indonesian authorities include some restrictions on in-country air travel. Foreign tourists continue to be able to travel on domestic flights within Indonesia to catch connecting international flights. Passengers travelling on domestic flights may need:
    • a certificate issued to confirm that they are free of COVID-19;
    • a completed airline travel declaration form;
    • A completed Indonesian e-HAC form (online).
    -For anyone leaving Jakarta between 18 December and 8 January 2021 inclusive:
    • New Governor regulation issued on 17 December states that individuals arriving in, and departing from, Jakarta via all modes of transport, should provide as a minimum a negative rapid antigen test result;
    • Rapid antigen tests can be taken at Jakarta International Airport (Terminal 3) prior to departure;
    • Negative PCR test results are still admissible. Rapid antibody test results will not be;
    • The regulation does not specify any time limits on test result validity.
    -For domestic passengers travelling to Bali between 18 December and 4 January 2021 inclusive
    If flying to Bali, you will need:
    • A negative PCR swab test result taken within 7 days of departure to Bali and a completed e-HAC Indonesia form (online). A PCR swab result is valid for 14 days. For those arriving by sea a negative rapid test is required.
    You should check the latest requirements with your airline directly. The Garuda airlines travel declaration form is available on our social media channels.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation, including hotels and private rental options, continue to be open for business across Indonesia. Social distancing measures are being applied in hotels.
    *Public places and services: Previous restrictions are gradually being eased and shops, bars and restaurants are resuming business, operating at 50% of their normal capacity and with social distancing of 1 metre. Restrictions remain on large public gatherings.

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    10.02.2021
  • Indonesia Latest News: Ban on foreign arrivals extended until 8 February (Coconuts.co, 27.01.2021)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Indonesia: Indonesia is in the process of implementing a series of changes to admission for foreign nationals in response to the discovery of the new 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.
    From 1 January 2021 until 8 Februrary 2021, all non-Indonesian travellers are prohibited from entering Indonesia, although there are exceptions to this ban – including for those with KITAS/KITAP.
    If you are a British national, starting your journey from the UK or from another country, you may be able to enter Indonesia between 1 January 2021 and 25 January 2021 if you meet one of the following 4 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 to special discretion and provided with written permission from relevant ministries/government institutions.
    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. 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;
    • You will need to undergo a further COVID-19 swab test on arrival and then quarantine at your own expense in a designated hotel for a period of 5 days. After 5 days you will undertake a third PCR test. If this 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.
    *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. On arrival at Indonesian airports, all visitors must also complete and submit a Health Alert certificate to the Health Quarantine Office. 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 additional information see announcements of the Indonenian embassies.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Indonesia: Large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) in Jakarta are being eased in a number of stages. Essential services are available, but public activities (including schools, offices, religious activities, social and cultural gatherings and public transportation) continue to be limited to maintain social distancing. It is mandatory to wear a face mask when outside. Criminal sanctions may apply for violations of the restrictions. Similar restrictions apply in some other areas in Indonesia. Public health measures by the Indonesian authorities include some restrictions on in-country air travel. Foreign tourists continue to be able to travel on domestic flights within Indonesia to catch connecting international flights. Passengers travelling on domestic flights may need:
    • a certificate issued to confirm that they are free of COVID-19;
    • a completed airline travel declaration form;
    • A completed Indonesian e-HAC form (online).
    -For anyone leaving Jakarta between 18 December and 8 January 2021 inclusive:
    • New Governor regulation issued on 17 December states that individuals arriving in, and departing from, Jakarta via all modes of transport, should provide as a minimum a negative rapid antigen test result;
    • Rapid antigen tests can be taken at Jakarta International Airport (Terminal 3) prior to departure;
    • Negative PCR test results are still admissible. Rapid antibody test results will not be;
    • The regulation does not specify any time limits on test result validity.
    -For domestic passengers travelling to Bali between 18 December and 4 January 2021 inclusive
    If flying to Bali, you will need:
    • A negative PCR swab test result taken within 7 days of departure to Bali and a completed e-HAC Indonesia form (online). A PCR swab result is valid for 14 days. For those arriving by sea a negative rapid test is required.
    You should check the latest requirements with your airline directly. The Garuda airlines travel declaration form is available on our social media channels.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation, including hotels and private rental options, continue to be open for business across Indonesia. Social distancing measures are being applied in hotels.
    *Public places and services: Previous restrictions are gradually being eased and shops, bars and restaurants are resuming business, operating at 50% of their normal capacity and with social distancing of 1 metre. Restrictions remain on large public gatherings.

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    29.01.2021
  • Indonesia Latest News: Ban on foreign arrivals extended until 8 February (Coconuts.co, 27.01.2021)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Indonesia: Indonesia is in the process of implementing a series of changes to admission for foreign nationals in response to the discovery of the new 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.
    From 1 January 2021 until 8 Februrary 2021, all non-Indonesian travellers are prohibited from entering Indonesia, although there are exceptions to this ban – including for those with KITAS/KITAP.
    If you are a British national, starting your journey from the UK or from another country, you may be able to enter Indonesia between 1 January 2021 and 25 January 2021 if you meet one of the following 4 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 to special discretion and provided with written permission from relevant ministries/government institutions.
    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. 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;
    • You will need to undergo a further COVID-19 swab test on arrival and then quarantine at your own expense in a designated hotel for a period of 5 days. After 5 days you will undertake a third PCR test. If this 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.
    *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. On arrival at Indonesian airports, all visitors must also complete and submit a Health Alert certificate to the Health Quarantine Office. 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 additional information see announcements of the Indonenian embassies.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Indonesia: Large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) in Jakarta are being eased in a number of stages. Essential services are available, but public activities (including schools, offices, religious activities, social and cultural gatherings and public transportation) continue to be limited to maintain social distancing. It is mandatory to wear a face mask when outside. Criminal sanctions may apply for violations of the restrictions. Similar restrictions apply in some other areas in Indonesia. Public health measures by the Indonesian authorities include some restrictions on in-country air travel.
    Foreign tourists continue to be able to travel on domestic flights within Indonesia to catch connecting international flights.
    Passengers travelling on domestic flights may need: a certificate issued to confirm that they are free of COVID-19, a completed airline travel declaration form, a completed Indonesian e-HAC form (online).

    *For anyone leaving Jakarta between 18 December and 8 January 2021 inclusive: New Governor regulation issued on 17 December states that individuals arriving in, and departing from, Jakarta via all modes of transport, should provide as a minimum a negative rapid antigen test result. Rapid antigen tests can be taken atJakarta International Airport (Terminal 3) prior to departure. Negative PCR test results are still admissible. Rapid antibody test results will not be. The regulation does not specify any time limits on test result validity.

    *For domestic passengers travelling to Bali between 18 December and 4 January 2021 inclusive. If flying to Bali, you will need: A negative PCR swab test result taken within 7 days of departure to Bali and a completed e-HAC form (online). A PCR swab result is valid for 14 days. For those arriving by sea a negative rapid test is required.
    You should check the latest requirements with your airline directly. The Garuda Declaration form is available on our social media channels.


    *Accommodation: Accommodation, including hotels and private rental options, continue to be open for business across Indonesia. Social distancing measures are being applied in hotels.
    *Public places and services: Previous restrictions are gradually being eased and shops, bars and restaurants are resuming business, operating at 50% of their normal capacity and with social distancing of 1 metre. Restrictions remain on large public gatherings.

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    28.01.2021
  • Indonesia Inbound Indonesia: Refers to SE Satgas Penanganan Covid-19 No 2 of 2021, effective 15 – 25 January 2021, Foreigners (WNA) are not allowed to enter/transit in Indonesia. The exemption policy of foreigners permitted to enter Indonesia click the button Travel Restrictions to Indonesia below for detailed information.
    While there is no restriction for Indonesian Citizens entering Indonesian territory, as long as it follows the document requirement.

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    16.01.2021
  • Indonesia Latest News: Government closes borders for foreign nationals from 1-14 January 2021 because of COVID-19 concerns (Xinhua, 28.12.2020). West Kalimantan provincial government bans AirAsia flights between Jakarta and Pontianak until 6 January after passengers test positive for COVID-19 (Tempo, 26.12.2020). From 23 December 2020 until 8 January 2021, any traveller who begins their journey from the UK will not be allowed to enter Indonesia (GOV.UK, 23.12.2020). Jakarta government extends COVID-19 restrictions until 3 January 2021 (Xinhua, 21.12.2020). Bali will remain closed for international tourists until end of year (TMR, 01.09.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Indonesia: Indonesia is in the process of implementing a series of changes to admission for foreign nationals in response to the discovery of the new 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 your local Indonesian Embassy. From 1 January 2021 until 14 January 2021, all non-Indonesian travellers are prohibited from entering Indonesia, although there are exceptions to this ban – including for those with KITAS/KITAP. If you are a British National and starting your journey from a country other than the United Kingdom, you may be able to enter Indonesia before 1 January 2021 if you meet one of the following 6 exceptions to the ban:
    • Foreign nationals with limited (KITAS) and permanent stay (KITAP) permits;
    • Foreign nationals with diplomatic visa and working visa;
    • Holders of diplomatic stay permits and business stay permits;
    • Those working on medical and food assistance;
    • Transportation (air, sea, or land) crew;
    • Foreign nationals working on national strategic projects.
    If you are a British national, starting your journey from the UK or from another country, you may be able to enter Indonesia between 1 January 2021 and 14 January 2021 if you meet one of the following 3 exceptions to the ban:
    • Foreign nationals with limited (KITAS) and permanent stay (KITAP) permits;
    • Holders of diplomatic or official visas for an official Ministerial visit or higher;
    • Holders of diplomatic stay permits and official/service stay permits.
    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. 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;
    • You will need to undergo a further COVID-19 swab test on arrival and then quarantine at your own expense in a designated hotel for a period of 5 days. After 5 days you will undertake a third PCR test. If this 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.
    *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. On arrival at Indonesian airports, all visitors must also complete and submit a Health Alert certificate to the Health Quarantine Office. 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 additional information, contact you local Indonesian Embassy.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Indonesia: Large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) in Jakarta are being eased in a number of stages. Essential services are available, but public activities (including schools, offices, religious activities, social and cultural gatherings and public transportation) continue to be limited to maintain social distancing. It is mandatory to wear a face mask when outside. Criminal sanctions may apply for violations of the restrictions. Similar restrictions apply in some other areas in Indonesia. Public health measures by the Indonesian authorities include some restrictions on in-country air travel.
    Foreign tourists continue to be able to travel on domestic flights within Indonesia to catch connecting international flights.
    Passengers travelling on domestic flights may need: a certificate issued to confirm that they are free of COVID-19, a completed airline travel declaration form, a completed Indonesian e-HAC form (online).

    *For anyone leaving Jakarta between 18 December and 8 January 2021 inclusive: New Governor regulation issued on 17 December states that individuals arriving in, and departing from, Jakarta via all modes of transport, should provide as a minimum a negative rapid antigen test result. Rapid antigen tests can be taken atJakarta International Airport (Terminal 3) prior to departure. Negative PCR test results are still admissible. Rapid antibody test results will not be. The regulation does not specify any time limits on test result validity.

    *For domestic passengers travelling to Bali between 18 December and 4 January 2021 inclusive. If flying to Bali, you will need: A negative PCR swab test result taken within 7 days of departure to Bali and a completed e-HAC form (online). A PCR swab result is valid for 14 days. For those arriving by sea a negative rapid test is required.
    You should check the latest requirements with your airline directly. The Garuda Declaration form is available on our social media channels.


