New flights to Bali will be opened in June

From 3/6/2015, a new airline will be opened to Bali island of Indonesia. It is officially announced that this flight will be launched by Emirates Airlines Corporation.

Bali is one of the most famous tourist destinations all over the world. The grandiose mountains as well as splendid beaches has attracted a huge amount of international visitors. In 2014, Bali is one of the cities in Indonesia which have the highest amount of foreign tourists – 3.7 million.

The new airline of Emirates will surely promote the economy as well as tourism development of Bali in global scale.

Emirates is one of the prestigious international airlines corporations. It has a huge amount of destinations all over the world, and the following in Bali will be its 148th destination. This corporation is fairly developed in the Asia Pacific region. Until now, Emirates has already opened 23 destinations scattering in 13 Asian countries.

There will be a regular flight from Bali to Dubai and vice versa. Customers of this flight will enjoy the service of a Boeing 777-300ER plane divided into two customer class services: business class and economy class.

Bali is believed to be one of the potential market of Emirates. The number of travelers who are in need of air transportation is fairly huge and gradually increasing, especially those travelers who travel for vacation purpose.

Thierry Antinori, the current executive vice president of Emirates has shared that the corporation is truly pleased to have a chance to operate a new airline between Bali and Dubai, as well as expanding its operation scope. He also believed that the service of this new airline will probably satisfy the pickiest travelers, even people who have traveled to many tourist destinations all around the world.

Emirates Airlines Corporation has stepped into the airline market of Indonesia since 1992. At that time, the corporation operated three flight per week to Singapore and Colombo. From March 2013, Emirates runs three regular flights each day in the hop between Jakarta and Dubai with a Boeing 777 airplane.