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Balinese Hindus will parade and burn giant effigies of demons in villages on the island on the eve of the holy day in a celebration known as Ngrupuk. More than 1,000 effigies will be on display, police say.

Security will be stepped up at more than 30 locations expected to draw large crowds during the holiday celebrations.

"We've mapped different areas ahead of Nyepi," Denpasar Police chief Sr. Comr. Hadi Purnomo said on Friday. He added that disruptions occurred during last year's parade.

His office will deploy 1,320 officers, which will be assisted by Bali's traditional security guards, known as pecalang, and members of the Indonesian Military (TNI), Hadi said.

Balinese Hindus typically refrain from using any electricity or fire and stay indoors for a day of reflection during the holy day. According to Balinese customs, pecalang will patrol the island to ensure that there are no outdoor activities during the day.

Ngurah Rai International Airport will close for 24 hours during Nyepi. Airport operator Angkasa Pura I said 324 domestic and international flights heading to and from Bali will experience delays.

Airport operations are expected to resume at 6.01 a.m. local time on March 29.
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            [post_content] => Jakarta/Bali. King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia departed from Ngurah Rai International Airport in Denpasar, Bali, on Sunday (12/03), after a four-day state visit followed by an eight-day vacation in Indonesia.

The king departed at 11.15 a.m. on a Saudi Arabian Airlines Boeing 747-400 bound for Haneda, Japan, to continue his Asian tour.

Several Indonesian government officials – including Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi, Religious Affairs Minister Lukman Hakim Saifuddin, Bali Governor Made Mangku Pastika, Bali Police chief Insp. Gen. Petrus Golose and Udayana Military commander Maj. Gen. Kustanto Widiatmoko – escorted the king to the royal airplane amid heavy security.

"Goodbye King Salman. May God always protect you and may you arrive at your next destination safely," Minister Lukman said at the airport, as reported by news portal Detik.com.

The airport was closed to the public between 10.45 a.m. and 11.30 a.m. for King Salman's departure. This resulted in the delay of 13 domestic and five international flights.

The monarch was accompanied by an entourage of 1,500 people, including 25 princes and 14 ministers during his visit to Indonesia.

President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo welcomed the king at Bogor Palace in West Java on March 1, marking the first visit by a Saudi monarch to Indonesia in nearly five decades.

The two leaders oversaw the signing of 11 agreements, which include pacts to remove trade barriers and a new agreement between the countries' state energy companies, Saudi Aramco and Pertamina, to build on an existing $6 billion plan to expand Indonesia's biggest refinery.

Indonesia also had its annual hajj quota increased to 221,000 from 168,800 pilgrims previously.

President Jokowi honored the king with the Adipurna Star during their meeting in Bogor.

In business, Indonesian and Saudi Arabian companies finalized four investment agreements totaling $2.4 billion in the housing, mining, health and tourism sectors.
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            [post_content] => Jakarta. The Indonesian Air Force is stepping up security ahead of the arrival of Saudi Arabian King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud at Ngurah Rai International Airport in Bali on Saturday (04/03).

King Salman and his entourage will be in Jakarta and Bogor, West Java, for an official state visit from Wednesday, before proceeding to Bali on Saturday for a five-day vacation.

Air Force personnel will be deployed to secure the commercial terminals on the island, Ngurah Rai Air Force Base commander Col. Wayan Superman said.

Fighter jets have also been placed on standby in Madiun, East Java, and Makassar, South Sulawesi.

"Fighter planes are being readied in both Madiun and Ujung Pandang [Makassar]. I think the travel time would be about 45 minutes – more or less – from both Iswahyudi and Sultan Hasanuddin airports. We are awaiting further instructions. Nobody else is allowed to mobilize these planes, because it is all command-based," Wayan said on Tuesday.

National Police deputy chief Comr. Gen. Syafruddin earlier said nearly 10,000 officers will be deployed to secure the visit by King Salman, who will be accompanied by an entourage of around 1,500 men.