    *Accommodation: Accommodation, including hotels and private rental options, continue to be open for business across Indonesia. Social distancing measures are being applied in hotels.
    *Public places and services: Previous restrictions are gradually being eased and shops, bars and restaurants are resuming business, operating at 50% of their normal capacity and with social distancing of 1 metre. Restrictions remain on large public gatherings.

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    07.01.2021
  • Indonesia Travel Requirement / Restriction International Flight to Indonesia

    (Effective date: 1- 14 January 2021)Indonesian NationalsIndonesian Nationals are required to show negative results through the RT-PCR test in the country of origin which is valid 2 x 24 hours before departure and must fill out e-HAC international Indonesia.Foreign NationalsForeign Nationals are not allowed to Enter, except:Foreigners who hold Indonesian Diplomatic Visa/Stay Permit or Service Visa/Stay PermitForeigners who hold Indonesian Temporary Stay Permit (KITAS) or Permanent Stay Permit (KITAP)

    Passengers are required to show negative results through the RT-PCR test in the country of origin which is valid 2 x 24 hours before departure and required to fill out e-HAC international Indonesia.

    Health Protocols for International Passenger Flight to Indonesia (Effective date: until 14 January 2021)All Passengers, Indonesian and Foreign National, will be re-examined in the form of RT-PCR by the competent authorities upon arrival in Indonesia.During the waiting time of the RT-PCR test result, Indonesian Nationals are required to undergo quarantine at a special quarantine accommodation provided by the government. While for foreign Nationals are required to undergo quarantine at the self-funded quarantine area (Hotel / Lodging) which has received certification for COVID-19 quarantine accommodation from the Ministry of Health.In the event that the RT-PCR re-examination result conducted in arrival time shows a negative result, Indonesian nationals must undergo a quarantine for 5 days from the arrival date at a designated government quarantine facility. As for foreign nationals, it is required to undergo a self-quarantine at hotels that has been determined by the government at their own expense. Special provision apply for:Chief of foreign country representatives and their family who are assigned to Indonesia may carry out a self-quarantine at their residence for 5 days;For other foreign diplomats, self-quarantine for 5 days is carried out at quarantine facility provided by the governmentIn the event that the RT-PCR re-examination result conducted in arrival time shows a positive result, medical treatments in a hospital will be given to Indonesia nationals at government expense and foreign nationals at their own expense;After quarantine for 5 days from the date of arrival, Indonesian nationals and foreigners required to undergo the RT-PCR re-examination.In the event of a negative result, Indonesian nationals and foreigners are allowed to continue their journey. In the event of a positive result, medical treatments in a hospital will be given to Indonesia nationals at government expense and foreign nationals at their own expense;This provision is based on Circular Letter of the Task Force for the Acceleration of Handling COVID-19 Number 3 of 2020 & its Addendum and Number 4 of 2020 and also Circular Letter of the Ministry of Transportation No. 24 of 2020 and No. 25 of 2020, comes into force since published until 14 January 2021

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    04.01.2021
  • Indonesia Latest News: Government closes borders for foreign nationals from 1-14 January 2021 because of COVID-19 concerns (Xinhua, 28.12.2020). West Kalimantan provincial government bans AirAsia flights between Jakarta and Pontianak until 6 January after passengers test positive for COVID-19 (Tempo, 26.12.2020). From 23 December 2020 until 8 January 2021, any traveller who begins their journey from the UK will not be allowed to enter Indonesia (GOV.UK, 23.12.2020). Jakarta government extends COVID-19 restrictions until 3 January 2021 (Xinhua, 21.12.2020). Bali will remain closed for international tourists until end of year (TMR, 01.09.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Indonesia: Indonesia is in the process of implementing a series of changes to admission for Foreign Nationals in response to the discovery of the new 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. With effect from 23 December 2020 until 1 January 2021, any non-Indonesian traveller who begins their journey from the UK will not be allowed to enter Indonesia. There are no exceptions to this rule. British Nationals travelling from a third country can still enter Indonesia during this time if they have a valid visa. From 1 January 2021 until 14 January 2021, all non-Indonesian travellers are prohibited from entering Indonesia, although there are exceptions to this ban – including for those with KITAS/KITAP. If you are a British National and starting your journey from a country other than the United Kingdom, you may be able to enter Indonesia before 1 January 2021 if you meet one of the following 6 exceptions to the ban:
    • Foreign nationals with limited (KITAS) and permanent stay (KITAP) permits.
    • Foreign nationals with diplomatic visa and working visa
    • Holders of diplomatic stay permits and business stay permits
    • Those working on medical and food assistance
    • Transportation (air, sea, or land) crew
    • Foreign nationals working on national strategic projects
    If you are a British national, starting your journey from the UK or from another country, you may be able to enter Indonesia between 1 January 2021 and 14 January 2021 if you meet one of the following 3 exceptions to the ban:
    • Foreign nationals with limited (KITAS) and permanent stay (KITAP) permits.
    • Holders of diplomatic or official visas for an official Ministerial visit or higher
    • Holders of diplomatic stay permits and official/service stay permits
    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. Until 1 January, your certificate must be issued a maximum of 48 hours prior to your departure for Indonesia if travelling from a European country or Australia and 72 hours if travelling from a country other than these. 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.
    • You will need to undergo a further COVID-19 swab test on arrival and then quarantine at your own expense in a designated hotel for a period of 5 days. After 5 days you will undertake a third PCR test. If this 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.
    *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. On arrival at Indonesian airports, all visitors must also complete and submit a Health Alert certificate to the Health Quarantine Office. 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: Large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) in Jakarta are being eased in a number of stages. Essential services are available, but public activities (including schools, offices, religious activities, social and cultural gatherings and public transportation) continue to be limited to maintain social distancing. It is mandatory to wear a face mask when outside. Criminal sanctions may apply for violations of the restrictions. Similar restrictions apply in some other areas in Indonesia. Public health measures by the Indonesian authorities include some restrictions on in-country air travel.
    Foreign tourists continue to be able to travel on domestic flights within Indonesia to catch connecting international flights.
    Passengers travelling on domestic flights may need: a certificate issued to confirm that they are free of COVID-19, a completed airline travel declaration form, a completed Indonesian e-HAC form (online).

    *For anyone leaving Jakarta between 18 December and 8 January 2021 inclusive: New Governor regulation issued on 17 December states that individuals arriving in, and departing from, Jakarta via all modes of transport, should provide as a minimum a negative rapid antigen test result. Rapid antigen tests can be taken atJakarta International Airport (Terminal 3) prior to departure. Negative PCR test results are still admissible. Rapid antibody test results will not be. The regulation does not specify any time limits on test result validity.

    *For domestic passengers travelling to Bali between 18 December and 4 January 2021 inclusive. If flying to Bali, you will need: A negative PCR swab test result taken within 7 days of departure to Bali and a completed e-HAC form (online). A PCR swab result is valid for 14 days. For those arriving by sea a negative rapid test is required.
    You should check the latest requirements with your airline directly. The Garuda Declaration form is available on our social media channels.


    *Accommodation: Accommodation, including hotels and private rental options, continue to be open for business across Indonesia. Social distancing measures are being applied in hotels.
    *Public places and services: Previous restrictions are gradually being eased and shops, bars and restaurants are resuming business, operating at 50% of their normal capacity and with social distancing of 1 metre. Restrictions remain on large public gatherings.

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    31.12.2020
  • Indonesia Latest News: Government closes borders for foreign nationals from 1-14 January 2021 because of COVID-19 concerns (Xinhua, 28.12.2020). West Kalimantan provincial government bans AirAsia flights between Jakarta and Pontianak until 6 January after passengers test positive for COVID-19 (Tempo, 26.12.2020). From 23 December 2020 until 8 January 2021, any traveller who begins their journey from the UK will not be allowed to enter Indonesia (GOV.UK, 23.12.2020). Jakarta government extends COVID-19 restrictions until 3 January 2021 (Xinhua, 21.12.2020). Bali will remain closed for international tourists until end of year (TMR, 01.09.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Indonesia: With effect from 23 December 2020 until 1 January 2021, any non-Indonesian traveller who begins their journey from the UK will not be allowed to enter Indonesia. There are no exceptions to this rule. British Nationals travelling from a third country can still enter Indonesia during this time if they have a valid visa. From 1 January 2021 until 14 January 2021, all non-Indonesian travellers are prohibited from entering Indonesia, although there are exceptions to this ban – including for those with KITAS/KITAP. If you are a British National and starting your journey from a country other than the United Kingdom, you may be able to enter Indonesia before 1 January 2021 if you meet one of the following 6 exceptions to the ban:
    • Foreign nationals with limited (KITAS) and permanent stay (KITAP) permits;
    • Foreign nationals with diplomatic visa and working visa;
    • Holders of diplomatic stay permits and business stay permits;
    • Those working on medical and food assistance;
    • Transportation (air, sea, or land) crew;
    • Foreign nationals working on national strategic projects.
    If you are a British national, starting your journey from the UK or from another country, you may be able to enter Indonesia between 1 January 2021 and 14 January 2021 if you meet one of the following 3 exceptions to the ban:
    • Foreign nationals with limited (KITAS) and permanent stay (KITAP) permits;
    • Holders of diplomatic or official visas for an official Ministerial visit or higher;
    • Holders of diplomatic stay permits and official/service stay permits.
    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. Until 1 January, your certificate must be issued a maximum of 48 hours prior to your departure for Indonesia if travelling from a European country or Australia and 72 hours if travelling from a country other than these. 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;
    • You will need to undergo a further COVID-19 swab test on arrival and then quarantine at your own expense in a designated hotel for a period of 5 days. After 5 days you will undertake a third PCR test. If this 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.
    *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. On arrival at Indonesian airports, all visitors must also complete and submit a Health Alert certificate to the Health Quarantine Office. 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: Large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) in Jakarta are being eased in a number of stages. Essential services are available, but public activities (including schools, offices, religious activities, social and cultural gatherings and public transportation) continue to be limited to maintain social distancing. It is mandatory to wear a face mask when outside. Criminal sanctions may apply for violations of the restrictions. Similar restrictions apply in some other areas in Indonesia. Public health measures by the Indonesian authorities include some restrictions on in-country air travel.
    Foreign tourists continue to be able to travel on domestic flights within Indonesia to catch connecting international flights.
    Passengers travelling on domestic flights may need: a certificate issued to confirm that they are free of COVID-19, a completed airline travel declaration form, a completed Indonesian e-HAC form (online).

    *For anyone leaving Jakarta between 18 December and 8 January 2021 inclusive: New Governor regulation issued on 17 December states that individuals arriving in, and departing from, Jakarta via all modes of transport, should provide as a minimum a negative rapid antigen test result. Rapid antigen tests can be taken atJakarta International Airport (Terminal 3) prior to departure. Negative PCR test results are still admissible. Rapid antibody test results will not be. The regulation does not specify any time limits on test result validity.

    *For domestic passengers travelling to Bali between 18 December and 4 January 2021 inclusive. If flying to Bali, you will need: A negative PCR swab test result taken within 7 days of departure to Bali and a completed e-HAC form (online). A PCR swab result is valid for 14 days. For those arriving by sea a negative rapid test is required.
    You should check the latest requirements with your airline directly. The Garuda Declaration form is available on our social media channels.


