Strengthening Papua’s Infrastructure, 37 Flyover Routes to be Built

goodmorningpapua.com – The Ministry of Transportation (Kemenhub) strengthens infrastructure and supports economic and infrastructure development in 2022. This is with the construction of 37 flyover routes in Papua.

“In order to strengthen infrastructure to support economic development and basic services with a major project assigned to the Directorate General of Civil Aviation through a program of the 37 flyover routes in Papua,” said Director General of Civil Aviation Novie Riyanto, Wednesday (1/9/2021).

Novie explained that the priority project is a part of the Government Work Plan (RKP) program 2022 in the context of economic recovery and structural reforms.

“Through the construction of air routes, air cargo transportation from the airport and to airports in the Papua region will support each other to distribute basic commodities,” he added.

He hopes that the problem of the price of basic commodities, especially in underdeveloped, remote, outermost and border areas can be resolved.

“In addition to being budgeted for routine spending, we also direct it to the maintenance and construction of the established connectivity infrastructure,” he explained.

For the record, Novie added that the Directorate General of Civil Aviation in 2022 will get a budget ceiling of Rp7.03 trillion.

“The details are as follows: personnel expenditures of Rp872 billion, operational goods expenditures of Rp751 billion, non-tax revenues of Rp680 billion, BLU of Rp305 billion, SBSN of Rp2 trillion, PHLN of Rp142 billion, non-operational expenditures on goods and capital of Rp2.27 trillion,” he concluded.

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