Batik Air Launches Flights Connecting Indonesia and the Maldives, Making Travel More Convenient and Enjoyable

- 03 May 2023 20:04 WIB
Illustration. Batik Airlines on the runway.
Illustration. Batik Airlines on the runway.

JAKARTADAILY.ID – Indonesia's Batik Air has announced interconnecting flights to the Maldives, allowing easier access to the island nation for tourists and business people.

The flights will operate from three regions in Indonesia: western, central, and eastern. Starting from May 12, 2023, the flights will transit in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and Colombo, Sri Lanka.

Starting from June 23, 2023, there will be only one transit in Kuala Lumpur, and all flights from Kuala Lumpur will be operated by Batik Air Malaysia.

Communications Strategic of Batik Air, Danang Mandala Prihantoro, said the flights would make it easier for Indonesians to access the Maldives without needing to look for complicated flight routes or waste time transiting in remote places.

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The schedule flexibility will also benefit travelers, allowing them to choose more transit times and better plan their trips.

In addition to providing convenience to travelers, these flights can improve relations between Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Maldives and open up opportunities for collaboration in various fields such as tourism and business.

Tourists can also enjoy the beauty of Kuala Lumpur and explore interesting places before continuing their journey to the Maldives.

"We are delighted to offer this new service, which is a convenient travel option with a different experience concept from Indonesia to Velana International Airport in the Maldives," said Danang.

Batik Air will operate Boeing 737 aircraft for these flights.

The flights have been eagerly awaited by Indonesian tourists and business people who have been dreaming of visiting the Maldives. This new flight option from Batik Air will make that dream come true.

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Editor: Suksmajati Kumara


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