LION AIR airline serves return flights on the Bali-Yogyakarta round-trip route. The route connects Denpasar I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport in Badung, Bali (DPS), with Yogyakarta Kulon Progo International Airport (YIA).

According to Lion Air’s Corporate Communications Strategic, Danang Mandala Prihantoro, all Lion Air passengers on this route are given free baggage allowance of a maximum of 20 kilograms. These scheduled passenger flights are served once a day each.

“The Lion Air flight schedule for the Bali-Yogyakarta (PP) route is as follows: (1). The plane with flight code JT-569 departs from Bali at 12.30 WITA, then arrives in Yogyakarta at 12.45 WIT, (2). The plane with flight code JT-560 flew from Yogyakarta at 13.30 WIB. Then landed in Bali at 15:45 WITA. (3). Ticket prices start at IDR490,200 for the Bali-Yogyakarta route and IDR495,200 for the Yogyakarta-Bali route,” he said.

He explained, Lion Air is optimistic that if the trend of market demand in the two destinations increases, then the flight frequency service will be adjusted.

“During the flight, passengers can use free facilities that are connected to wireless inflight entertainment (W-IFE), and can be accessed via their respective smartphones. They can access various films, games, magazines and much more,” he said.

For this period, continued Danang, passengers can watch movies for free from various genres such as Indonesian, Hollywood, and Korean. In an effort to simplify travel requirements, especially in terms of health documents, Lion Air has collaborated with health facilities.

Each prospective passenger can do a rapid antigen test with prices starting from IDR35,000 for departures from Bali and Yogyakarta. Meanwhile, for the PCR test, the price starts from IDR195,000 for departures from Bali and IDR225,000 for departures from Yogyakarta. [sources/photo special]