President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo will bestow Indonesia's highest honor on King Salman, in reciprocation of the honorary medal Jokowi received during his state visit to Saudi Arabia. The king is also expected to sign several agreements involving investment in infrastructure projects.

Watch more on Indonesia Highlights 8pm tonight at Jakarta Globe News Channel
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            [post_content] => Jakarta. The Directorate General of Civil Aviation has announced that all foreign airlines operating in Indonesia must comply with the country's aviation safety regulations.

"All foreign airlines must comply with these rules, we will also provide tougher enforcement," Agoes Soebagio, the directorate's head of cooperation and public relations, said in a statement on Wednesday (11/01).

Sanctions will be imposed on all airlines that violate the regulations.

The statement was released after a number of chartered flights operated by Tiger Airways Australia were suspended earlier today in Denpasar, Bali.

The airline, which operates flights to Denpasar from Melbourne, Perth and Adelaide, breached the rules by selling one-way tickets, which is not allowed for chartered flights.

Since the airline has a charter agreement with Virgin Australia International Airlines, it was not permitted to sell tickets at all, as only Virgin Australia could do it.

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            [post_content] => Jakarta. Bali's I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport will welcome at least 613 additional flights during the Christmas and New Year period to anticipate an influx of travelers during the long year-end holiday, the airport management said on Sunday (18/12).

Airport co-general manager Putu Puja Supradnyana said the additional flights, which will provide an extra 105,516 seats, were proposed by national flag carrier Garuda Indonesia, Citilink, Sriwijaya Air, Nam Air, Lion Air and Indonesia AirAsia.

The additional flights will serve routes from and to Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Surabaya (East Java), Makassar (South Sulawesi) and Labuan Bajo, Waingapu and Maumere (East Nusa Tenggara), as well as several other destinations.

Flight traffic at the airport is expected to peak on Dec. 23 and Dec. 24 and again between Jan. 1 and Jan 3, Putu said.

"We have also paid serious attention to our equipment and assets, such as runways, aprons, navigation systems, ambulances, firetrucks and generators," Putu said, as reported by state-run news agency Antara.

He said airport operator Angkasa Pura I will also push airlines to improve their services to avoid delays and an accumulation of passengers.
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            [post_content] => Jakarta. A joint team of 1,500 officials will be deployed to secure the Ngurah Rai International Airport in Denpasar, Bali, during the Idul Fitri holiday, an official has said.

As most parts of Indonesia shut down during the annual holiday, set to begin early next month, tourist arrivals in Bali are expected to increase. Bali is a favorite destination for many Indonesians to spend the Idul Fitri holiday every year.

The security team will consist of members of the Airport Authority, National Police, Air Force, Navy and the National Search and Rescue Agency (Basarnas).

The Navy and Basarnas are not usually involved in such operations.

"Our aim is to prevent any type of threat to airport operations. Thus we've involved the Navy and Basarnas this year," Ngurah Rai International Airport general manager Trikora Harjo said on Friday (24/06).

Members of the Navy and Basarnas will safeguard the waters surrounding the airport, while those from the Airport Authority, National Police and Air Force will patrol terminals and parking areas.

The Army will secure several other sites on the island.
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            [post_content] => Denpasar. A 24-year-old Australian national, Dolden Aaron Gerrard, was detained by authorities at the I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport in Denpasar, Bali, for alleged unruly conduct during a flight, officials said on Friday (27/05).

Bali and East Nusa Tenggara airports authority head Yusfandri Gona said Gerrard reportedly spoke loudly and rudely to other passengers on an AirAsia flight from Perth to Denpasar on Thursday.

Despite cabin crew members' efforts to calm the man down, he allegedly persisted with his unruly behavior, which prompted the pilot to report the incident to airport authorities.

Minutes after the airplane landed in Bali, Gerard was detained by airport police for questioning.

