Dont joke about bomb in baggage, fliers warned

Tangerang, Banten (ANTARA News) – As the holiday rush began, PT Angkasa Pura II (Persero) as the manager of Soekarno-Hatta Airport appealed to passengers not to make jokes about bombs in the luggage.

“Anyone who makes a joke about a bomb could spend a dozen years in jail,” warned the Senior Manager of Soekarno-Hatta Airport, Erwin Revianto, here on Thursday.

The airport had potential vulnerabilities that could pose security problems.”Therefore, it needs cooperation and proactive steps from relevant stakeholders to overcome the problems, such as congestion and hazard-prone points,” he said.

The Police, the Indonesian Military (TNI) and Aviation Security were coordinating to handle the Ramadan rush. Revianto said random check would continue to ensure passengers were safe.

Source: ANTARA News

Dont joke about bomb in baggage, fliers warned

Tangerang, Banten (ANTARA News) – As the holiday rush began, PT Angkasa Pura II (Persero) as the manager of Soekarno-Hatta Airport appealed to passengers not to make jokes about bombs in the luggage.

“Anyone who makes a joke about a bomb could spend a dozen years in jail,” warned the Senior Manager of Soekarno-Hatta Airport, Erwin Revianto, here on Thursday.

The airport had potential vulnerabilities that could pose security problems.”Therefore, it needs cooperation and proactive steps from relevant stakeholders to overcome the problems, such as congestion and hazard-prone points,” he said.

The Police, the Indonesian Military (TNI) and Aviation Security were coordinating to handle the Ramadan rush. Revianto said random check would continue to ensure passengers were safe.

Source: ANTARA News

Dont joke about bomb in baggage, fliers warned

Tangerang, Banten (ANTARA News) – As the holiday rush began, PT Angkasa Pura II (Persero) as the manager of Soekarno-Hatta Airport appealed to passengers not to make jokes about bombs in the luggage.

“Anyone who makes a joke about a bomb could spend a dozen years in jail,” warned the Senior Manager of Soekarno-Hatta Airport, Erwin Revianto, here on Thursday.

The airport had potential vulnerabilities that could pose security problems.”Therefore, it needs cooperation and proactive steps from relevant stakeholders to overcome the problems, such as congestion and hazard-prone points,” he said.

The Police, the Indonesian Military (TNI) and Aviation Security were coordinating to handle the Ramadan rush. Revianto said random check would continue to ensure passengers were safe.

Source: ANTARA News