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Private Jet With 12 Indonesian Citizens From Singapore Lands At Bali International Airport

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An official from the Bali International Airport has confirmed that a private jet arrived with 12 Indonesian passengers from Singapore.

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The Public Relations Officer from Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport, Taufan Yudhistira, confirmed that a private jet from Singapore landed at the international terminal on Sunday (9/1).

“We received an international flight from Singapore, and it was a private jet that was chartered by 12 Indonesian citizens,” Yudhistira said on Tuesday (11/1).

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However, Yudhistira didn’t know the purpose of their arrival in Bali. “We were informed that there would be twelve passengers, but we don’t know the purpose of their visit,” Yudhistira added.

He explained that all the passengers are currently undergoing quarantine at the government-appointed facility for international arrivals.

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Meanwhile, the Head of Tourism Market Development from the Bali Tourism Agency, I Nyoman Gede Gunandika, confirmed that this private jet landed at the international terminal of Bali Airport.

“Yes, a chartered flight landed in Bali but I haven’t received information regarding their quarantine,” Gunandika concluded.

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Randy

Saturday 15th of January 2022

Why is this even making news? So what if private citizens regardless can hire a private jet which is actually cheaper in the long run to travel and safer.

There was an Aussie couple in Bali who used a private jet to send their dog back to Australia.

Maureen Muntz

Thursday 13th of January 2022

Yes not everyone is perfect

Donda

Thursday 13th of January 2022

Now this is the kind of tourists Bali needs, people who splurge on money to get to Bali and spend more in Bali. Because if you have to do a quarantine in Indonesia, what better place to do it than Bali? If only the passangers are not Indonesian, but then a lot of Indonesian when they visit Bali they do splurge, definitely even more than the foreigners who complained about not getting free/cheap visa.

Steven

Thursday 20th of January 2022

@Donda, i agree, if your destination is Bali then you should be able to quarantine in Bali. Much more comfortable than a hotel in Jakarta. The quarantine is putting most people off coming. The restriction to coming via Jakarta is making it even worse. Makes sense to change this rule especially now Bali international airport is open.

Randy

Sunday 16th of January 2022

@Donda, you nailed it. It is a good harmless observation.

masTKI

Wednesday 12th of January 2022

I recall many aussie and other nationalities return to their country with chartered jet. What's wrong to use chartered jet?

Smart. Cost wise, not much difference than first class flight plus very comfortable quarantine resort in Bali at much lower cost. As example, a 300m3 courtyard villa with private pool overlooking ubud valley is cheaper than deluxe room at five star hotel in jakarta.

In fact, this was my plan couple months ago. Unfortunately I was not enough passengers to economically charter a flight to Bali.

masTKI

Monday 17th of January 2022

@Wayan Bo, For long distance, First and biz class wide body commercial flight is far more comfortable than typical small - medium chartered jet. I dont want to use 12 pax capacity private jet from Europe to Melbourne.

Wayan Bo

Friday 14th of January 2022

@masTKI, flight distance from Bali to Australian continent would cost to fly with chartered jet even in very expensive Europe far under € 7k

But even worlds best tennis player Djokovć was flying from Europe to Melbourne with Emirates.

Carl

Wednesday 12th of January 2022

If most of Bali is COVID free why can't west Australians travel there as we have had the least amount of COVID in the world. It would definitely help the locals in Bali plus us to get away to a place we feel safe. Even if it was only for people over forty so you don't get brogans going there and spoiling things for everyone. Open Bali Soon.

Randy

Saturday 15th of January 2022

@Carl, been asking myself that for the last 8 months.

Wayan Bo

Friday 14th of January 2022

@Carl, it’s for Your own protection only, not to end up in jail, not to become victim of criminal activities, not to be forced to change religion if You want to marry Indonesians, and not to get sick. It’s seems to be a part of new international human rights agreements.

Trisno

Thursday 13th of January 2022

@Carl, is Australian Government having been confirmed on reciprocal Travel Bubble agreement with Indonesia? Indonesia Government has announced to welcome people from 19 countries and adding more however till today none of those countries been proving on a reciprocal Travel Bubble and/or Corridor agreement with Indonesia. They didn't yet open their border with Bali that's the problem Sorry this is just from my point of view and opinion