Head of Ngurah Rai International Airport, Colonel I Wayan Superman, assured the public that there will be no shut down in the airport’s activities as former U.S. President, Barack Obama, arrives this afternoon.
All regular activities will be conducted per usual, with the difference being getting the President and his entourage through the airport where they have designated a special exit route just like they did when King Salman visited Bali a few months ago.
“We will not be delaying any commercial flights,” said Superman, as quoted by Kompas. “Similar to when King Salman came to Bali, everything will be normal.”
Obama is expected to land at Ngurah Rai Airport today at 5.55 pm from Guam Airport. The President’s team had already arrived in Bali prior to his visit to coordinate with the authority regarding security. They hoped for a closed security so as not to disturb the comfort of Obama and the family’s holiday in Bali.