TEMPO.CO, jakarta – water tie dye officially opened international air routes from North Sumatra to Kuala Lumpur round trip (PP). Flights are available via Kualanamu International Airport to Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
“The first flight was inaugurated on Monday, July 25, 2022,” said Batik Air Danang Mandala Prihantoro’s Corporate Communications Strategic on Tuesday, July 26 in Jakarta.
Danang said the airline, which belongs to Lion Air Group, operates Boeing 737-800NG aircraft. The fleet has 12 seats in business class and 156 in economy class.
“This fleet is a modern and new generation sent by aircraft manufacturers,” he said.
The management of this private airline hopes that flights Kualanamu-Kuala Lumpur PP is launching a new option to fly to Kuala Lumpur from Indonesia after serving Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Tangarang Banten (CGK). In addition, this flight facilitates the mobilization of guests, both travelers and businessmen, from Indonesia to Malaysia or vice versa.
The new flight route, Danang said, also helps regions develop connectivity, from tourism to business to logistics segments. “This optimism will strengthen the competitiveness of global trade, business and tourism potentials, which are faster and more accurate,” he said.
Then, Danang said, the Kualanamu-Kuala Lumpur air route is expected to help accelerate regional economic recovery in the region as one of the drivers. South East Asia. It is claimed that the existence of these flights helps shift the trade sector between countries.
JONIANSYAH HARDJONO (Tangerang)
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