EMIRATES has finally brought back daily flights to Bali as before the COVID-19 pandemic after previously piloting operations on a schedule five times a week.
This daily flight means ensuring that flight services will run non-stop and making it easier for people in Dubai to go to Bali as one of the most favorite global tourist destinations.
In an Emirates press release on Saturday (6/25), since access to Bali was opened for tourism purposes, Emirates has experienced a surge in travel demand, especially for the summer period.
In data compiled by Emirates between May and June 2022, there have been 73 flights between Dubai and Bali, carrying more than 29,000 passengers in less than two months.
The highest demand for Emirates flights to Bali is from Europe, including Paris, Frankfurt, London, Manchester, Warsaw, Zurich and Barcelona.
Emirates flight EK398 departs from Dubai at 09.10 local time and lands in Bali at 21.29 WITA. The return flight EK399 departs from Bali at 00.05 WITA and arrives in Dubai at 05.00 local time.
Emirates’ daily services to Bali cater to growing demand and offer greater flexibility and connectivity for international travelers to Bali, and from Bali to Emirates’ global network of over 130 cities.
A comprehensive range of measures has been put in place by Emirates ensuring the highest standards of safety for its passengers at every step of the journey.
Customers traveling from Dubai can also take advantage of the contactless biometric line at Dubai International Airport for faster travel at the airport by reducing direct human contact.
Daily flight tickets to and from Bali can now be ordered on emirates.com, the Emirates app, the Emirates sales office, or through travel agents or online travel agents. [sources/photo special]