Prepare 32,474 Tickets For The School Holiday Season, KAI Palembang: Tickets For Kertapati, Lubuklinggau, Until Tanjung Karang Are Sold Out
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JAKARTA - PT Kereta Api Indonesia (KAI) Palembang Regional Division III tickets are starting to sell out a lot ahead of the school holidays from June 26 to July 10, 2022. Of the 32,474 tickets prepared, data as of July 26, tickets that have been sold/ordered are 12,703 seats or 39 percent of the total available.

Head of Public Relations Division of KAI Divre III Palembang Aida Suryanti said, at this moment KAI operates the Serelo train with the Kertapati-Lubuklinggau (PP) connection, the Rajabasa train with the Kertapati-Tanjungkarang (PP) connection which operates every day, and the Sindang Marga commercial train with the Kertapati-Lubuklinggau connection ( PP) for the Sindang Marga train which currently operates every Thursday to Monday.

"The Bukit Serelo train, both for Kertapati and Lubuklinggau, have sold out tickets until Tuesday, June 28, while the Rajabasa train for Tanjung Karang has sold 100 percent of tickets until Wednesday, June 29," said Aida.

Aida said that in the operation of the KAI Divre III trip, referring to the SE of the Ministry of Transportation Number 57 of 2022 concerning Instructions for Implementing Domestic Travel by Rail Transportation during the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Pandemic.

Customers with vaccines 2 and 3 (booster) do not need to show negative results for COVID-19. If it is still the first vaccine, it must show a negative result of the 1x24 hour antigen test or 3x24 hour RT-PCR test, he said.

Meanwhile, customers under the age of 6 years are also not required to show negative results for antigen and PCR, but must be accompanied by parental assistance.

Aida added that KAI Divre III routinely evaluates to accommodate customer needs.

"During the school holidays, it is hoped that the community can make the train an option when traveling because it is safer and more comfortable," said Aida.

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