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This Airline Has Released New Budget-Friendly Tickets To Bali From Australia

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Batik Air has recently released over 140,000 tickets to Bali. The airline has made thousands of new seats available across their domestic and international routes to I Gusti Ngurah Rai International.

The airline, part of the Lion Air Group, has put new tickets up for sale at the perfect time as the peak holiday season approaches. 

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Bali remains an in-demand travel destination. As popular as ever with families, backpackers, honeymoon couples, and solo explorers, the Island of the Gods is a must-visit travel destination.

As the peak season approaches, which will run from mid-June through to July, airlines, hotels, and tourist attractions are hustling to get their slice of the tourism pie.

This is great news for tourists looking for an epic deal on their Bali vacation. Especially for Australian travelers who have been holding out for a last-minute deal.

Batik Air has released thousands of seat tickets from the countries leading travel hubs of Sydney, Brisbane, and Melbourne. 

Batik Air has announced the release of 145,704 round-trip seats between 23rd Jun 2023 and 10th July 2023. On the Sydney-Bali route, 5,616 new seats have been released for purchase.

On the Melbourne-Bali round-trip route, a further 5,616 seats have been made available. The Melbourne and Sydney Batik Air routes to Bali fly daily both ways.

On the Brisbane to Bali route, Batik Air has made 5,616 seats available and a whopping 8,424 seats available on the Perth to Bali schedule. There are so many choices for travelers planning their dream trip to Bali.

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For those planning a trip to Bali from outside of Australia, Batik Air has plenty more seats on offer too. Between 23rd June and 10th July, there is increased availability between both Bangkok Don Meuang and Singapore, each now offering an additional 5,616 seats. 

Flight availability with Batik Air from Kuala Lumpur to Bali has seen the biggest hike in availability, with an amazing 28,080 more seats available during the peak holiday season.

Flights from other key destinations and travel hubs around Indonesia have also been given a huge boost by Batik Air. 

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A total of 44,928 seats are now available from Jakarta’s Soekarno–Hatta International Airport and a further 16,848 from Jakarta Halim Perdanakusuma. 

For travelers who are keen to explore a little more of what Indonesia has to offer, the news that Batik Air has increased flight availability from Bali to Labuan Bajo, the gateway to Komodo National Park, will be well received.

The Indonesian government is working on establishing ‘five new Bali’s,’ of which Labuan Bajo is one. The spectacular islands are just a 1-hour 10-minute flight from Bali and are proving an evermore popular add-on adventure to a vacation in Bali. 


The increase in flight availability to Bali is great news for travelers from all over the world, especially for those who are on long-haul trips.

More flights are available from transit hubs like Singapore. The quicker layover times will be in Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok, the quicker travelers can have their feet in the sand and cocktail in hand on the Bali beach of their dreams. 


As tourists are planning their imminent vacations to Bali, so too are airport officials bracing for the influx of holidaymakers.

In the last week, changes have been made at I Gusti Ngurah Rai International to improve the efficiency of the arrivals process in light of the increased volume of passengers.

More immigration inspectors will be stationed at the arrivals counters throughout the high season and beyond.

There are now 48 officers working, or on standby, to respond to the ebbs and flows of arrivals at the airport throughout the day. 


It is not only Batik Air that has increased its seat availability in Bali. Last week Bali welcomed the first-ever A380 super jumbo plane to the tarmac.

The largest commercial plane will now operate a daily Dubai-Bali-Dubai service which has also prompted immigration officials to increase staffing on counters at peak times. 

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Monday 12th of June 2023

I flaw with them last year great staff and really enjoyed my flight again and very friendly


Thursday 8th of June 2023

Please fly to Adelaide!!

Wayan Bo

Friday 9th of June 2023

@Johnny, ask ROYAL BALI AIRLINES they do it.

Wayan Bo

Thursday 8th of June 2023

Passengers who wear Batik, should get at least 50% discount on Batik Air flights.


Thursday 8th of June 2023

yeah right, even the ticket is cheap, overseas people won't come, because of too many ridiculous policies by the "super smart" governor.. well done to reduce your businesses earnings

Vicki Griffin

Thursday 8th of June 2023

What about Perth? Why are all flights from the East Coast only?

Wayan Bo

Friday 9th of June 2023

@Vicki Griffin, ROYAL BALI AIR will do it.