PT Putra Nusantara Lestari and online payment system DOKU have launched AeroConnect.app, an Indonesian-born multi-purpose app creating easier lives for travellers, locals and business owners living in or visiting the country.
The app offers the first ever online immigration and visa portal for Bali, which allows travelers to apply for tourist and long stay visas, track their passports at all times during the process and receive real time updates on the status at immigration.
Yousri Solimans, owner of Solimans restaurant, recommended the new immigration service, paying credit to the AeroConnect.app team. “They are highly recommended, their professionalism is outstanding, and their communication is perfect, they managed to get my papers done in very good time, doesn’t charge any hidden fees and their service is very affordable. If you are starting your journey in Bali, they will make it much easier.”
Payment for the immigration services of AeroConnect can be made through QRIS, DOKU Wallet, Debit and Credit Card or PayPal.
Another happy customer, Indo Occean Project, said: “I have been using AeroConnect team’s services for the last 3 years exclusively for all business related inquiries for both my companies in Indonesia and have continued to be very happy with their services. The response time is the greatest asset with questions at all hours of the day being responded to quickly and honestly. The team is flexible and I always get the outcome I desire. The payment procedures are clear and the customer service is great.”
The AeroConnect.app also provides a variety of services ranging from airport VIP service, car rental, airport shuttle ticket purchases and payment top up for your phone and other services. Transportation services will be available in early November.
AeroConnect.app’s Technical and Operational Director, Ardon Ardianto, said that the application was created to be used by anyone, both domestic and foreign tourists.
“We cannot deny that the current conditions are indeed difficult with Covid-19, including transportation and tourism. But we believe that after Covid-19 has subsided, transportation and tourism will increasingly boom,” Ardon said.
Launch initially in Yogyakarta, AeroConnect has a fleet of 50 cars serving that area, with an additional fleet in Bali and Lombok. Senior Vice President of Business Expansion at partnering payment system Doku, Irfan Burhan, said: “As an online payment system provider and technology partner of AeroConnect.app., We are proud to be able to grow and equally advance local business,” said DOKU