SINGAPORE, Nov. 2 (Khmer Times) – SilkAir is set to offer flight services between Singapore and Denpasar, the capital of Bali, Indonesia. The daily flight operations will begin on December 12, the airline said.
The daily services to and from Singapore and Denpasar operated by SilkAir will be an addition to the four daily flight services of Singapore Airlines, the parent company’s brand. In total, the two airlines will offer five round-trip services per day.
“Bali is a popular year-round travel destination renowned for its multifaceted attractions, from temples to pristine beaches and paddy fields,” said SilkAir’s Chief Executive, Leslie Thng.
“SilkAir is extremely pleased to have the opportunity to connect travellers around the world to this vibrant tourist destination from 12
December,” he said.
According to Singapore Airlines’ Senior Vice President of Marketing Planning, Lee Wen Fen, this synergizing network between the two airlines will boost the connectivity through their combined network of 99 cities in 35 countries.