Creditors are expected to actively participate in the peace proposal from Garuda.
REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, JAKARTA — PT Garuda Indonesia (Persero) Tbk appealed to creditor can optimize the Temporary Debt Payment Delay (PKPU) Period. President director Garuda Indonesia Irfan Setiaputra said, period PKPU Meanwhile, Garuda Indonesia has a deadline of January 5, 2022, at 17.00 WIB.
“We certainly hope that this registration period for creditors can be utilized as well as possible by business partners who have a registered business liability bill to Garuda Indonesia,” Irfan said in a written statement, Tuesday (4/1).
Irfan hopes that creditors can actively participate and exercise their voting rights on the peace proposal submitted by Garuda Indonesia. He ensured that Garuda Indonesia was committed to intensify communication with creditors at each stage of the PKPU process.
He added, the administrative registration process is in the form of billing registered business obligations and the inclusion of supporting documents at this stage Temporary PKPU this will be followed by a pre-verification process. “This will take place from January 6 to January 18, 2022,” said Irfan.
So far, continued Irfan, Garuda Indonesia has received a positive and conducive response from many business partners. Irfan hopes that this can continue in the voting process later which is an essential aspect in the Temporary PKPU stage.
Of course, by maximizing this registration period for creditors, later the Temporary PKPU stage can take place optimally, efficiently, and also fairly for all parties. Irfan ensured that Garuda Indonesia always prioritized the principles of transparency and accountability in every mechanism.
“Registration can be done in person or online, via www.pkpu-garudaindonesia.com or submitted directly to the management team,” explained Irfan.
Irfan ensured that during the PKPU process, it would not interfere with airline operations. He emphasized that all flight services including passenger, cargo and aircraft maintenance services will continue to operate normally.