    *Accommodation: Accommodation, including hotels and private rental options, continue to be open for business across Indonesia. Social distancing measures are being applied in hotels.
    *Public places and services: Previous restrictions are gradually being eased and shops, bars and restaurants are resuming business, operating at 50% of their normal capacity and with social distancing of 1 metre. Restrictions remain on large public gatherings.

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    30.12.2020
  • Indonesia The Indonesian authorities have taken the following steps to further limit the risk of community spread in Indonesia with the restrictions on the visit of Foreign Citizens to enter Indonesia effective 1 – 14 January 2021, based on SE Satgas Penanganan Covid-19 No 4/ 2020. Referring to Regulation of Minister of Law and Human Rights Number 26 of 2020 regarding Visa and Stay Permit in Indonesia, herewith we deliver several provisions Visa and/or Stay Permit as referred consist of:

    Official Stay Permit;Diplomatic Stay Permit;Temporary Stay Permit (KITAS);Permanent Stay (KITAP)

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    29.12.2020
  • Indonesia New rules for arriving to Indonesia.

    The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia presents its compliments to all Foreign Missions (PNA) and International Organizations (OI) in Indonesia, and has the honour to refer to the Ministry’s Circular Note No. D/02626/12/2020/64 of 21 December 2020 which
    announces the National Task Force for COVID-19 Handling Circular Letter Number 3 Year 2020
    on Travel Health Protocol for the People During Christmas and Welcoming New Year 2021

    Holidays in the COVID-19 Pandemic Period. The Ministry has the honour to further announce that
    as of 23 December 2020, the National Task Force for COVID-19 Handling has issued an

    Addendum to the Circular Letter Number 3 Year 2020.
    With regards to the discovery of a new strain of the SARS-CoV-2 virus in South Wales,
    United Kingdom (SARS-CoV-2 VUI 202012/01) and the climb of SARS-CoV-2 Virus transmission
    in European and Australian states, the Government of the Republic of Indonesia has implemented
    special additional measures for travelers traveling from abroad in order to protect the citizens of
    Indonesia from imported cases. The Ministry respectfully emphasizes that these additional
    measures are implemented by the Government of Indonesia to restrict and prevent the flow of
    newcomers as well as to limit the mobility of all citizens (Indonesians and foreign nationals)
    traveling in to Indonesia, particularly to Bali, considering the high rate of Covid-19 transmission
    during this current time. Therefore the Ministry wishes to announce the Addendum to the National
    Task Force for COVID-19 Handling
    Circular Letter Number 3 Year 2020, with the following
    provisions added to point G.5 of the letter:
    e. In addition to the provisions in letter b, the following special provisions also apply:
    i. All Foreign Travelers from United Kingdom traveling to Indonesia, either directly
    or by transit through another country, are not allowed to enter Indonesia.
    ii. Travelers from Europe and Australia traveling to Indonesia, either directly or by
    transit through another country, shall present a negative RT-PCR test result that is
    taken for a maximum period of 2 x 24 hours at the country of origin prior to the time
    of departure, which shall be presented at the health check or at the International
    e-HAC Indonesia (healh portal).
    iii. Indonesian citizens traveling from United Kingdom shall follow the provision in
    point ii.
    f. If the RT-PCR re-examination upon arrival shows negative result, Indonesian citizens shall
    be quarantined for 5 days starting from the date of arrival in Indonesia at the special
    quarantine facility provided by the Government of the Republic of Indonesia, and foreign
    nationals shall perform self-isolation at the hotel appointed by the Government of the
    Republic of Indonesia, at their own expense;
    g. Head of foreign missions and their families who are assigned in Indonesia are permitted
    to undertake a self-isolation at their respective residence in Indonesia for 5 days;
    h. Other foreign diplomats shall undertake a self-isolation at the hotel appointed by the
    Government of the Republic of Indonesia, as stipulated in point f.

    i. If the RT-PCR re-examination upon arrival shows positive result, Indonesian citizens shall
    be treated by the Government’s expense at the referral hospital, and foreign nationals
    shall be treated at the referral hospital at their own expense;
    j. After the 5-day quarantine, Indonesian citizens and foreign nationals shall be re-examined
    by taking a RT-PCR test;
    k. If the test result as stipulated in point j shows a negative result, Indonesia citizens and
    foreign nationals are permitted to continue to their final destinations.
    The Ministry has the honour to further inform the following points:
    1. The National Task Force for COVID-19 Handling Circular Letter is valid from 22 December
    2020 until 8 January 2020, with full implementation starting from 24 December 2020.
    2. Further inquiries and concern by Foreign Missions and International Organizations regarding
    the National Task Force for COVID-19 Handling Circular Letter, if any, shall be sent to the
    Ministry through a diplomatic note in order for the Ministry to convey to the relevant
    ministries/institutions and the National Task Force for COVID-19 Handling at the earliest
    opportunity.
    3. Further information, development, as well as the official translation of the National Task Force
    for COVID-19 Handling Circular Letter along with its addendum, shall be informed to all
    Foreign Missions and International Organizations at the earliest convenience.
    The Ministry avails itself of this opportunity to renew to all Foreign Missions and
    International Organizations in Indonesia, the assurances of its highest consideration.
    Jakarta, 23 Desember 2020

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    24.12.2020
  • Indonesia Latest News: Jakarta government extends COVID-19 restrictions until 3 January 2021 (Xinhua, 21.12.2020). Kualanamu International Airport in Deli Serdang, North Sumatra, resumes domestic routes (Jakarta Post, 16.11.2020). Indonesia-Singapore Flights to Resume October 26 (Tempo, 12.10.2020). Wide-scale social restrictions will be reimposed in Jakarta as COVID-19 cases increase (Reuters, 09.09.2020). Bali will remain closed for international tourists until end of year (TMR, 01.09.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Indonesia: All foreign nationals are barred from entering and transiting through Indonesia. There are 6 exceptions to the ban:
    • foreign nationals with limited (KITAS) and permanent stay (KITAP) permits;
    • foreign nationals with diplomatic visa and working visa;
    • holders of diplomatic stay permits and business stay permits;
    • those working on medical and food assistance;
    • transportation (air, sea, or land) crew;
    • foreign nationals working on national strategic projects;
    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. You must arrive in Indonesia within 72 hours of the date of issue of the certificate. The certificate must be in English. If you arrive without a negative COVID-19 test certificate you will need to undergo a COVID-19 swab test and quarantine on arrival, at your own expense, until the test results are received. This could take up to 7 days;
    • you must provide a personal statement stating readiness to be quarantined for up to 14 days if needed.

    *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 you being denied entry or transit in Indonesia. You should comply with any additional screening measures put in place by the authorities. On arrival at Indonesian airports, all visitors must also complete and submit a Health Alert certificate to the Health Quarantine Office. The government of Indonesia requires that travellers from countries in which the World Health Organisation (WHO) has evidence of local transmission of COVID-19 should self-isolate for 14 days on arrival in Indonesia.
    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 additional information, see the announcement on your nearest Indonesian Embassy website.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Indonesia: Large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) in Jakarta are being eased in a number of stages. Essential services are available, but public activities (including schools, offices, religious activities, social and cultural gatherings and public transportation) continue to be limited to maintain social distancing. It is mandatory to wear a face mask when outside. Criminal sanctions may apply for violations of the restrictions. Similar restrictions apply in some other areas in Indonesia. Public health measures by the Indonesian authorities include some restrictions on in-country air travel.
    Foreign tourists continue to be able to travel on domestic flights within Indonesia to catch connecting international flights.
    Passengers travelling on domestic flights may need: a certificate issued to confirm that they are free of COVID-19, a completed airline travel declaration form, a completed Indonesian e-HAC form (online).

    *For anyone leaving Jakarta between 18 December and 8 January 2021 inclusive: New Governor regulation issued on 17 December states that individuals arriving in, and departing from, Jakarta via all modes of transport, should provide as a minimum a negative rapid antigen test result. Rapid antigen tests can be taken atJakarta International Airport (Terminal 3) prior to departure. Negative PCR test results are still admissible. Rapid antibody test results will not be. The regulation does not specify any time limits on test result validity.

    *For domestic passengers travelling to Bali between 18 December and 4 January 2021 inclusive. If flying to Bali, you will need: A negative PCR swab test result taken within 7 days of departure to Bali and a completed e-HAC form (online). A PCR swab result is valid for 14 days. For those arriving by sea a negative rapid test is required.
    You should check the latest requirements with your airline directly. The Garuda Declaration form is available on our social media channels.


    *Accommodation: Accommodation, including hotels and private rental options, continue to be open for business across Indonesia. Social distancing measures are being applied in hotels.
    *Public places and services: Previous restrictions are gradually being eased and shops, bars and restaurants are resuming business, operating at 50% of their normal capacity and with social distancing of 1 metre. Restrictions remain on large public gatherings.

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    22.12.2020
  • Indonesia Final destination Jakarta

    • Entry Requirements to Indonesia in accordance with the provisions of the IATA Travel Center
    • Hardcopy/printed PCR Test in Bahasa or English with NEGATIVE results with a validity period 7 days at maximum since published by health facilities.
    • International flight passengers destined to Indonesia who cannot provide negative PCR/Swab test result will be allowed to fly and enter Indonesia, however, the passenger must go through a PCR/Swab test & quarantine procedure by the local authority upon arrival in Indonesia.

    From Jakarta to Denpasar (Bali).
    Passengers destined to I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) are required to show negative PCR-based swab test result with a validity period maximal 7 (seven) days before departure
    While in Bali, the traveler is required to have a certificate of negative results of PCR-based swab test or negative results of Rapid Antigen with a validity period of 14 (fourteen) days from the date of issuance.
    For Passengers departing from Bali, a certificate of PCR-based test with negative results or rapid antigen still valid with a period of 14 (fourteen) days from the date of issuance and taken at the Bali Provincial health facility can be used for a return trip to Bali.
    For Passengers departing from Bali, a certificate of PCR-based test with negative results with validity period of 14 (fourteen) days from the date of issuanceand taken at the Bali Provincial health facility can be used for a return trip to Bali (Rapid Antigen / Rapid Antibody cannot be accepted)
    These provisions are referring to Bali Governor Letter No. 2021 of 2020 and will be applied for flights departing on December 19, 2020 until January 04, 2021
    Exemption for passenger destined to Bali in the following category which is not mandatory have negative result PCR-based swab tests and allowed to use regular rapid antibodies or antigens still valid referring to Indonesia Ministry of Health Letter (validity period of 14 (fourteen) days):

    Transit Passengers and do not leave the airport
    Passengers of divert flight
    Passengers who come from areas where there are no PCR test facilities may use the rapid antigen test (at the departure airport or at the arrival airport).
    ASN / TNI / Polri who received impromptu assignments / orders
    Exemption for passenger under 12 years and destined to Bali are not required to have a PCR / Rapid Antigen / Rapid Antibody test result (do not require a COVID-19 Free medical certificate)

