BATIK AIR will fly from Juanda International Airport (Surabaya) in Sidoarjo, East Java, to a number of cities in seven countries. The seven countries are located in Southeast Asia and South Asia, as follows:
Kuala Lumpur – Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Malaysia, Langkawi – Langkawi International Airport, Padang Matsirat, Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia, Penang – Penang International Airport, Penang Island, Malaysia, Kota Kinabalu – Kinabalu International Airport, Malaysia.
Noi Bai International Airport, Hanoi, Vietnam.
Bangkok-Don Mueang International Airport, Thailand, Phuket-Phuket International Airport, Thailand
South Asia Region:
Mumbai-Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport, capital of the Indian state of Maharashtra (BOM). Cochin or Kochi-Kochi International Airport, in the state of Kerala, India, Bangaluru-Kempegowda International Airport, Bangalore, Karnataka, India, Delhi-Indira Gandhi International Airport, India, Hyderabad-Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, Telangana, India.
Lahore-Allama Iqbal International Airport, Punjab, Pakistan, Bangladesh Dhaka-Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport, Bangladesh. Nepal Kathmandu-Tribhuvan Bagmati International Airport, Nepal.
In the flight routes above, Batik Air will operate Boeing 737 aircraft. Passengers on this route will receive 20 kilograms of free baggage for economy class and 30 kilograms for business class.
“For tourists and business people from Malang, Banyuwangi, Sumenep, Bali, Lombok, Bima, Alor, Atambua, Bajawa, Ende, and other cities have wider opportunities to go to Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand, India, Bangladesh, Pakistan and Nepal. through Juanda International Airport and Kuala Lumpur International Airport,” said CEO of Batik Air, Capt. Mushafiz Bin Mustafa Bakri in his official statement.
The opening of these routes is expected to contribute to government programs in each country, in line with the global economic recovery process. As well as further enhancing bilateral relations between countries, and supporting the smooth movement of logistics in the Asian region. [sources/photo special]