Bali airport operator has received applications from three international airline companies to resume flights to I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport in Bali in March 2022, the three international airline companies are KLM Royal Dutch, Scoot Tiger Air, and JetStar Airways.
KLM Royal Dutch is set to fly four times a week on the Singapore-Denpasar flight route, using the 408-seater capacity Boeing B-777s. Scoot Tiger Air will recommence operating three flights per week on the Singapore-Denpasar flight route using the Airbus A-320s, with a capacity of 108 seats.
Meanwhile, JetStar Airways will operate three fights a week on Singapore-Denpasar, Sydney-Denpasar, and Melbourne-Denpasar flight routes.
JetStar will use the Airbus A-320, with a capacity of 180 seats, for the Singapore-Denpasar flight route, and Boeing B-788, with a capacity of 335 seats or Airbus A-321/A-320, with a capacity of 323/186 seats for the Sydney-Denpasar and Melbourne-Denpasar flight routes.
On February 3, the arrival of a Garuda Indonesia flight from Narita, Japan, to Denpasar, Bali, marked the reopening of international flights at Bali.