International Flight Policy

G20 Meeting Bubble in Indonesia

The member of the bubble system at the G20 meeting in Indonesia can enter the bubble area with the following mechanism:

  • Direct flights through entry points for overseas travel to the G20 meeting bubble area in Indonesia;

  • Transit through the entry point (entry point) for overseas travel and then continue domestic travel to the G20 meeting bubble area in Indonesia;

  • Domestic travel by air, land, or sea to the G20 meeting bubble area in Indonesia.

 

G20 Meeting Bubble Entry Requirements in Indonesia

  • All members of the G20 meeting bubble system in Indonesia who come through entry points for overseas travel must meet the following requirements:

    • Show a complete dose of COVID-19 vaccine card or certificate (physical or digital) at least 14 days before departure. Vaccines must be in English and verified on the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia.

    • Shows negative RT-PCR results taken a maximum of 3x24 hours before departure.

    • Show proof of official documents of involvement in a series of activities at the G20 meeting in Indonesia.

    • For members in the G20 meeting bubble system in Indonesia who are foreigners:

      • Show a visit visa or other entry permit following the provisions of the applicable laws and regulations.

      • Show proof of ownership of health insurance with an insured value of USD 25,000 and includes financing for handling COVID-19.

  • Undergo temperature check and RT-PCR test upon arrival. If the test result is negative, you can proceed with the following mechanism:

    • The members of the G20 meeting bubble system in Indonesia with delegates, delegation groups, and VVIPs can continue their journey by following the procedures according to the bubble group.

    • Bubble system members with the status of officers or event committees must undergo centralized quarantine and undergo a second RT-PCR test at the end of the quarantine period according to applicable regulations before continuing their journey to the destination location according to the bubble group.

  • If the results of the RT-PCR test on arrival show a positive result, then follow up with the following conditions:

    • Those who are confirmed positive for COVID-19 with no symptoms or have mild symptoms must undergo isolation in isolation accommodation separate from the bubble area at their own expense (foreigners) or borne by the government (WNI); or

    • The bubble system members who are confirmed positive for COVID-19 with moderate or severe symptoms must undergo isolation/treatment in a hospital at their own expense (foreigners) or borne by the government (WNI).

 

Regulations While Staying in the Bubble Area of ​​the G20 Meeting in Indonesia

  • Show a complete COVID-19 vaccine card or certificate (physical or digital) dose.

  • Undergo a Rapid Antigen test before entering the venue and only enter if the test result is negative.

  • Undergo routine Rapid Antigen tests every day and/or routine RT-PCR tests a maximum of once every 3 days.

  • You are only allowed to interact with people in one bubble group.

  • You are only allowed to carry out activities in the bubble zone that have been determined.

  • Further information Kasatgas Circular No. 6 of 2022.

 

 

Arrival Procedures for Indonesian Citizens and Foreigners:

In accordance with the provisions of the Circular Letter of the COVID-19 Task Force No. 17 of 2022, Effective on 5 April 2022 until further notice, international flight passengers are allowed to enter Indonesia by following the protocol according to the requirements below:

  • All passengers (Indonesian and foreign nationals) are not required to show a negative RT-PCR test result taken in the country of origin prior to departure.
  • Passengers (Indonesian and foreign nationals) who have not been vaccinated or have just received the first dose of vaccine must undergo an RT-PCR test upon arrival 
    • Passengers who have received a complete dose of vaccine (two doses) and/or a booster are allowed to continue their journey (quarantine-free).
    • Quarantine for 5x24 hours for foreign travelers who have just received the first dose of vaccine.
    • For overseas travelers who are under 18 years of age and/or need special protection, the duration of quarantine follows the provisions imposed on their parents or caregivers/travel companions.
    • Passengers with special health conditions or comorbid diseases that cause not and/or have not received vaccinations, are required to attach a doctor's certificate from the Government Hospital in the country of departure stating their health condition. They are allowed to continue their journey without quarantine.
  • Indonesian citizens and foreign nationals will undergo a second RT-PCR test on:
    • Day 4 of quarantine for international travelers who are quarantined with a duration of 5x24 hours.

