IndiGo’s first direct flight to Bali lands at Denpasar Airport

Bali 2nd destination in Indonesia on IndiGo’s network
2024-03-29
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IndiGo’s first direct flight to Bali lands at Denpasar Airport
IndiGo’s first direct flight to Bali lands at Denpasar Airport

Denpasar is the 33rd international and 119th overall destination to join the extensive 6E network

With the arrival of its inaugural flight on Friday at Denpasar Airport in Bali, IndiGo has commenced daily direct flights between Bengaluru and the famed Indonesian island of Bali.
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India’s largest airline IndiGo has expanded its network in Indonesia with the addition of Bali from Friday as the inaugural flight landed on Friday morning. Bali is the second destination serviced by IndiGo in Indonesia, in addition to the existing operations to Jakarta.

In a press statement, IndiGo says that this new connection will enhance accessibility for tourists from India to Bali.

Vinay Malhotra

Vinay Malhotra

“We are pleased to announce commencement of direct flights between Bengaluru and Bali, one of the extremely popular destinations amongst tourists. Bali is the second destination in Indonesia to join our 6E network, after Jakarta, and offers an enhanced range of travel options,” says Vinay Malhotra, Head of Global Sales, IndiGo.

Enlisting its schedule, the airline says that flight 6E 1605 from Bengaluru to Denpasar will depart daily at 00:50 to land at 10:20 the same day. On the return leg, flight 6E 1606 will take off from Denpasar at 11:20 daily to arrive in Bengaluru at 15:15 the same day.

Denpasar is the 33rd international and 119th overall destination to join the extensive 6E network. It is the capital city of Bali and serves as the main gateway to Indonesia’s most famous island, the statement adds.

“This new connection will play a key role in strengthening ties between India and Indonesia, while promoting tourism and fostering potential business collaborations. IndiGo remains committed to delivering on its promise of affordable, on-time, courteous, and hassle-free travel experience across an unparalleled network,” Malhotra adds.

Denpasar offers several sites of historical and cultural significance with a wide range of lively markets, stunning temples and museums for visitors to explore. It is also home to some of Bali’s best restaurants, serving delicious local dishes and international cuisines.

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