Has anyone noticed that since Indonesia Air Asia international flights out of Jakarta has moved to Terminal 3, all of its international flights (except for the first flight of the day for the aircraft) has suffered from delays?
- If it's weather related, then it shouldn't be as spread out evenly as it is.
- If it's maintenance related, then it shouldn't be as spread out evenly as it is.
- If it's passenger caused delays, then it shouldn't be as spread out evenly as it is.
SO WHAT IS IT?
Maybe it has got something to do with the immigration? After all, they did forget to bring their passport stamps on the first day of T3 International Ops. But it has only been this bad in the last 3 days.
I wonder if it has something to do wih the WHOLE CREW SET running through immigration on EVERY turnaround in Jakarta? I have never seen as many number of crew going through imigration back and forth in my lifetime, anywhere!
A new immigration policy? Well, I don't see that happening in the other terminals in the country... well, haven't heard the crew of other airlines complaining.
Why is it limited to Indonesia Air Asia only and in Terminal 3 only? It doesn't seem to affect Malaysia Air Asia operations...
Therefore, this begs the question... If this is a problem between Indonesia Air Asia and Immigration at T3, why isn't something being done about it?
It's only going to be a matter of time before passengers begin to leave Indonesia Air Asia for international flights. Now I am sure those in Indonesia Air Asia know where the real problem is between them and T3 Immigration. The question is, why isn't anything being done about it? Who's supposed to do something about it?
I wonder what the CGK station chief is doing about it.