STARTING January 2021, AirAsia re-operate two flight routes, namely Bali-Labuan Bajo and Jakarta-Semarang.
According to the President Director of AirAsia Indonesia, Veranita Yosephine Sinaga, in her official broadcast, said that the re-operation of several routes that had previously hibernated was the answer to the request of the public who wanted our service to return to support air travel needs for both family and business visits.
“The Bali-Labuan Bajo flight schedule and vice versa is available three times a week, every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, while the Jakarta – Semarang route and vice versa operates every day, one flight per day,” she said.
Veranita explained that planes from Jakarta always depart at 10.55 and arrive at 12.05, while planes from Semarang depart at 12.30 and arrive in Jakarta at 13:35.
She said customers also made connecting flights (fly-thru) to other cities such as from Semarang to Padang and Medan via Jakarta, or to Labuan Bajo from Surabaya and Jakarta via Bali.
“Ticket reservations can be made up to four hours prior to scheduled departure via the official website, application, or travel agent. AirAsia also collaborates with a number of health facility providers to offer rapid antibody, swab/antigen swab and PCR-based swab services for passengers,” Veranita noted.
She added, through collaboration with Soewarna, Dokterlink, BRIMedika, Sheila Hospital and OMSA, passengers can do antigen swabs in the drive-thru area of Soewarna Business Park (near Shell gas stations), Soekarno Hatta International Airport area for IDR95,000.
In addition, antigen swabs can also be done at other locations starting from IDR150,000, antibody rapid tests at IDR95,500, and PCR-based swab tests starting from IDR700,000 in various locations including (Jakarta, Bogor, Depok, Tangerang, Bekasi (Jabodetabek), Bali, Medan, Surabaya, Makassar, Lombok. , Yogyakarta, Bengkulu, Ciamis, Palembang, Solo and Pontianak. [photo special]