M. Suriawan Wakan, the airport’s senior general manager, stated that following the move, which aimed to reduce crowds in the airport, the airline would continue to serve its Jakarta-Hanoi and Jakarta-Ho Chi Minh routes.
Each flight will utilize the wide-body Airbus 320 NG aircraft. “We have prepared both the services and facilities at Terminal 3. Everything has been considered carefully,” Wakan said as quoted by Antara news agency.
Terminal 3 is supported by various digital facilities such as a baggage handling system, flight information display system and a mobile app. It is also equipped with 64 immigration counters and 32 immigration autogates.
“We also apply a common use check-in counter system, which is used by the top airports in the world,” said Wakan. (mas/kes)
Source : The Jakarta Post