Popular full service carrier, Singapore Airlines is all set to increase its flights services between Singapore and Bali, Indonesia. Tickets will be offered for the fourth daily service that will commence from 26 July, 2013.
Singapore Airlines to Increase Services to Bali
British travellers and other international flyers looking for tickets on direct flights between the popular destinations of Singapore and Bali’s popular resort island of Denpasar will very soon have added options available to them by Singapore Airlines (SIA), revealed airline’s press release.
The popular full services airline, SIA is all set to offer tickets for additional flights increasing its daily schedule between Singapore and Denpasar (Bali) with effect from 26 July, 2013. With its new service, the airline will offer cheap tickets aboard four daily services instead of the earlier three daily flights on the route.
Eric Eng, Manager of SIA in Bali said, “Bali has become a place for travel and business and there is increased demand for people to come here and to fly to Singapore.”
Presently, SIA offers tickets for 21 weekly flights on the route. In addition, the airline would deploy its B777-200 aircraft on the route and will offer tickets for 323 seats on its flights.
From 26 July 2013, flight SQ940 will depart Singapore at 0700 hours arriving in Denpasar (Bali) at 0935 hours. Return flight SQ949 will depart Bali at 2145 hours arriving in Singapore at 0015 hours, the next day.
Reports hint that the carrier has announced to offer tickets for increased daily frequency on the route in its endeavour to tap the increasing demand of direct flights on the route.
These new flights would provide more options to tickets seekers looking for cheap and convenient travel to and from Indonesia, as well as for travel beyond Singapore to many other destinations.