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April 17, 2012

eight electric cars to get to the passenger terminal.

Since the re-development of Ngurah Rai Bali began in the middle of last year, passengers have had to walk quite a distance to the passenger terminal from the set down and parking area. However, a new service means that elderly or sick passengers can take advantage of a free electric car service.
At present, all passengers have to walk a distance of about 150 meters to the international terminal and 300 meters to the domestic terminal. Some of the passengers who are late checking-in have been forced to run and as a result arrive at the passenger terminal sweating.
“We now provide eight electric cars to get to the passenger terminal. The public should know about these services,” said Head of Public Relations Bali International Airport Development Project (PPBIB), Hary Budi Waluyo, Tuesday.
The cars have a capacity of four people and are also modified with a luggage place in the back.
Hary affirmed that the cars were prioritized for the elderly, sick, children, or a passenger who is a late check-in. To use it, the prospective passengers have to ask the officer at the passenger drop.
Ngurah Rai Airport is currently being developed to increase passenger capacity and welcome the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation meeting (APEC) Summit in November 2013.
“We apologize if passengers feel uncomfortable. To develop and operate the airport while still busy is not easy,” said Hary.
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