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    West Java Provincial Government Plans to Open Bandung-Pangandaran Flight Routes

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    BANDUNG CITY - West Java Governor Ridwan Kamil said, his party was exploring to open flight routes from Husein Sastranegara Airport (Bandung City) to Nusawiru Airport (Pangandaran Regency).

    As stated by Emil - familiar greeting Ridwan Kamil - after holding a meeting with the Regent of Pangandaran Jeje Wiradinata in Pakuan Building, Bandung City, Friday (6/9/19).

    "We are currently exploring, flights will be opened from Husein Sastranegara Airport to Nusawiru," Emil said.

    For the price of tickets, continued Emil, approximately Rp. 400 thousand to Rp. 600 thousand. While the airline that will be used, namely Trans Nusa with ATR aircraft which has 70 seats. This plan is also waiting for the community's response.

    "While tickets may be around Rp. 400 thousand to Rp. 600 thousand once left. Tickets from Jakarta which are twenty minutes Rp. 400 thousand, while to Pangandaran (from Bandung) 25 to 30 minutes, so a little more expensive. If the reaction (community) is positive, hopefully in the near future we can start, "he said.

    On the same occasion, Emil said that the progress of the submission of the Pangandaran Special Economic Zone (KEK) was still under review.

    "KEK is still being processed because there is still a lack of orientation. These SEZs should not only be for the domestic target market. The calculations are being improved, "he said.

    "But, I am optimistic that Pangandaran in my era, together with the Regent, will accelerate, because in the next stage there will be arrangement in Batu Karas, Batu Hiu, Karapyak. Not only on the West Coast and South Coast, we are repairing the terminal, we are already waiting for new investors to enter Pangandaran, "Emil said ending.

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