IndiGo, India’s largest airline, has announced flights to another renowned international tourist destination: Bali, Indonesia. The airline is quick to add routes where there is high demand, as seen by its most recent Bengaluru-Denpasar service.

Bengaluru to Bali flights

IndiGo, an Indian low-cost carrier, has announced that it will start operations from Denpasar in Bali, Indonesia, on March 29, 2024. IndiGo will launch this service in Bengaluru, South India, as part of its bigger worldwide expansion strategy.

Denpasar will be IndiGo’s 33rd international and 119th overall destination, joining the massive 6E network. Bookings for this flight are already available on the airline’s website. Vinay Malhotra, Head of Global Sales at IndiGo, said,

“We are extremely excited to announce Denpasar (the main hub of the Indonesian province of Bali) as the newest international destination to join the 6E network. With a hassle-free visa process, Bali has become a preferred destination for tourists. At IndiGo, we have always been committed to providing our customers with superior connectivity and enhanced accessibility. With the launch of these new flights, we aim to not only strengthen the ties between India and Indonesia but also promote tourism and foster potential business collaborations.”

The airline will operate this service according to the following schedule:

More love to Indonesia!

Indonesia is a famous travel destination among Indians. Nonetheless, not long ago, the two countries had no nonstop services. The only option for Indian passengers was to make a lengthy connection from one of Southeast Asia’s centers, such as Hong Kong or Singapore.

However, things are progressively changing, and IndiGo is a part of that process. As part of its international expansion, the airline began flying between Mumbai and Jakarta, Indonesia’s capital, last year. The route aims to develop bilateral ties, provide direct connectivity, and promote trade and tourism between Indonesia and India.

Then, in December, full-service airline Vistara began daily flights between India’s capital New Delhi and Bali. That was a smart decision because Indian travelers enjoy visiting beach destinations during the cooler winter months, and Bali is frequently at the top of their list.

According to Cirium, IndiGo and Vistara combined have more than 115 return flights between India and Indonesia in February, which will rise after IndiGo’s Bengaluru-Denpasar service begins.


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