InJourney prepares a calendar of events to revive tourism in Bali
This can encourage the growth of passenger traffic to restore the tourism sector on the island of Bali.
Badung, Bali (ANTARA) – State-owned tourism and aviation company PT Aviasi Wisata Indonesia (Persero), or InJourney, has prepared a 2022 tourism activity schedule for three key programs aimed at reviving tourism on the island from Bali.
The three main tourism programs cover sports, art and music, as well as cultural and culinary events, InJourney’s marketing and tourism program manager Maya Watono said in a statement received here on Friday.
“In addition to the series of tourism activities, Indonesia is also preparing for the implementation of the 2022 G20 summit,” she added.
Therefore, she said she expects all Indonesian aviation and tourism stakeholders to cooperate well to host the summit.
InJourney CEO Dony Oskaria noted that the two-year-long COVID-19 pandemic has halted international tourist traffic and caused a significant decline in the tourism ecosystem on the island of Bali.
The island of Bali is the backbone as well as the barometer of Indonesia’s tourism sector, he noted.
Currently, tourism in Bali has an opportunity to revive, as Visa on Arrival (VoA) services for 42 countries and a number of travel easings have started to be implemented at Airport I Gusti Ngurah Rai, in the province of Bali, said the president and director.
“Therefore, we as tourism stakeholders should try to provide various services that have a positive impact on all aviation and tourism stakeholders,” he added.
Efforts include the discount on landing fees provided by public airport operator PT Angkasa Pura I for airlines to incentivize them to reopen or add international flight connections to the island of Bali, he said. declared.
“This can encourage the growth of passenger traffic to restore the tourism sector on the island of Bali. We expect other tourism stakeholders to also participate by offering promotions or offering offers that can attract more tourists,” he added.
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