Soekarno-Hatta International Airport operator will apply non-cash payment or e-money for parking at the airport.
“The new system is expected to be operational at the airport,” Angkasa Pura Solusi president director Maulidin Wahid Honre told Tempo today, Sept. 28.
Maulidin revealed that his company is currently preparing the equipment and system at the airport. “Readers have been installed at Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. We’re currently in the process of integrating the readers and the parking system,” he explained.
He added that the non-cash payment system has been applied at Terminal 3. According to Maulidin, the e-money payment system for parking would be beneficial for the public.
“[The system] can reduce queues, and airport operators can gain benefits from the cashless system, such as effective collection,” he said.
The number of cars and motorcycles parked at Soekarno-Hatta Airport can reach 50,000 on a daily basis.