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Angkasa Pura II Focuses on Returning Athletes and Officials of the Asian Para Games 2018

15 Oct 2018

Tangerang - The 2018 Games of the Asian Para Games took place quite lively, with a total of 135 medals in the final standings, 37 gold medals, 47 silver medals and 51 bronze medals, the best achievement for Indonesia at the Asian Para Games since 2010.

Carrying the ACTIF concept namely Airport capacity; Communication; Traffic routes; Infrastructure and Facility (technology), Angkasa Pura II has improved the facilities and infrastructure of Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in maximizing support for the continuation of the 2018 Asian Para Games.

A number of facilities and infrastructures continue to be monitored in leading the return of athletes and officials of the Asian Para Games 2018 which are expected to start returning to their respective countries in the period 6-16-16 2018 which is estimated to reach 1,499 athletes and 964 officials from 42 countries.

President Director of Angkasa Pura II, Muhammad Awaluddin, said, "In delivering the return of athletes, we continue to prioritize facilities for disabled athletes so that they do not experience difficulties during the check-in process to boarding the aircraft".

Improvement of infrastructure and facilities is done by maximizing a number of facets such as the management of contingent aircraft parking slots; Arrival & Departure management preparations and flow arrangements for the athletes of the games; Placement of drop-off areas, lift facilities and toilets for difable; Addition of conveyor and Self Check-In Counter facilities; Musholla and fast line prepared to welcome athletes; Wheelchair flow; Hospitality preparation for athletes; to the placement of a number of volunteers at several points to help regulate the flow of passengers.

"Guarding facilities such as wheelchairs, disability toilets and terminals will continue to be optimized. We have deployed approximately 1,500 officers until the return of the athletes and officials of the Asian Para Games 2018, "Awaluddin concluded.

INAPGOC Chairman Raja Sapta Oktohari conveyed, "We really appreciate the support of AP II in the holding of the 2018 Asian Para Games, starting from operational support in handling athletes and preparing facilities and services in airports that are friendly to persons with disabilities". On the same occasion Sesmenpora Gatot S Dewabroto said, "Airport support in this case AP II is very good in ensuring all facilities and services for athletes who will return to their country after finishing the competition, while the parties feel satisfied with the service they received both when they arrived or when returning to his country. "

The PLT Director General of Air Relations Pramintohadi Sukarno said, "AP II still has to serve with the 3S 1C principle, namely Safety, Security, Service and Compliance. These aspects are the basis in providing excellent service to all AP II customers, especially when implementing Asian The Games, so athletes can feel safe and comfortable while at the airport. "