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    21.12.2020
  • Indonesia Latest News: Kualanamu International Airport in Deli Serdang, North Sumatra, resumes domestic routes (Jakarta Post, 16.11.2020). Indonesia-Singapore Flights to Resume October 26 (Tempo, 12.10.2020). Wide-scale social restrictions will be reimposed in Jakarta as COVID-19 cases increase (Reuters, 09.09.2020). Bali will remain closed for international tourists until end of year (TMR, 01.09.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights are operating to and from Indonesia.
    All foreign nationals are barred from entering and transiting through Indonesia. There are 6 exceptions to the ban: foreign nationals with limited (KITAS) and permanent stay (KITAP) permits. foreign nationals with diplomatic visa and working visa, holders of diplomatic stay permits and business stay permits
    those working on medical and food assistance, transportation (air, sea, or land) crew, foreign nationals working on national strategic projects, 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. The test must have been taken a maximum of 7 days before arrival and your certificate must be in English. If you arrive without a negative COVID-19 test certificate you will be required to undergo a COVID-19 swab test and quarantine on arrival, at your own expense, until the test results are received. This could take up to 7 days. you must provide a personal statement stating readiness to be quarantined for up to 14 days if required.
    All visitors will also be required to present their health certificate showing a negative COVID-19 PCR test result within the previous 7 days at check-in ahead of any scheduled travel. Failure to present a health certificate may result in you being denied entry or transit in Indonesia. You should comply with any additional screening measures put in place by the authorities. On arrival at Indonesian airports, all visitors must also complete and submit a Health Alert certificate to the Health Quarantine Office. The Government of Indonesia requires that travellers from countries in which the World Health Organisation (WHO) has evidence of local transmission of COVID-19 should self-isolate for 14 days on arrival in Indonesia. More information is available regarding coronavirus in Indonesia via the Ministry of Health.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Indonesia: Large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) in Jakarta are being eased in a number of stages. Essential services are available, but public activities (including schools, offices, religious activities, social and cultural gatherings and public transportation) continue to be limited to maintain social distancing. It is mandatory to wear a face mask when outside. Criminal sanctions may apply for violations of the restrictions. Similar restrictions apply in some other areas in Indonesia. Public health measures by the Indonesian authorities include some restrictions on in-country air travel.
    Foreign tourists continue to be able to travel on domestic flights within Indonesia to catch connecting international flights.
    Passengers travelling on domestic flights may need: a certificate issued to confirm that they are free of COVID-19, a completed airline travel declaration form, a completed Indonesian e-HAC form (online).

    *For anyone leaving Jakarta between 18 December and 8 January 2021 inclusive: New Governor regulation issued on 17 December states that individuals arriving in, and departing from, Jakarta via all modes of transport, should provide as a minimum a negative rapid antigen test result. Rapid antigen tests can be taken atJakarta International Airport (Terminal 3) prior to departure. Negative PCR test results are still admissible. Rapid antibody test results will not be. The regulation does not specify any time limits on test result validity.

    *For domestic passengers travelling to Bali between 18 December and 4 January 2021 inclusive. If flying to Bali, you will need: A negative PCR swab test result taken within 7 days of departure to Bali and a completed e-HAC form (online). A PCR swab result is valid for 14 days. For those arriving by sea a negative rapid test is required.
    You should check the latest requirements with your airline directly. The Garuda Declaration form is available on our social media channels.


    *Accommodation: Accommodation, including hotels and private rental options, continue to be open for business across Indonesia. Social distancing measures are being applied in hotels.
    *Public places and services: Previous restrictions are gradually being eased and shops, bars and restaurants are resuming business, operating at 50% of their normal capacity and with social distancing of 1 metre. Restrictions remain on large public gatherings.

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    18.12.2020
  • Indonesia Latest News: Kualanamu International Airport in Deli Serdang, North Sumatra, resumes domestic routes (Jakarta Post, 16.11.2020). Indonesia-Singapore Flights to Resume October 26 (Tempo, 12.10.2020). Wide-scale social restrictions will be reimposed in Jakarta as COVID-19 cases increase (Reuters, 09.09.2020). Bali will remain closed for international tourists until end of year (TMR, 01.09.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights are operating to and from Indonesia.
    All foreign nationals are barred from entering and transiting through Indonesia. There are 6 exceptions to the ban: foreign nationals with limited (KITAS) and permanent stay (KITAP) permits. foreign nationals with diplomatic visa and working visa, holders of diplomatic stay permits and business stay permits
    those working on medical and food assistance, transportation (air, sea, or land) crew, foreign nationals working on national strategic projects, 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. The test must have been taken a maximum of 7 days before arrival and your certificate must be in English. If you arrive without a negative COVID-19 test certificate you will be required to undergo a COVID-19 swab test and quarantine on arrival, at your own expense, until the test results are received. This could take up to 7 days. you must provide a personal statement stating readiness to be quarantined for up to 14 days if required.
    All visitors will also be required to present their health certificate showing a negative COVID-19 PCR test result within the previous 7 days at check-in ahead of any scheduled travel. Failure to present a health certificate may result in you being denied entry or transit in Indonesia. You should comply with any additional screening measures put in place by the authorities. On arrival at Indonesian airports, all visitors must also complete and submit a Health Alert certificate to the Health Quarantine Office. The Government of Indonesia requires that travellers from countries in which the World Health Organisation (WHO) has evidence of local transmission of COVID-19 should self-isolate for 14 days on arrival in Indonesia. More information is available regarding coronavirus in Indonesia via the Ministry of Health.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Indonesia: Large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) in Jakarta are being eased in a number of stages. Essential services are available, but public activities (including schools, offices, religious activities, social and cultural gatherings and public transportation) continue to be limited to maintain social distancing. It is mandatory to wear a face mask when outside. Criminal sanctions may apply for violations of the restrictions. Similar restrictions apply in some other areas in Indonesia. Public health measures by the Indonesian authorities include some restrictions on in-country air travel.
    Foreign tourists continue to be able to travel on domestic flights within Indonesia to catch connecting international flights.
    Passengers travelling on domestic flights may need: a certificate issued to confirm that they are free of COVID-19, a completed airline travel declaration form, a completed Indonesian e-HAC form (online).

    *For anyone leaving Jakarta between 18 December and 8 January 2021 inclusive: New Governor regulation issued on 17 December states that individuals arriving in, and departing from, Jakarta via all modes of transport, should provide as a minimum a negative rapid antigen test result. Rapid antigen tests can be taken atJakarta International Airport (Terminal 3) prior to departure. Negative PCR test results are still admissible. Rapid antibody test results will not be. The regulation does not specify any time limits on test result validity.

    *For domestic passengers travelling to Bali between 18 December and 4 January 2021 inclusive. If flying to Bali, you will need: A negative PCR swab test result taken at a maximum 48 hours before departure to Bali and a completed e-HAC form (online). A PCR swab result is valid for 14 days. For those arriving by sea a negative rapid test is required.
    You should check the latest requirements with your airline directly. The Garuda Declaration form is available on our social media channels.


    *Accommodation: Accommodation, including hotels and private rental options, continue to be open for business across Indonesia. Social distancing measures are being applied in hotels.
    *Public places and services: Previous restrictions are gradually being eased and shops, bars and restaurants are resuming business, operating at 50% of their normal capacity and with social distancing of 1 metre. Restrictions remain on large public gatherings.

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    17.12.2020
  • Indonesia Bali. New requirements for domestic flights to Bali.
    Passengers are required to show negative PCR-based swab test result with a validity period 2 x 24 hours before departure, and fill out Indonesia’s e-HAC.

    While in Bali, the traveler is required to have a certificate of negative results of the PCR-based swab test with a validity period of 14 (fourteen) days from the date of issuance.

    For Traveler departing from Bali, a valid PCR-based test result can be used for a return trip to Bali. Passengers must be able to show a valid certificate of a PCR-based swab test taken at the Bali Provincial health facility that is still valid

    These provisions are referring to Bali Governor Letter No. 2021 of 2020 and will be applied for flights departing on December 18, 2020 until January 4, 2021

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    16.12.2020
  • Indonesia

    1. International Flight
      1. Outbound Indonesia: requirements should refer to each destination country’s policy and information on the government, embassy, and related authority’s website or IATA Travel Center here.
        According to the Singapore Authority, flight transit through Singapore Changi Airport is temporary not allowed until further notice.
      2. Inbound Indonesia: currently no foreigners are allowed to enter/transit in Indonesia. The exemption policy of foreigners that are allowed to enter Indonesian territory refers to the Regulation of Indonesian Minister of Law and Human Rights No.26 of 2020, click the button Travel Restrictions to Indonesia below for detailed information.
        While there is no restriction for Indonesian Citizens entering Indonesian territory, as long as it follows the document requirement.
    2. Domestic Flight
      Every person is eligible to travel as long as a Health Certificate with a COVID-19 free result is presented based on document requirements of each destination policy on the following table.
      For departures from regions that do not have a COVID-19 test facility, may substitute it with a Health Certificate that shows symptoms-free of influenza-like illnesses issued by a hospital/community health center doctor.

    Health Certificate Validity
    Based on COVID-19 Handling Acceleration Force letter, the acceptable period of Health Certificates based on COVID-19 test type results are as follows:
     Health Certificate with a non-reactive Rapid test results valid maximum of 14 days from the health facility issuance
     Health Certificate with a negative PCR/Swab test results valid maximum of 14 days from the health facility issuance
    – Limited to passengers with international flight to Jakarta/Surabaya/Denpasar the PCR/Swab test results valid maximum 7 days from the health facility issuance

    Final Destination Bali:

     Entry Requirements to Indonesia in accordance with the provisions of the IATA Travel Center
    • Hardcopy/printed PCR Test in Bahasa or English with NEGATIVE results with a validity period 7 days at maximum since published by health facilities.
     Passengers who cannot provide a negative PCR/Swab test result will be allowed to fly to Denpasar/Bali, however, the passenger must go through a PCR/Swab test upon arrival at their own cost at a health facility referred by the local authority & conduct a self-quarantine until the test result is issued
     All passengers are required to register themselves at the LoveBali website here
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    25.11.2020
  • Indonesia Latest News: Wide-scale social restrictions will be reimposed in Jakarta as COVID-19 cases increase (Reuters, 09.09.2020). Bali will remain closed for international tourists until end of year (TMR, 01.09.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights are operating to and from Indonesia.
    All foreign nationals are barred from entering and transiting through Indonesia. There are 6 exceptions to the ban: foreign nationals with limited (KITAS) and permanent stay (KITAP) permits. foreign nationals with diplomatic visa and working visa, holders of diplomatic stay permits and business stay permits
    those working on medical and food assistance, transportation (air, sea, or land) crew, foreign nationals working on national strategic projects, 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. The test must have been taken a maximum of 7 days before arrival and your certificate must be in English. If you arrive without a negative COVID-19 test certificate you will be required to undergo a COVID-19 swab test and quarantine on arrival, at your own expense, until the test results are received. This could take up to 7 days. you must provide a personal statement stating readiness to be quarantined for up to 14 days if required.
    All visitors will also be required to present their health certificate showing a negative COVID-19 PCR test result within the previous 7 days at check-in ahead of any scheduled travel. Failure to present a health certificate may result in you being denied entry or transit in Indonesia. You should comply with any additional screening measures put in place by the authorities. On arrival at Indonesian airports, all visitors must also complete and submit a Health Alert certificate to the Health Quarantine Office. The Government of Indonesia requires that travellers from countries in which the World Health Organisation (WHO) has evidence of local transmission of COVID-19 should self-isolate for 14 days on arrival in Indonesia. More information is available regarding coronavirus in Indonesia via the Ministry of Health.

