The management of Bali's Ngurah Rai International Airport has introduced a trial separation of the sexes in the x-ray process for all luggage and personal inspection.
The “girls-left” and “boys-right” process was introduced on January 28, 2014 for passengers departing Bali on both domestic and international flights.
Angkasa Pura officials say the new measure is intended to reduce crowding and bottlenecks during the inspection process.
Meanwhile, some passenger are complaining that the new procedure is confusing, separates family and creates confusion on the location of specific pieces of luggage.
Airport officials say the new policy is subject to review over time.
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