Exciting news from the world of tourism is back. This time still from Bali. After the success of the G20 Summit, the Island of the Gods is now bringing new news. Yes, this is about the direct Garuda Bali-South Korean flight. Citing page detik. travel (17/11/2022), flights by the Garuda Indonesia airline to Gingseng Country from Denpasar, Bali will return starting December 4, 2022.
Operate Twice a Week
The direct Garuda Bali-South Korea (PP) flight will operate twice a week, namely on Sunday and Monday. The flight will use the A330-300 fleet with a capacity of 251 passengers. The aircraft has a configuration of 36 business seats and 215 economy seats.
Meanwhile, for the flight schedule from Seoul to Denpasar, departure from Incheon International Airport by flight GA-871 at 11.35 LT. The plane will arrive at I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport at 17.50 WITA. On the other hand, flights from Denpasar, Bali to Seoul, South Korea use the GA-870 flight at 01.25 WITA and will arrive in Incheon at 09.15 LT.
Steps for National Economic Recovery
The direct Garuda flight service from Denpasar to South Korea is part of Garuda Indonesia's commitment to support national economic recovery through tourism. Especially considering Bali's position as a strategic tourist area. "We realize this commitment through providing air accessibility to connect foreign tourists to various leading national destinations, especially Bali as a strategic tourism hub," said Garuda Indonesia Main Director, Irfan Setiaputra on Tuesday (15/11/2022) then .
With the direct Garuda Bali-South Korean flight service, it is hoped that there will be an increase in tourists visiting Indonesia. "This Seoul-Denpasar flight service is expected to encourage more foreign tourists to visit Indonesia and enjoy the beauty of nature and culture of the archipelago on the Island of the Gods," he added.
Present 'Seamless Journey'
In addition, the re-operation of the direct Garuda Bali-South Korean flight route is part of the airline's efforts to present a 'Seamless Journey'. Thus, users have a more varied choice of flight service connectivity from Bali as a tourist hub in central Indonesia to various other destinations in the region. Call it like, Lombok, Labuan Bajo, Makassar, and others. As is known, these various destinations offer natural landscapes ranging from beaches to mountains as well as unique cultural diversity.
Furthermore, Irfan hopes that the procurement of alternative flight routes will be able to contribute to economic recovery. "We really hope that the availability of more diverse connectivity alternatives for foreign tourists can also make a positive contribution to economic recovery in various Garuda Indonesia destinations," he concluded. With the direct Garuda Bali-South Korean flight route, it will also make it easier Travela buddy who want to take a vacation to Bali directly to Korea, without the need to go back and forth to their hometown first. (y)