    Internal Restrictions:
    Large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) in Jakarta are being eased in a number of stages. Essential services are available, but public activities (including schools, offices, religious activities, social and cultural gatherings and public transportation) continue to be limited to maintain social distancing. It is mandatory to wear a face mask when outside. Criminal sanctions may apply for violations of the restrictions. Similar restrictions apply in some other areas in Indonesia. Public health measures by the Indonesian authorities include some restrictions on in-country air travel. Foreign tourists continue to be able to travel on domestic flights within Indonesia to catch connecting international flights. Passengers travelling on domestic flights may need: a certificate issued in the previous 14 days to confirm that they are free of COVID-19, a completed airline travel declaration form, a letter from their Embassy confirming that they are returning home. You should check the latest requirements with your airline directly. Garuda Declaration form.
    Accommodation, including hotels and private rental options, continue to be open for business across Indonesia. Social distancing measures are being applied in hotels.Previous restrictions are gradually being eased and shops, bars and restaurants are resuming business, operating at 50% of their normal capacity and with social distancing of 1 metre. Restrictions remain on large public gatherings.

    Read more
    30.09.2020
  • Indonesia The Indonesian island of Bali will not open to foreign tourists again this year, due to coronavirus concerns.

    Authorities of the popular holiday destination had earlier said foreign visitors would be allowed to return from next month.

    But the plan has been scrapped over concerns about Indonesia’s mounting Covid-19 cases.

    The move has renewed worries about the impact on residents in an economy heavily dependent on tourism.

    Millions of foreigners fly to Bali each year in search of deserted beaches, terraced rice fields and sprawling Hindu temples.

    But their numbers have dropped sharply since Indonesia closed its borders to non-residents, like other countries battling with the pandemic.

    Since the end of July the island has turned to domestic visitors to help its ravaged tourism industry, the heart of the local economy, reopening beaches, temples and other landmarks to local travellers.

    But hotels and restaurants have been struggling to survive, with many resort workers returning home to villages and small towns to earn an income.

    BBC.com

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    25.08.2020
  • Indonesia Bali reopens to domestic tourists, foreign visitors to be allowed from 11 September (AP, 30.07.2020)

    *****

    International restrictions:

    Commercial flights are operating to and from Indonesia.
    All foreign nationals are barred from entering and transiting through Indonesia. There are 6 exceptions to the ban: foreign nationals with limited (KITAS) and permanent stay (KITAP) permits. foreign nationals with diplomatic visa and working visa, holders of diplomatic stay permits and business stay permits
    those working on medical and food assistance, transportation (air, sea, or land) crew, foreign nationals working on national strategic projects, 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. The test must have been taken a maximum of 7 days before arrival and your certificate must be in English. If you arrive without a negative COVID-19 test certificate you will be required to undergo a COVID-19 swab test and quarantine on arrival, at your own expense, until the test results are received. This could take up to 7 days. you must provide a personal statement stating readiness to be quarantined for up to 14 days if required.
    All visitors will also be required to present their health certificate showing a negative COVID-19 PCR test result within the previous 7 days at check-in ahead of any scheduled travel. Failure to present a health certificate may result in you being denied entry or transit in Indonesia. You should comply with any additional screening measures put in place by the authorities. On arrival at Indonesian airports, all visitors must also complete and submit a Health Alert certificate to the Health Quarantine Office. The Government of Indonesia requires that travellers from countries in which the World Health Organisation (WHO) has evidence of local transmission of COVID-19 should self-isolate for 14 days on arrival in Indonesia. More information is available regarding coronavirus in Indonesia via the Ministry of Health.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    Large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) in Jakarta are being eased in a number of stages. Essential services are available, but public activities (including schools, offices, religious activities, social and cultural gatherings and public transportation) continue to be limited to maintain social distancing. It is mandatory to wear a face mask when outside. Criminal sanctions may apply for violations of the restrictions. Similar restrictions apply in some other areas in Indonesia. Public health measures by the Indonesian authorities include some restrictions on in-country air travel. Foreign tourists continue to be able to travel on domestic flights within Indonesia to catch connecting international flights. Passengers travelling on domestic flights may need: a certificate issued in the previous 14 days to confirm that they are free of COVID-19, a completed airline travel declaration form, a letter from the British Embassy confirming that they are returning home, You should check the latest requirements with your airline directly. (Garuda Declaration form, [https://drive.google.com/file/d/1sG-c6VEUdHjjrHscpC3M5l1TTJwNeIfT/view?fbclid=IwAR0QDFecTVb8SJoUjhMNYJs8gELy-VGunVre19aGueTKlblXbSGGCBfV614].
    Accommodation, including hotels and private rental options, continue to be open for business across Indonesia. Social distancing measures are being applied in hotels.Previous restrictions are gradually being eased and shops, bars and restaurants are resuming business, operating at 50% of their normal capacity and with social distancing of 1 metre. Restrictions remain on large public gatherings.

    Read more
    30.07.2020
  • Indonesia *****

    International restrictions:

    Commercial flights are operating to and from Indonesia.
    All foreign nationals are barred from entering and transiting through Indonesia. There are 6 exceptions to the ban: foreign nationals with limited (KITAS) and permanent stay (KITAP) permits. foreign nationals with diplomatic visa and working visa, holders of diplomatic stay permits and business stay permits
    those working on medical and food assistance, transportation (air, sea, or land) crew, foreign nationals working on national strategic projects, 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. The test must have been taken a maximum of 7 days before arrival and your certificate must be in English. If you arrive without a negative COVID-19 test certificate you will be required to undergo a COVID-19 swab test and quarantine on arrival, at your own expense, until the test results are received. This could take up to 7 days. you must provide a personal statement stating readiness to be quarantined for up to 14 days if required.
    All visitors will also be required to present their health certificate showing a negative COVID-19 PCR test result within the previous 7 days at check-in ahead of any scheduled travel. Failure to present a health certificate may result in you being denied entry or transit in Indonesia. You should comply with any additional screening measures put in place by the authorities. On arrival at Indonesian airports, all visitors must also complete and submit a Health Alert certificate to the Health Quarantine Office. The Government of Indonesia requires that travellers from countries in which the World Health Organisation (WHO) has evidence of local transmission of COVID-19 should self-isolate for 14 days on arrival in Indonesia. More information is available regarding coronavirus in Indonesia via the Ministry of Health.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    Large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) in Jakarta are being eased in a number of stages. Essential services are available, but public activities (including schools, offices, religious activities, social and cultural gatherings and public transportation) continue to be limited to maintain social distancing. It is mandatory to wear a face mask when outside. Criminal sanctions may apply for violations of the restrictions. Similar restrictions apply in some other areas in Indonesia. Public health measures by the Indonesian authorities include some restrictions on in-country air travel. Foreign tourists continue to be able to travel on domestic flights within Indonesia to catch connecting international flights. Passengers travelling on domestic flights may need: a certificate issued in the previous 14 days to confirm that they are free of COVID-19, a completed airline travel declaration form, a letter from the British Embassy confirming that they are returning home, You should check the latest requirements with your airline directly. (Garuda Declaration form, https://drive.google.com/file/d/1sG-c6VEUdHjjrHscpC3M5l1TTJwNeIfT/view?fbclid=IwAR0QDFecTVb8SJoUjhMNYJs8gELy-VGunVre19aGueTKlblXbSGGCBfV614).
    Accommodation, including hotels and private rental options, continue to be open for business across Indonesia. Social distancing measures are being applied in hotels.Previous restrictions are gradually being eased and shops, bars and restaurants are resuming business, operating at 50% of their normal capacity and with social distancing of 1 metre. Restrictions remain on large public gatherings.

    Read more
    13.07.2020
  • Indonesia

    *****

    International restrictions:

    Domestic flights are operating subject to certain restrictions (subject to a negative PCR test); International commercial flight options remain available from Indonesia albeit at significantly reduced levels.
    All foreign nationals are barred from entering and transiting through Indonesia. There are 6 exceptions to the ban: foreign nationals with limited (KITAS) and permanent stay (KITAP) permits; foreign nationals with diplomatic visa and working visa; holders of diplomatic stay permits and business stay permits
    those working on medical and food assistance; transportation (air, sea, or land) crew; foreign nationals working on national strategic projects;
    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. The test must have been taken a maximum of 7 days before arrival and your certificate must be in English. If you arrive without a negative COVID-19 test certificate you will be required to undergo a COVID-19 swab test and quarantine on arrival, at your own expense, until the test results are received. This could take up to 7 days. you must provide a personal statement stating readiness to be quarantined for up to 14 days if required
    The border between East Nusa Tenggara and Timor-Leste is closed. West Kalimantan has closed its land borders with Malaysia’s Sarawak state.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    On 31 March the Indonesian government announced new regulations to enforce large scale social distancing which includes limiting the movement of people and goods, and the restricting of religious practices and activities in public areas. Large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) in Jakarta are being eased in a number of stages. Essential services are available, but public activities (including schools, offices, religious activities, social and cultural gatherings and public transportation) continue to be limited to maintain social distancing. It is mandatory to wear a facemask when outside. Criminal sanctions may apply for violations of the restrictions. Similar restrictions apply in some other areas in Indonesia.
    Jakarta extended a transition period to exit from a partial lockdown by two weeks. (Bloomberg, 01.07.2020)

    *****Relaxation to restrictions:
    Jakarta partly reopens, public transport services resume (AP, 08.06.2020).
    Bali: first phase of reopening will begin Thursday 9 July when restaurants across the island begin accepting local business. The second phase will see Bali reopen to domestic tourists by the end of July while maintaining “strict health protocols” to prevent the spread of coronavirus, Bali provincial secretary Dewa Made Indra told local reporters on Sunday. The third phase, reopening to foreign tourists, is slated for September 11. (Breitbart, 07.07.2020)

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    07.07.2020
  • Indonesia Jakarta extended a transition period to exit from a partial lockdown by two weeks. (Bloomberg, 01.07.2020)

    *****

    International restrictions:

    Domestic flights are operating subject to certain restrictions (subject to a negative PCR test); International commercial flight options remain available from Indonesia albeit at significantly reduced levels.
    All foreign nationals are barred from entering and transiting through Indonesia. There are 6 exceptions to the ban: foreign nationals with limited (KITAS) and permanent stay (KITAP) permits; foreign nationals with diplomatic visa and working visa; holders of diplomatic stay permits and business stay permits
    those working on medical and food assistance; transportation (air, sea, or land) crew; foreign nationals working on national strategic projects;
    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. The test must have been taken a maximum of 7 days before arrival and your certificate must be in English. If you arrive without a negative COVID-19 test certificate you will be required to undergo a COVID-19 swab test and quarantine on arrival, at your own expense, until the test results are received. This could take up to 7 days. you must provide a personal statement stating readiness to be quarantined for up to 14 days if required
    The border between East Nusa Tenggara and Timor-Leste is closed. West Kalimantan has closed its land borders with Malaysia’s Sarawak state.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    On 31 March the Indonesian government announced new regulations to enforce large scale social distancing which includes limiting the movement of people and goods, and the restricting of religious practices and activities in public areas. Large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) in Jakarta are being eased in a number of stages. Essential services are available, but public activities (including schools, offices, religious activities, social and cultural gatherings and public transportation) continue to be limited to maintain social distancing. It is mandatory to wear a facemask when outside. Criminal sanctions may apply for violations of the restrictions. Similar restrictions apply in some other areas in Indonesia.

