Bali Airport Officials recently revealed that commencing in April, Japan Airline (JAL) will increase its four flights each week to Indonesia to a daily service.
The current services by JAL transits Jakarta on their way to Bali. The 3 additional flights, however, will fly directly to Bali without the intermediate stop in the nation's capital.
The informative Indonesia Digest, email@example.com, reports that Garuda Indonesia is also considering changing its current routings on ex-Tokyo flights to become direct Bali services, skipping the current intermediate stop in Jakarta.
Bali's Ngurah Rai International Airport serves some 125 international flights each week.
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