Bali is moving ahead with restoring tourism as three more airlines reportedly plan to offer direct flights next month.   Tourism and Creative Economy Minister Sandiaga Uno said on Monday that Netherlands-based KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Singapore-based low-cost carrier Scoot Tigerair and Australia’s Jet Star airways will each serve between three and four flights a week to Denpasar, Bali.

Singapore Airlines became the first foreign airline to restart direct flights to Bali as it reopened its route to the island on Feb. 3. Up until Feb. 18, 639 passengers had arrived on flights to Bali so far this month, with Singapore Airlines contributing 462 of the total.



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