    *****Relaxation to restrictions:
    Jakarta partly reopens, public transport services resume (AP, 08.06.2020)

    Read more
    01.07.2020
  • Indonesia Jakarta partly reopens, public transport services resume (AP, 08.06.2020)

    *****

    International restrictions:

    Domestic flights are operating subject to certain restrictions (subject to a negative PCR test); International commercial flight options remain available from Indonesia albeit at significantly reduced levels.
    All foreign nationals are barred from entering and transiting through Indonesia. There are 6 exceptions to the ban: foreign nationals with limited (KITAS) and permanent stay (KITAP) permits; foreign nationals with diplomatic visa and working visa; holders of diplomatic stay permits and business stay permits
    those working on medical and food assistance; transportation (air, sea, or land) crew; foreign nationals working on national strategic projects;
    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. The test must have been taken a maximum of 7 days before arrival and your certificate must be in English. If you arrive without a negative COVID-19 test certificate you will be required to undergo a COVID-19 swab test and quarantine on arrival, at your own expense, until the test results are received. This could take up to 7 days. you must provide a personal statement stating readiness to be quarantined for up to 14 days if required
    The border between East Nusa Tenggara and Timor-Leste is closed. West Kalimantan has closed its land borders with Malaysia’s Sarawak state.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    On 31 March the Indonesian government announced new regulations to enforce large scale social distancing which includes limiting the movement of people and goods, and the restricting of religious practices and activities in public areas. Large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) in Jakarta are being eased in a number of stages. Essential services are available, but public activities (including schools, offices, religious activities, social and cultural gatherings and public transportation) continue to be limited to maintain social distancing. It is mandatory to wear a facemask when outside. Criminal sanctions may apply for violations of the restrictions. Similar restrictions apply in some other areas in Indonesia.

    Read more
    26.06.2020
  • Indonesia Jakarta partly reopens, public transport services resume (AP, 08.06.2020)

    1. Passengers are not allowed to enter and transit.
    – This does not apply to nationals of Indonesia.
    – This does not apply to passengers with a Temporary Stay Permit (ITAS) or Permanent Stay Permit (ITAP).
    – This does not apply to passengers with a diplomatic or a service visa.
    – This does not apply to passengers with a diplomatic or service stay permit.
    2. Passengers and airline crew must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result issued at most 7 days before arrival.
    – This does not apply to nationals of Indonesia.
    3. Passengers are subject to medical screening and quarantine for 14 days.
    – This does not apply to nationals of Indonesia.
    4. Airline crew are subject to medical screening and quarantine until their next scheduled flight.
    – This does not apply to nationals of Indonesia.
    5. Deadhead crew will be given an entry stamp. They must:
    – have a valid crew ID card or crew member certificate; and
    – 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.

    *****

    International restrictions:

    All foreign nationals are barred from entering and transiting through Indonesia. There are 6 exceptions to the ban: foreign nationals with limited (KITAS) and permanent stay (KITAP) permits.
    foreign nationals with diplomatic visa and working visa; holders of diplomatic stay permits and business stay permits; those working on medical and food assistance; transportation (air, sea, or land) crew; foreign nationals working on national strategic projects; 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. The test must have been taken a maximum of 7 days before arrival and your certificate must be in English. If you arrive without a negative COVID-19 test certificate you will be required to undergo a COVID-19 swab test and quarantine on arrival, at your own expense, until the test results are received. This could take up to 7 days. you must provide a personal statement stating readiness to be quarantined for up to 14 days if required

    *****Border closures:
    The border between East Nusa Tenggara and Timor-Leste is closed. West Kalimantan has closed its land borders with Malaysia’s Sarawak state.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    On 31 March the Indonesian government announced new regulations to enforce large scale social distancing which includes limiting the movement of people and goods, and the restricting of religious practices and activities in public areas. Large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) in Jakarta are being eased in a number of stages. Essential services will continue to be available, but public activities (including schools, offices, religious activities, social and cultural gatherings and public transportation) will continue to be limited to maintain social distancing. It is mandatory to wear a facemask when outside. Criminal sanctions may apply for violations of the restrictions. Other regions may implement similar restrictions in the near future. If you are visiting or living in Indonesia, you should comply with all local regulations and be aware that limitations may change at short notice.

    *****Relaxation Measures
    (Bloomberg, 04.06.2020) The Jakarta government will begin easing restrictions. The capital will begin transitioning to a lifting of curbs with offices, restaurants and retail outlets permitted to open from 8 June, albeit with a 50% capacity limit,. Large-scale social distancing rules remain.

    Read more
    18.06.2020
  • Indonesia 1. Passengers are not allowed to transit or enter Indonesia.
    – This does not apply to:
    – nationals of Indonesia;
    – passengers with a Temporary Stay Permit (ITAS) or Permanent Stay Permit (ITAP);
    – passengers with a Diplomatic Visa or a Service Visa;
    – passengers with a Diplomatic Stay Permit or Service Stay Permit;
    – medical aid workers or Food Sustenance Workers for Humanitarian Purposes;
    – personnel working on strategic national projects.
    2. Passengers and airline crew must:
    – go through medical screening upon arrival; and
    be quarantined for 14 days; and
    – have a medical certificate issued within 7 days before arrival stating a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test result, that the passenger is free from respiratory disease and ‘fit to travel’; or
    – be tested for Coronavirus (COVID-19) upon arrival.
    – This does not apply to nationals of Indonesia.
    3. Deadhead crew that will be active on return flight will be given an entry stamp if they:
    – have a valid crew ID card or crew member certificate; and
    – provide written notification from airline to Immigration Officer at entry point that the personnel will be on duty during return flight. This notification should be received by Immigration officer at entry point at latest 24 hours upon arrival.

    International restrictions:

    All commercial flights to and from Indonesia are expected to be reduced until at least 1 June. Cargo transport, law enforcement operations, and operations supporting COVID-19 containment, repatriation flights as well as flights for state officials, diplomatic staff and representatives of international organisations will continue to operate. There is a temporary entry and transit ban for all foreign travellers into Indonesia, apart from those with stay permits, on diplomatic missions and in essential services sectors.
    Foreign nationals must provide a health certificate that includes a non-reactive/negative COVID-19 result from a Rapid Test or PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) of health (in English or Bahasa Indonesia) issued by the local health authorities no more than seven days prior to arrival. Indonesian nationals are exempt. Those who test negative may be allowed to self quarantine at home. They must also not have a travel history to any COVID-19 affected countries in the 14 days prior entry into Indonesia. According to the authorities, should there still be many COVID-19 affected countries, the other two requirements would suffice. All travellers must fill out and submit a Health Alert Card to the Port Health Office prior to arrival at the entrance of the Indonesian International Airport. If additional investigations find the initial symptoms of Covid-19, there will be an observation at a government facility for 14 days.
    All Visa services are temporarily suspended for all types of visas until further notice with the exception of Diplomatic Visas, Service Visas and Residence Visas Limited TKA (VITAS TKA) specifically for foreigners who are working on the National Strategic Project (PSN).
    The extension of Short Visit Pass for foreign travellers who are currently in Indonesia and have expired shall be conducted in accordance with the Regulation of the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights No. 7 of 2020. The extension of Residence Permit for holders of Temporary Stay Permit Card (KITAS)/ Permanent Stay Permit Card (KITAP) and holders of Diplomatic Visa and Service Visa who are currently overseas and will expire, shall be conducted in accordance with the Regulation of the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights no.7 of 2020.

    Border closures:
    The border between East Nusa Tenggara and Timor-Leste is closed. West Kalimantan has closed its land borders with Malaysia’s Sarawak state.

    Internal restrictions:

    All domestic transport via air, land and sea was allowed to resume from 7 May. However, operators have to comply with strict health guidelines and not everybody is allowed to travel. Individuals exempt from travel restrictions are required to abide by further directives. These include a travel certificate from a relevant institution, a negative COVID-19 test and declaration of travel plans. The authorities implemented ‘large scale social restrictions’ (PSBB), which is legally enforceable. The capital Jakarta, has PSBB in place until 22 May. Other areas under PSBB include, but are not limited to, West Sumatra province, Surabaya (East Java province), South Tangerang city, Tangerang city, Tangerang regency (all Banten province), Tarakan city (North Kalimantan province), Bogor regency, Bogor city, Depok city, Bekasi regency, Bekasi city, Bandung City, Bandung regency, West Bandung regency, Sumedang regency, Cimahi city (all West Java province), Tegal city, (Central Java province), Pekanbaru city (Riau province), Makassar city (South Sulawesi province). Areas under COVID-19 ‘Red Zone’ (areas with high case of COVID-19) include, but are not limited to, Batam city, Greater Bandung, Greater Jakarta, Malang city, Manokwari city, Medan city, Palembang city, Semarang city, Surabaya city, Surakarta city and Sorong city. Travel within the Greater Jakarta (Bogor, Bekasi, Depok, Jakarta and Tangerang) via ground transport is permitted. Travel into and out of COVID-19 ‘red zones’ and areas which have implemented PSBB measures, including Jakarta, will be prohibited under the ban. However, inter-provincial toll roads and public transportation will remain open so as to facilitate travel for essential workers and services. For areas under PSBB, travel by train and sea is restricted until 31 May and 8 June respectively. All public facilities will be closed including places of worship, schools, entertainment venues, as well as some tourist attractions. All businesses in non-essential sectors have been urged to implement working from home arrangements for staff. Jakarta: Under PSBB until 4 June, all public facilities are closed including places of worship, schools, entertainment venues and some tourist attractions. All businesses in non-essential sectors have been urged to implement working from home arrangements for staff. Taxi services such as Bluebird continue to operate, though with reduced operations. TransJakarta bus and metro services are only operating at half their passenger capacity and with reduced hours from 06.00 to 18.00. All passengers are required to wear a mask when using public transport in Jakarta. The city’s Mass Rapid Transit and Light Rail Transit services are limited to 06.00-18.00 under the PSBB. A curfew has been put in place in Aceh province until 29 May, between 20.30 and 05.30. All businesses including tourist attractions and entertainment venues are closed. Public transport is exempted. Further curfews are in place for Mataram (West Nusa Tenggara province), Sikka (East Nusa Tenggara province) and Pekalongan (Central Java province). The annual exodus of Indonesians from urban centres to their hometowns, known locally as mudik, for the Eid al-Fitr holiday has been banned. All access both inbound and outbound from airports and seaports in Papua is restricted; a number of local government authorities have ordered this to be extended. However, they have clarified that Papua is not under lockdown. Social distancing measures are in place, and entertainment venues and places of worship are closed. Places such as markets and shops are closed or have limited operation time from 06.00 to 14.00. The authorities have urged people to remain at home unless journey is deemed essential. During the period of the PSBB, all passengers of the KRL Commuterline (in Greater Jakarta region) are required to show a letter of assignment indicating that they work for essential sectors that are allowed to operate during PSBB.

    Relaxation Measures
    (Bloomberg, 04.06.2020) The Jakarta government will begin easing restrictions. The capital will begin transitioning to a lifting of curbs with offices, restaurants and retail outlets permitted to open from 8 June, albeit with a 50% capacity limit,. Large-scale social distancing rules remain.

