KLM to up Singapore-Bali to daily route

Dutch airline “recognises growing popularity of Bali as a destination”

KLM has announced that it will increase the number of flights on its route between Singapore and Bali from March 26. It will add two more weekly flights to the route, which it operates using a Boeing 777, taking the frequency to daily.
Paul Rombeek, Air France-KLM’s general manager for Singapore, Indonesia, Australia & New Zealand: “We recognise the growing popularity of Bali as a travel destination and aim to offer passengers the best travel options with our new flights. The introduction of daily flights to Bali will offer customers greater convenience and flexibility in planning their travel schedule when they fly with KLM.”


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