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Jakarta - PT Angkasa Pura II (Persero) won a prestigious award for the success of digital transformation and human capital.

Managing Director of Angkasa Pura II Muhammad Awaluddin was awarded the Advanced Indonesia Award in the category of Digital CEO of The Year 2019 from Rakyat Merdeka and Warta Ekonomi.

The title as Digital CEO of The Year 2019 was achieved by Muhammad Awaluddin because of his role in introducing digitalization in operations and services in all airports managed by AP II.

"This Digital CEO of the Year 2019 award is also the result of the hard work of all AP II people who chose to change and successfully transformed so that AP II became a pioneer in presenting service and operational digitalization."

"Highest appreciation for the traveler and the public who also support AP II in carrying out digital transformation," said Muhammad Awaluddin.

The AP II digital services that can provide more experience to travelers include the INairPORT application on Android and iOS-based smartphones.

Through INairPORT, a traveler can get ease of service in pre-flight, post-flight, and when at the airport.

In addition to the Digital CEO of The Year 2019, the award was also given to AP II from SWA Magazine, the 2019 HR Excellence Award.

AP II won the 2019 HR Excellence Award for 3 categories namely Learning & Development Strategy (Rating A), HR Technology (AA Rating) and Retention Strategy (AA Rating).

"The 2019 HR Excellence Award demonstrates AP II's commitment to improving the quality of human resources, especially to face global challenges in the 4.0 Industrial Revolution era," Muhammad Awaluddin explained.

Muhammad Awaluddin said digital transformation and human capital were carried out in harmony to improve AP II's ability to recognize and meet market needs.

"60% -70% of aircraft passengers at AP II airports are millennial generation, therefore we are digitizing along with an increase in human resource capabilities so that they can always compensate and even improve services in the current era," said Muhammad Awaluddin.

AP II currently manages 16 airports, including Soekarno-Hatta International Airport which is the largest and busiest airport in Indonesia. In the near future 3 more airports will be managed by the company, namely Radin Inten II Airport (Lampung), Fatmawati Soekarno (Bengkulu) and H.A.S Hanandjoeddin (Belitung).