International holiday makers who are often to be seen in a look out for tickets on direct flights to travel between the popular Far East destinations of Singapore and Bali in Indonesia are certainly a happy lot. Popular full service airline, Singapore Airlines (SIA) is all set up to offer tickets on its fourth direct flights to its daily schedule between Singapore and Bali.
Singapore’s flag carrier, SIA is all geared up to offer tickets for additional daily flights between Singapore and Bali’s popular resort island of Denpasar with effect from 26 July, 2013. With its new services, the budget carrier is all set to offer tickets aboard four daily services instead of the earlier three daily flights on the route.
Industry insiders believe that the airline has announced to offer tickets on additional flights in order to tap the ever increasing travel demand on the popular route.
At present, SIA offers tickets for 21 weekly flights on the route. Additionally, the airline plans to ply its swanky B777-200 airliner on the route and will offer tickets for 323 seats its flights.
From 26 July 2013, flight SQ940 will depart Singapore at 0700 hours arriving in Denpasar (Bali) at 0935 hours. Return flight SQ949 will depart Bali at 2145 hours arriving in Singapore at 0015 hours, the next day.
The development is sure to catch the fancy of increasingly higher number of travellers who prefer full service carriers over cheap airlines to savour superb in-flight services while travelling between Singapore and Bali.