    Read more
    04.06.2020
  • Indonesia 1. Passengers are not allowed to transit or enter Indonesia.
    – This does not apply to:
    – nationals of Indonesia;
    – passengers with a Temporary Stay Permit (ITAS) or Permanent Stay Permit (ITAP);
    – passengers with a Diplomatic Visa or a Service Visa;
    – passengers with a Diplomatic Stay Permit or Service Stay Permit;
    – medical aid workers or Food Sustenance Workers for Humanitarian Purposes;
    – personnel working on strategic national projects.
    2. Passengers and airline crew must:
    – go through medical screening upon arrival; and
    be quarantined for 14 days; and
    – have a medical certificate issued within 7 days before arrival stating a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test result, that the passenger is free from respiratory disease and ‘fit to travel’; or
    – be tested for Coronavirus (COVID-19) upon arrival.
    – This does not apply to nationals of Indonesia.
    3. Deadhead crew that will be active on return flight will be given an entry stamp if they:
    – have a valid crew ID card or crew member certificate; and
    – provide written notification from airline to Immigration Officer at entry point that the personnel will be on duty during return flight. This notification should be received by Immigration officer at entry point at latest 24 hours upon arrival.

    International restrictions:

    All commercial flights to and from Indonesia are expected to be reduced until at least 1 June. Cargo transport, law enforcement operations, and operations supporting COVID-19 containment, repatriation flights as well as flights for state officials, diplomatic staff and representatives of international organisations will continue to operate. There is a temporary entry and transit ban for all foreign travellers into Indonesia, apart from those with stay permits, on diplomatic missions and in essential services sectors.
    Foreign nationals must provide a health certificate that includes a non-reactive/negative COVID-19 result from a Rapid Test or PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) of health (in English or Bahasa Indonesia) issued by the local health authorities no more than seven days prior to arrival. Indonesian nationals are exempt. Those who test negative may be allowed to self quarantine at home. They must also not have a travel history to any COVID-19 affected countries in the 14 days prior entry into Indonesia. According to the authorities, should there still be many COVID-19 affected countries, the other two requirements would suffice. All travellers must fill out and submit a Health Alert Card to the Port Health Office prior to arrival at the entrance of the Indonesian International Airport. If additional investigations find the initial symptoms of Covid-19, there will be an observation at a government facility for 14 days.
    All Visa services are temporarily suspended for all types of visas until further notice with the exception of Diplomatic Visas, Service Visas and Residence Visas Limited TKA (VITAS TKA) specifically for foreigners who are working on the National Strategic Project (PSN).
    The extension of Short Visit Pass for foreign travellers who are currently in Indonesia and have expired shall be conducted in accordance with the Regulation of the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights No. 7 of 2020. The extension of Residence Permit for holders of Temporary Stay Permit Card (KITAS)/ Permanent Stay Permit Card (KITAP) and holders of Diplomatic Visa and Service Visa who are currently overseas and will expire, shall be conducted in accordance with the Regulation of the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights no.7 of 2020.

    Border closures:
    The border between East Nusa Tenggara and Timor-Leste is closed. West Kalimantan has closed its land borders with Malaysia’s Sarawak state.

    Internal restrictions:

    All domestic transport via air, land and sea was allowed to resume from 7 May. However, operators have to comply with strict health guidelines and not everybody is allowed to travel. Individuals exempt from travel restrictions are required to abide by further directives. These include a travel certificate from a relevant institution, a negative COVID-19 test and declaration of travel plans. The authorities implemented ‘large scale social restrictions’ (PSBB), which is legally enforceable. The capital Jakarta, has PSBB in place until 22 May. Other areas under PSBB include, but are not limited to, West Sumatra province, Surabaya (East Java province), South Tangerang city, Tangerang city, Tangerang regency (all Banten province), Tarakan city (North Kalimantan province), Bogor regency, Bogor city, Depok city, Bekasi regency, Bekasi city, Bandung City, Bandung regency, West Bandung regency, Sumedang regency, Cimahi city (all West Java province), Tegal city, (Central Java province), Pekanbaru city (Riau province), Makassar city (South Sulawesi province). Areas under COVID-19 ‘Red Zone’ (areas with high case of COVID-19) include, but are not limited to, Batam city, Greater Bandung, Greater Jakarta, Malang city, Manokwari city, Medan city, Palembang city, Semarang city, Surabaya city, Surakarta city and Sorong city. Travel within the Greater Jakarta (Bogor, Bekasi, Depok, Jakarta and Tangerang) via ground transport is permitted. Travel into and out of COVID-19 ‘red zones’ and areas which have implemented PSBB measures, including Jakarta, will be prohibited under the ban. However, inter-provincial toll roads and public transportation will remain open so as to facilitate travel for essential workers and services. For areas under PSBB, travel by train and sea is restricted until 31 May and 8 June respectively. All public facilities will be closed including places of worship, schools, entertainment venues, as well as some tourist attractions. All businesses in non-essential sectors have been urged to implement working from home arrangements for staff. Jakarta: Under PSBB until 4 June, all public facilities are closed including places of worship, schools, entertainment venues and some tourist attractions. All businesses in non-essential sectors have been urged to implement working from home arrangements for staff. Taxi services such as Bluebird continue to operate, though with reduced operations. TransJakarta bus and metro services are only operating at half their passenger capacity and with reduced hours from 06.00 to 18.00. All passengers are required to wear a mask when using public transport in Jakarta. The city’s Mass Rapid Transit and Light Rail Transit services are limited to 06.00-18.00 under the PSBB. A curfew has been put in place in Aceh province until 29 May, between 20.30 and 05.30. All businesses including tourist attractions and entertainment venues are closed. Public transport is exempted. Further curfews are in place for Mataram (West Nusa Tenggara province), Sikka (East Nusa Tenggara province) and Pekalongan (Central Java province). The annual exodus of Indonesians from urban centres to their hometowns, known locally as mudik, for the Eid al-Fitr holiday has been banned. All access both inbound and outbound from airports and seaports in Papua is restricted; a number of local government authorities have ordered this to be extended. However, they have clarified that Papua is not under lockdown. Social distancing measures are in place, and entertainment venues and places of worship are closed. Places such as markets and shops are closed or have limited operation time from 06.00 to 14.00. The authorities have urged people to remain at home unless journey is deemed essential. During the period of the PSBB, all passengers of the KRL Commuterline (in Greater Jakarta region) are required to show a letter of assignment indicating that they work for essential sectors that are allowed to operate during PSBB.

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    01.06.2020
  • Indonesia 1. Passengers are not allowed to transit or enter Indonesia. – This does not apply to: – nationals of Indonesia; – passengers with a Temporary Stay Permit (ITAS) or Permanent Stay Permit (ITAP); – passengers with a Diplomatic Visa or a Service Visa; – passengers with a Diplomatic Stay Permit or Service Stay Permit; – medical aid workers or Food Sustenance Workers for Humanitarian Purposes; – personnel working on strategic national projects. 2. Passengers and airline crew must: – go through medical screening upon arrival; and be quarantined for 14 days; and – have a medical certificate issued within 7 days before arrival stating a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test result, that the passenger is free from respiratory disease and ‘fit to travel’; or – be tested for Coronavirus (COVID-19) upon arrival. – This does not apply to nationals of Indonesia. 3. Deadhead crew that will be active on return flight will be given an entry stamp if they: – have a valid crew ID card or crew member certificate; and – provide written notification from airline to Immigration Officer at entry point that the personnel will be on duty during return flight. This notification should be received by Immigration officer at entry point at latest 24 hours upon arrival.

    International restrictions:

    All commercial flights to and from Indonesia are expected to be reduced until at least 1 June. Cargo transport, law enforcement operations, and operations supporting COVID-19 containment, repatriation flights as well as flights for state officials, diplomatic staff and representatives of international organisations will continue to operate. There is a temporary entry and transit ban for all foreign travellers into Indonesia, apart from those with stay permits, on diplomatic missions and in essential services sectors. Foreign nationals must provide a health certificate that includes a non-reactive/negative COVID-19 result from a Rapid Test or PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) of health (in English or Bahasa Indonesia) issued by the local health authorities no more than seven days prior to arrival. Indonesian nationals are exempt. Those who test negative may be allowed to self quarantine at home. They must also not have a travel history to any COVID-19 affected countries in the 14 days prior entry into Indonesia. According to the authorities, should there still be many COVID-19 affected countries, the other two requirements would suffice. All travellers must fill out and submit a Health Alert Card to the Port Health Office prior to arrival at the entrance of the Indonesian International Airport. If additional investigations find the initial symptoms of Covid-19, there will be an observation at a government facility for 14 days. All Visa services are temporarily suspended for all types of visas until further notice with the exception of Diplomatic Visas, Service Visas and Residence Visas Limited TKA (VITAS TKA) specifically for foreigners who are working on the National Strategic Project (PSN). The extension of Short Visit Pass for foreign travellers who are currently in Indonesia and have expired shall be conducted in accordance with the Regulation of the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights No. 7 of 2020. The extension of Residence Permit for holders of Temporary Stay Permit Card (KITAS)/ Permanent Stay Permit Card (KITAP) and holders of Diplomatic Visa and Service Visa who are currently overseas and will expire, shall be conducted in accordance with the Regulation of the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights no.7 of 2020. Border closures: The border between East Nusa Tenggara and Timor-Leste is closed. West Kalimantan has closed its land borders with Malaysia’s Sarawak state.

    Internal restrictions:

    All domestic transport via air, land and sea was allowed to resume from 7 May. However, operators have to comply with strict health guidelines and not everybody is allowed to travel. Individuals exempt from travel restrictions are required to abide by further directives. These include a travel certificate from a relevant institution, a negative COVID-19 test and declaration of travel plans. The authorities implemented ‘large scale social restrictions’ (PSBB), which is legally enforceable. The capital Jakarta, has PSBB in place until 22 May. Other areas under PSBB include, but are not limited to, West Sumatra province, Surabaya (East Java province), South Tangerang city, Tangerang city, Tangerang regency (all Banten province), Tarakan city (North Kalimantan province), Bogor regency, Bogor city, Depok city, Bekasi regency, Bekasi city, Bandung City, Bandung regency, West Bandung regency, Sumedang regency, Cimahi city (all West Java province), Tegal city, (Central Java province), Pekanbaru city (Riau province), Makassar city (South Sulawesi province). Areas under COVID-19 ‘Red Zone’ (areas with high case of COVID-19) include, but are not limited to, Batam city, Greater Bandung, Greater Jakarta, Malang city, Manokwari city, Medan city, Palembang city, Semarang city, Surabaya city, Surakarta city and Sorong city. Travel within the Greater Jakarta (Bogor, Bekasi, Depok, Jakarta and Tangerang) via ground transport is permitted. Travel into and out of COVID-19 ‘red zones’ and areas which have implemented PSBB measures, including Jakarta, will be prohibited under the ban. However, inter-provincial toll roads and public transportation will remain open so as to facilitate travel for essential workers and services. For areas under PSBB, travel by train and sea is restricted until 31 May and 8 June respectively. All public facilities will be closed including places of worship, schools, entertainment venues, as well as some tourist attractions. All businesses in non-essential sectors have been urged to implement working from home arrangements for staff. Jakarta: Under PSBB until 4 June, all public facilities are closed including places of worship, schools, entertainment venues and some tourist attractions.

