Jetstar has flown more than 1.1 million customers to Bali since the border reopened a year ago, and it is predicted that a 10 percent increase in passengers will occur this year.
/ist/Jetstar has flown 1.1 million passengers to Bali, predicts 10% growth this year.
This figure is said to exceed pre-COVID-19 records, which also boosts the growth of the local tourism industry.
The high demand for tourist destinations, combined with Jetstar’s affordable ticket prices of $99 last year, quickly restored Bali’s status as the most popular international destination.
Jetstar Airways (JQ) operates up to 82 round-trip flights per week between Bali and Australia during the Easter holiday period in Australia, after recently increasing passenger capacity for the Sydney, Melbourne, and Adelaide routes.
Currently, Jetstar Asia (3K) has operated more than 30 services per week to Indonesia, including Jakarta, Bali, and Surabaya.
To mark the one-year anniversary of the return of flight services to Indonesia, local Jetstar cabin crews held a beach clean-up event at Kelan Beach in collaboration with local government authorities to have a positive impact on local communities.
This is not the first time that Jetstar cabin crew has initiated such an event, with previous beach clean-up activities involving many team members who collected and sent trash to the local waste center for recycling.
Jetstar Group CEO Stephanie Tully said that Bali occupies a very special place in the hearts of Jetstar and its customers.
“As our operational activities continue to grow, this beach cleaning program demonstrates our relentless commitment to supporting Bali’s communities, including its lifestyle, culture, and hospitality, which keep our customers coming back year after year,” said Stephanie Tully.