The Jakarta Post
Flying high: An AirAsia aircraft takes off from I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport. The low-cost carrier will reopen three domestic flights. (JP/Zul Trio Anggono)
Low-cost carrier AirAsia Indonesia is scheduled to resume three of its round-trip domestic flights in August.
The routes are Yogyakarta–Medan in North Sumatra, Surabaya in East Java–Denpasar in Bali and Jakarta–Semarang in Central Java.
Tickets are available to book on the carrier’s website, app and Travel Service Center, with prices starting from Rp 1,179,000 (US$80.50) for the Yogyakarta–Medan route, Rp 321,000 for the Surabaya–Denpasar route and Rp 368,000 for the Jakarta–Semarang route. Prices include a free baggage allowance of up to 15 kg.
AirAsia Indonesia president director Veranita Yosephine Sinaga said the airline had reopened eight domestic routes so far.
AirAsia is also offering rapid COVID-19 testing in 15 locations and drive-through rapid COVID-19 testing with prices starting from Rp 95,500.
“With competitive rates, flexible schedule change, same-day Credit Account process and up to 15 kg of free baggage for domestic passengers, we hope that we can be a one-stop service for [your] business or other important trips during the ‘new normal’ adaptation,” said Veranita in a statement.
AirAsia Indonesia gradually resumed operations on June 19 for certain domestic routes on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. The routes included Jakarta-Bali, Bali-Jakarta, Jakarta-Medan and Medan-Jakarta. (wir/wng)
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