Sunday, April 21, 2013

Cheap flights to Bali from Darwin by AirAsia

Malaysian low-cost carrier AirAsia will begin budget flights to Bali from Darwin on 1 July 2013. The flights between Indonesia's favorite tourist destination Bali and Australia's favorite holiday playground Darwin will be four times a week. These flights are actually relaunch. AirAsia flights to Darwin from Bali were cancelled in 2012 after 14 months of their launch. Back then it was started as four times a week route and reduced to one time a week before it was cancelled.

From April 22 to 28, AirAsia is offering special promotional fares on the route to celebrate the relaunch. One way flights to Bali are on offer from A$129 one way and from Bali back to Darwin is priced from A$99.

Bali is a popular holiday destination for Australians, especially for Territorians thanks to its easy access from Darwin. Two hours and 35 minutes AirAsia flights from Darwin to Bali will depart on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 19:30 and will arrive at 20:40. Return flights from Bali to Darwin will depart at 14:50 local time and will arrive to Darwin at 18:55. The Bali - Darwin route will be served by Airbus A320 aircraft.

According to Bernard Francis, AirAsia Indonesia Director of Commercial, "the airline had regrettably cancelled the route last year to concentrate on its high-demand and high-yield routes to help maintain operational efficiencies. However, AirAsia Indonesia had grown considerably and achieved record profits which had allowed it to resume the Darwin to Bali service.

“We acknowledge the inconvenience caused by our withdrawal from this market a year ago,” Mr Francis said. “However, we have worked hard to resume the service and we are committed to working with our industry partners to make it a success. Arrival and departure times on the previous service were often inconvenient and a frequent complaint from guests. We have now improved our schedule and made getting to and from Bali even easier.”

Cheap flights to Bali from Darwin by AirAsia
AirAsia will offer flights from Darwin to Bali.
AirAsia Indonesia is also serving a highly successful route from Perth to Bali and it will increase the frequency of the route from 3 times a week to 4 times a week. The airline is also introducing a 3 times weekly service from Bali ti Malaysia's Kota Kinabalu which will provide greater connectivity to and from Australia.


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