The Indonesia National Air Carriers Association (INACA) revealed that airlines had begun laying off employees from the impact of Covid-19. Some flights may be threatened not to operate. INACA did not specify which airlines did so. INACA Chairperson Denon Prawiratmadja, explained that in order to… Read More »On the verge of bankruptcy, airlines began laying off employees?
Travel and Tourism News
Travel and Tourism News, as the title suggests, this category is about travel and tourism news. Specifically, it is indeed to display the issues of travel and tourism news in Indonesia, although it is also possible to display international tourism news that has a correlation with tourism in Indonesia.
Indonesia Tourism Anticipate Mass Layoff, and so The World | The Government of Indonesia will issue rupiah bonds for recovery. It is expected that the act will reduce layoffs and maintain business cash flows in the new coronavirus disease or pandemic of Covid-19. “We are… Read More »Indonesia Tourism Anticipate Huge Layoff, 50% at Risk
Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park is closed. The closure policy to prevent the transmission of the coronavirus was signed by the Head of the Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park (BBTNBTS) in Malang. In addition to the closure, BBTNBTS postponed and restricted research, education, expedition, and… Read More »Mount Bromo Closed to Prevent Coronavirus Spread
Destinations and the Tourism Industry in Banyuwangi regency including the Ijen Crater closed as of March 16, 2020
Ijen Crater closed as of March 16, 2020 | Below is a copy of the conclusion of the relevant authorities regarding the decision to close tourist attractions, tourism businesses and tourism events in the Banyuwangi Regency in connection with the outbreak of Coronavirus. CONCERNING CLOSURE… Read More »Destinations and the Tourism Industry in Banyuwangi regency including the Ijen Crater closed as of March 16, 2020
Today, Bali authorities have carried out a mass spraying of disinfectant across the tourist areas of the island in a bid to combat coronavirus. It comes as all schools in Denpasar and Jakarta will close from Monday for two weeks and have put on hold… Read More »12 Australian surfers stranded and mass-sprayed in Bali as tourists fight coronavirus
PT Angkasa Pura I stated that all flights at Yogyakarta Adisutjipto or YIA Airport moved to Yogyakarta International Airport or Yogyakarta International Airport starting Sunday, March 29, 2020. The transfer was due to Yogyakarta International Airport located in Kulonprogo, already fully operational. “Now the transfer… Read More »29 March, All Adisutjipto Airport flights move to Yogyakarta International Airport
The Kingdom of the Netherlands has reiterated its pledge to assist the growth of Indonesian tourism, said Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan, Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment. “I’m asking King Willem to help us by sending some of his tourism practitioners to train us to… Read More »The Netherlands is committed to facilitating the development of Indonesian tourism
In the midst of sad news throughout the travel and tourism sector, apparently, there is still positive news that gives little optimism to the travel and tourism industry in Indonesia, Citilink will connect Indonesia to Frankfurt. Indonesian low-cost carrier Citilink Indonesia will operate the first… Read More »From June 2020 Citilink Will Connect Indonesia to Frankfurt, best move?
Coronavirus disease transmission (COVID-19) has started to impact Indonesia’s tourism industry as more visitors with months of travel plans canceled their trips to major destinations, including Komodo National Park in Labuan Bajo, West Manggarai, East Nusa Tenggara. To date, about 45.000 visitors have canceled their… Read More »Cancellations because coronavirus hit the super-priority destination of Labuan Bajo incessantly
Bali officials state that they have not ruled out a possible closure of the tourist mecca should a major coronavirus epidemic arise on the island where a 53-year-old British woman on Wednesday became Indonesia’s first recorded death from the disease. Authorities there have acknowledged that… Read More »Bali authorities consider shutting the gate to visitors after coronavirus death