An official from the Bali Ngurah Rai Airport has confirmed that three international airlines have proposed to resume their flights to Bali.
The President of Angkasa Pura I for Bali Ngurah Rai Airport, Faik Fahmi, confirmed that Jetstar Airways, KLM Royal Dutch, and Scoot Tiger Air have proposed to resume their regular flights to Bali International Terminal by March 2022.
“We’re so happy to hear that these three international airlines plan to resume their regular flights to Bali. This is a positive sign that we gained more trust from foreign visitors who want to start traveling to the island,” Fahmi said on Saturday (19/2).
KLM Royal Dutch plans to resume the Singapore-Denpasar route and operate four flights in one week. Jetstar Airways intends to resume the Denpasar-Singapore, Denpasar-Sydney, and Denpasar-Melbourne routes by operating three flights in a week. Meanwhile, Scoot Tiger Air plans to resume the Singapore-Denpasar route with three flights per week.
Fahmi stated that Angkasa Pura is committed to supporting the efforts to revive international flight traffic by implementing strict prevention protocols.
“We hope that the number of international flights to Bali gradually increases and that this will positively affect the economy,” Fahmi concluded. Since Garuda and Singapore Airlines resumed their international flights to Bali in early February 2022, Bali Airport has recorded 639 passengers.
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