Batik Air Daily Between Bali-Singapore

Lion Air‘s full-service subsidiary Batik Air commenced a new daily service between Denpasar, Bali, and Singapore on Friday, 07 April 2023.

Quoted by, the Strategic Corporate Communication Manager for Batik Air, Danang Mandala Prihantoro, said: “The launch of the Bali-Singapore route by Batik Air provides a choice to tourist travelers wanting to visit Bali or Singapore.

The schedule of the new Batik Air service:

  • DPS – SIN             ID-7135                 Depart 13:25       Arrive 18:25
  • SIN – DPS             ID-7134                 Depart 16:00       Arrive 18:25

During the peak Idul Fitri travel period from 13 until 30 April 2023, Batik Air is providing 109,200 direct seats to Bali on the following flights

Bali (DPS)-Jakarta (CGK): 33.696 seats

Bali (DPS)-Jakarta Halim Perdanakusuma (HLP): 11.232 seats

Bali (DPS)-Labuan Bajo (LBJ): 11.232 seats

Bali (DPS)-Kuala Lumpur (using Batik Air Malaysia): 16.848 seats

Bali (DPS)-Sydney (SYD): 5.616 seats

Bali (DPS)-Brisbane (BNE) (using Batik Air Malaysia): 5.616 seats

Bali (DPS)-Melbourne (MEL): 5.616 seats

Bali (DPS)-Perth (PER): 5.616 seats

Bali (DPS)-Bangkok Don Mueang (DMK): 5.616 seats

Bali (DPS)-Singapura (SIN): 5.616 seats

Bali (DPS)-Dili, Timor Leste (DIL): 2.496 seats

Batik Air operates the following aircraft:

  • Boeing 737-800NG with 12 business class seats and 150 economy seats
  • Airbus 320-300 with 12 business class seats and 144 economy seats

Batik Air flights are equipped with free onboard entertainment on demand and entertainment that can be accessed from personal handphones and tablet devices supported by Tripper ©.

The inaugural flight BTK 7135, using a Boeing 737-800NG departed to Singapore with 141 passengers.

The return flight departed Singapore at 18:00 local time.

The Bali- Singapore route is now served by 6 airlines providing around 30 flights per day.

Data available for the month of March reveals 922 flights flying between Singapore and Bali.

For Q1 of 2023, Bali immigration recorded 50,731 Singaporean citizens landing on the island of Bali.

As Bali recovers from the COVID-19 Pandemic, Bali is connected to the world with 27 international flights flown by 32 airlines.

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