The official Indonesian travel agency, Fox News Indonesia, is reporting that Indonesia is set to announce the opening of new air travel hubs in Jakarta, Bogor, Surabaya, and Sulawesi.
The official travel agency’s website says the new airports are set to open for service on December 7 and December 14.
The airline said in a statement that the new hubs are set up to serve Indonesia’s growing international passengers who will be able to travel in a number of cities.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo is expected to open the hubs as soon as possible.
Indonesian airlines already operate a number, including the Lido Air, Javanair, and Sintra Air.
Jokowi announced in June that he would launch a new airline, Jetstar Indonesia, which will be Indonesia’s first privately owned airline.
Fox News is not able to independently verify the validity of the report.
Indonesia has a number new airports, including Kota Bharu, Kota Perak, Surigao and Sumbu.
Indonesian airline FoxNews Indonesia has more details on the new airport, including a map showing all the new arrivals, departures and arrivals.
FoxNews.com will update this article when more information becomes available.