The Lion Air: Smog Haze Has Disturbed The Aviation Since August 2019
The haze in Kalimantan and Sumatra has disrupted the activities both residents and transportation, including flights. Lion Air has speak up!
TRIBUNBATAM.id - Until now, the haze that caused by the forest and land fires (Karhutla) still covers a number of areas, even has spread to the neighboring countries, Malaysia.
The haze in Kalimantan and Sumatra has disrupted the activities both residents and transportation, including flights.
Danang Mandala Prihantoro, the Corporate Communications Strategic of Lion Air Group, said that the flight disruption in the form of the smoke and fire had been seen since last August. This condition has also disrupted flights on a number of routes.
Danang explained, due to the Karhutla smog that affected flight activity, both delayed and forced. However, in the fourth week of August the impact was not very significant.
He said, until now his side couldn't confirm how severe the impact of the fire haze on the company's operations.
But certainly, these conditions have disrupted the rotation or movement of aircraft from one airport to another airport.
He added, the smoke haze that was taking place resulted in the visibility being relatively shorter. So that this condition is not suitable for flight.
Tuesday (09/17/2019), there were at least 12 flights that were delayed and the other two had to be canceled by related airlines that joined to the Lion Group. This happened because of the disturbance of the smoke haze in Karhutla. (*)
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