KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, which resumed flights
to Denpasar Bali on 6 December 2009 with three flights per week,
has confirmed it will increase the service to four flights per
week as of mid-January 2010.
Bali is a popular destination among
European holidaymakers, and has this year managed to strengthen
its market share of tourists, attracting many away from other destinations within the
region. This was reaffirmed when KLM announced in
October that it would resume direct services to Bali. In less than
two months, more than 17,000 seats were booked.
has operated services to Indonesia for the past 80 years. With the
addition of Denpasar to its network, KLM now serves six
destinations in South-East Asia. Denpasar is KLM’s 61st long-haul
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