Regular flights on the route from Singapore to Denpasar, Bali, are planned to start again on May 4, 2021. This flight will be carried out by Singapore Airlines using a Boeing 737-800 Eg aircraft with a capacity of 150 passengers.
“If nothing gets in the way and there are no significant obstacles, May 4 will re-operate the Singapore-Denpasar flight route,” said Head of the Air Transport Section of the Airport Authority Region IV, Puguh Lukito. He said the flight was scheduled twice a week.
So far, the only foreign airlines planning to fly to Bali are Singapore Airlines.
According to him, this flight is for those who hold Kitas, Kitap, diplomatic families, ambassadors, and the like. As well as business people to Bali and medical evacuations.
“For a tour, I think (not) because Permenkumham (Number 26 of 2020 concerning visas and residence permits in the adaptation period for new habits) has not been revoked,” he said.
Head of the Bali Tourism Office, Putu Astawa, said the flight was not for tourists. However, for business travelers.
“Not tourists. Those are passengers for business purposes,” he explained.