The Jakarta Post
The interior of Soekarno-Hatta International Airport's Terminal 3. (Shutterstock/rnkadsgn)
Philippine Airlines is set to be the latest carrier to move its operations from Soekarno-Hatta International Airport's Terminal 2 to Terminal 3 starting Tuesday.
The airport's senior manager of branch communications and legal affairs, Febri Toga Simatupang, told kompas.com that the move aims to increase services for both the airline and passengers.
"It's important for us and carriers to provide the best services to the passengers. We, of course, fully support the move of Philippine Airlines starting Tuesday," he said, adding that passengers of the airline would be able to check in at the C24 to C26 and D4 to D6 counters in Terminal 3.
By February, up to 26 international carriers have started operation out of Terminal 3.
Most recently, on Monday, Etihad Airways moved its operations to Terminal 3. (kes)
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