TNI AU Hands over Halim Airport Management to Lion Air Group’s Subsidiaries


Air Force provide explanations related to land management Halim Perdanakusuma Airport, Jakarta. The Indonesian Air Force said that there had been a handover of airport land management.

Head of the Air Force Information Service (Kadispenau) Marsma TNI Indan Gilang Buldansyah said this was based on the Supreme Court’s review decision Number 527/PK/Pdt/2015 which has permanent legal force. The handover from PT AP II to PT ATS has also taken place.

“Based on a meeting on July 20, 2022 between the Indonesian Air Force, PT Angkasa Pura (AP) II, and PT Angkasa Transportindo Selaras (PT ATS), agreed to carry out the handover of land management of 21 hectares at Halim Perdanakusuma airport, Jakarta. management was carried out on Thursday (21/7/2022) at Halim Perdanakusuma Air Base, Jakarta,” said Indan in a written statement, Thursday (21/7/2022).



PT ATS is a subsidiary of Lion Air Group. Indan said that the Indonesian Air Force had an obligation to hand over land tenure. Likewise, PT AP II is obliged to hand over the management of the land.

“TNI AU has the obligation to hand over control of 21 hectares of land and/or anything that stands on it to PT ATS. Meanwhile, AP II has an obligation to hand over the management of 21 hectares of land or anything that stands on it to be used by PT ATS. Furthermore, PT AP II, as the party that has been carrying out operational management of Halim Perdanakusuma airport, will leave the Halim Perdanakusuma Airport area,” he said.

Indan said the agreement had gone through several meetings between AP II, the Air Force and PT ATS. He ensured that the departure of AP II from Halim Airport would not interfere with flight activities.

“The release of AP II from the Halim Perdanakusuma Airport area in Jakarta does not interfere with flight services, because since January 2022 Halim Perdanakusuma has been undergoing a revitalization program and there is no flight activity. The airport will reopen in September 2022,” he said.

Indan emphasized that there was no transfer of assets, but the transfer of control and management of assets covering an area of ​​21 hectares to be utilized by PT ATS without changing the ownership status of the assets. Assets covering an area of ​​21 hectares, he said, did not transfer to any party, but remained State Property (BMN) in this case the Indonesian Air Force.

“On an area of ​​21 hectares, there are currently an apron, passenger terminal and parking area, which will then be operated by PT ATS,” he said.

He said that the Supreme Court’s decision which had not been implemented so far could have an impact on the non-fulfillment of the obligation to pay Non-Tax State Revenue (PNBP) which has the potential to cause state losses.

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