"We are still questioning the man, with assistance from Sanglah Hospital and the airport health office," Yusfrandi told reporters.

Meanwhile, Denpasar airport authority investigator Ade Yuliana told the Yahoo Australia news outlet that Gerard might have been overexcited about the prospect of a weeklong holiday with his 10 friends in Bali, as he began making jokes about jumping out of the plane with his surfboard.

"He stood up and yelled, 'I will be the first person to jump from the plane right now' […] That created panic among the passengers," Ade said on Friday.

However, Gerrard claims that he was only guilty of making a badly worded joke about skydiving.

He may be charged with endangering flight security, which carries a maximum penalty of two years' imprisonment or a fine of up to Rp 500 million ($37,000).

Earlier, police in Bali also arrested 39-year-old Hong Kong resident Liem Nang Sang for allegedly smoking during a Citilink flight from Surabaya, East Java, on May 23.

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            [post_content] => Jakarta. The Transportation Ministry has revoked its suspension of ground handling operations by low-cost carriers Lion Air and Indonesia AirAsia for five days and instead converted the punishment to a 30-day probationary period for both airlines, a ministry official announced on Wednesday (25/05).

The baggage and ground handling services of Lion Air at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Tangerang, Banten, and that of AirAsia at I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport in Denpasar, Bali, were originally scheduled to be suspended for five days starting on Wednesday, but the ministry put both flight carriers on probation instead.

Transportation Ministry spokesman Hemi Pamuraharjo said Lion Air and AirAsia are given 30 days to improve its ground handling services. Both companies responded saying that they provide better ground handling services.

The improvements must include conducting vigorous training to ground handling staff to ensure that such breaches of security and airport operational procedures are not bypassed.

The airlines are also barred from hiring third party services for ground handling operations, unless an official agreement has been made and approval has been sought from all relevant parties.

“If improvements aren't made during the probation period, the ground handling operations of both airlines will be revoked,” said Helmi, as reported by Detikcom.

Edward Sirait, President director of Lion Air, said the airline appreciated and thanked the ministry for the decision, adding that significant improvements will be made.

“We are committed to improving the quality of services in order [to ensure that our customers] are comfortable and safe,” Edward said in a statement.

On May 10, Lion Air's ground handling staff reportedly brought 182 passengers arriving on a flight from Singapore to Soekarno-Hatta airport's domestic arrival terminal instead of the international terminal, thereby bypassing immigration.

Less than two weeks later, AirAsia allegedly committed a similar violation by taking 47 passengers  who arrived on a flight from Singapore at around midnight  to Ngurah Rai airport's domestic arrivals. Both airlines say the incidents were accidental.

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            [post_content] => Jakarta. The Ministry of Transportation has suspended ground handling operations by low-cost carriers Lion Air and Indonesia AirAsia  following two separate incidents in the past week that saw passengers arriving on international flights mistakenly taken to the wrong terminals, thus bypassing immigration checkpoints.

During a media conference in Jakarta on Wednesday (18/05), the ministry's director general for air transportation, Suprasetyo, said the baggage and ground handling services of Lion Air at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Tangerang, Banten, and that of AirAsia at I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport in Denpasar, Bali, have been suspended for five days until airport authorities complete their investigations into to the incidents.

Lion Air ground handling staff reportedly took 182 passengers arriving on a flight from Singapore on May 10 to Soekarno-Hatta airport's domestic arrivals terminal instead of the international arrivals.

On Monday, AirAsia allegedly committed a similar violation by taking 47 passengers, who arrived on a flight from Singapore at around midnight, to Ngurah Rai airport's domestic arrivals.

"The purpose of the suspensions is to improve air transportation services," Suprasetyo said, as reported by Antara news agency.

The suspension means that the two airlines must now appoint third parties to perform their ground handling operations at Soekarno-Hatta and Ngurah Rai airports, the official said.

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