THE AIRLINE AirAsia Indonesia is re-operating the Jakarta-Denpasar (Bali) route starting today, Thursday (10/14). Flight QZ 7520 departs from Soekarno-Hatta International Airport (CGK) at 06.50 WIB, then arrives at I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) in Denpasar at 09.45 WITA.

According to the President Director of AirAsia Indonesia, Veranita Yosephine, in her official press release said that along with the return of its scheduled domestic flights, the airline also offers a Value Pack program for prospective passengers. There are various additional service packages, including a total of 20 kilograms of baggage, snack boxes, and free choice of seats with an additional fee of IDR10,000.

“This program is valid for ticket bookings until October 17, 2021 through the AirAsia Super App application, while the flight period is until March 26, 2022. AirAsia Indonesia also provides free 15 kg baggage, as well as antigen tests and PCR tests. For the antigen test, the airline provides tests with prices starting from IDR35,000 for Jakarta and IDR85,000 for Bali,” she said.

Veranita Yosephine explained that while for the PCR test, the prices offered start from IDR390,000 for Jakarta and IDR385,000 for Bali. Prospective passengers can view the test location via this link.

“AirAsia Indonesia appreciates the enthusiasm of all parties. He is also optimistic that the tourism industry in Indonesia will soon recover. The return of AirAsia Indonesia services on these routes will be followed by a gradual increase in flight frequency and the operation of other routes,” she concluded. [photo special]