    All businesses in non-essential sectors have been urged to implement working from home arrangements for staff. Taxi services such as Bluebird continue to operate, though with reduced operations. TransJakarta bus and metro services are only operating at half their passenger capacity and with reduced hours from 06.00 to 18.00. All passengers are required to wear a mask when using public transport in Jakarta. The city’s Mass Rapid Transit and Light Rail Transit services are limited to 06.00-18.00 under the PSBB. A curfew has been put in place in Aceh province until 29 May, between 20.30 and 05.30. All businesses including tourist attractions and entertainment venues are closed. Public transport is exempted. Further curfews are in place for Mataram (West Nusa Tenggara province), Sikka (East Nusa Tenggara province) and Pekalongan (Central Java province). The annual exodus of Indonesians from urban centres to their hometowns, known locally as mudik, for the Eid al-Fitr holiday has been banned. All access both inbound and outbound from airports and seaports in Papua is restricted; a number of local government authorities have ordered this to be extended.

    However, they have clarified that Papua is not under lockdown. Social distancing measures are in place, and entertainment venues and places of worship are closed. Places such as markets and shops are closed or have limited operation time from 06.00 to 14.00. The authorities have urged people to remain at home unless journey is deemed essential. During the period of the PSBB, all passengers of the KRL Commuterline (in Greater Jakarta region) are required to show a letter of assignment indicating that they work for essential sectors that are allowed to operate during PSBB.

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    30.05.2020
  • Indonesia

    International restrictions:

    All commercial flights to and from Indonesia are expected to be reduced until at least 1 June. Cargo transport, law enforcement operations, and operations supporting COVID-19 containment, repatriation flights as well as flights for state officials, diplomatic staff and representatives of international organisations will continue to operate. There is a temporary entry and transit ban for all foreign travellers into Indonesia, apart from those with stay permits, on diplomatic missions and in essential services sectors. Foreign nationals must provide a health certificate that includes a non-reactive/negative COVID-19 result from a Rapid Test or PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) of health (in English or Bahasa Indonesia) issued by the local health authorities no more than seven days prior to arrival. Indonesian nationals are exempt. Those who test negative may be allowed to self quarantine at home. They must also not have a travel history to any COVID-19 affected countries in the 14 days prior entry into Indonesia. According to the authorities, should there still be many COVID-19 affected countries, the other two requirements would suffice. All travellers must fill out and submit a Health Alert Card to the Port Health Office prior to arrival at the entrance of the Indonesian International Airport. If additional investigations find the initial symptoms of Covid-19, there will be an observation at a government facility for 14 days. All Visa services are temporarily suspended for all types of visas until further notice with the exception of Diplomatic Visas, Service Visas and Residence Visas Limited TKA (VITAS TKA) specifically for foreigners who are working on the National Strategic Project (PSN). The extension of Short Visit Pass for foreign travellers who are currently in Indonesia and have expired shall be conducted in accordance with the Regulation of the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights No. 7 of 2020. The extension of Residence Permit for holders of Temporary Stay Permit Card (KITAS)/ Permanent Stay Permit Card (KITAP) and holders of Diplomatic Visa and Service Visa who are currently overseas and will expire, shall be conducted in accordance with the Regulation of the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights no.7 of 2020. Border closures: The border between East Nusa Tenggara and Timor-Leste is closed. West Kalimantan has closed its land borders with Malaysia’s Sarawak state.

    Internal restrictions:

    All domestic transport via air, land and sea was allowed to resume from 7 May. However, operators have to comply with strict health guidelines and not everybody is allowed to travel. Individuals exempt from travel restrictions are required to abide by further directives. These include a travel certificate from a relevant institution, a negative COVID-19 test and declaration of travel plans. The authorities implemented ‘large scale social restrictions’ (PSBB), which is legally enforceable. The capital Jakarta, has PSBB in place until 22 May. Other areas under PSBB include, but are not limited to, West Sumatra province, Surabaya (East Java province), South Tangerang city, Tangerang city, Tangerang regency (all Banten province), Tarakan city (North Kalimantan province), Bogor regency, Bogor city, Depok city, Bekasi regency, Bekasi city, Bandung City, Bandung regency, West Bandung regency, Sumedang regency, Cimahi city (all West Java province), Tegal city, (Central Java province), Pekanbaru city (Riau province), Makassar city (South Sulawesi province). Areas under COVID-19 ‘Red Zone’ (areas with high case of COVID-19) include, but are not limited to, Batam city, Greater Bandung, Greater Jakarta, Malang city, Manokwari city, Medan city, Palembang city, Semarang city, Surabaya city, Surakarta city and Sorong city. Travel within the Greater Jakarta (Bogor, Bekasi, Depok, Jakarta and Tangerang) via ground transport is permitted. Travel into and out of COVID-19 ‘red zones’ and areas which have implemented PSBB measures, including Jakarta, will be prohibited under the ban. However, inter-provincial toll roads and public transportation will remain open so as to facilitate travel for essential workers and services. For areas under PSBB, travel by train and sea is restricted until 31 May and 8 June respectively. All public facilities will be closed including places of worship, schools, entertainment venues, as well as some tourist attractions. All businesses in non-essential sectors have been urged to implement working from home arrangements for staff. Jakarta: Under PSBB, all public facilities are closed including places of worship, schools, entertainment venues and some tourist attractions. All businesses in non-essential sectors have been urged to implement working from home arrangements for staff. Taxi services such as Bluebird continue to operate, though with reduced operations. TransJakarta bus and metro services are only operating at half their passenger capacity and with reduced hours from 06.00 to 18.00. All passengers are required to wear a mask when using public transport in Jakarta. The city’s Mass Rapid Transit and Light Rail Transit services are limited to 06.00-18.00 under the PSBB. A curfew has been put in place in Aceh province until 29 May, between 20.30 and 05.30. All businesses including tourist attractions and entertainment venues are closed. Public transport is exempted. Further curfews are in place for Mataram (West Nusa Tenggara province), Sikka (East Nusa Tenggara province) and Pekalongan (Central Java province). The annual exodus of Indonesians from urban centres to their hometowns, known locally as mudik, for the Idul Fitri holiday has been banned. All access both inbound and outbound from airports and seaports in Papua is restricted; a number of local government authorities have ordered this to be extended. However, they have clarified that Papua is not under lockdown. Social distancing measures are in place, and entertainment venues and places of worship are closed. Places such as markets and shops are closed or have limited operation time from 06.00 to 14.00. The authorities have urged people to remain at home unless journey is deemed essential. During the period of the PSBB, all passengers of the KRL Commuterline (in Greater Jakarta region) are required to show a letter of assignment indicating that they work for essential sectors that are allowed to operate during PSBB.

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    19.05.2020
  • Indonesia

    International restrictions:

    All commercial flights to and from Indonesia have been suspended until 1 June. Exemptions apply to cargo transport, law enforcement operations, and operations supporting COVID-19 containment, repatriation flights as well as flights for state officials, diplomatic staff and representatives of international organisations. There is a temporary entry and transit ban for all foreign travellers into Indonesia, apart from those with stay permits, on diplomatic missions and in essential services sectors. Provide a health certificate that includes a non-reactive/negative COVID-19 result from a Rapid Test or PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) of health (in English or Bahasa Indonesia) issued by the local health authorities no more than seven days prior to arrival. Those who test negative may be allowed to self quarantine at home. They must also not have a travel history to any COVID-19 affected countries in the 14 days prior entry into Indonesia. According to the authorities, should there still be many COVID-19 affected countries, the other two requirements would suffice. All travellers must fill out and submit a Health Alert Card to the Port Health Office prior to arrival at the entrance of the Indonesian International Airport. If additional investigations find the initial symptoms of Covid-19, there will be an observation at a government facility for 14 days.

    All Visa services are temporarily suspended for all types of visas until further notice with the exception of Diplomatic Visas, Service Visas and Residence Visas Limited TKA (VITAS TKA) specifically for foreigners who are working on the National Strategic Project (PSN). The extension of Short Visit Pass for foreign travellers who are currently in Indonesia and have expired shall be conducted in accordance with the Regulation of the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights No. 7 of 2020.

    The extension of Residence Permit for holders of Temporary Stay Permit Card (KITAS)/ Permanent Stay Permit Card (KITAP) and holders of Diplomatic Visa and Service Visa who are currently overseas and will expire, shall be conducted in accordance with the Regulation of the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights no.7 of 2020. Border closures: The border between East Nusa Tenggara and Timor-Leste is closed. West Kalimantan has closed its land borders with Malaysia’s Sarawak state.

    Internal restrictions:

    All domestic transport via air, land and sea was allowed to resume from 7 May. However, operators have to comply with strict health guidelines and not everybody is allowed to travel. Individuals exempt from travel restrictions are required to abide by further directives. These include a travel certificate from a relevant institution, a negative COVID-19 test and declaration of travel plans. The authorities implemented ‘large scale social restrictions’ (PSBB), which is legally enforceable. The capital Jakarta, has PSBB in place until 22 May. Other areas under PSBB include, but are not limited to, West Sumatra province, Surabaya (East Java province), South Tangerang city, Tangerang city, Tangerang regency (all Banten province), Tarakan city (North Kalimantan province), Bogor regency, Bogor city, Depok city, Bekasi regency, Bekasi city, Bandung City, Bandung regency, West Bandung regency, Sumedang regency, Cimahi city (all West Java province), Tegal city, (Central Java province), Pekanbaru city (Riau province), Makassar city (South Sulawesi province). Areas under COVID-19 ‘Red Zone’ (areas with high case of COVID-19) include, but are not limited to, Batam city, Greater Bandung, Greater Jakarta, Malang city, Manokwari city, Medan city, Palembang city, Semarang city, Surabaya city, Surakarta city and Sorong city. Travel within the Greater Jakarta (Bogor, Bekasi, Depok, Jakarta and Tangerang) via ground transport is permitted. Travel into and out of COVID-19 ‘red zones’ and areas which have implemented PSBB measures, including Jakarta, will be prohibited under the ban. However, inter-provincial toll roads and public transportation will remain open so as to facilitate travel for essential workers and services. For areas under PSBB, travel by train and sea is restricted until 31 May and 8 June respectively. All public facilities will be closed including places of worship, schools, entertainment venues, as well as some tourist attractions. All businesses in non-essential sectors have been urged to implement working from home arrangements for staff. Jakarta: Under PSBB, all public facilities are closed including places of worship, schools, entertainment venues and some tourist attractions. All businesses in non-essential sectors have been urged to implement working from home arrangements for staff. Taxi services such as Bluebird continue to operate, though with reduced operations. TransJakarta bus and metro services are only operating at half their passenger capacity and with reduced hours from 06.00 to 18.00. All passengers are required to wear a mask when using public transport in Jakarta. The city’s Mass Rapid Transit and Light Rail Transit services are limited to 06.00-18.00 under the PSBB. A curfew has been put in place in Aceh province until 29 May, between 20.30 and 05.30. All businesses including tourist attractions and entertainment venues are closed. Public transport is exempted. Further curfews are in place for Mataram (West Nusa Tenggara province), Sikka (East Nusa Tenggara province) and Pekalongan (Central Java province). The annual exodus of Indonesians from urban centres to their hometowns, known locally as mudik, for the Idul Fitri holiday has been banned.

    All access both inbound and outbound from airports and seaports in Papua is restricted; a number of local government authorities have ordered this to be extended. However, they have clarified that Papua is not under lockdown. Social distancing measures are in place, and entertainment venues and places of worship are closed. Places such as markets and shops are closed or have limited operation time from 06.00 to 14.00. The authorities have urged people to remain at home unless journey is deemed essential. During the period of the PSBB, all passengers of the KRL Commuterline (in Greater Jakarta region) are required to show a letter of assignment indicating that they work for essential sectors that are allowed to operate during PSBB.

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    16.05.2020
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