  • The quarantine for arrivals from Soekarno-Hatta Airport will be carried out at Wisma Athletes Pademangan, RSDC Wisma Athletes Kemayoran, Rusun Nagrak Cilincing, and Rusun Pasar Rumput Manggarai. For entry points other than Soekarno-Hatta Airport will be determined by the Head of the Regional Covid-19 Handling Task Force.

  • If the second RT-PCR test result is positive, Indonesian nationals must undergo treatment at a hospital paid for by the government, while foreign nationals have to undergo treatment at their own expense.

  • If the second RT-PCR test result is negative, the passenger is allowed to continue their journey and encouraged to self-isolate for 14 days.

  • Exceptions to quarantine obligations apply to:

    • Foreign nationals holding diplomatic visas and service visas related to official/state visits of foreign officials at ministerial level and above including delegations from G20 countries; and

    • Foreign nationals who enter Indonesia through the Travel Corridor Arrangement scheme according to the principle of reciprocity.

 

 

Entry point for Indonesian adn Foreign citizens

Based on Circular Letter of COVID-19 Task Force No. 19 of 2022, the entry point to Indonesia for Indonesian and Foreign citizens who travel internationally using air transportation are as follows:

  • Soekarno Hatta, Banten
  • Juanda, East Java
  • Ngurah Rai, Bali
  • Hang Nadim, Riau Islands
  • Raja Haji Fisabilillah, Riau Islands
  • Sam Ratulangi, North Sulawesi
  • Zainuddin Abdul Madjid, West Nusa Tenggara
  • Kualanamu, North Sumatra
  • Sultan Hasanuddin, South Sulawesi
  • Yogyakarta International Airport, Special Region of Yogyakarta

 

The entry point for Indonesian and Foreign citizens who are involved in the hajj program and opened within the period from June 4, 2022 to August 15, 2022:

  • Sultan Iskandar Muda Airport, Aceh;
  • Minangkabau Airport, West Sumatra;
  • Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II Airport, South Sumatra;
  • Adisumarmo Airport, Central Java;
  • Syamsuddin Noor Airport, South Kalimantan; and
  • Sultan Aji Muhammad Sulaiman Airport, Sepinggan, East Kalimantan.

For more information on the regulations for entering and leaving the Indonesian territory, please check the official site of the Indonesian Directorate General of Immigration.

 

 

International flight from Indonesia:

Passengers must read and follow the information and policy from the embassy authorities of the destination country. The COVID-19 test results must be prepared in English.

 

 

International flights for tourist travel purposes

  • Show vaccine card and negative RT-PCR test results according to applicable regulations;
  • Short Visit Visa or other applicable entry permit;
  • Proof of ownership of health insurance with a minimum coverage value of USD 25,000 which includes costs for handling COVID-19; and
  • Proof of booking confirmation and payment (booking) for accommodation while staying in Indonesia.

 

 

Visa on Arrival:

Starting from 7 March 2022, the Visa on Arrival is open for tourists visiting Bali from the following 23 countries:

  1. Australia
  2. United States of America
  3. Netherland
  4. Brunei Darussalam
  5. Philippines
  6. England
  7. Italy
  8. Japan
  9. Germany
  10. Cambodia
  11. Canada
  12. South Korea
  13. Laos
  14. Malaysia
  15. Myanmar
  16. France
  17. Qatar
  18. New Zealand
  19. Singapore
  20. Thailand
  21. Turkey
  22. United Arab Emirates
  23. Vietnam

 

 

All international passengers (Indonesian/Foreigners) are required to download and use the official PeduliLindung application from the Indonesian government on their respective mobile devices as a requirement to enter Indonesia: 

 

For more information on the regulations for entering and leaving the Indonesian territory, please check the official site of the Indonesian Directorate General of Immigration.

 

Further and up-to-date information regarding travel regulations during the COVID-19 pandemic can be found at this link.

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