KLM Royal Dutch Airline will increase its flights between Singapore and Bali starting on 26 March 2012. It will offer two additional flights, boosting its total frequency from five-weekly to daily.
Singapore-Bali services will operate using Boeing B777-300 and B777-200 aircraft which were configured with 35 business-class seats, and 390 or 283 economy-class seats, respectively.
Air France-KLM’s General Manager for Singapore, Indonesia, Australia & New Zealand, Paul Rombeek said: “We recognize the growing popularity of Bali as a travel destination and aim to offer passengers the best travel options with our new flights”.
“The introduction of daily flights to Bali will offer customers greater convenience and flexibility in planning their travel schedule when they fly with KLM,” he added.